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A Quiet Evening

2 mins ago - It will be a little muggy this evening, but most of us will stay dry.

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Grassley Says More Whistleblowers Allege Retaliation

Posted: 2:50 PM - Senator Chuck Grassley said Wednesday that 11 whistleblowers have now come forward telling their stories of FBI managers using Loss of Effectiveness orders to retaliate for speaking up about wrongdoing in the agency.

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Pink Tow Trucks In Service For AAA Nebraska

Posted: 2:28 PM - For the second consecutive year, AAA Nebraska is wrapping two of their classic red, white and blue tow trucks in the color pink to raise awareness of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in collaboration with the American Cancer Society.

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Skutt Students Launch Community Involvement Day

Posted: 2:20 PM - School may be out at Skutt Catholic High School, but the learning goes on in a different and larger classroom setting. Today, the entire city is their classroom.

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Corps Sets River Meeting for Late October

Updated: 2:00 PM - The US Army Corps of Engineers will hold a public meeting in Council Blufffs October 29th. The Corps will explain their 2014-2015 operating plan for the Missouri River Reservoir System.

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Benson Improvements Set to Wrap Up in 2015

Posted: 1:57 PM - The Benson Business District has secured the $1.3 million needed to complete the district renovation project. This means the project is expected to be completed in the spring of 2015.

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Tire On Road Causes Crash

Posted: 1:46 PM - An Iowa State Patrol crash report says a woman was injured trying to avoid a semi tire rim on the roadway.

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Publication Renewal Scam

Posted: 12:50 PM - Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about misleading and unauthorized subscription renewal notices from Associated Publishers Network (APN) located in Henderson, Nevada.

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Nebraska Needs More Skilled Workers

Posted: 11:42 AM - Nebraska Chamber of Commerce President Barry Kennedy said Wednesday the state needs more skilled workers to fill manufacturing jobs.

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Worker Killed in Valley Forklift Accident

Updated: 10:48 AM - The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the death of a worker at a Menard's distribution plant in Valley, Nebraska.

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Highway Project Update

Posted: 10:21 AM - Highway project moving along but It's not as far along as it was hoped to be in midsummer when the weather was dry and the typically dry months of August and September were ahead.

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Update Wednesday On Investigation Into Student's Death

Updated: 2:43 PM - Pottawattamie County Attorney Matt Wilber and Council Bluffs Police Chief Tim Carmody will hold a news conference Wednesday to update the investigation into the death of Abraham Lincoln High School student Dakota Escritt. The news conference will be streamed live on wowt.com starting at 3 p.m.

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Drop In Grain Prices Slows Midwest Economy

Updated: 8:53 AM - A monthly economic survey index for nine Midwestern and Plains dropped in September, suggesting slowing economic growth in the months ahead.

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Teen Auto Theft Ring Busted

Updated: 7:48 AM - Lincoln police say a group of four teenagers is responsible for more than 30 car thefts in the past year.

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Hit-And-Run Driver Sought

Updated: 7:15 AM - A man is recovering after being injured by a hit-and-run driver in Omaha Tuesday night.

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Haunted Houses Are Watching You

Updated: 7:05 AM - It’s only the first day of October, but some metro haunted houses have already been open for weeks. Haunted houses are popular for the thrills they provide, but these are dark buildings with confined spaces you are sending your children into. You want to make sure any scary situation isn't for real.

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