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Iowa Court Clerk Gets Short Prison Stay

Posted: 04/30/2012 - A woman convicted of stealing more than $537,000 while working in the Black Hawk County Clerk of Courts office has been given parole after serving about 70 days of her 10-year prison sentence. The prison release of Tina Zieser surprised Black Hawk County's chief prosecutor.

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Year-End Bash Helps UNL Students Chill Out

Updated: 04/30/2012 - As finals week looms at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, some students took advantage of cotton candy and a carnival rides to ease the stress. A few hundred students attended the annual End of the Years Bash at the Lincoln campus on Sunday.

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Annual Lymphomathon Raises More Than $70,000

Updated: 04/28/2012 - It was a cool and cloudy Saturday morning at Mahoney State Park, but it didn't dampen the spirits of those walking for a special purpose. It was Nebraska’s third annual Lymphomathon and hundreds came out to support the cause.

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Seminars Set for Employers on Paying Child Support

Posted: 04/28/2012 - Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg has set more than a dozen seminars across the state starting next month for employers making child support payments on behalf of their employees

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The Story Behind Magazine Sales

Updated: 04/27/2012 - A 21-year-old door-to-door magazine salesman said when his supervisor was arrested, he and others in their crew were left in a Sarpy county neighborhood.

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FDIC Hits Omaha State Bank With Consent Order

Posted: 04/27/2012 - The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation dropped a consent order on Omaha State Bank after discovering 20 areas the bank needs to either change or improve.

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Another Type Of Gas For Sale

Posted: 04/27/2012 - Metropolitan Utilities District board of directors will consider a proposal at its May 2 meeting to sell liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Clean Energy Fuels Corp.

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Woman Robbed of Pabst Blue Ribbon

Updated: 04/27/2012 - A Lincoln man has been arrested for robbing a woman of her can of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer. Nehemiah Winters implied that he had a knife when he stole the can. He was found several blocks away with the can which, by then, was partially consumed.

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