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FRY. I'M JEREMY MASKEL. STATE LATINO LEADERS ARE SPEAKING OUT .. TAKING AIM AT GOVERNOR DAVE HEINEMAN'S AND aWHERE THE KIDS ARE..
Alex Hassel joined WOWT as a reporter in March of 2013. He skipped over from St. Joseph, Missouri, where he worked as an anchor and reporter at KQTV for two years.
Here's a New York Times story from January of 2013 Republican governors are moving aggressively to cut personal and corporate income taxes, including proposals that would increase reliance on state sales taxes, setting up ambitious experiments in tax reform that could shape what is possible on a national level.
When it comes to the ongoing border crisis some members of Nebraska's Hispanic community, at least one state senator and the ACLU have heard enough.
The 200 border kids placed in Nebraska will enter an immigration court system where the average wait time for a hearing - when a judge decides whether they should be deported - surpasses two years.
Gov. Dave Heineman is responding to criticism over what the American Civil Liberties Union of Nebraska says is his "blatant disregard" of understanding the plight of children who have recently made their way to the United States unaccompanied by their parents.
TWO HUNDRED CHILDREN WHO CROSSED THE SOUTHERN BORDER ARE IN NEBRASKA TONIGHT.. AWAITING DEPORTATION.
One of 6 Americans say that immigration issues now rank as the nation's most pressing problem, a tripling in just one month, according to a Gallup poll released Wednesday.
Grand Island and Kearney work together on a lot of issues and projects, but they haven't found much common ground as far as a new state veterans home since last July when Governor Dave Heineman announced a new one would be built in Kearney.
By: Lauren Fabrizi email@example.com It was a trip down memory lane Wednesday for Nebraska World War II veterans.
Governor Heineman's recent letter to federal officials about tracking children who are fleeing violence and abuse in their home countries shows both a lack of understanding about how the law governing the treatment of these children must be applied, as well as a blatant disregard of what these children have gone through.
Illegal immigrant children are being shipped throughout the country as the government estimates as many as 90,000 children could make the journey to the border this year, and as many as 145,000 could arrive by next year.
Nebraska's governor and most of its congressional delegation have asked federal officials for information about more than 200 unaccompanied immigrant children who have been placed with relatives or sponsors in Nebraska.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 12:16 am
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