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Wednesday, November 20th, 2019

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Freezing, hungry and trapped: 1948-1949 blizzard left thousands stranded

From Kansas to the Canadian border, an area nearly the size of France lay buried in snow and ice from blizzards that started on this day in November. Read more

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Carriker Chronicles: The Husker defense is struggling. Here's how I'd fix it

On Tuesday's episode, Adam Carriker diagnoses the problems with the Nebraska defense and provides some things he'd change to get the Blackshirts playing better. Read more

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Omaha zoo plants 3 million trees in Madagascar to support critically endangered lemurs

The primary reforestation program is located in Kianjavato, a small community in southeastern Madagascar. Read more

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Dozens gather outside north Omaha art gallery to protest, debate use of N-word in exhibit

A set of windows at The Union for Contemporary Art near 24th and Lake Streets contains a passage with the word. Read more

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Omaha teen's trash can 'pranks' at Irvington Walmart lead to citation accusing him of assault

A 38-year-old man and a 65-year-old woman told police Monday evening that they were targets of the teen's pranks. Read more

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Superstar rapper Post Malone will kick off his tour in Omaha

The rapper's tour kicks off here in 2020. Read more

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Available now: Omaha ABCs, a whimsical tour of Nebraska's largest city

"Omaha ABCs" is a 32-page hardcover book that shows off the iconic people, places, food and history of Omaha.  Read more

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Photos: Scenes from 72 years of marriage of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip married Nov. 20, 1947, at Westminster Abbey in London. Scenes from their wedding days and the years since: Read more

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These 10 candidates will be on stage at tonight's Democratic presidential debate

The next Democratic debate will be held tonight in Atlanta. It will air on MSNBC from 9 to 11 p.m. ET and will be co-hosted by The Washington Post. Moderators will be MSNBC's Rachel Maddow, NBC's Andrea Mitchell and Kristen Welker, and Washington Post reporter Ashley Parker. Read more

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7 key questions heading into tonight's Democratic debate

No longer is there a clear front-runner. The fight for African American voters is raging. And there are growing concerns that impeachment may become a distraction from the primary.  Read more