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Undetermined change in legislative term limits advances

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A proposal for the people to vote once again on legislative term limits advances in the Unicameral, though the change is up in the air. The sponsor of the constitutional amendment says he will settle on a plan during the next round of debate. Sen. Paul Schumacher of Columbus says the Unicameral first needed to […]

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Debate on how Nebraska casts its votes for president returns

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A bill to return Nebraska to a winner-take-all presidential elector state has returned to the Unicameral with its fate uncertain. Senator Laura Ebke of Crete told colleagues Monday morning she has received dozens of emails on the issue, with most opposed to change. “The reality, I think, is that most people in the state really […]

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Protecting vehicle technology from hackers

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A U-S Senate report shows that auto makers are not protecting wireless technology from hackers and they could potentially take control of your vehicle’s brakes, control the speed, and change the speedometer to controlling the lights. Omaha computer expert Thor Schrock is the owner of Schrock Innovations and says this report should not overly concern […]

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Platte Institute: prison policy must change to reduce recidivisim

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The Platte Institute for Economic Research released the results of their “Securing Nebraska: Correctional Policy Improvements in the Cornhusker State” report that includes recommendations for corrections reform. According to the Platte Institute, corrections policies which incarcerate but don’t reduce recidivism fail taxpayers and public safety Communications and Outreach Director Adam Weinberg says they looked at […]

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Drastically different lineup delivers for Royals

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Ned Yost adapted to National League rules with a drastic lineup change, and after his Royals pulled out the 3-2 win that gave them a 2-1 advantage in this Fall Classic, only one word could accurately depict him: Genius.

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Five ways Game 3 postponement impacts ALCS

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The postponement of Game 3 of the American League Championship Series between the Royals and Orioles immediately led to several questions about the potential impact due to the schedule change.

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No changes to Royals’ lineup for Game 3

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Royals manager Ned Yost didn't change his lineup for Game 3 of the American League Division Series tonight at 6:30 p.m. CT against the Angels (watch on TBS). Kansas City leads the ALDS, 2-0.

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Yost looking for starters to give bullpen relief

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For the moment, Royals manager Ned Yost is operating with 11 pitchers instead of the preferred 12. And that could change at any moment. As long as Yost's starting pitchers give him a good six or seven innings, he should be OK.

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Winter Weather Tips

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The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) is encouraging all Kansans to be safe when temperatures drop and offers Safety Tips to help prepare for hazardous conditions. Many of us have been surprised at the inconsistent weather pattern over the last few months. If you are prepared for the hazards of winter, you will be more likely to stay safe ...

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Hospital Board Notes

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  The update on the clinic project and the change orders were items for the Norton County Hospital Board of Trustees Wednesday night.  Randy Lenicke from the Murray Company and maintenance supervisor Ty Bruton took the board on a walk through of the clinic project.  They are about 80 PERCENT complete with a completion day of mid april.  They will ...

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