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Monday, September 24th, 2018


Woman's body found in ravine near Fremont; man arrested

OMAHA (AP) — Authorities say a man paroled in June is suspected of killing an Omaha woman and dumping her body in a ravine near Fremont. Read more

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Women-only honor flight takes 135 veterans from Nebraska to D.C.

OMAHA — Since 2008, Bill and Evonne Williams have taken more than 3,500 veterans to Washington, D.C., on honor flights. Read more

With rule change rejected by governor, some Nebraska teachers-in-training left in limbo

Anita Schwartz discovered her love of teaching years after she’d earned a bachelor’s degree, so she went back to school to get her teaching certificate last year and landed a job at Crete High School. Read more

School lunch menus for Sept. 24-28

Lunch menus for the week of Sept. 24 Read more

'A total surprise' — 10 groups in Lincoln and beyond to split late veteran's $900,000 estate

Joe Meehan spent his life gathering and collecting and saving, building an estate worth nearly $1 million. Read more

Showdown in Seward: Sheriff's decision to halt I-80 drug stops spurs controversy

Sheriff's deputies in the rural, low-crime county just west of Lincoln have become known for their successes in intercepting heroin, methamphetamine and drug money being trafficked along Interstate 80. Two years ago, they arrested a lieutenant of the notorious Sinaloa drug cartel. Read more



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