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tonight @ 7:05 wiener wednesday listen
TUESDAY JULY 8, 2014
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A 19-year-old woman was found near the boat ramp at
Wellfleet Lake early July 5 with multiple stab wounds.
Deputies from the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office arrested
Kristi Brossart, 49, of Wellfleet, on suspicion of seconddegree assault and use of a weapon to commit a felony. A
press release from the sheriff’s office said the 19-year-old’s
injuries were not life-threatening. Maywood rescue arrived
on scene and transported the victim to Great Plains Health
for treatment. The victim has since been released from the
hospital. The press release said the two women were arguing when Brossart began swinging a yellow knife at the 19year-old. The assault was broken up by witnesses. The suspected weapon was found in Brossart’s pants pocket.
NEBRASKA STANDS ALONE
Nebraska now stands alone when it comes to denying
driver’s licenses to young undocumented immigrants allowed
to remain in the country by the Obama administration. An
appeals court Monday blocked a similar policy in Arizona,
the only other state that refused driver’s licenses for young
immigrants shielded from deportation under a controversial
program started two years ago by President Barack
Obama. The ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
marks a victory for advocates who argued that the young
immigrants were treated unequally by Arizona’s policy. But
it can’t be used to predict the outcome of a pending lawsuit
challenging Nebraska’s policy, said Amy Miller, legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Nebraska.
CITATIONS OVER THE HOLIDAY WEEKEND
Nebraska authorities say nearly 200 drivers were cited
over the July Fourth holiday weekend for speeding. The Nebraska State Patrol says 192 speeding citations were issued
during a special enforcement effort that took place between Thursday and Saturday. In addition to the speeding
citations, 12 drivers were arrested on suspicion of driving
while intoxicated. Other citations included driving under suspension and having an open container. Additional troopers
were on patrol during the weekend thanks to a nearly
$19,000 grant from the state Office of Highway Safety.
RECIPROCITY AGREEMENT
West Virginia has entered into a concealed handgun reciprocity agreement with Nebraska. West Virginia Attorney
General Patrick Morrisey made the announcement Monday.
Under the agreement, each state will honor a valid concealed carry permit issued by the other. Morrisey says Nebraska previously recognized concealed handgun licenses
issued by West Virginia. West Virginia now has full reciprocity agreements with 31 states. Seven states have been
added since July 2013.
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The First Central Bank Juniors won their final regular
season home game last night, knocking off Cambridge
5-4 at the Jaycee Sports Complex. First Central Bank
will host the Class B6 district tournament starting this
Saturday. FCB is the third seed and will face secondseeded Holdrege on Saturday night starting at 6 p.m.
The tournament will kick off on Saturday at 3 p.m.
with Cozad vs. Gothenburg, with the winner meeting
top-seed Broken Bow on Sunday afternoon. The
McCook-Holdrege winner will move into a Monday
winner's bracket game while the loser will play in an
elimination
game
on
Sunday.
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Husker seniors Ameer Abdullah and Kenny Bell and
junior Randy Gregory were each named to watch lists
announced on Monday morning. One of the nation’s
top returning rushers, Abdullah was named to watch
lists for both the 78th annual Maxwell Award and the
Paul Hornung Award. Bell was also named to the Hornung Award Watch List, while Gregory was listed on
the watch list for the 20th annual Chuck Bednarik
Award. The Maxwell Award has been given to America’s College Player of the Year since 1937 and is
presented by the Maxell Football Club. The club also
presents the Bednarik Award, given annually to the
College Defensive Player of the Year, since 1995. The
Paul Hornung Award presented by Texas Roadhouse
is given annually by the Louisville Sports Commission to
the most versatile player in college football. Abdullah
rushed for 1,690 yards last season, the most by a
Nebraska player since 1997, and this fall he could
become the first Husker to record three 1,000-yard
rushing seasons. He is also the nation’s active career
leader in all-purpose yards and is on track to become
Nebraska’s all-time leader in that category.
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