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Source: Royals set ring ceremony for April 5

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The Royals will hold their ring ceremony on April 5, the second game of the season, at Kauffman Stadium, a source confirmed. The Royals are expected to make an announcement within a couple of days.

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Dates set for sale of Spring Game tickets

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Nebraska football fans can purchase tickets for the Red-White Spring Game beginning next week. Season ticket holders will have the first opportunity to purchase spring game tickets at 8:00a.m. on Tuesday, February 2 and tickets to the general public will go on Sale Wednesday, February 3 at 8:00a.m. The spring game will be played on […]

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Royals taking win-now approach in offseason

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If there was any doubt about Royals ownership's commitment to getting back to the World Series for a third straight season, look no further than the recent signings of left fielder Alex Gordon, right-hander Ian Kennedy and center fielder Lorenzo Cain.

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Skin cancer survivor tells teens to skip pre-prom tanning

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Prom season is approaching and many Nebraska high school students are hitting tanning beds, hoping for a golden-brown hue. Krista Barnell, a 37-year-old skin cancer survivor, is sharing her story with high schoolers, starting with her diagnosis in 2009. “My dermatologist noticed a mole on my back that looked a little funny,” Barnell says. “She […]

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Long range shooting from Zierden propels Creighton to win over DePaul

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Isaiah Zierden had a career-high 31 points, including eight three-pointers, to lead Creighton to a 91-80 win at DePaul on Sunday afternoon. Creighton improves to 13-6 on the season and is 4-2 in the BIG EAST, including three road wins. DePaul falls to 6-12 overall and is winless in six BIG EAST games. DePaul stormed […]

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Creighton women smash Providence

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Lauren Works, Tessa Leytem and Myah Mellman all delivered career-highs to lift the Creighton women’s basketball team to a 72-48 win over Providence on Sunday, Jan. 17. Creighton posted its fourth consecutive victory to move to 10-9 on the season and 4-3 in the BIG EAST Conference. Providence, meanwhile, fell to 4-13 overall and 0-7 […]

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Valentine leaving for NFL

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Nebraska defensive tackle Vincent Valentine announced he is leaving the Huskers to make himself available for the NFL draft. As a junior this past season the Edwardsville, Illinois, native registered 10 tackles, including three sacks. He made his announcement via Twitter: Valentine was an Honorable Mention Big Ten All-Freshman team selection following the 2013 season […]

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Army Corps begins releasing more water into Missouri River

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is boosting releases from Gavins Point Dam and other mainstream Missouri River dams to prepare its reservoirs for the upcoming runoff season. Jody Farhat, chief of the Corps’ Missouri River Water Management Division, says Gavins Point releases will be stepped up this month from 17,000 to 24,000 cubic feet […]

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Nebraska Caps 2015 Season With Bowl Win Over UCLA

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In a season that featured many games that Nebraska couldn’t finish, the Nebraska offense and defense both did their part in a come-from-behind win over UCLA in the Foster Farms Bowl. Nebraska fell behind 21-7 midway through the second quarter, but rebounded with 30 straight points and held on to win 37-29. “I could feel […]

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Championship season full of magical moments

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So, how in the world does anyone reduce the Royals' World Series championship season down to the five greatest moments? By being extremely selective, so don't get angry over all the great moments not included here.

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Huskers tangle with UCLA in Foster Farms Bowl

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Nebraska looks to end a down season on a positive note Saturday night against UCLA in the Foster Farms Bowl. Husker coach Mike Riley says the off-season begins now and the game against UCLA gives them a chance to improve in two key areas that plagued them in a 5-7 regular season that failed to […]

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