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First Railyard Restaurant Closes Its Doors

Posted: 11:12 PM - Lincoln's Railyard in the Haymarket District has been operating for almost a year, and one of their first restaurants, Jack And June, already closed its doors.

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Thousands of Nebraskans to Get Refund

Updated: 5:35 PM - The federal government says insurers owe Nebraskans more than $1.5 million in refunds because of a provision in the Affordable Care Act.

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House Works: Pillow Boxes

Posted: 5:16 PM - In House Works, Judy Tuttle from "Stampin' Up!" shows us how to make pillow boxes. It's a great way to present almost anything for a special occasion.

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Federal Disaster Declaration Approved for Public Assistance in June Storms

Updated: 4:44 PM - Gov. Dave Heineman was notified Thursday that his request for a federal disaster declaration for Public Assistance in 12 counties was approved by President Barack Obama as a result of wide spread storm damage the severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding that occurred June 14-21.

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Mayor, City Council Compromise Will Add Two Police Officers

Updated: 10:18 PM - The Beutler Administration and the Lincoln City Council today announced they have reached a compromise on the City’s 2014-16 budget that will add two police officers over the biennium and maintain funding for new positions in the Parks and Recreation Department.

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Lincoln: Top Ten Places for Business

Updated: 7:10 AM - New technology, genuine people, and the cost of living is what business experts say contribute to Lincoln’s business growth.

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Nebraska Student Grounded in Israel Amid Violence

Updated: 4:40 AM - Tim Turnquist's trip was all part of a study abroad program. But, after rockets landed near the Tel Aviv airport, cancelling flights, he's been unable to punch his ticket home.

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Landlords Learn Fire Safety Advice

Updated: 4:50 AM - Lincoln fire inspectors say more than 80-percent of fire deaths occur in homes with no alarm or a non-functioning alarm. Landlords in Lincoln learned valuable information designed to save their building and possible a tenant's life.

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Masonic Temple Getting Revamped

Updated: 4:55 AM - Built nearly 90 years ago, the Masonic Temple is getting revamped. Now called Tower 217 for its address on Locust St. the building will be seeing change, from lofts to entertainment.

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