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Health Initiative: Making Nebraska one of the healthiest states in the country

Wednesday afternoon, public health experts from the University of Nebraska Medical Center stopped at West Central Health Department to discuss various health issues including one of UNMC's goals to help Nebraska become the healthiest and most equitable state in the country by 2020.

Students at Cozad High School gain real world application in the field of broadcast journalism through media production.

The Gering School Board made it official and decided to put a special school bond election issue before the voters in March. They want tax payers to approve a $24-million bond issue.

After eight years in office, President Obama held his final press conference as sitting commander-in-chief.

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Parents: Daughter left to die when driver ran off after crash

Ladies make mats for homeless people to sleep on

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The driver of a mini-van runs into a light pole in North Platte

UNMC officials stop in North Platte

Mini van wrecks light post on Fourth

Two suspects from Hastings in custody after high-speed chase in Kearney

Lex woman bound over for trial in Dawson Co. murder case

Carbon monoxide poisoning kills 1, sends 8 others to hospital

Gray Television and Dish Network reach deal

Rifles used for military funerals stolen from American Legion post

Former President George Bush now in ICU; wife also hospitalized

Commissioners set 2017 salaries for county department heads

Columbus woman gets prison time for stabbing

Lincoln County files lawsuit against Omaha based company, NEBCON Inc.

Employees in North Platte take part in National Mentoring Month

County Attorney waiting on autopsy to call for Grand Jury

Blaze pink may become the new blaze orange in hunting community

Hastings bar fight leads to ten years in prison

Nebraska targets ban on religious garb worn by teachers

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