AP-NE--Nebraska News Digest 1 pm, NE
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FORMER NURSERY-EYESORE — A former nursery and plant shop called Azalealand has become an eyesore that neighbors and the city of Lincoln want to clean up. SENT: 130 words, photo. UPCOMING: 300 words.
NEBRASKA EXECUTION-RELATIVES — The families of two cab drivers killed by a Nebraska death row inmate four decades ago say they’re long past ready for his execution. But a lawsuit filed this week is threatening another delay. SENT: 130 words. UPCOMING: 325 words.
PUB PROBLEMS-FORMER PITCHER — The state liquor board has granted a liquor license for a Lincoln pub co-owned by former Husker and Major League Baseball pitcher Joba Chamberlain.
BUFFETT FOUNDATION-ILLINOIS — The foundation of billionaire investor Warren Buffett’s son plans to invest $30 million in a central Illinois campus of facilities to help people with drug addiction and bring together social services.
BABY DEATH INVESTIGATION — Authorities have removed three children from a Lincoln home while police investigate the death of their 4-month-old sibling.
GRAND ISLAND FATALITY — A prosecutor has dropped a charge stemming from the traffic death of a man in Grand Island.
SHELTER VIOLENCE-OMAHA — Authorities say police fatally shot a man suspected of stabbing three women at an Omaha homeless shelter.
LINCOLN — Mario Verduzco uses two words to describe the state of Nebraska’s three-man quarterback race. “Even steven,” the Cornhuskers’ quarterback coach said Wednesday. By Eric Olson. SENT: 600 words, photos.
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