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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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Murdock Murder Update

Updated: 06/19/2006 - Two area men accused of double murder get their chance to speak out in court Monday.

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Homecoming for Fallen Soldier

Posted: 06/18/2006 - In a touching show of support, more than 100 friends, family and even complete strangers lined the streets of Central City late Friday night in a bittersweet homecoming for their fallen soldier, Lance Corporal Brent Zoucha.

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Summer Travel

Updated: 06/18/2006 - 67 campers from states like Minnesota, Iowa, Wyoming and Wisconsin are touring Lincoln for the annual "North Central Hitchhiker RV Rally." The RV-ers spent Saturday touring UNL's campus and Haymarket Park. So, we wanted to know if the high gas prices are putting a damper on their travel plans and others this summer.

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Tree Dispute

Posted: 06/16/2006 - The Lincoln Electric System power company holds off on removing trees.

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Drought Continues in Nebraska

Updated: 06/16/2006 - Despite last night's rain and more today in much of Nebraska, experts say we're still in a drought. They say we need to be concerned about water supplies in the Platte river, the source of almost 90% of Lincoln's water supply. If those supplies don't improve, Lincoln residents may face mandatory water restrictions as soon as July.

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Former Regent Dies

Posted: 06/16/2006 - Former NU Regent Ed Schwartzkopf died at his Lincoln home Thursday.

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Bush Nominee

Posted: 06/16/2006 - The White House says President Bush will appoint Nebraska's director of Health and Human Services to a post in the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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Practice Fields Named In Honor of Ticket Holders

Posted: 06/16/2006 - Two Husker football practice fields are named in honor of 30-year season ticket holders whose family made a large donation to the University of Nebraska Athletic Department.

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Baby Born In Hospital Parking Garage

Posted: 06/16/2006 - Micah and Koya Dorner thought they had plenty of time. After all, they thought, it takes only 15 minutes to get to the Lincoln hospital, and they'd already been through the labor and delivery of their daughter Athalie.

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Hy-Vee Plans for O Street

Updated: 06/15/2006 - New developments are in the works for the revitalization project near 48th and O Street.

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UNMC Officials Says Public Health College Could Bring Money

Posted: 06/15/2006 - The University of Nebraska Board of Regents will hear the pitch today. But it won't decide until July whether public health will become the first new college created at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha in nearly 40 years.

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Astronaut Training for Nebraska's Teens

Updated: 06/14/2006 - Some Nebraska teenagers are training to be astronauts this summer. Wednesday the teens spent the day scuba diving; it's one of only two ways to experience zero-gravity, like in space.

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Senate Ads

Posted: 06/14/2006 - Want to fire up a bunch of Republicans? Mention Ronald Reagan.

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Property Protest Hearings Begin

Updated: 06/14/2006 - The battle over property valuations is just beginning. On June 1st, more than 100,000 new valuations were mailed to Lancaster County residents. Tuesday, some of those owners got their opportunity to protest their new assessment.

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