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Sandbaggers in CB Can Rest Now

Updated: 08/01/2011 - The city of Council Bluffs is suspending daily sandbagging efforts at the Mid America Center. The city’s goal was to maintain 50,000 to 100,000 sandbags in its inventory. There are now of 94,335 sandbags ready to be used.

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Three Arrested in Lincoln Murder

Updated: 08/01/2011 - Lincoln police have named the three suspects under arrest for a weekend shooting death. Officers responded to a report of a “shooting in progress” call at 2:47am Sunday. They found the victim, 19-year old Dwayne Greer, shot multiple times. Greer was pronounced dead at a hospital.

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Shooting Investigation

Posted: 08/01/2011 - A young man is fighting for his life after being shot in a drive by shooting.

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Nebraska Health Awards

Posted: 08/01/2011 - Nominees are being sought for an award honoring those who've made contributions to health care in Nebraska.

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Scammers Target Cell Phone Numbers

Updated: 07/31/2011 - When was the last time you got a call from an unknown number on your cell phone? It's becoming more common. One scammer is trying to trick you by using some familiar names, including your own.

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City Takes Over Flood Surveillance

Updated: 07/31/2011 - Is it a positive sign for the record floods? Levels on the Missouri have held pretty steady, but receded a little. The U.S. National Guard will now turn the reigns over to the city of Omaha to watch the levees. And they’ve got a lot of land and issues to keep an eye on.

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Heineman & Sheehy Climb to the Top of Their Peers

Updated: 07/29/2011 - Nebraska Lt. Governor Rick Sheehy has been elected to lead the National Lieutenant Governors Association. He was voted to the top post Friday during the association’s meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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Get Your Trash Out Early, Council Bluffs

Updated: 07/29/2011 - Get ready for Week 3 of “Get Your Trash Out Early” in Council Bluffs. Because of the ongoing heat, crews for the city’s waste hauler, Red River Waste Services, will be working earlier than normal.

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Here’s The Plan To Reduce Flooding

Updated: 07/29/2011 - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers laid out its plan in the coming weeks to reduce flooding along the Missouri River. The Corps reminds the public that there continues to be a need to evacuate floodwaters from the six dams along the river.

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Businesses Get Flood Relief

Updated: 07/29/2011 - Small businesses affected by flooding are eligible for Disaster Assistance.

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Gifts Stolen From Newlywed Couple

Updated: 07/29/2011 - Your wedding day is supposed to be one of the most memorable moments in your life. But one couple, traveling through the heartland, is left with a memory they wish they could erase.

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Inside The Mind Of A Teen Killer

Updated: 07/29/2011 - Violent crimes involving teens are becoming all too common in our community. Malorie Maddox sits down with convicted murderer Jonathan Armendariz and asks, "How did it come to this?"

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He Was in Jail, She Conducted His Drug Business

Posted: 07/28/2011 - A 30-year old Omaha woman is going to prison for 14 years for her role in a marijuana trafficking and money laundering scheme. U.S. Attorney Deborah Gilg says Deshawn Hernandez dated Shannon Williams who operated a marijuana business between Omaha and Arizona while he was in the Douglas County Jail. She was there to help him on the street.

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Serious Accidents In Rural Area

Posted: 07/28/2011 - Accidents in Cass County show that seat belts do work to save lives and serious injury.

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Small Towns Hit By Car Burglars

Posted: 07/28/2011 - Sheriff's investigation underway in vehicle break-ins and vehicle thefts Sunday night/Monday morning in the Louisville/Greenwood/Eagle area.

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Crash Reveals Dangerous Driver

Updated: 07/28/2011 - When Lincoln police arrived on the scene of a crash Thursday morning, they found a driver who should not have been behind the wheel. They say Douglas Miller left The Grove nightclub and refused to stop when an officer tried to pull him over. This began a pursuit. The chase was terminated when Miller began to drive erratically.

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It Began With A Hug At Wal-Mart

Updated: 07/28/2011 - A Lincoln man’s string of 128 arrests for illegally soliciting money at Wal-Mart has ended. Now he’s accused of third-degree sexual assault.

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