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Shannon Deppe, Rose Froehlich, Bethene Hoff, James Hupp, Ann Kudera
Today, a blend of clouds & sun develops, high 23. Tonight, partly cloudy early, then increasing clouds, low 10. Wednesday, partial sunshine, high 28.
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Andrew Luck threw for four touchdowns to lead fifth-ranked Stanford to a 40-12 blowout over Virginia Tech in the Orange Bowl Monday. The sophomore quarterback guided the Cardinals to their first bowl win in 14 years.
Leslie Frazier became Minnesota's head coach after the team decided to drop the "interim" tag from his title. Frazier took over the team after they were 3-and-7 under Brad Childress and led them to a 3-and-3 finish.
Eshaunte Jones and Brandon Ubel scored 11 points each to lead Nebraska past North Dakota 77-46 for its ninth win in a row.
Concordia-St. Paul outscored Wayne State 15-2 in the final 8:00 to hand the Wildcats their first home loss of the season Monday evening 64-51 in Northern Sun Conference men’s basketball in Wayne.
Senior forward Alyssa Fischbach poured in a career-high 24 points to power #10 Wayne State College in a 83-64 Northern Sun Conference women’s basketball win over Concordia-St. Paul Monday evening at Rice Auditorium in Wayne.
The center on the University of Nebraska's first post season football team has died. Fred Meier passed away Wednesday in California. He was one of the last surviving members of the Cornhuskers team that lost to Stanford in the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1, 1941.
Local Score: Norfolk Catholic 60 Laurel-Concord/Coleridge 40 (GBB).
Local Schedule: Norfolk Catholic hosts Crofton (BBB-8:00); Lutheran High Northeast hosts Hartington C.C. (GBB-7:45.)
Tonight: In the Sugar Bowl, Ohio St. meets Arkansas at 7:30. Pregame coverage begins at 6:00 on NewsTalk WJAG 105.9 FM.
NBA: Orlando 110 Golden State 90; Miami 96 Charlotte 82; Boston 96 Minnesota 93; New Orleans 84 Philadelphia 77; Utah 102 Detroit 97; Denver 113 Houston 106.
63% of us want to see our 100th birthday, 32% definitely don’t & 5% don’t know
The Nebraska State Patrol reports it made 151 arrests in a crackdown on drunken drivers that included the Christmas and New Year's holidays. A Patrol spokesman says during the period troopers also issued more than 1,000 speeding citations, made 74 arrests for driving with a suspended license and wrote 59 tickets for no proof of insurance.
Nebraska has agreed in a settlement to pay $260,000 to the estate of an Omaha woman who handled duties for the state's juvenile parole office for nearly 30 years and was never paid. Lucile Kilgore died in July at age 88. She had sued the state in 2004 for $447,000 in back pay, claiming the state took advantage of her. A Douglas County judge awarded her the pay, but the state appealed to the Nebraska Supreme Court.
If the budget is the biggest issue facing state senators at they return to Lincoln this week, redistricting is probably the next most important. Speaker of the Legislature Mike Flood in Norfolk tells WJAG NEWS when it comes to Congressional redistricting, he is committed to keeping Madison County in the First District.
They started lining up early Monday morning outside one of the offices at the Madison County Courthouse. County Treasurer Donna Primrose tells WJAG NEWS people were there to get their new Nebraska licenses plates -- which are being issued for the first time today. The design that will be used starting this year is a gold, black, green and white plate bearing images of the state bird and flower. The design was selected last spring through an online poll. Primrose says you may obtain the plates in person at a courthouse, in the mail -- or order online at dmv.ne.gov.
There is still time to sign up for the Healthy Benefits weight management class offered at Norfolk's Faith Regional Health Services beginning Wednesday night. Registered dietician Vicki Brown says the ten week program will look at sensible eating and active living and the concept of intuitive eating.
A Valley County man is set to make his television debut tonight on the Discovery Channel's hit TV show, "Dirty Jobs." Ben Schamp of Elyria works at Warner Construction Asphalt and is shown dumping and spreading hot asphalt in the episode that was filmed in western Nebraska in August.
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