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Huskers fall to Wildcats despite solid play from bullpen

LINCOLN – Nebraska (16-18) fell into old habits early, and despite a solid showing from the bullpen, fell to Kansas State 4-3 on Tuesday night at Haymarket Park. The Wildcats (16-21) jumped ahead 3-0 by the middle of the 3rd inning, and never lost the lead. Senior Matt Warren (3-3), who started in a midweek game for the…read more »

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Governor Ricketts Signs Three Bills To Avoid Looming Tax Increases

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts has signed three tax measures designed to shield residents from looming tax increases. Ricketts approved the bills on Tuesday, one day before lawmakers convene for the last day of this year’s session. The governor says the measures will help taxpayers, but he’s disappointed lawmakers didn’t approve his…read more »

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Senator Sasse Responds to Word that Russia Increases Troll Activity

Nebraska U.S. Senator Ben Sasse responds to word that Russia has increased its online troll activity by 2000 percent. Senator Sasse, who is a member of Senate Armed Services Committee, says that Americans need to understand that the wars of the future will involve Russia investing significant resources to create propaganda and disinformation. Sasse says…read more »

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Nebraska’s Tim Miles receives one-year contract extension

Nebraska men’s basketball coach Tim Miles has received a one-year contract extension, according to an announcement from athletic director Bill Moos on Tuesday. Miles is now under contract through the 2020-21 season. So far, he’s 97-97 through six seasons. Nebraska has finished below .500 in four of those six seasons. Miles’ annual salary of $2,250,080 will…read more »

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Longest Serving Death-Row Inmate in Nebraska Is Denied Pardon

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – Nebraska’s longest-serving death-row inmate has been denied a pardon hearing after he claimed officials are too “lazy or incompetent” to execute him. The Nebraska Board of Pardons voted 3-0 on Tuesday to reject Carey Dean Moore’s request. Moore was sentenced to death in 1980 for murdering two cab drivers in Omaha.…read more »

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Frost reveals spring game format, expectations after Tuesday’s practice

Nebraska’s spring game will be a traditional one on Saturday. Head coach Scott Frost said after Tuesday’s practice that the annual Red-White scrimmage will be a normal game format during the first half, and then a running clock in the second half until the last five minutes in the fourth quarter. The assistant coaches will…read more »