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14 hrs ago | KETV-TV
SHOCKED.. ANGRY. THAT'S HOW STATE SENATORS FEEL, ABOUT THE EARLY RELEASE OF HUNDREDS OF NEBRASKA INMATES.
Yesterday | KHGI
The Secretary of State's office says enough signatures have been collected to add another name in the race for U.S. Senate.
Yesterday | The News Tribune
The list of 10 players - five each from the East and West divisions - was announced Monday before the conference's football media day in Chicago.
At least three horses were cut in separate incidents before the July 4 weekend. None were killed, but some were cut deeply a belly was gashed open; a neck was cut deep into the muscle.
The legal marijuana market in Colorado has created a bonanza for "green entrepreneurs" and tax collectors in the state.
The Department of Corrections said recalculated prison sentences for 567 Nebraska inmates are going to cost the state $4 million dollars during the next 10 years.
Postcards stamped on the fronts and backs with the words, Unclaimed Property Notification, are not being sent by the Nebraska State Treasurer's Unclaimed Property Division, State Treasurer Don Stenberg said today.
The Nebraska Supreme Court has upheld the denial of a death row inmate's efforts to have his conviction overturned.
By Daniel Wheaton - When Justin Kyser's DJI Phantom buzzed in the air near in Beatrice, Neb., a neighbor knocked on his door with a familiar threat: Washington, DC - infoZine - Scripps Howard Foundation Wire - "I'll shoot your drone down if it flies over my yard."
More motorists are buying new license plates that proclaim Nebraska as "The Beef State."
Gov. Dave Heineman was notified Thursday that his request for a federal disaster declaration for Public Assistance in 12 counties was approved by President Barack Obama as a result of wide spread storm damage the severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding that occurred June 14-21.
An Omaha day care owner accused of failing to report child abuse has been fined $500.
Two tax policy experts say Nebraska needs to look beyond jobs and wages when studying whether the state's tax incentives actually work.
This undated photo provided by the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce shows the Homestead National Monument of America, located near Beatrice, Nebraska, about 40 miles south of Lincoln.
The federal government said Thursday that insurers owe Nebraskans more than $1.5 million in refunds and Iowans nearly $1.8 million because of a provision in the Affordable Care Act.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 10:32 pm
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