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Nebraska School Faces Heat on Facebook for Bullying Message

Nebraska School Faces Heat on Facebook for Bullying Message

Lincoln Public School’s Facebook page is currently getting a ton of attention from angry parents and family members after fifth-graders from Zeman Elementary School received flyers on how to handle bullies. Although the flyer was given to the students with good intentions, the Nebraska school is facing heat on Facebook and from the media about […]

Explosion In Omaha, Nebraska Kills Two

Explosion In Omaha, Nebraska Kills Two

An explosion in Omaha, Nebraska, occurred this morning. The explosion was the result of an animal feed plant gone awry. Reports confirm that two people are dead. The remaining workers have been accounted for, ten of which have been reported to be injured. As of right now, officials are unsure what ignited the blast. The […]

Omaha Plant Collapses, at Least 9 Injured

Omaha Plant Collapses, at Least 9 Injured

An Omaha, Nebraska animal feed processing plant, International Nutrition, has reportedly suffered a partial collapse this afternoon in the wake of an apparent explosion. At this time at least nine people are reported injured. Social media has been flooded with updates and photos of the collapsed plant including some showing extensive damage and smoke billowing […]

Police Report Toddler in Profanity-Laden Facebook Video Removed From Home

Police Report Toddler in Profanity-Laden Facebook Video Removed From Home

Police in Omaha, Nebraska have reportedly removed a 2-year-old from the custody of his family after a video of the toddler issuing a string of profanities was posted on Facebook. The video shows the African-American youngster wearing only a diaper and being encouraged to curse, which he does, by at least three adults present in […]

‘Nebraska’ the Movie a Boost for Nebraska the State [Video]

‘Nebraska’ the Movie a Boost for Nebraska the State [Video]

Nebraska the movie is already being tipped as a serious Oscar contender, and the benefits that will bring to the state of Nebraska have already being felt. Directed by Omaha native, Alexander Payne, shooting took place in October/November of 2012. The 56 person crew were based in Norfolk, and locations included Plainview, Osmond, Hooper, Lyons, […]

Foreign Parasite Infects 80 People in Iowa and Nebraska

Foreign Parasite Infects 80 People in Iowa and Nebraska

An outbreak of cyclospora infection was reported in Iowa and Nebraska.  The parasite which is uncommon in the U.S. has infected 45 people in Iowa and 35 in Nebraska. Cyclospora is a microscopic parasite which usually affects the intestinal tract and causes diarrhea. Left untreated, it can cause an average of 57 days of diarrhea. […]

Tornadoes and hail pound Kansas, Oklahoma, Iowa, Nebraska

Tornadoes and hail pound Kansas, Oklahoma, Iowa, Nebraska

Kansas, Oklahoma, Iowa and Nebraska are some of the Midwest states that have been at the center of tornado activity this Sunday. At least one person has died in Shawnee, Okla, due to tornado-related injuries. These four states have been placed under tornado watches and warnings. More than a dozen counties in these states have been […]

Josephine Fanning shot and killed by 4-year-old

Josephine Fanning shot and killed by 4-year-old

Just Another Gun Death Statistic Tennessee is one of the most gun friendly states.  Recently its legislature passed a bill allowing carrying concealed weapons into restaurants that serve alcohol.  Governor Phil Bredesen vetoed it, but the house voted to override the governor, and it became law. Tennessee ranks 7th in gun deaths per 100,000 people.  […]

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  • Poland to Get U.S. Miltary Troops April 20, 2014
    Poland will be getting some United States military troops, in efforts to expand North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) presence in Eastern Europe. This presence includes the land, air, and sea. The move is in response to recent events in Ukraine, and pro-Russian militants refusal to leave government facilities, despite an agreement made in Geneva. At […]
    Twanna Harps
  • Boston Strong Against the Odds [Video] April 20, 2014
    Monday is Patriots’ Day in Massachusetts, commemorating the battles of Concord and Lexington. In Boston the day is marked by its quintessential Marathon. Last year what had historically been a day of international cohesion, became a day of fear and battling the odds of survival. The intended effort to shake the Boston community made its […]
    Fern Remedi-Brown
  • Al Qaeda Activity in Yemen Draws U.S. Drone Strikes April 20, 2014
    A U.S. drone strike has killed several alleged al Qaeda militants in Yemen on Saturday, and some reports indicate that three civilians were killed as well. Differing casualty figures have been released, but it now appears that 10 militants were killed. This is the eighth U.S. drone strike in Yemen this year, indicating a strong […]
    Michael Schultheiss
  • UFC on FOX 11 Results April 20, 2014
    UFC on FOX 11 went down tonight from Orlando Florida at the Amway Center featuring four fights on the main card and 13 fights overall. The night was full of knockouts, submissions and decisions that will shakeup the rankings, and at least one fighter will be moving on to a title shot. No. 2 Fabricio […]
    Matthew Stinson
  • Kansas City Extends Win Streak to Five: Royals Proclamation April 20, 2014
    For the first two weeks, the Kansas City Royals were struggling to score runs, and were looking rather mediocre at best. Now their offense is kicking into gear, and the team is starting to get hot. That hot streak has led the Kansas City Royals to extend their winning streak to five games. The Royals […]
    Robert Pannier

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