Iowa man, dog rescued from frigid lake water in Nebraska

Authorities say an Iowa man rescued his dog before other people came to his rescue after he and the dog broke through lake ice in northeast Nebraska
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Nebraska schools getting new mental health services

Nebraska schools are getting new resources for students with mental and behavioral health problems
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Man gets 5 years in Iowa prison for ramming police vehicles

A Sioux City man accused of ramming police cars on a chase that began in Nebraska has been sentenced to five more years in an Iowa prison
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Friday's Scores

Friday's Scores
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City sues owner of grain elevator that exploded

South Sioux City has sued the owner of the grain elevator that exploded earlier this year
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Renewable energy plant cited for sewage discharge violations

A Nebraska renewable energy plant has been accused of several violations of its permit to discharge sewage into a regional wastewater treatment plant
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Today in Nebraska for September

Today in Nebraska for September
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Nebraska plant faces another emissions violation notice

A northeast Nebraska renewable energy plant has received another notice about emissions violations
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Groups seek again to legalize casinos at Nebraska tracks

Groups that want to legalize casinos at Nebraska horse racing tracks are teaming up for another effort
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Nebraska nonprofit opens new location in Wayne

A nonprofit organization that provides services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault has opened its new location in Wayne.
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Iowa trial set for man charged in 2-state police chase

An October trial in Sioux City has been scheduled for a man accused of ramming police cars on a chase that began in northeast Nebraska and ended in western Iowa
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Nebraska plant faces another air quality violation notice

The Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality has issued a new violation notice to a renewable energy plant that residents have complained about over its odo
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Man injured in Nebraska grain elevator blast dies

Authorities say a man injured in an explosion at a northeast Nebraska grain elevator has died
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Treatment plan approved for man acquitted of killing wife

A judge has approved a mental health treatment plan for a man who was acquitted by reason of insanity of killing his wife outside a northeast Nebraska police st
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Can I fly with CBD products?

Whether it's your first time hopping on an airplane or your thirtieth, flying can be nerve-racking. Everything from booking the flight to navigating a busy airp
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Farmers back Ricketts property tax plan; others opposed

Gov. Pete Ricketts' plan to curtail sharp increases in property taxes is drawing favorable reviews from Nebraska farmers, but some rural lawmakers say more is n
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Senators advance bill to add judge in Douglas County

A bill that would add another judge to Nebraska's largest county to help with a growing caseload has won first-round approval in the Legislature
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The Most Popular Trader Joe's Item Is This Asian-Inspired Sauce

While it may seem like there is a new cult-favorite Trader Joe' s item every month, some products are consistently more popular than others. And as it turns out
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No. 10 Michigan State knocks off No. 7 Michigan 77-70

Cassius Winston had 27 points and eight assists, and 10th-ranked Michigan State moved into sole possession of first place in the Big Ten with a 77-70 victory ov
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Investor Warren Buffett to make lengthy TV appearance Monday

Investor Warren Buffett will appear on live television for three hours Monday morning to answer questions after releasing his annual letter to Berkshire Hathawa
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Divisive whistleblower is Ohio State doc's loudest accuser

Among the 150-plus men alleging sexual misconduct by a former Ohio State team doctor, ex-wrestler Mike DiSabato has been the loudest
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Snow, wind combines to make travel hard in Nebraska, Iowa

Travel remains difficult in eastern Nebraska and much of Iowa after a strong winter storm moved across the area
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Banks turn to Nebraska lawmakers in fight with credit unions

A national fight between for-profit banks and nonprofit credit unions is spilling into Nebraska, and state lawmakers could get caught in the middle
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Commission sets spring workshops for turkey hunting

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has scheduled several workshops to help spring turkey hunters
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