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Police On The Lookout For Purse Snatchers

Posted: 08/10/2012 - Omaha police are looking for a pair of crooks in South Omaha. Police say two men stole a woman's purse at gunpoint just before three o'clock Friday morning.

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Lower Approval: Congress vs. TSA

Posted: 08/10/2012 - Recent polls have placed congress' job approval on equal ground with having dental work done. Now results of a new poll finds out if TSA agents are rated even lower.

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Bareback Burglars Strike Brickyard

Updated: 08/24/2012 - The first day in a new location was certainly memorable for employees with Yankee Hill Brick Company. Thieves pulled into their yard in the middle of the night and packed a trailer while surveillance cameras were rolling.

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Cancer Patient Victim Of Theft

Updated: 08/09/2012 - John Carroll is in a life or death match with cancer. The longtime tennis coach would like to get court time for some thieves.

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Welfare Fraud Plea Agreement

Updated: 08/09/2012 - A welfare scam leads to plea agreement. A 26-year-old Weeping Water, Nebraska woman will be sentenced September 10th on a Class I misdemeanor. Elizabeth West plead guilty to attempted theft of obtaining public services unlawfully.

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Plea Deal For Suspended Driver

Updated: 08/09/2012 - A multiple drunk driver faces sentencing next month. A 40-year-old Plattsmouth man will be sentenced September 18th on a Class IV felony conviction. Andrew Poppleton plead guilty to operating a motor vehicle while having a suspended driver’s license.

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Thief Not Fair To Fairgoers

Updated: 08/09/2012 - Plattsmouth police have made an arrest in a theft at the Cass County fairgrounds.

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Nebraska Medical School Study Questioned

Updated: 08/09/2012 - The University of Nebraska has begun investigating questions raised about the integrity of a study conducted by University of Nebraska Medical Center researchers.

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Nebraska Governor Cuts Lawn Watering At Capitol

Updated: 08/09/2012 - Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman is ordering the state to cut its lawn watering at the Capitol, the governor's residence and other state buildings in Lincoln.

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Pools and Daycares

Updated: 08/08/2012 - The Blair Police Department is investigating an apparent drowning, after an infant was found at an in-home daycare pool. The law requires that anyone with a pool have a 4 foot fence around the pool and a gate that locks. Channel 6 spoke with one in-home daycare provider about the law.

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Dinner Train Likely Leaving Fremont

Updated: 08/08/2012 - The Fremont Dinner Train likely will rumble out of town for the last time later this year and head to Kansas. The train will end its run after 23 years in Fremont.

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