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in Weird

Fight for your right … to get the last rib

Police say an Indiana woman got a fork in the eye in a dispute over BBQ.

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in Local

Life Without Parole to Replace Nebraska Death Penalty

Nebraska is now among 19 states that do not have the death penalty.

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in Entertainment

‘Scary Lucy’ is getting a facelift

The Lucille Ball statue that haunted a New York town is finally going to be replaced.

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in Sports, Viral Videos

Watch Steph Curry’s adorable daughter steal the post-game presser – again

Riley Curry is the hottest sports baby in the game right now.

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in Entertainment

NPR’s ‘Serial’ plans 2 more seasons

"Serial" junkies, get out your sleuthing kits again.

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in Agriculture

Clean Water Rule Released

EPA and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have finalized the Clean Water Rule. . EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy announced…

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in Agriculture

Groups Disappointed with Clean Water Rule

Common Sense Nebraska, a coalition of farm and business and consumer groups, is expressing concern with Clean Water Rule released…

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in Viral Videos

‘Animal Sound Man’ and his amazing impersonations

Give this guy an animal - any animal - and he can do a spot-on impersonation.

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in Agriculture

LB 176 Dead in Nebraska Unicameral

LB 176 is dead for this year in the Nebraska Unicameral. The bill was an attempt to change the state’s…

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in Agriculture

Bird Flu Costs Rising in Iowa

The cost of the Avian Influenza outbreak is rising daily in Iowa. As of Wednesday another 1 million commercial layers…

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in Agriculture

SD Livestock Auction Markets Address Lameness and Handling

Updates on technology, livestock health and animal welfare practices will headline the South Dakota Livestock Auction Market Association Convention this…

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in Music

Thousands mourn B.B. King with processional, music

A Dixieland jazz band walked ahead of a slow-moving black hearse carrying the body of the blues legend.

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in Entertainment

You can be on ‘House of Cards’

It's your chance to be part of a Washington scandal, and you don't even have to bribe a member of Congress.

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in Sports

Pressure mounts as FIFA scandal widens

The corruption scandal engulfing world soccer's governing body is deepening, with warnings from big sponsors and growing criticism from politicians.

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in Local

Franken Returns from Cuba

Minnesota Senator Al Franken is wrapping up a nearly week-long trip to Cuba as part of a congressional delegation that's exploring ways the U.S. can expand trade opportunities with the island nation.

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in National

FCC takes aim at annoying telemarketing calls

Those automated phone calls during the dinner hour, late at night or to your wireless phone can be so frustrating — and the government is taking note.

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in Music, Weird

Steven Tyler isn’t playing a farmer’s market

The Aerosmith frontman didn't book a gig at a small pick-your-own strawberry farm.

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in Local

Iowa Universities to Address Sexual Assault

The board that governs the three state universities in Iowa will discuss creating a campus safety and security sub-committee at its meeting next week in Ames.

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in Lifestyle

Amazon launching free, same-day delivery

The online retailer wants to make your impulse buys even more impulsive.

Recent Headlines

in Local

Plenty of Jobs in Agriculture

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A report recently released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows there are plenty of jobs in ag-related fields.

in Local

Nebraska Attorney General Questions Death Penalty Repeal

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Attorney General Doug Peterson is raising questions about the legality of a section of the death penalty repeal law passed by the legislature.

in Local

Crash Rates Highest for Teens

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A new study finds almost two-thirds of people injured or killed in crashes involving a teen driver are people -other- than the teen behind the wheel.

in Local

Nebraska Lawmakers Override Governor Again

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State legislators have overriden Governor Pete Ricketts again to pave the way for youth brought into the country illegally to apply for Nebraska driver's licenses.

in Local

Minnesota Groups Supports Waters of the US Rule

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A final rule to clarify which water bodies fall under regulations of the Clean Water Act has been released by the EPA.