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Legislature moves toward easing police chase liability; Medicaid, prison proposals heard

Legislature moves toward easing police chase liability; Medicaid, prison proposals heard

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Sides weigh in on plan to hold down property taxes by limiting school spending

Sides weigh in on plan to hold down property taxes by limiting school spending

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The time is ripe for the sharing economy in farm country

After land, equipment is typically the biggest expense for Midwestern crop farmers. When times are good people buy new, bigger tractors. But in a down economy new investments are difficult. That's why some farmers are entering the sharing economy.

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Police chase debate contineus; payday lending proposal previewed

Police chase debate contineus; payday lending proposal previewed

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Packer hog ban lifted; proposal to combat college sex assualt heard

Packer hog ban lifted; proposal to combat college sex assualt heard

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Zika Virus Now in Nebraska

Two cases of the Zika virus have surfaced in Nebraska. Dr. Tom Safranek, state epidemiologist, tells NET News he expects to see more.

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Arkansas Town's Art Economy Disrupted By Biker Tourism

An increase in motorcycle rider tourism in Eureka Springs, Arkansas is having a negative effect on the art economy according to some art dealers in the town.

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Property tax relief proposal questioned; lawmakers debate liability in police chases

Property tax relief proposal questioned; lawmakers debate liability in police chases

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Genetically engineered animals could be coming to a plate near you

Humans have been breeding animals for millennia. Now, there's a modern development. Genetically engineered animals could be coming soon to your dinner plate. Regulators are currently grappling with the new technology that helped it happen.

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Geothermal heat could help warm up local food production in winter

Eating local is a challenge in places where snow flies in the winter. There are plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables at grocery stores, but they're imported from places like California or Mexico. One potential solution could be right below our feet.

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