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University of Nebraska Medical Center giving advice for lost medication

University of Nebraska Medical Center giving advice for lost medication

OMAHA, Neb. – (KGFW) Professor Ally Dering-Anderson in the College of Pharmacy at the University of Nebraska Medical Center explained the steps people can take if recent floods have washed away their medications. “For people who cannot get to their medications that is their medications are on one side of the flood water and they’re…

Governor Ricketts Unveils New “Nebraska Strong” Relief Website

Governor Ricketts Unveils New “Nebraska Strong” Relief Website

LINCOLN, Neb. – The following is from the office of Governor Pete Ricketts: “Governor Pete Ricketts unveiled a new website to help connect more Nebraskans with opportunities to request and provide relief.  The website can be viewed at http://www.nebraska.gov/nebraska-strong/. “Nebraska’s response to the flooding has been incredible as neighbors have been stepping up to help…

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KGFW Sports – Huskers Advance With Win Over Bulldogs

KGFW Sports – Huskers Advance With Win Over Bulldogs

The Nebraska men’s basketball team posted their first postseason victory in 11 years Wednesday night with an 80-76 win over Butler in a first-round NIT matchup at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Isaiah Roby scored a career-high 28 points in the win. The Huskers are now 16-1 all-time at home in the NIT, and are 3-0 against…

KGFW Sports – Storm Extend Lead With 4-2 Win

KGFW Sports – Storm Extend Lead With 4-2 Win

The Tri-City Storm defeated the Lincoln Stars 4-2 at the Viaero Center in Kearney Tuesday night. With the victory, the Storm are now nine points ahead of Muskegon in the league standings, and 14 points in front of Waterloo in the Western Conference standings. Winners of six straight, the Storm open a six game road…

KGFW Sports – Huskers Host Bulldogs, Jays Advance

KGFW Sports – Huskers Host Bulldogs, Jays Advance

The Nebraska men’s basketball team is hosting Butler tonight in the opening round of the NIT. The Huskers are the tourney’s 4th seed, the Bulldogs are the 5th seed. Playing with a depleted roster, the Huskers have built up some positive momentum over the last two weeks, including a three-game run in the Big Ten…

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Cesar Sayoc pleads guilty to mailing bombs targeting prominent Democrats

Cesar Sayoc pleads guilty to mailing bombs targeting prominent Democrats

Broward County Sheriff’s Office via Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Cesar Sayoc, the man behind a campaign of letter bombs targeting prominent Democrats, including former President Barack Obama, pleaded guilty to 65 counts in Manhattan federal court on Thursday.Federal prosecutors more than doubled the number of charges immediately prior to the plea hearing.Sayoc, of Aventura, Florida,…

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‘No evidence’ American figure skater intentionally hurt South Korean opponent: ISU

‘No evidence’ American figure skater intentionally hurt South Korean opponent: ISU

proBAKSTER/iStock(NEW YORK) — An American figure skater has been accused of deliberately injuring a South Korean skater during practice ahead of the International Skating Union World Figure Skating Championships in Japan, but the skating union has said there was “no evidence” it was intentional.The accusations were made about an incident between American skater Mariah Bell…

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Floods impacting transportation of farm products

The Executive Director of the U.S. Soy Transportation Coalition says flooding is causing problems for farmers beyond delays in field work. Mike Steenhoek tells Brownfield high water is impacting barge traffic. “We’re seeing the size of the barge flotillas being constricted so you’re not having as many of them that you can lash together, so…

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Money Moves: Cardi B files to trademark “Okurrr”

Money Moves: Cardi B files to trademark “Okurrr”

ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) — After Pepsi built an entire Super Bowl ad around Cardi B saying her signature phrase “Okurrr,” it’s no wonder the rapper is now moving to trademark it. According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s website, Cardi’s filed paperwork to trademark the catchphrase for use on a long list of items,…