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Nebraska Sued Over Refusal to Name Execution Drugs Suppliers

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – The American Civil Liberties Union is suing Nebraska’s prison system, saying it has violated state public records laws by refusing to identify its suppliers of lethal injection drugs. The Nebraska Department of Correctional Services denied a Nov. 10 public records request by The Associated Press. The Omaha World-Herald reported Tuesday that…read more »

One Person Killed In Train-Pedestrian Accident In Waverly

A train-pedestrian accident in Waverly claims one life. Lancaster County Sheriff Terry Wagner says a males was killed in the accident near Highway 6 and Amberly Road around 1:40 Thursday afternoon. Sheriff Wagner says that deputies have been on the scene determining what lead up to the accident. The victim has not been identified yet…read more »

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Frost will always cherish time at UCF, knows tough decision is coming

UCF head coach and former Husker Scott Frost had his weekly appearance on Mike Bianchi’s “Open Mike” radio show on 96.9 The Fan in Orlando Thursday to preview his team’s upcoming AAC conference title game with No. 16 Memphis on Saturday, and to address rumors surrounding him and his alma mater Nebraska. Frost was very reflective in…read more »

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Huskers hit nine threes, overcome scoring funk to top Boston College

By Tommy Rezac Nebraska went on a six-minute scoring drought in the second half, which allowed Boston College to go on a 9-0 scoring run and disintegrate an 11-point lead to a two-point lead with 14:40 left. Nebraska fans have seen that movie before, but the ending this time was different. The defense created eight…read more »