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Body Found Under Earth Mover

Updated: 09/02/2009 - A county sheriff says an 80-year-old farmer whose body was found under an earth-moving scraper near Ashton died of natural causes.

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Cool Weather Slows Crop Development In NE

Updated: 09/02/2009 - Recent cool weather has slowed the development of Nebraska's crops. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says temperatures averaged 4 degrees below normal last week.

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Nebraska Governor Profiled As Tech Savvy

Posted: 09/02/2009 - Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman has caught the attention of those who track government leaders in the high-tech world of information technology.

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Parking Clogs School Street

Posted: 09/01/2009 - Minne Lusa School and a half dozen home owners share Ida street east of 30th. But frustration parks between them every school day and the final bell.

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Sales Tax Debate

Posted: 09/01/2009 - Those supporting a sales tax increase ballot issue in Plattsmouth presented Chamber of Commerce members and interested members of the public with their strategy.

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Swine Flu: 10 Things You Need To Know

Updated: 09/01/2009 - Since it first emerged in April, the global swine flu epidemic has sickened more than 1 million Americans and killed about 500. It's also spread around the world, infecting tens of thousands and killing nearly 2,000. So how worried should you be and how do you prepare? The Associated Press has tried to boil down the mass of information into 10 things you should know to be flu-savvy.

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US Agriculture Interests Split Over Energy Bill

Posted: 09/01/2009 - Legislation to confront climate change could be an economic godsend to farmers and ranchers. Or it could be an enormous financial burden. It depends on whom you ask, and not even farmers and ranchers agree on the matter.

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Nebraska Dove Season Underway

Posted: 09/01/2009 - The unofficial start of the fall hunting season in Nebraska is Tuesday, which is the opening day for dove shooting.

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Waste Pumped Into Creek

Updated: 09/01/2009 - Kurt Wortman lives in a small Irvington neighborhood where homeowners are required to have septic tanks. Kurt says, “You would have to know you are not supposed to dump human waste into a tributary.”

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BBB Wants Scam Calls

Posted: 08/31/2009 - The Heartland Better Business Bureau wants to hear about any deal for left over asphalt that paves the way for possible scam.

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Memorial Fund Established for Officer

Posted: 08/31/2009 - A memorial fund has been established for an Officer Christopher Johnson of the Platte County, Nebraska sheriff’s department. Johnson was killed in a crash Saturday while responding to a call.

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Lincoln Man Wins Lottery For Bighorn Hunt

Updated: 08/31/2009 - A Lincoln man has won the right to go hunting for a bighorn sheep late this fall in the Pine Ridge area of the Nebraska Panhandle.

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Iowa's Pelican Festival May End

Updated: 08/31/2009 - An annual pelican festival at a park at Saylorville Lake near Des Moines may be canceled because the birds aren't coming anymore.

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IA's Governor Culver: More Money For Shelters

Posted: 08/31/2009 - Iowa Gov. Chet Culver plans to announce $10 million in state funds to aid in the construction and renovation of homeless, domestic violence and emergency shelters across the state.

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Corn Pellets That Burn Like Coal?

Posted: 08/31/2009 - A Nebraska company has come up with a way to make pellets that burn like coal from all the leftover parts of a corn plant.

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$28,000 Goes Missing, Public Official Pleads

Posted: 08/28/2009 - A former Otoe County Deputy District Court Clerk has pleaded no contest to one count of theft. Last March, the Nebraska state auditor discovered $28,000 went missing from in the Otoe County District Court between January 2007 and January 2009.

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