Updated: 3:39 PM Wayne Brady, Jonathan Mangum, Cat Gray and Tiffany Coyne are the four people you see when you watch Let's Make a Deal. But it actually takes 125 people to make the show happen. Two of those people are from Nebraska.
Updated: 3:31 PM People who aren't from Nebraska sometimes have a stereotypical view of what the state is like. But when 10/11's Chad Silber posed the question, Let's Make a Deal host Wayne Brady painted a rather unusual picture. Hint: It involves elves, unicorns and Cornhuskers.
Updated: 3:25 PM First News Nebraska Anchor Chad Silber and Senior Producer Amber Smith traveled to Los Angeles, California to show viewers what goes on Behind the Scenes of some of the shows you see on 10/11. While there, they toured some of LA's hot spots to give viewers back in Nebraska a taste of the entertainment mecca.
Updated: 2:52 PM The week of February 4th is Hollywood Week on First News Nebraska. FNN Anchor Chad Silber and Senior Producer Amber Smith traveled to Los Angeles, California to show viewers what goes on Behind the Scenes of some of the shows you see on 10/11.
Updated: 3:07 PM A year after UNL waged war with a bed bug infestation that affected dorms all over campus, University officials look back at what happened, the communication break down and how things changed to prevent a similar outbreak.
Updated: 3:04 PM The Keystone XL has become a passionate topic for many landowners along the proposed routes. In part two of this special report, landowners talk about their stances and how they think a compromise can be reached.
Updated: 3:00 PM In just a little more than two weeks, Governor Dave Heineman is expected to make his decision on the Keystone XL. As they await his decision, landowners along the new proposed route voiced their reasons for supporting and opposing the project.
Updated: 5:06 PM Many people across the globe believed the world would end Friday, December 21. We found one man who isn't buying into the hype, but is investing millions into a facility that will one day serve that purpose.
Updated: 5:27 PM You've heard the stories about inmates walking away from their work release jobs, trying to avoid going back to prison. We looked into the program and investigated how many people make it through, earning their way back into society, and how many walk away.
Updated: 6:18 AM When a rural school closes, it has a lasting effect on the community. Many Nebraska towns know what it's like to lose the community cohesiveness and identity. But it doesn't have to end like that for all rural towns.
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