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Records: DNA Links Admiral With Phony Casino-Chips

Posted: 9:39 PM - The admiral fired last year as No. 2 commander of the U.S. nuclear force amid a gambling investigation denies that he made the counterfeit casino chips he was caught using at Council Bluffs' Horseshoe Casino. He had been serving at Offutt.

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Governor Heineman: A Look Back At Ten Years

Updated: 11:21 PM - On January 8th, Nebraska's longest serving Governor will leave office. Malorie Maddox sits down with the Governor-and First Lady-for a look back at his legacy.

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Vietnam Captain Honored With Flag

Updated: 5:32 PM - An Omaha military family got a little more closure during a ceremony at the Post 1 American Legion.

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Record Numbers Expected To Hit The Road For Thanksgiving

Updated: 11:28 AM - It's not Thanksgiving quite yet but already drivers are taking to the roadways and they seem to be having a rough go of things. With AAA expecting a record number traveling this holiday, it serves as a good reminder safety experts say, to drive safely.

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Update: Family Upset, Papillion Daycare Releases Statement

Updated: 11:46 PM - A disturbing story in Papillion, where WOWT 6 News has learned a girl was left on a day care bus for two hours Friday before anyone realized it at Bright Minds Learning Center near Gold Cost Road and Highway 370.

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Armed Robber Sought

Updated: 10:58 AM - Police are looking for the man who robbed an Omaha check cashing business at gunpoint Saturday afternoon.

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Meet Puddin' And Mario

Updated: 11/22/2014 - Every now and then the Nebraska Humane Society is asked to help dogs or cats who come from large scale raids or cruelty cases. The idea is that if larger shelters across the country will take a few animals apiece, then no one is overwhelmed. That's what happened in the case of Puddin’ and Mario.

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Update: Four Arrests Made In Armed Robbery

Updated: 11/22/2014 - Police arrested four suspects Friday in connection with the armed robbery earlier this month of a Council Bluffs Casey's General Store.

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Conference Focuses on Dealing With Grief

Posted: 11/22/2014 - About 120 people attended the Grief Awareness Conference on the campus of Creighton University Friday. The event was sponsored by Ted E. Bear Hollow, an organization that focuses on helping grieving children and teens. According to program director Cathy Fox, there were lessons at the conference for just about everyone.

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