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Omaha Couple Fights for Parenting Rights in D.C.

Updated: 11:06 PM - Nick Kramer and Jason Cadek are in Washington D.C. fighting not just for themselves, but their daughter. With a hearing set in the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday, they said they just want to be recognized as a couple for their rights and their daughter's.

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Lance's Journal: Sofie Tate Inspires, Apr. 27, 2015

Posted: 7:06 PM - Back in April of 2004, the very first edition of Lance's Video Journal hit the air at 10/11. And over the past 11 years, Lance Schwartz has been busy sharing the intriguing stories of many notable Nebraskans. This 600th edition of Lance's Journal celebrates the latest in a long line of captivating characters who Lance has highlighted over the years.

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Road Construction Causes Mail Delays

Posted: 6:38 PM - Neighbors who live near 71st and Vine Street said they received no warning the construction on their block would effect their mail.

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UNL Students Raise Money for Nepal Earthquake Victims

Updated: 4:40 AM - Several Nepalese students now call the University of Nebraska - Lincoln campus home, but the home that's in their hearts is Nepal. Instead of dwelling on what's happened there, they want to make a difference and that's what they did Sunday.

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Milford Teen Couldn't Go To Prom, So Prom Came To Her

Updated: 4:45 AM - Great Gatsby the theme, Children's Hospital the scene. It's not typically the place a prom queen is crowned, but it was the least they could do - nurses and staff - to ensure Madison Hurd, 16, didn't miss out on her special night.

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Earthquake's Shock Felt in Nebraska

Updated: 5:03 AM - Members of the Nepalese Students Association, or NSA, met at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln East Campus Union Saturday afternoon, offering each other support and comfort just hours after an earthquake destroyed parts of their homeland.

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Child/May Fifth Festival Held at Lincoln High

Updated: 5:05 AM - Hundreds of people in Lincoln celebrated the important of family, children and tradition Saturday. It was the third annual Child/May Fifth Festival held at Lincoln High School.

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Gering Man Indicted on Federal Child Pornography Charges

Updated: 5:06 AM - A 60-year-old Gering man has been indicted on federal child pornography charges Richard Rinker was indicted earlier this week on one count of receipt and distribution of child pornography and one count of possession of child pornography.

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Healthy Kids Day at Cooper YMCA

Posted: 04/25/2015 - The Cooper YMCA hosted Healthy Kids Day 2015 to teach kids about living a happier, and healthier life when the school year ends.

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Thousands Walk to Raise Awareness for Heart Disease

Updated: 8:12 AM - The 2015 Lincoln Heart Walk raised more than $130,000 dollars and hosted about 2,000 walkers who supported the American Heart Association in raising awareness and funds for cardiovascular disease.

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Small Businesses Flourishing in Lincoln

Posted: 04/24/2015 - Lincoln's been featured in NPR and on Nerd Wallet as one of the best places to fire up your start up. Entrepreneurs say the traction is continuing to grow.

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Lance's Journal: Hastings College Rodeo, Apr. 24, 2015

Posted: 04/24/2015 - Hastings College just might be the only liberal arts college in America that has a rodeo team. Six years ago, the Broncos added rodeo to their impressive collection of collegiate sports.

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