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Fire at Nebraska prison sends 1 person to hospital

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A fire in a housing unit at the Lincoln Correctional Center on Saturday sent one person to the hospital, according to Lincoln Fire and Rescue. The Lincoln Journal-Star reported that emergency crews responded to the facility at about 11:30 a.m. The extent of the injuries to the person taken to the hospital wasn't known as of early Saturday afternoon, said Fire Chief Dave Engler.
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Cause of explosion sought that leveled building in Nebraska town

TAYLOR, Neb. (AP) — Investigators are looking for the cause of an explosion that leveled a vacant building in the small north-central Nebraska town of Taylor. The explosion happened Tuesday afternoon, when Loup County volunteer firefighters were called to the town of about 200 people and found the shattered ruins of a vacant downtown building that had been converted into a home.
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Lincoln police seek vehicle tied to fatal crash on US 77

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Authorities are seeking a motorist after a pedestrian was struck and killed in a collision that shut down southbound lanes of U.S. 77 for four hours in Lincoln. The Lincoln Journal-Star reports that a Lincoln police spokesperson declined to say whether the driver of a car...
LINCOLN, NE
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Vacant building explodes in small central-Nebraska town

TAYLOR, Neb. (AP) - Investigators are looking for the cause of an explosion that leveled a vacant building in the small north-central Nebraska town of Taylor. The explosion happened Tuesday afternoon when Loup County volunteer firefighters were called to the town of about 200 people and found the shattered ruins of a vacant downtown building that had been converted into a home.
LOUP COUNTY, NE
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Jim Johnson named managing editor for O’Rourke papers

Jim Johnson, the new managing editor of the O’Rourke Media Group newspapers in western Wisconsin and southeastern Minnesota, introduced himself to readers in a column Thursday. Johnson will oversee five publications, two of which are online-only. They include the (Hudson) Star-Observer and River Falls Journal in Wisconsin and the Cannon...
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Blue Devil Football To Close Regular Season At Pierce

PIERCE – A pair of northeast Nebraska football teams who have either been falling in the rankings or staying in the same spot the past few weeks will meet Friday night on the gridiron. Wayne High is scheduled to visit Pierce on Friday, October 22 at 7 p.m. Join Sports...
PIERCE, NE
Daily Nebraskan

YikYak is back, but you might not be as anonymous as you think

The revival of the app YikYak in 2021 has allowed individuals to anonymously post about their communities, including those at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. However, even on the app that heralds anonymity as it’s claim to fame, no one is truly anonymous. According to a search warrant filed in the...
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Prep Extra Podcast: With Week 9 brings the postseason. Also, debating the current playoffs format

Welcome to Episode 6 of the Prep Extra Podcast presented by The Lincoln Journal Star. This week on the Prep Extra Podcast, hosts Geoff Exstrom and Luke Mullin break down a Week 8 highlighted by a battle of undefeated teams in Class C-1. Then, after a quick discussion of a fresh set of ratings, Geoff and Luke answer the question that becomes relevant this time of the year: Do we like the football playoff format? Next, both hosts break down the last week of the regular season for Classes A through C with three top 10 matchups in A and a cluster of teams battling for a playoff spot in C-1. In addition, they take a quick glance at the Class D playoffs before they begin Thursday.
LINCOLN, NE
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Republican congressman expects to be charged with lying to the FBI

It's not every day when a sitting member of Congress gets criminally charged, so when an elected lawmaker announces to the public that he's expecting to face a felony charge, it's bound to get some attention. The Lincoln Journal Star in Nebraska reported this morning:. Rep. Jeff Fortenberry expects the...
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