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      NET News: Witness Recounts Execution of Carey Dean Moore


      The state of Nebraska completed its first-ever execution by lethal injection Tuesday, putting to death condemned killer Carey Dean Moore inside the State Penitentiary in Lincoln. It was the first execution in the U.S. where Fentanyl was used as part of the execution drug cocktail. NET’s Jack William...


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      NET News: Death Penalty Opponents Hold Rally at State Capitol


      Waving placards, drying tears and sharing hugs, about 100 protesters crowded around the north steps of the Nebraska State Capitol late Tuesday afternoon to demonstrate their opposition to the death penalty. Several area clergy members, anti-death penalty advocates and state senator Patty Pansing Bro...


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      NET News: Moore appeared "composed, shaken" prior to his execution


      Carey Dean Moore executed after nearly 40 years on Nebraska's death row.


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      NET News: Moore execution react


      Moore execution react


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      NET News: The Architect of Nebraska Volleyball


      The Nebraska volleyball team begins its quest for a sixth national championship this week, with memories of the fifth still strong. Last year’s championship season was full of twists and turns, and is the subject of a new NET Television documentary “Nebraska Volleyball: Culture of a Champion.” The p...


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      NET News: Bacon says immigration compromise needed


      Bacon says immigration compromise needed


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      NET News: Federal Judge Allows Nebraska Execution To Move Forward


      A federal judge rejected a drug company's request to temporary delay Carey Dean Moore's execution. The German drug manufacturer argued the state obtained its drugs improperly. The judge disagreed.


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      NET News: O'Neill dealing with aftermath of immigration raids


      Residents of O’Neill, Nebraska are grappling with the aftereffects of immigration raids Wednesday that targeted local businesses and individuals.


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      NET News: 1980 Moore murder trial recalled by reporter as execution day ne


      Former newspaper reporter Jim Fogerty talks about covering the murder trial of Carey Dean Moore, scheduled to be executed in August, 2018.


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      NET News: Head of Lincoln Schools Remembers 2006 Grand Island Immigration


      Dr. Steve Joel, superintendent of Lincoln Public Schools, was head of Grand Island Public Schools in 2006 when an immigration raid resulted in the arrests of more than 1000 undocumented workers. The crack-down affected the school district as well. Dr. Joel talks about the experience and what he's le...


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