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Spending Lid

Updated: 07/28/2006 - Democratic gubernatorial candidate David Hahn is wondering why Republican Gov. Dave Heineman is taking so long to study the ballot initiative calling for a cap on state spending.

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GOP Director

Posted: 07/28/2006 - Senator Chuck Hagel's chief of staff, Lou Ann Linehan, has been appointed interim executive director of the Nebraska Republican Party for the month of August.

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Internet Auction

Posted: 07/28/2006 - State Treasurer Ron Ross says the items were valued at just more than $800, but netted almost $1,800 earlier this month.

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Trey Comes Home

Updated: 07/27/2006 - An eighth month old Lincoln baby is home after a liver transplant in Omaha.

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Tribal Casinos

Posted: 07/27/2006 - Indian tribes would be blocked from building Las Vegas-style casinos off reservations under legislation approved by a House committee.

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Japan-U.S. Beef

Posted: 07/27/2006 - Japanese officials say Japan will approve the resumption of U.S.- beef imports from selected meat processing plants Thursday.

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Petition Publishing

Posted: 07/27/2006 - Democracy ain't cheap -- just ask Secretary of State John Gale.

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Lincoln Sex Sting

Updated: 07/26/2006 - A Lincoln man is arrested in an undercover police sting for allegedly trying to have sex with someone he thought was a 15-year-old girl.

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West Nile Virus

Posted: 07/26/2006 - The Four Corners Health Department says some birds in Henderson, York and rural Polk County have tested positive for the West Nile virus.

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Bolton Visit

Posted: 07/26/2006 - John Bolton, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, leads off the -N Thompson lecture series at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln on Sept. 8.

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Official Cleared

Posted: 07/26/2006 - A special prosecutor has cleared Holt County Attorney Tom Herzog of any wrongdoing following a complaint filed by the local sheriff over Herzog's handling of the county's drug funds.

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Saddam Back in Court

Updated: 07/26/2006 - Saddam Hussein is back in court for the first time since his hunger strike and hospitalization.

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Businesses Can Ban Concealed Weapons

Updated: 07/25/2006 - On January 1, 2007, Nebraska's conceal and carry law will go into effect. While Lincoln's City Council voted to shoot down a measure to ban concealed weapons, business owners can ban guns on their property.

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L.P.S. Budget

Posted: 07/25/2006 - Lincoln school leaders hope to have more choices when it comes to next year's budget.

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Fairgrounds Annexation

Posted: 07/25/2006 - Nebraska's State Fair Park soon will be joining the city of Lincoln.

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Five Residents Die in Mobile Home Fire

Updated: 07/25/2006 - Madison County attorney Joe Smith said five people died in a fire that destroyed a mobile home in Norfolk early Monday morning.

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Bridal Show

Posted: 07/24/2006 - It's wedding season, and if you've planned a marriage before you it's enough work to turn anyone into a "bridezilla"! A weekend bridal show helped to ease the stress on bride and grooms-to-be with one-stop shopping.

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Community Rallies Behind Preemie Twins

Updated: 07/24/2006 - Jeremiah and Jonas Jefferson were born 4 1/2 months early. Sunday, a golf fundraiser aimed to help the family with medical costs to care for the premature twins.

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Water Main Causes Street Closure

Posted: 07/24/2006 - You may need to change your route to work! A water main break has closed down streets at 30th and Randolph in Lincoln.

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Irrigation Shutdowns

Updated: 07/23/2006 - This week, the state ordered irrigation wells be turned off along the Big Blue and Little Blue rivers. Farmers are worried these shut-downs could take a toll on crops this season.

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Diesel Shortage

Posted: 07/23/2006 - Supplies of diesel fuel are tight in some parts of Nebraska. Governor Dave Heineman has issued a temporary waiver so truckers making fuel deliveries could work longer hours within Nebraska.

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Shriners Help Local Kids

Updated: 07/22/2006 - The 2006 Shrine Bowl is just one fundraiser event planned by the Shriners of North America. They raise billions of dollars to fund the Shriner hospitals and Saturday morning they celebrated their efforts at the Shrine Bowl Parade.

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Land Retirement Payments

Updated: 07/22/2006 - Starting Monday, some Republican River Basin farmers can apply for payments to retire some irrigated land.

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