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Blowing snow, icy conditions continue to make travel hazardous

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The Nebraska Department of Roads reports many roadways are still impassable Wednesday morning. Some of those are completely covered with snow. According to NDOR, roads crews continue to work on highways southwest and south central Nebraska. Travel remains difficult and is strongly discouraged due to zero visibility and drifting snow. Specifically, Interstate 80 is closed in the […]

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Blowing snow, icy conditions continue to make travel hazardous

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The Nebraska Department of Roads reports many roadways are still impassable Wednesday morning. Some of those are completely covered with snow. According to NDOR, roads crews continue to work on highways southwest and south central Nebraska. Travel remains difficult and is strongly discouraged due to zero visibility and drifting snow. Specifically, Interstate 80 is closed in the […]

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Blowing snow, icy conditions continue to make travel hazardous

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The Nebraska Department of Roads reports many roadways are still impassable Wednesday morning. Some of those are completely covered with snow. According to NDOR, roads crews continue to work on highways southwest and south central Nebraska. Travel remains difficult and is strongly discouraged due to zero visibility and drifting snow. Specifically, Interstate 80 is closed in the […]

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Blowing snow, icy conditions continue to make travel hazardous

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The Nebraska Department of Roads reports many roadways are still impassable Wednesday morning. Some of those are completely covered with snow. According to NDOR, roads crews continue to work on highways southwest and south central Nebraska. Travel remains difficult and is strongly discouraged due to zero visibility and drifting snow. Specifically, Interstate 80 is closed in the […]

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Blowing snow, icy conditions continue to make travel hazardous

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The Nebraska Department of Roads reports many roadways are still impassable Wednesday morning. Some of those are completely covered with snow. According to NDOR, roads crews continue to work on highways southwest and south central Nebraska. Travel remains difficult and is strongly discouraged due to zero visibility and drifting snow. Specifically, Interstate 80 is closed in the […]

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Blowing snow, icy conditions continue to make travel hazardous

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The Nebraska Department of Roads reports many roadways are still impassable Wednesday morning. Some of those are completely covered with snow. According to NDOR, roads crews continue to work on highways southwest and south central Nebraska. Travel remains difficult and is strongly discouraged due to zero visibility and drifting snow. Specifically, Interstate 80 is closed in the […]

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Fab Four’s original animator brings art show to Siouxland

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The man who was the animator for the Beatles and some of the best-known cartoon characters of decades past is in Siouxland this week showing off his work. Australian-born Ron Campbell animated the Beatles cartoon TV series as well as much of the work on the Fab Four’s “Yellow Submarine” movie. Campbell says he didn’t […]

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Farm Bureau wants school reliance on property taxes reduced

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Nebraska Farm Bureau officials want state lawmakers to work toward reducing school funding’s reliance on the property tax. Farm Bureau senior economist Jay Rempe says the only way to truly reduce property taxes in Nebraska is to reduce how much school district budgets rely on property taxes. The Farm Bureau proposes capping the amount of […]

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Worries about Offutt AFB future spark work on federal and state level (AUDIO)

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Efforts are being made both on the federal and state level to insure Offutt Air Force Base remains at its current force strength. Offutt Air Force Base employs 10,000 military and civilian personnel with an estimated economic impact on Nebraska exceeding one billion dollars annually. And it serves as a source of pride for our […]

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Old Market fire determined to be accidental

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Omaha Fire Department investigators determined the cause of the explosion at 11th and Howard Streets in the Old Market on January 9th. Battalion Chief Doug Krysl says there was work underway in front of the M’s Pub building where independent contractors were installing a fiber optic cable. Battalion Chief Krysl says, “The morning of the […]

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Nebraska State Patrol will speed up work in a new crime lab

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A new crime lab should help the Nebraska State Patrol process evidence faster. Superintendent Bradley Rice says they hope to reduce turnaround time with the new equipment and procedures. “In some cases, about a four week turnaround, which would be excellent,” Rice says. “Think about how much work that the staff here is going to […]

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Gov. Ricketts tells lawmakers challenges pose opportunity in State of State address (AUDIO)

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Gov. Pete Ricketts told legislators the state of the state is strong, but in his annual address the governor said more needs to be done to grow Nebraska. “We are in a strong position, but we also have our challenges,” according to Ricketts, “But these challenges pose an opportunity for us to work together to […]

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Nebraska Congressman complains about light Congressional schedule (AUDIO)

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A Nebraska Congressman says Congress has much work to do and needs more time to do it. Congressman Brad Ashford, a Democrat, says the current schedule with eight weeks of vacation and only 111 working days isn’t enough to tackle the big issues before Congress. “We need to address taxes. We need to have an […]

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Gov. Ricketts is eager to get started on second legislative session (AUDIO)

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Gov. Pete Ricketts says he knows the players better and is more prepared for his second legislative session, which begins today. Ricketts understands his efforts to ease the property tax burden on Nebraskans are tempered by a projected $110 million shortfall in the state budget. “We’re going to have to really work within the confines […]

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