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Barefoot Bandit Spotted In Norfolk

Updated: 06/30/2010 - The teenager known as "The Barefoot Bandit" has stolen everything from boats and planes to cars and jewelry. Now investigators believe Colton Harris-Moore was caught on surveillance video at a Northeast Nebraska airport.

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College Grad Gets Bill Not Diploma

Updated: 06/30/2010 - Brandon Dilliard has been waiting for his college diploma since May. He’s received an unexpected $928 bill from Vatterott College instead.

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Water Hard Due To Floods

Posted: 06/29/2010 - The Cassgram reports that due to floodwaters covering the road to its water treatment plant, the City of Plattsmouth is unable to take delivery of the lime that is used to soften the city’s water.

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Woman In Critical Condition After Motorcycle Crash

Updated: 06/29/2010 - A Plattsmouth woman was listed in critical condition Monday afternoon at University of Nebraska Medical Center with injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident Sunday evening.

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Geese Round Up Ruffles Some Feathers

Updated: 06/28/2010 - Joan Pistillo used to feed the geese in the backyard of her lake front home. Joan said, “I’ve not seen one goose since they took them.”

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Pregnant Woman Jailed

Posted: 06/28/2010 - Bond is $100,000 in torristic threat's case but this is different than most. The pregnant 35-year-old defendant has been in Cass County Jail since May 19th. Her due date is about three weeks away.

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Bluffs Library Closed Wednesday

Posted: 06/23/2010 - Blame it on the rain or a lightning strike. The Council Bluffs Public Library will be closed for at least one day as crews to fix an important piece of equipment this time of year.

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Fremont Immigration Vote: The Day After

Updated: 06/22/2010 - To walk the length of Main Street in Fremont Tuesday, it would appear that not much has changed in the community despite a vote that has attracted national attention.

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Drunk Driver Close Call

Posted: 06/17/2010 - A wrong lane driver causes anxious moments near opening festival for a youth baseball tournament in LaVista.

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Plea Deals Reduce Charges

Updated: 06/17/2010 - Two separate cases that started as felonies and were reduced to misdemeanors in plea deals wrapped up with the sentencing hearings this week.

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Iowa To Release New Corn-Based Potent Potable

Posted: 06/17/2010 - The owner of the Cedar Ridge Vineyards Winery and Distillery in Swisher says the first bourbon whiskey made from Iowa corn and distilled in the state since Prohibition will make its debut July 1.

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Code Enforcement Warning About Pools

Posted: 06/16/2010 - The Plattsmouth Police Department is promoting safety within the community and is making citizens aware of a code enforcement issue.

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Accidents Flood One County

Updated: 06/16/2010 - An overnight accident north of Louisville sent a motorcyclist to the hospital. The man was airlifted to an Omaha hospital.

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Governor Tours Flooded Areas

Updated: 06/16/2010 - Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman was back in the skies Wednesday taking another aerial tour of flood damaged parts of the state.

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Long Time Eyesore Demolished

Updated: 06/16/2010 - The last vehicle to pull into Long's service station in LaVista is a bulldozer. The structure that stood for almost a half century comes crashing down in a half hour.

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Waterloo Cracks Down On Students' Dress Code

Updated: 06/15/2010 - Students in Waterloo, Iowa will have to tuck in their shirt, wear pants no more than one size too big and leave the steel-toe boots at home.

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Roofers Cause More Leaks Than Fix

Updated: 06/14/2010 - Gary Roberts paid $2,500 for a new roof on his rental warehouse. But that may be a drop in the bucket compared to damaged caused by leaks after installation of the rubber based roofing material.

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