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Pillen says he plans to do these shows once a month. @BellaCaracta reports. https://www.wowt.com/2023/01/30/governor-jim-pillen-takes-public-questions-radio/
Temperature down to -11° right now in Carroll! That's some brutal artic air! Norfolk, Tekamah, Harlan, and Atlantic also sliding below zero this evening. Omaha may make a run at zero once again before temperatures start to slowly climb after Midnight. Hope you're staying warm!
A group of youth hockey players was practicing when staff noticed the leak. Thankfully, they were ushered off before the ceiling caved in. No one was hurt. https://www.wowt.com/2023/01/31/ceiling-collapses-grover-ice-rink/
Frigid weather settling in again tonight as temperatures drop toward zero. Wind chills range from near 0 to -15°. After the cold start, sunshine returns once again for Tuesday, but it's still going to be a struggle to warm. We finally thaw a bit Wednesday.
Four months after a child was found unresponsive at a North Dakota day care, criminal charges have been filed against the woman prosecutors say caused the fatal injuries. https://www.wowt.com/2023/01/30/day-care-provider-charged-with-murder-5-month-old-boy-north-dakota/
“Mr. Kelly is potentially looking at the possibility of never walking out of prison again for the crimes that he’s committed. While today’s cases are no longer being pursued, we believe justice has been served.”
The child fell approximately 15 feet from a the ski lift at a resort in Connecticut. https://www.wowt.com/2023/01/30/6-year-old-flown-hospital-after-falling-ski-lift/
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He first hauled a bass drum that he bought for $25 at a garage sale to a game at Municipal Stadium during the 1973 season. He’d bang out a steady beat whenever the home team was batting and wound up becoming a Cleveland sports icon.