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Smith Co-Sponsors Measure To Stop EPA Flyovers

Updated: 06/22/2012 - Congressman Adrian Smith is co-sponsoring a measure to stop the federal Environmental Protection Agency's aerial surveillance of agriculture operations, which have taken place in Nebraska and neighboring states

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Burglars Caught, Chased

Updated: 08/24/2012 - Would you have reacted the same way an Omaha man did when he found burglars inside his home around lunchtime?

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Cattle Truck Rolls Over On Kennedy Expressway

Updated: 06/21/2012 - The JFK Expressway was reopened in both directions at Q Street late Thursday afternoon as the last remaining stray cows were rounded up from a morning accident involving a cattle truck.

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Free Coffee Thursday

Updated: 06/21/2012 - It's perfect timing. On the first full day of summer you can get a free iced coffee all day. Bruegger's Bagels is offering a free iced coffee to anyone who goes online.

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$2.5 Million Raised For Dundee Renovations

Updated: 06/20/2012 - After months of fundraising, the Dundee-Memorial Park Neighborhood is getting a facelift.The neighborhood, most recently named as one of the top places in the United States, needed $2.5 million raised in order to begin a renovation project.

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Grates Stolen From Bellevue Car Wash

Updated: 06/19/2012 - It's costing a business a lot of money and posing danger for customers. Big John’s Car Wash in Bellevue has been hit by thieves twice in the last month. Sarpy County Crimestoppers is asking for your help.

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Spike In Shootings Since Start of CWS

Posted: 06/19/2012 - There has been a increase in shootings since the start of the College World Series. Since it started six people have been injured in shootings around Omaha. The most recent one was Monday night at 17th and Manderson. Four people were injured in a drive by shooting. And over the weekend, a shooting turned deadly after a 19-year-old was shot in the Old Market. Omaha police acknowledge the increase in violence and say they are beefing up their manpower. “We have had a spike in violence recently,” says Lt. Darci Tierney. “We've kind of adjusted our resources in areas that have been hit with violence and have added more officers to those areas.” Officers are teaming up with other agencies like the Bellevue Police Department to put additional patrol in the Old Market during the College World Series. Tierney says officers who work downtown are getting overtime pay to make sure no officers are moved from patrol in other areas of the city.

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WOWT Facebook FYI

Posted: 06/19/2012 - Even if you've liked our Facebook page, a change in how your news feed works may prevent you from getting all the updates. Here's how you can make sure you're getting the news you trust.

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USDA Announces 3 Tribal Grants In Nebraska

Posted: 06/19/2012 - The Agriculture Department is giving $154,730 to three American Indian groups in Nebraska to help improve business and provide job opportunities.

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Hot, Dry Weather Still Stressing Nebraska Crops

Posted: 06/19/2012 - Parts of southern Nebraska have received some much-needed rain, but northern and western parts of state remain hot and dry, which is putting stress on crops and pastures.

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