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Families from area shelters treated to meal at Old Chicago
Omaha police investigate two Sunday shootings
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UNL report casts doubt on use of corn-crop leftovers for ethanol
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Iowa inmate escapes from work release facility
West Des Moines police find body, burning vehicle
Iowa legislative leaders push for adjournment
Teen dies while climbing onto moving Des Moines freight train
Year One without No. 3: The good, bad and uncertain
Nebraska on its own with drug enforcement costs tied to Colorado pot sales
Sole big donor to Beau McCoy says he expects nothing in return
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Former boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter dies at 76
Nebraskans sought for resources commission
Lakes rehab project readied in northern Nebraska
Researchers study section of Nebraska sod home
Thriving Nebraska technology company says it's 'the nature of our society' to automate jobs
Night hike planned at Homestead National Monument
Clayton Anderson to appear at Astronomy Day at Morrill Hall
UNL Extension forester offers tips on tree, shrub planting
Fire departments, Cass County water district fight over hydrants
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