The utility that owns the troubled Fort Calhoun nuclear power plant in eastern Nebraska says it hopes to have the plant ready to operate by the end of June, despite word Friday that it has a long way to go before federal regulators allow it to restart.
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The Nebraska Supreme Court says Omaha school officials violated a student's constitutional rights by searching his truck parked on a public street.
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Golfers who have played on City courses are encouraged to complete a survey as part of a study by the National Golf Foundation (NGF).
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Authorities say Nebraska's preliminary unemployment rate declined to 3.7 percent in April after registering 3.8 percent for four straight months.
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Columbus officials have decided to employ plastic coyote decoys to keep some pesky varmints from tearing up Quail Run Golf Course.
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Sentencing has been rescheduled for a Blair woman who was convicted of negligent child abuse in the drowning of a toddler at her day care facility.
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The public can learn more about the progress being made at the Fort Calhoun nuclear plant on Friday.
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The Omaha Police Department is holding another Gun Amnesty Day to collect unwanted or illegal guns and ammunition.
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June 19 is the deadline to apply for an open county court judgeship in eastern Nebraska.
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The Sarpy County attorney has dismissed charges filed against a Bellevue police officer after his cruiser collided with two vehicles on an icy road.
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Lawmakers are slated to vote again on a failed attempt to repeal a Nebraska city sales tax law.
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A principal in southeast Nebraska spent part of the day on the school's roof to reward students for their good test scores.
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A proposal to increase mental health services for children throughout Nebraska has won first-round approval from lawmakers.
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Authorities say that just five days after 37-year-old Daniel Cano left prison after serving time for drunken driving, he was caught driving drunk again.
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A firefighter and a house occupant have been treated for injuries after a fire that gutted the house in northeast Nebraska.
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Well, thanks to some much needed spring showers, our lawns are looking pretty green right now... except for those bare spots. So, now we're in recovery mode. How can we get that turf back in shape?
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The organizers of a concert held last summer at Lincoln's Haymarket Park are suing a Lincoln-based minor league baseball team, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and its baseball stadium for fraud and breach of contract.
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Mayor Chris Beutler today announced the winners of the annual water conservation poster contest.
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A 42-year-old accused of three child sex assault charges appeared in Lancaster County Court Thursday morning.
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Crowdfunding has become a popular way for anyone to invest in a business startup over the Internet, but experts say the trend is not without its perils.
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BNSF Railway and ADM have settled a lawsuit filed over injuries suffered by a railroad conductor during a Lincoln accident in 2008.
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Omaha authorities say a little girl who fell out a second-story window is expected to survive her injuries.
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The Stuhr Museum Foundation hopes to raise $7 million for renovations.
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The Grand Island City Council had a busy Tuesday meeting, approving two multi-million dollar sewer projects and a grant that could fund new police hires.
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The Federal Reserve says farm income growth slowed across the Plains and western states in the first quarter as costs increased and the drought lingered.
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