Beatrice Six victim speaks out against death penalty

The woman who was told she would be the first female on Nebraska’s death row, and served nearly 20 years in prison for a crime she was later proved to have nothing to do with, said Tuesday she is speaking out against the death penalty.

To learn more about the issue, an informational meeting is scheduled for Wed., Nov. 2 at 5:30 p.m. at the City Chambers at 1025 P St.

It's that time of the season where spooky haunted houses are on every block, and kids and parents bring home candy bars and many delicious treats. However, for pet owners there are a few things to remember this Halloween.

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