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Wednesday, June 19th, 2019

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Trump EPA rolls back Obama rule on coal-fired power plants; foes pledge court challenges

While proponents said coal remains an essential power source, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif. called it an "outrageous Dirty Power Scam" that is a "stunning giveaway to big polluters." Read more

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'There's a real heaviness ... over the city of Gretna': Community mourns deaths of 4 teens in crash

Four girls died at the scene. A fifth was injured and is being treated at a burn unit in a Lincoln hospital.  Read more

Live updates: 2019 College World Series, June 19

Track every pitch with our live coverage of the 2019 College World Series. Read more

Flood-damaged Paradise Lakes will be demolished, but who will pick up the tab is uncertain

By early August, the flood-damaged community of Paradise Lakes located east of Offutt Air Force Base will be razed to the ground. What remains unanswered is who will end up paying for the demolition, which is expected to top $1 million. Read more

Papillion woman arrested on suspicion of second-degree murder in death of husband

Police found Steven Douglas Olson at a home near 96th and Lincoln Streets with a gunshot wound to his head. Read more