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A 28-year-old woman was struck and killed by an SUV, near 56th and Cleveland St. early Sunday morning, around 2:30 a.m. Lincoln Police say, the driver of the vehicle was a 20-year-old woman heading northbound on 56th st. The woman who was hit by the SUV was transported to a local hospital, where she died from her injuries. No citations have been issued at this time, drugs and alcohol are not suspected. The names of the people involved have not been released, as police…
04.30 / 20:24
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Posted By: Channel 8 Eyewitness News 8@klkntv.com  A large crowd is likely at this week's hearing on the Nebraska route for the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline. The Nebraska Public Service Commission is planning a daylong hearing on Wednesday in York to accept comments on the $8 billion project. The pipeline is designed to carry oil from Alberta, Canada, across Montana, South Dakota and Nebraska. The project faces opposition from environmentalists as well as some…
04.30 / 20:24
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YORK, Neb. (AP) — A large crowd is likely at this week's hearing on the Nebraska route for the proposed Keystone XL oil p…
04.30 / 19:55
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A Norfolk teen was killed in a one vehicle traffic accident Saturday night three miles east of Norfolk. The Stanton County Sheriff's Office says 19-year-old Beau Kellogg, of Norfolk was a rear seat passenger who was ejected from the wreckage and pronounced dead at the scene. The driver, 19-year-old Blake Baldwin, of Woodland Park was also ejected and taken to FRHS along with another front seat passenger, 20-year-old Kaleb Eatherton, of Norfolk. Both Baldwin and Eatherton were cited…
04.30 / 19:54
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The Nebraska State Patrol and Nebraska Department of Roads are closing eastbound traffic on Interstate 80 at Overton due to traffic accident. Pictures from scene indicate at semi and car collision. Courtesy/ Nebraska Department of Roads. Interstate 80 in Cozad-Gothenburg area. Dawson County Sheriff's Office and Nebraska State Patrol office in North Platte advises that travel in not recommended at all. Freezing rain to heavy snow in west-central Nebraska. From Dawson Public…
04.30 / 19:54
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Colleyville, Texas  April 30, 2017 LocalNewsOnly.com  reported on April 21, 2017 a news article with the headline,  “Colleyville Chamber Releases Statement about Withdrawing Sponsorship from “League of Women Voters” Colleyville Candidate Forum.” Based on the Chamber’s Comment; It appeared the Colleyville Chamber of Commerce became aware the planned Colleyville Candidate’s Forum was an “orchestrated” event, allegedly by Colleyville resident […]…
04.30 / 18:15
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Whether for, against or ambivalent about construction of the much-debated Keystone XL pipeline, the multitudes will have a first-come, first-serve opportunity to share their views Wednesday with state regulators who have authority over TransCanada’s proposed route through N…
04.30 / 17:58
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Laureen Riedesel is closing the book on another decade of running the Beatrice Public Library, marking 40 years as its…
04.30 / 17:55
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Nebraska’s Hunters Helping the Hungry (HHH) program continues to grow, as 2016 saw a 23 percent increase in the number of deer donated. Established in 2012 by the Nebraska Legislature, HHH is a program that provides ground venison to Nebraskans in need. It allows hunters to donate whole field-dressed deer at participating meat processors, food […
04.30 / 16:21
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COLUMBUS, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska utilities are reminding farmers to watch out for power lines when they are planting crops or doing other field w…
04.30 / 16:14
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Nebraska’s Hunters Helping the Hungry (HHH) program continues to grow, as 2016 saw a 23 percent increase in the number of deer donated. Established in 2012 by the Nebraska Legislature, HHH is a program that provides ground venison to Nebraskans in need. It allows hunters to donate whole field-dressed deer at participating meat processors, food pantries and other charitable organizations. In 2016, a record 528 hunters participated, and Nebraskans received more than 28,000 pounds of v…
04.30 / 16:14
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(AP) _ An attempt to slash funding for abortion providers could force health centers throughout Nebraska to cut services or close.         Language in the state's budget would allow officials to prioritize certain health care providers over others when awarding federal Title X family planning money. Critics say it could strip funding from Planned Parenthood and from health centers that specialize in reproductive health but don't provide abortions.…
04.30 / 15:29
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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The state of Nebraska has made a goal to keep monarch butterflies and other pollinators off the federal endangered species list by planting 125 million milkweed plants by 2020 and providing incentives for farmers to incorporate pollinator habitat into their land. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that the plan was created by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, with input from dozens of organizations and business, some which attended a summit on monarch…
04.30 / 15:00
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A Florida teacher is on the verge of losing his job after bullying and harassing FFA students that were raising livestock to be sold for slaughter. An Associated Press article says Thomas Allison, Jr., who teaches middle school at the Horizon Academy at Marion Oaks, has been placed on unpaid leave. A Marion County School…
04.30 / 13:53
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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska clinic administrators worry an attempt to slash funding for abortion providers could force clinics throughout the state to cut services or close, leaving thousands of low-income women without access to reproductive health c…
04.30 / 13:47
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The state-by-state winning lottery numbers through…
04.30 / 13:47
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A Florida teacher is on the verge of losing his job after bullying and harassing FFA students that were raising livestock to be sold for slaughter. An Associated Press article says Thomas Allison, Jr., who teaches middle school at the Horizon Academy at Marion Oaks, has been placed on unpaid leave. A Marion County School District letter documenting the case notes that he called students who are raising livestock “murderers.” Superintendent of Schools Heidi Maier has written a rec…
04.30 / 13:46
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A Florida teacher is on the verge of losing his job after bullying and harassing FFA students that were raising livestock to be sold for slaughter. An Associated Press article says Thomas Allison, Jr., who teaches middle school at the Horizon Academy at Marion Oaks, has been placed on unpaid leave. A Marion County School…
04.30 / 13:22
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A proposal to display flags along Erie Street in downtown Missouri Valley, as well as other areas of the community, was discussed at the April 4 Missouri Valley City Council…
04.30 / 13:06
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A report on intellectual property issued Friday by the U.S. Trade Representative’s Office (USTR) outlined the Trump Administration’s continuing commitment to curtailing the damaging abuses of geographical indications (GIs) – particularly by the European Union (EU). The report highlighted ongoing threats to U.S. companies that legally use common food names both within the United States [R…
04.30 / 12:44
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