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Opening Day nod another sign of Ventura’s rise

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Yordano Ventura, 23, will take another step toward building comparisons to Pedro Martinez on Monday when he pitches his first Opening Day, an honor Martinez was awarded seven consecutive years with the Red Sox.

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One driver dead, another injured in Lincoln car crash

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One driver died, another suffered injuries in a car wreck Monday afternoon in Lincoln. The Lincoln Police Department is withholding the name of the man who died in the wreck until his family can be notified. According to Lincoln police, a car westbound on Old Cheney collided with another vehicle in the intersection of Old […]

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Victim’s name released in fatal fire near Kearney

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Authorities have identified the man who died Monday in a fire northeast of Kearney. Sixty-five-year old Eldon Schinkel was identified as the victim Tuesday by the Buffalo County Sheriff’s Office. Investigators believe Schinkel died while burning trash without a permit. Police and firefighters were called to the scene shortly after 2 p.m. Monday at a […]

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Moose’s slam powers Royals’ seven-run frame

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Mike Moustakas' grand slam capped a seven-run first inning, while Alex Gordon also went deep for the first time this spring for the Royals in an 11-7 win over the Rangers on Monday.

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Unrepentant Chambers lashes out at critics in the Unicameral (AUDIO)

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State Sen. Ernie Chambers of Omaha not only refused Monday to apologize for anti-police remarks he made during a committee meeting, he turned on his critics in the Unicameral. Sen. Beau McCoy of Omaha took to the legislative floor for a third day Monday, commenting on Chambers’ controversial remarks. [see previous story] “I think it’s […]

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Yost says Gordon still getting his timing down

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Royals manager Ned Yost said he is not concerned with left fielder Alex Gordon's slow start this spring in Cactus League games. Gordon was hitting just .125 with no extra-base hits entering Monday's action.

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Senator claims some backed out of support for motorcycle helmet law repeal (AUDIO)

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A state senator who pushed to repeal the mandatory motorcycle helmet law claims some senators failed to fulfill their promise to end a filibuster against it. Debate dragged on for days as the legislature considered LB31, which would repeal the requirement that adult motorcyclists wear helmets in Nebraska. During legislative debate Monday afternoon, Sen. David […]

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Royals favor extra bench player over reliever

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Royals manager Ned Yost hinted Monday morning that he's now likely leaning toward carrying a seven-man bullpen. The organization has pondered the notion of an eight-man bullpen for much of the spring.

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Royals favor extra bench player over reliever

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Royals manager Ned Yost hinted Monday morning that he's now likely leaning toward carrying a seven-man bullpen. The organization has pondered the notion of an eight-man bullpen for much of the spring.

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Kendrys fuels Royals’ offense in win over Tribe

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Kendrys Morales collected a pair of hits, while Royals farmhand Matt Fields clobbered his second home run of the spring in a 6-5 win over the Indians on Monday afternoon at Surprise Stadium.

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