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Iowa Landlord Slaying Trial Begins

Updated: 09/19/2011 - Jury selection is under way in the trial of a man charged in the 2009 slaying of an Iowa City landlord who police say was shot during a robbery gone awry.

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Clerk Threatened for Potpourri

Updated: 09/19/2011 - A Lincoln man is enjoying the aroma of the Lancaster County jail after resorting to violence to steal a bag of potpourri. Police say Jaylon Moore threatened a store clerk with a knife before stealing the potpourri.

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Man Stabs His Girlfriend’s Boyfriend

Updated: 09/19/2011 - Lincoln police say they have sorted out how a violent string of events unfolded early Saturday morning. They say a man stabbed his girlfriend’s boyfriend – and then went after several other people.

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Iowa Western Enrollment At Record Level

Updated: 09/19/2011 - Iowa Western Community College is on a roll with record enrollment levels for the tenth consecutive year. The school now has 7,206 full- and part-time students.

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New Library In North Bend Taking Shape

Updated: 09/19/2011 - North Bend residents are seeing the dream of a new library come to fruition. Walls began going up this week on the building at 13th and Main streets.

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Dodge County Unemployment Rate Increases

Updated: 09/19/2011 - While the unemployment in Nebraska held steady in August, Dodge County saw its rate increase, according to the Nebraska Department of Labor .

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Event Raises Money To Fight Hepatitis

Updated: 09/19/2011 - Teams are forming and pledges are being gathered for the HONOR Walk for Reform, an awareness and fund raising event for Hepatitis Outbreaks' National Organization for Reform.

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NE Businesses Get $1 Million From USDA

Updated: 09/19/2011 - Businesses and organizations in Nebraska have been awarded more than $1 million in grants through the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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Everyone Loves A Parade

Updated: 09/16/2011 - Omaha may be a big city but one event brings small town excitement. The Benson High Magnet School homecoming parade through the Benson business district.

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Union Pacific To “Double Track” Route

Updated: 09/16/2011 - The chairman of Union Pacific says the railroad has begun a multi-year effort to double-track the route between Fremont, Nebraska and Missouri Valley, Iowa. The goal is to move to move trains through the area more quickly.

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Help Feed Hungry Kids, Set World Record

Updated: 09/16/2011 - How would you like to help feed the hungry and set a world record at the same time? That option is available here in Omaha this weekend.

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Bioethicist Challenges Bachmann On Vaccine Claim

Updated: 09/16/2011 - A prominent bioethicist has offered $10,000 to charity if Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann can prove her claim that a vaccination caused mental retardation.

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Midwife Gets Probation For Delivery

Updated: 09/16/2011 - A former student midwife who delivered a baby without supervision has been sentenced in Los Angeles to three years of probation.

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Men Run Up Tab On Corpse's Debit Card

Updated: 09/16/2011 - Two Denver-area men accused of driving around with a dead friend and using his ATM card to withdraw $400 at a strip club are charged with abusing a corpse, identity theft and criminal impersonation.

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US Air Base In Lockdown

Updated: 09/16/2011 - An Air Force Base near Tucson has stepped up security and limited traffic into and out of the base because of an unspecified security situation.

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Much Ado About Something For Free

Updated: 09/16/2011 - Nebraska Shakespeare on Tour is about to get rolling on its 2011 touring production of Much Ado About Nothing. The tour features a 75-minute performance at middle and high schools in Nebraska and Western Iowa. The tour will kick off with shows that the public can see. Several of those are free.

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Court Rules For University Hospital

Updated: 09/16/2011 - The Nebraska Supreme Court has sided with the University of Nebraska Medical Center in a malpractice case where doctors declined to give blood pressure treatment to a woman because of concerns she could not afford future doses.

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U-N-Kearney Announces Cuts

Updated: 09/16/2011 - The University of Nebraska at Kearney has announced nearly $370,000 in proposed budget cuts. Chancellor Doug Kristensen sent an email to UNK employees Thursday announcing the cuts and asking for comments.

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