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Private Parking Lot Tickets Questioned

Updated: 02/21/2012 - Violators at a downtown Omaha parking lot will receive a bill for more than $60. A Colorado attorney sent two customers demand letters threatening collection action.

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Thrift Store Helps Women In Need

Posted: 02/20/2012 - With money being tight everywhere, it's always good to look for the best deal possible. Thrift stores have become a popular option. Finding quality merchandise is also important. One outlet in Council Bluffs donates all of their proceeds to help women in need.

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Airline Baggage Complaints Down

Posted: 02/20/2012 - The rate of complaints against airlines about mishandled baggage is at its lowest level ever. At least since the government began tracking complaints in 1988.

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Missouri Meth Lab Seizures Grow

Posted: 02/20/2012 - Despite laws designed to make it more difficult to manufacture meth, the number of meth labs seized in Missouri has been growing. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the number of seizures reported in 2011 grew 6% to 2,096.

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Going In Circles For A Good Cause

Updated: 02/19/2012 - Omaha’s Westroads Mall was packed Sunday morning with people going around in circles. More than 500 participants walked and rolled in wheelchairs and adaptive bikes around the upper level to support the eighth annual Walk and Roll for Disabilities.

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Two Schools Hit By Vandals

Updated: 02/18/2012 - Vandals hit Loveland Elementary and Westside High school early Saturday morning.

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Sixth Person Arrested For Helping Suspected Killer

Updated: 02/17/2012 - Omaha police have arrested a sixth person for aiding and abetting 27-year old Michael Sebesta who was on the run for allegedly shooting his roommate Philip Burden back in January.

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Wanted: A Couple of Fast Talkers

Updated: 02/17/2012 - Lincoln police need help identifying to men who allegedly tricked a cashier at a fast food restaurant into giving them too much money. It all started when the men walked into the Runza Restaurant at 49th and O Street.

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New School Leader Hired

Updated: 02/17/2012 - Weeping Water has hired a new School Superintendent, but with some controversy. Dr. Ken Heinz will start the $110,000 a year position on July 1st.

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