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Minority Births Up

Posted: 08/25/2011 - While caucasian babies still are in the majority, minority births are just about equal.

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Still Single? Go West Or South

Updated: 08/25/2011 - If you want to get married, go west, or south. New data from the census bureau shows that states in the South and West have the most marriages.

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Woman Convicted of Social Security Fraud

Updated: 08/25/2011 - A federal jury in Lincoln has convicted Marcella Scharton of three felony counts related to Social Security fraud. Count I charged Scharton and her husband, David W. Seevers, of stealing $115,010.40 in Social Security Disability Income payments to which they were not entitled.

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Turning Trash Into Art

Updated: 08/25/2011 - If one man's trash is truly another man's treasure -- then there is a treasure trove in downtown Omaha right now. Local artists used their creativity to transform old refrigerators into art we can all enjoy.

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Union Pacific Cited For Retaliation

Updated: 08/25/2011 - Federal authorities say Union Pacific should pay $612,215 for retaliating against three employees who raised safety concerns, but the railroad disagrees with the finding.

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Caution When Driving Once Flooded Roads

Posted: 08/25/2011 - As local roads slowly emerge from the flooded Missouri River, it’s tempting to assume that they are safe for travel. This is not necessarily the case, according to a Plattsmouth city flood update.

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State Senator Selected

Posted: 08/25/2011 - A Nebraska State Senator gets specialized training.

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New Software To Track Your Kid Online

Posted: 08/24/2011 - According to software security company Symantec, some 50% of parents have installed programs to monitor online activities.

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A Tale Of Two Neighbors

Updated: 08/24/2011 - A welcome sight for one neighbor results in a nightmare for another. The breach of a dike is producing very different reactions in Mills County just south of Council Bluffs.

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Lincoln To Get Federal Money

Posted: 08/24/2011 - The EPA has awarded $534,000 to the City of Lincoln, Neb., for improvements to the Theresa Street Wastewater Treatment Facility, which is expected to be completed by the spring of 2013.

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Two Schools Dismissed Early Due to Heat

Updated: 08/24/2011 - Two southwest Iowa school districts are dismissing students early Wednesday because of the heat. Sidney Public Schools will let out at 1:30pm. South Page Public Schools will let out at 12:30pm.

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Nighthawks Single Game Tickets Go On Sale

Updated: 08/24/2011 - Omaha is ready for some football. There's a full slate of high school games this week, the Huskers' home opener is less than two weeks away and the new kid on the block is maintaining the momentum of a year ago. Ticket sales have been brisk for the Omaha Nighthawks.

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Masked Men Strike Metro Bowling Alley

Updated: 08/24/2011 - An employee at Kelley's Hilltop Lanes tells officers he was held up by three masked men near, or in, the venue.

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Cleaning Kits Go to Flood Victims

Posted: 08/24/2011 - A nonprofit financial service in Nebraska is collecting cleaning supplies for use in kit to help flood victims along the Missouri River.

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