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Eichorst out as Husker AD

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has announced it has begun a search for a new director of athletics. The university has ended Shawn Eichorst’s employment, effective immediately.

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An inmate who battled a deputy to win short-lived freedom has been captured and is in custody in Pottawattamie County.

A national subsidy watchdog group is urging Nebraska officials to question their use of tax incentives for businesses.

Trump targets North Korea in new executive order

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Movie Production For 'The Substitution' In Full Swing

Nebraska Capitol to celebrate completion of fountains

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Bankers: Rural economy continues to struggle in 10 states

Kearney church, school vandal to pay $110,000 restitution

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Riverside Discovery Center picks up AZA accreditation

City Council discusses new hotel proposal

Many mourn victims in quake-hit town

Western Nebraska sees substitute teacher shortage

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Nebraska School Activities Association & U.S. Bank Name 2017-18 Believers & Achievers

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Report: Nebraska's economic growth expected to slow in 2018

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City Council to set electric rates and salary increases for city employees

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Hall county board approves big salary increases for elected officials.

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