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Attempts continue to identify human arm bone found by hunter near North Platte River

Lincoln Journal Star 20 Jan 2022
18, a hunter setting up a goose blind near the North Platte River on property between Minatare and Melbeta, not far from Link 79E on Nebraska 92, found part of a lower arm bone ... With 30 violent crimes in 2019 and a population of 12,771 (the smallest on our list), the city in northeast Nebraska had 2.35 violent crimes per 1,000 people.
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Warrants issued for two Kearney residents in connection to homicide

Lincoln Journal Star 20 Jan 2022
Most dangerous cities in Nebraska. Dangerous Cities in Nebraska. See how your hometown ranks among the most dangerous cities in Nebraska ... With 30 violent crimes in 2019 and a population of 12,771 (the smallest on our list), the city in northeast Nebraska had 2.35 violent crimes per 1,000 people.
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Local COVID cases on the rise

The Columbus Telegram 20 Jan 2022
The Good Neighbor Community Health Center in Columbus announced last week a partnership with the Nebraska Public Health Laboratory and Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to bring back free community testing ... Of Nebraska’s population, 65.76% have been fully vaccinated while 6.72% have been partially vaccinated.
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Nebraska Legislature advances DNA collection bill over some senators' objections

Norfolk Daily News 20 Jan 2022
Between 2010 and 2020, Nebraska saw a 16% rise in its prison population. This was due in part to a gun violence bill passed by the Nebraska Legislature in 2009 ... Amendments to Nebraska's bill brought it into alignment with a law that the U.S ... Bill would restrict how Nebraska schools, government treat race and sex.
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Cambridge man shot after hitting Red Willow deputy with car

Lincoln Journal Star 19 Jan 2022
The Nebraska State Patrol was asked to conduct the investigation. Most dangerous cities in Nebraska. Dangerous Cities in Nebraska ... With 30 violent crimes in 2019 and a population of 12,771 (the smallest on our list), the city in northeast Nebraska had 2.35 violent crimes per 1,000 people.
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How Nebraska’s Birth Rate Compares to the Nation

Norfolk Daily News 19 Jan 2022
birth rate is well below what is referred to as "replacement-level fertility," the birth rate a country must maintain to keep population levels stable without immigration ... Excluding net migration -- the number of people who moved to or from the state -- Nebraska's population expanded by 0.22% over the 12 months ending in July 2021.
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Jerry Sonnenberg: Time for Colorado to unite to save our water

The Tribune Greeley 19 Jan 2022
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts is an elected official who I have always thought does a good job — especially for agriculture — and someone that I tend to support ... Our compact says that we must deliver 120 cubic feet per second to Nebraska between April 1 and October 15.
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Family surprises dad with full DQ experience in Wahoo for birthday

Scottsbluff StarHerald 18 Jan 2022
12 Nebraska towns you've probably never heard of ... Cairo, population 785 as of 2010, is named after the city in Egypt, and many street names (and the camel sign) reflect the theme ... Rick Neibel/Nebraska Tourism ... Rick Neibel/Nebraska Tourism ... Champion, population 103 as of the 2010 Census, is in Chase County in far southwest Nebraska ... Nebraska Tourism.
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Nebraska’s overcrowded, understaffed prisons: Costly, unsafe for prisoners and guards

Omaha World-Herald 18 Jan 2022
In the minutes before 5 a.m., a group of Nebraska correctional officers arrives at the Omaha Correctional Center, a few miles east of downtown ... The men at Tecumseh, Diagnostic and Evaluation and the Lincoln Correctional Center — who together comprise roughly 40% of Nebraska’s male prison population — can’t see visitors on weekends.
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Alliance man files to run for state attorney general race

The North Platte Telegraph 18 Jan 2022
... Air Force and Army National Guard, Bolinger said he wants to focus on programs to reduce recidivism in order to decrease the prison population in Nebraska.
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'One of the darkest times of the pandemic': Nebraska hospital leaders share fears as COVID-19 ...

Norfolk Daily News 18 Jan 2022
26 to about 650 this week, the Nebraska Hospital Association said Monday ... Ricketts says Nebraska Medicine shouldn't perform non-emergency surgeries ... Mazanec said she expects those numbers could climb higher in the coming weeks, and persist 1-2 weeks after the latest wave begins to subside in the more populous areas of eastern Nebraska ... Nebraska.
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Hospital leaders fear surge of COVID-19 patients is on the way; urge Nebraskans to help

Norfolk Daily News 18 Jan 2022
26 to about 650 this week, the Nebraska Hospital Association said Monday ... Ricketts says Nebraska Medicine shouldn't perform non-emergency surgeries ... Mazanec said she expects those numbers could climb higher in the coming weeks, and persist 1-2 weeks after the latest wave begins to subside in the more populous areas of eastern Nebraska ... Nebraska.
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Hospital leaders fear surge of COVID patients is on the way; urge Nebraskans to help

Norfolk Daily News 18 Jan 2022
26 to around 650 this week, the Nebraska Hospital Association said on Monday ... Ricketts says Nebraska Medicine shouldn't perform non-emergency surgeries ... Mazanec said she expects those numbers could climb higher in the coming weeks, and persist 1-2 weeks after the latest wave begins to subside in the more populous areas of eastern Nebraska ... Nebraska.
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Campus Conversations Season 2 Ep. 1: Reflections with Ronnie Green

The Daily Nebraskan 18 Jan 2022
... we have in the best interest of our campus community as we talked about earlier given the current conditions around us and the fact that we are one of the densest communities and populations of people from all walks, all places, all sources here at UNL in the state of Nebraska.
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One man dead in Kearney shooting

Beatrice Daily Sun 17 Jan 2022
Most dangerous cities in Nebraska. Dangerous Cities in Nebraska. See how your hometown ranks among the most dangerous cities in Nebraska ... With 30 violent crimes in 2019 and a population of 12,771 (the smallest on our list), the city in northeast Nebraska had 2.35 violent crimes per 1,000 people.
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