AP-NE--Nebraska News Digest 1 pm, NE
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ANTI-BIAS POLICY — A Nebraska school board has decided to leave the words “gender” and “sexual orientation” out of anti-discrimination policies for students and staff. SENT: 130 words. UPCOMING: 300 words.
BIG STINK — A northeast Nebraska renewable energy plant has received another notice about emissions violations.
WEST NILE-NEBRASKA — Health officials say a resident of the Omaha area has died from complications related to the West Nile virus.
MISSING MAN-ARRESTS — A man accused of helping kill another man in Lincoln over a drug debt has taken a plea deal.
MAYORAL TERM LIMITS-LINCOLN — Backers say they have enough petition signatures to place on the November ballot an initiative that would bar Lincoln mayors from serving more than three terms.
STROKE CARE — Officials have announced a $6.5 million statewide commitment to improve stroke response and care in Nebraska.
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