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Update: Southbound I-29 Reopens After Crash

Accident Investigation

Updated: 10/06/2011 - The southbound lanes of Interstate 29 reopened Thursday night after an accident Thursday afternoon near Honey Creek, Iowa. Investigators told Channel 6 News that for an unknown reason, the driver of a sedan slowed down dramatically almost to a stop, triggering a collision.

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Man Dies In Fiery Rollover

Updated: 10/06/2011 - A southeast Nebraska man was killed Thursday morning in a fiery rollover crash. The Gage County Sheriff’s office says 29-year old Matthew Bernhardt was ejected from his Chevy Trailblazer about 8am.

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Captured Fugitive Breaks More Than The Law

Updated: 10/06/2011 - A fugitive from justice trying to escape from Omaha police officers winds up in the hospital with severe injuries after he went out of a window about four stories high.

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Kids' ER Concussion Visits Up 60 Percent Over Decade

Updated: 10/06/2011 - Health officials say emergency room visits by children injured in sports and recreational activities rose 60 percent in the past decade. They said that's probably because parents and coaches are more careful about getting these head injuries treated.

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Former Lincoln Council Member Dies

Updated: 10/06/2011 - The Lincoln mayor's office says former City Council member Jayne Snyder has died at the age of 66. Snyder died early Thursday morning of cancer. A schedule of services isn't available yet.

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CPSC Parenting Alert! Make Your Home Safer

Updated: 10/05/2011 - The Consumer Product Safety Commission is urging parents to make their homes safer for young children by anchoring televisions and furniture.

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Electoral College Flip Flop Possible

Updated: 10/05/2011 - It is arguably the most difficult thing to explain in American politics: How the Electoral College system of electing a new President works and what is the thinking behind it. Republicans are now pushing for a change in the way Nebraska and Pennsylvania award their Electoral College votes in the name of fairness.

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Iowa Reports First Cantaloupe-Related Illness

Posted: 10/05/2011 - State health officials say a northwest Iowa woman is the state's first reported case of someone becoming ill after eating a cantaloupe tainted with listeria.

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A Really Bad Driver

Updated: 10/05/2011 - A 28-year old woman is facing a host of driving violations. Lincoln police say Carley Scheffert’s troubles began about 4:30 Tuesday afternoon when she accelerated toward a police officer in an alley.

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Leader Picked For UNL's New Innovation Campus

Posted: 10/05/2011 - University of Nebraska-Lincoln officials have chosen a leader for the new Innovation Campus research park that is designed to attract new jobs and businesses to the state.

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Impostor Claims To Be Sheriff's Employee

Posted: 10/04/2011 - An impostor didn’t flash a badge. Instead a sheriff’s department phone number on caller I-D made the call seem official.

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Two Motorcycle Crashes Investigated

Updated: 10/04/2011 - One person is dead and another person was critical following two separate motorcycle crashes in Douglas County Tuesday afternoon.

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Beef Samples at the Husker Game

Updated: 10/04/2011 - Nebraska and Ohio State fans might be overheard asking each other “Where’s the Beef?” before Saturday’s game. What they are referring to is where they can find samples of steak they read about on WOWT.COM.

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Oh Dear, Deer Collisions Are Down!

Posted: 10/04/2011 - State Farm Insurance is out with its annual report on deer collisions. Like the five previous years, West Virginia is the state where we are most likely to hit a deer. Like last year, Iowa ranks second and Nebraska ranks eleventh.

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