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Former guard at Nebraska prison remembers stabbing by inmate. Last week, a year-old inmate died at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution. Craigslist thieves use stolen van to steal packages in Sarpy County. The search is on tonight for suspects who stole a van and allegedly used it to commit more crimes.
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Boaters may be able to get back on Cunningham Lake soon. Avid fishermen have not kept their concerns a secret about a popular fishing spot. The possibility of banning outside boats when Cunningham Lake reopens has been a hot topic on social media. Pet owners in Omaha and Council Bluffs raise awareness to dog walk attacks.
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