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Playskool Recalls Toy After Deaths Of Two Toddlers

Updated: 09/22/2006 - In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Playskool, is voluntarily recalling about 255,000 Team Talkin’ Tool Bench toys following the deaths of two young children.

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Deer Harassment

Posted: 09/22/2006 - A South Dakota man was sentenced Wednesday to two years probation for chasing a herd of mule deer with a helicopter in a Nebraska national forest.

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Lincoln Drinking

Posted: 09/22/2006 - Lincoln's drinking problem isn't just among college students.

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Forbes-Billionaire

Posted: 09/22/2006 - Five Nebraskans make this year's Forbes magazine list of the 400 richest Americans.

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Ricketts Campaign

Posted: 09/21/2006 - Republican Pete Ricketts has contributed $2.5 million more to his campaign for U.S. Senate, nearly doubling his outlay for the general election.

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Ponzi Scheme

Posted: 09/21/2006 - Several members of a group that state regulators said was operating a Ponzi scheme to cheat investors have been arrested.

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More E.coli Cases Reported in Nebraska

Posted: 09/19/2006 - Nebraska Health and Human Services is investigating 11 cases of E.coli bacteria that may be connected to the nationwide outbreak linked to bagged spinach.

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London Accident

Posted: 09/19/2006 - A 65 year-old Lincoln attorney is dead after being hit by a car as he walked across the street in London, England, on Sunday night.

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Governor's Debate

Posted: 09/19/2006 - The men running for Governor will meet face to face for the second time Tuesday.

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Northeast Lincoln Fire

Posted: 09/18/2006 - Officials say a Lincoln house fire has been put out.

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Fish Study

Posted: 09/18/2006 - Fishermen stand to benefit from a study of juvenile fish survival in southwest Nebraska reservoirs.

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Capital Furniture

Posted: 09/18/2006 - The State Capitol is getting a back-to-the-future furniture update.

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Tornadoes Strike Again

Updated: 09/16/2006 - For the second night straight, tornado sirens sounded in eastern Nebraska. A tornado was reported as touching down at 180th & Harrison in Omaha.

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Wahoo Flooded

Updated: 09/17/2006 - Friday night storms caused severe flooding in Wahoo, Nebraska, forcing many roads to close.

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Fans in Hollywood

Posted: 09/16/2006 - Big Red fans were focused on the USC Trojans Saturday night...but until then, they spent time sightseeing in L.A.!

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House Fire

Posted: 09/15/2006 - There were no injuries in a Lincoln house fire that started about 5:20 a.m. Friday just north of 14th and A Streets.

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Bar Manager

Posted: 09/15/2006 - John Caporale admits hiring Melissa Midwest to host a wet T-shirt contest was a mistake he says won't be repeated.

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Long Ride

Posted: 09/15/2006 - It's a journey of 27,000 miles, and on horseback, it could take eight years.

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Not Forgotten

Updated: 09/14/2006 - September 15th is the 27th annual national holiday called POW/MIA Day. Many organizations around the state are recognizing the holiday. For some ex-prisoners of war, it's been more than 60 years but they remember the experience like it was yesterday.

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County Attorney Investigating Homicide

Updated: 09/14/2006 - The Dodge County Attorney is investigating the homicide of a Fremont man. 68 year-old Robert Berry was found dead in a building where he ran his business and lived for several years.

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POW Ceremony

Posted: 09/14/2006 - A ceremony to remember U.S. prisoners of war and those listed as missing in action is set for Thursday in Lincoln.

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