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Boy Drowns in Harlan County Lake

Posted: 06/05/2006 - An eight-year-old boy fell off a pontoon boat last evening and drowned in Harlan County Lake.

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Gambling

Posted: 06/05/2006 - Gambling opponents say the state shouldn't allow the latest gambling proposals because the constitution prohibits submitting similar ballot proposals more than once in three years.

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Home Makeover

Updated: 06/03/2006 - Lincoln area volunteers and businesses provide local family with much-needed home repairs.

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Bike Safety

Updated: 06/03/2006 - Schools are out and temperatures are high, that means more and more people will be hitting the streets on two wheels. Using common sense and obeying the rules of the road could mean the difference between a fun summer and a deadly one.

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Grill Recall

Posted: 06/03/2006 - If you plan on grilling out for dinner tonight, you may want to take a closer look at your barbecue. 16,000 grills have been recalled because of a gas leak/fire hazard.

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Volunteers Prepare for Cattlemen's Ball

Updated: 06/02/2006 - Another cancer fundraiser is set for tomorrow. The Cattlemen's Ball has become a huge event for cancer research in Nebraska. It also celebrates one of the state's biggest industries...beef. Tomorrow the "Red, White and Blue River Ball" will bring 3,500 people to Milford and they hope to raise more than $650,000.

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Toxic Algae Alert

Updated: 06/02/2006 - One of southeast Nebraska's most popular lakes, Pawnee Lake, is now under a health alert. The culprit? Toxic algae - the same problem that has already shut down Omaha's Carter Lake and the Saunders County Thomas Lakes.

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Presidential Visit Set

Updated: 06/02/2006 - Senator Ben Nelson's office announces schedule for President Bush's visit to Omaha next week.

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Former NU Coach Solich Will Fight DUI Conviction

Posted: 06/02/2006 - According to The Sporting News, former Nebraska and current Ohio University football coach Frank Solich will fight his DUI conviction based on new evidence.

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New Firefighters

Updated: 06/02/2006 - Eighteen new people will be protecting capital city residents starting Friday.

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Spending Petition

Posted: 06/02/2006 - Petition drive to limit spending gets $100,000 donation.

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BRAN

Updated: 06/02/2006 - Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska will be held June 4th through the 10th 2006 with Broken Bow being the starting point.

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Antelope Valley Tours

Updated: 06/02/2006 - You've heard all about the Antelope Valley Project: the multi-million dollar city improvement project that's been in the works since 1992. But wouldn't you understand projects like these better if you could see them for yourself? Well, now you can!

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Home Makeover

Updated: 06/02/2006 - A local company is doing their own version of a home makeover show and it's happening right here in Lincoln.

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Blood Donors Needed

Posted: 06/01/2006 - When was the last time you gave blood? Whether it's been a few weeks or even if you've never donated, now is the time!

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Wahoo Bypass

Updated: 06/01/2006 - Financial problems have delayed a project to create a four-lane U-S Highway 77 bypass around Wahoo for at least five years.

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Rates Going Up on Student Loans

Updated: 05/31/2006 - Like all the other rates, interest rates for students loans are going up. But you can avoid the higher rates by consolidating loans before July 1st.

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Bicycle/Vehicle Accident

Posted: 05/31/2006 - The Lancaster County Sheriff's Department is investigating a deadly bicycle/vehicle accident.

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Power Outage

Updated: 05/31/2006 - Lincoln Electric System workers were busy this morning fixing a power outage.

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Nebraska Unemployment Increases

Updated: 05/31/2006 - The state's Labor Department says estimated 33,716 workers were unemployed in April, an increase of an estimated 2,388 unemployed workers from March.

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UNO Athlete Injured in Fall From Car

Updated: 05/31/2006 - A volleyball player from the University of Nebraska at Omaha suffered head injuries early yesterday when she fell from a moving car on the outskirts of Lincoln.

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