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Ham Radio Can Save Lives

Updated: 06/25/2006 - If a major disaster happened here in Nebraska, we could count on one form of communication that wouldn't let us down. Unlike telephones and the Internet, ham radios, or amateur radios never fail. They were used during Hurricane Katrina, allowing public service agencies to communicate throughout the three-state area. Lincoln's local ham radio club met today to test their skills and readiness in case of any emergency here in our state.

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Rocking for Autism

Posted: 06/23/2006 - Rock-A-Thon event being held in support of fund raising for autism.

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Meth Lab Found at Ballpark

Updated: 06/23/2006 - A meth lab was found and blown up by the Lincoln Police Department on Friday. Click the video link included in the story to hear comments from a parent, a baseball player, and a police officer regarding the meth lab.

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Builder Fraud

Posted: 06/23/2006 - Attorney General Jon Bruning files charges against a home builder who Bruning says over-billed, double-billed and sometimes created invoices out of thin air.

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Petitioners

Posted: 06/23/2006 - A University of Nebraska-Lincoln police officer kicked a petition circulator off campus. But university officials say that shouldn't have happened.

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Farm Pollution

Posted: 06/23/2006 - Large chicken, hog and cattle farms might soon have to get permits from the Environment Protection Agency when animal waste from their operations finds its way into local rivers, streams and lakes.

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167th, Troop A Glad To Be Back Home

Updated: 06/22/2006 - 62 members of the 167th Troop A are back home Thursday. The unit spent a year and a half away from Nebraska and their loved ones.

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Slashed Tires

Posted: 06/22/2006 - Residents of a north Lincoln neighborhood say their cars' tires are being repeatedly slashed.

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Military Center

Posted: 06/22/2006 - The Nebraska National Guard will begin work in 2008 on a new armed forces readiness center.

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Council Members Talk About Changes

Updated: 06/21/2006 - After an economic report card is released, Lincoln City Council members say changes will be made to ensure progress will continue.

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Lincoln Receives Annual Report Card

Updated: 06/21/2006 - The city of Lincoln gets a "B" on it's economic development report card. While the city received a passing grade, consultant Angelos Angelou says there is room for improvement.

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Prison Overcrowding

Posted: 06/21/2006 - Gov. Dave Heineman says the state's prison crowding emphasizes the need to push a state plan to use more community-based correctional services for many nonviolent inmates.

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Petitions

Posted: 06/21/2006 - Attorney General Jon Bruning is investigating allegations that people were being offered a chance to win prizes in exchange for signing two petition initiatives.

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Spc. Ben Slaven Laid To Rest

Updated: 06/20/2006 - About 700 people packed Saint John Lutheran Church in Beatrice Tuesday for the funeral of Army Private First Class Ben Slaven of Plymouth.

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City Proposes State Fairgrounds Annexation

Posted: 06/20/2006 - The city of Lincoln wants to annex the state fairgrounds, effectively adding a one-and-a-half cent city sales tax to all activities.

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Campaign Spending

Posted: 06/20/2006 - Congressman Tom Osborne and Governor Dave Heineman each spent more than $1.8 million in their battle for the GOP gubernatorial nomination.

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Livers and Sampson Plead Not Guilty

Updated: 06/20/2006 - Matthew Livers and Nicholas Sampson, who are both charged with first degree murder, plead not guilty to those charges Monday.

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Minimum Wage Increase?

Updated: 06/19/2006 - Mimimum-wage workers are anxiously awaiting a decision by Congress - the House gets a chance this week to raise the minimum wage for the first time in ten years.

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Ceresco Accident

Posted: 06/19/2006 - Three people are hurt in a Saunders County accident.

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