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Pipe Organ Prodigy

Posted: 07/17/2006 - Samuel Gaskin loves to play the organ, in fact when he travels the country, he's always on the lookout for a good place to play.

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Camp Coholo

Posted: 07/17/2006 - A special camp is underway to help kids with cancer.

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Athletes Deal with the Heat

Updated: 07/17/2006 - The high temperatures couldn't have come at a worse time, as the annual Cornhusker State Games kicked off Saturday morning, where thousands of athletes are competing in outdoor events.

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Storm Damage

Updated: 07/14/2006 - Some residents living in Otoe County spent the day cleaning up damage that Thursday's storms left behind.

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Cocaine Controversy

Posted: 07/14/2006 - The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled yesterday in the case Terron Brown, who was convicted of conspiring to distribute crack in the Omaha area.

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Heat-Pets

Posted: 07/14/2006 - When the extreme heat descends on Nebraska this weekend, pets may need special protection.

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Hot Cattle

Posted: 07/14/2006 - Livestock producers will be scrambling to beat the heat through the rest of this week with triple-digit temperatures expected.

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Family Prepares for Soldier's Return Home

Updated: 07/13/2006 - Members of the 209th Regional Training Institute are home from Afghanistan but before their arrival, family members were getting ready.

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Soldiers Return Home

Updated: 07/13/2006 - 31 Army National Guard soldiers returned home from Afghanistan Thursday.

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Fire Truck Inspections Completed

Updated: 07/13/2006 - The last of Lincoln's newest fire trucks have been inspected. The completed inspections mean Mayor Coleen Seng will soon receive the report that reveals exactly what is wrong with the trucks.

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Short Sex Offender Labeled Class 3

Updated: 07/13/2006 - A sex offender whose 5'1" height led a judge to give him probation instead of a prison sentence has been classified by the state as a high risk to reoffend.

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Hot Cattle

Updated: 07/13/2006 - With triple-digit temperatures expected throughout the rest of the week, livestock producers will be scrambling to beat the heat.

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DEQ Says Ammonia Killed Fish

Updated: 07/13/2006 - The Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality may have found the cause of thousands of fish deaths in Salt Creek.

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Summer Help for the Homeless

Updated: 07/13/2006 - The Matt Talbot Kitchen & Outreach Program is looking for items to help the working poor and homeless during the summer.

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Schools Petition

Posted: 07/13/2006 - A group pushing a petition to save the state's smallest schools failed to gather enough signatures to get its measure on the November ballot.

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Japan Beef

Posted: 07/13/2006 - U.S. officials hope Japan will lift its ban on American beef within weeks of completing inspections of 35 U.S. beef plants on July 21.

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Fire Department Investigation Continues

Updated: 07/12/2006 - Lincoln's newest firetrucks are being inspected again. The inspections are part of a three-part investigation of the fire department.

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Councilman Taps Former Judge For Investigation

Updated: 07/12/2006 - Lincoln Councilman Jon Camp taps a former Lancaster County Judge and Sheriff to conduct his investigation of the Lincoln Fire Department; pending approval from the City Council.

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Jeopardy! Clue Crew Visits UNL

Updated: 07/12/2006 - It's a team that travels the country looking for syndicated game show clues. If you answered, "What is the Jeopardy! Clue Crew?", you're right!

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Casinos Not on Ballot

Posted: 07/12/2006 - Secretary of State John Gale says that a measure asking voters to approve casino gambling will not be allowed on the November ballot. However, video keno will be allowed.

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Arrest Made in 1997 Murder Case

Updated: 07/11/2006 - The Lincoln Police Department believes they have finally solved a nine year long murder investigation.

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Injured Soldier Returns Home

Updated: 07/11/2006 - First Lieutenant Bret Wellensiek woke up in Nebraska Tuesday morning, which is quite a change from serving in Iraq.

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Ethanol Study

Posted: 07/11/2006 - USDA study questions long-term profitability of sugar-to-ethanol.

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