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Hit And Run Sentence

Updated: 01/11/2012 - Twenty-three-year-old Lance M. Burgess of Lake Waconda has been sentenced to one year for a hit and run crash.

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Smoking Shelter Lights Fire Of Controversy

Updated: 01/10/2012 - A smoking shelter built by taxpayers has lit the flame of controversy in county government. The Douglas County Board wants questions about the project answered, but the County Housing Authority doesn't have to answer and may not appear at a board meeting.

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Kindergarten Round-Up

Updated: 01/10/2012 - It's kindergarten round-up time for Omaha public schools. Parents get the chance to tour schools and get information on enrollment and registration.

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Update: Shooting Victim Identified

Updated: 01/10/2012 - Omaha police have identified a drive-by shooting victim from just before noon on Tuesday. Joshua Drummond, 22, remains in extremely critical condition at the Nebraska Medical Center.

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Bill Would Raise Court Fees In Civil Cases

Posted: 01/10/2012 - Filing a lawsuit, buying a handgun and getting a vehicle inspected in Nebraska could all become more expensive under a bill introduced in the Legislature.

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New Smoking Shelter Has Nearby Resident Fuming

Updated: 01/09/2012 - A no smoking policy starting this month has tenants of a Douglas County Housing Authority community going outside and away from their subsidized town homes.

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Teenager Recounts Robbery At Gunpoint

Updated: 01/11/2012 - 15-year-old Brandon Lunsford says he's grateful just to be alive after he and his cousin were held up at gunpoint on Saturday night in Council Bluffs.

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License Plates For Nebraska Vets Proposed

Updated: 01/09/2012 - State Senator Amanda McGill introduced four bills supporting Nebraskans who have honorably served our state and country. Two bills support military members and spouses seeking work in licensed fields here in Nebraska.

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Kissing Bill Withdrawn

Updated: 01/09/2012 - In Nebraska, a kiss is still just a kiss – whether it is welcome or not. On Monday, State Senator Bill Avery withdrew his controversial bill that would have made a mouth-to-mouth kiss without permission in the category of second or third degree sexual assault.

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Bosselman Leader Dies of Cancer

Updated: 01/09/2012 - The second-generation leader of the Bosselman truck stop company based in central Nebraska has died after battling cancer. A spokeswoman for the company says Chuck Bosselman died Saturday. Funeral arrangements are pending.

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