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Metro Organization Hoops For Veterans
- Soundz of Freedom hosted a basketball game with former college stars for veterans.
Two Sought In Armed Robbery
- Two men are being sought for the armed robbery of an Omaha fast-food restaurant Friday night.
Vehicles Damaged By Explosion
- Two vehicles parked on an Omaha street were damaged Saturday morning by some sort of explosive device.
Man Wounded In Drive-By Shooting
- A man is recovering after being shot by someone in a passing car Friday night.
Kids Enjoy Earth Day Celebrations
- Earth Day isn’t until Tuesday, but many people in Omaha celebrated Saturday at Elmwood Park, including kids.
Music Fans Line Up For Record Store Day
- In the age where we buy most of our music digitally, some devoted music lovers aren't about to leave record stores in the history books just yet.
Arrest Made In Alleged Sexual Assault Of 2-Year-Old
- Lincoln police arrested a suspect in the alleged sexual assault of a child Saturday morning.
"Depressed" Inmate Suing Nebraska Department Of Corrections
- An inmate is suing the Nebraska prison system, saying a new policy is denying him the ability to visit with or write to his wife, who is also in prison.
Water Main Break Closes Street
- A water main break forced the closing of an Omaha street Saturday morning.
Sign Theft, Vandalism Costing County Big Bucks
- Lancaster County reports the theft of road signs and vandalism of traffic lights are costing taxpayers about $41,000 a year.
Sioux City Casino Prepares To Close
- A Sioux City riverboat casino is preparing to close its doors this summer, but is hoping a court fight will save it.
Children Hop Into Early Easter Celebration
- Kids in La Vista got an early start to Easter on Saturday.
Secondhand Smoke Also Bad For Pets
- Smoking not only affects the smoker but those around them and that includes pets. The Nebraska Humane Society says secondhand smoke can lead to major health problems in animals.
Iowa Gets Millions In Yearly Tobacco Payment
- Iowa received over $71 million this week from tobacco companies, its annual share of a 1998 landmark legal settlement in which tobacco companies pay states for smoking-related health care costs.
Lawmakers To Study Tax Issues Over Break
- After providing more than $400 million in tax relief for Nebraskans this session, lawmakers are still looking at changes to the state's tax structure.
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