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New details are being revealed in the case of a man who is accused of planting a fake bomb in downtown Omaha.  Prosecutors say 25-year-old Thomas Trouba had 863 pounds of marijuana, more than 400-thousand-dollars in cash and other drugs when he was arrested.  Surveillance footage shows Trouba allegedly placing two suspicious packages outside the courthouse last Friday.  Bond in the case has been set at two-million-dollars.  

The IRS has just launched a website that allows taxpayers to check and see if they are getting a stimulus check.  Go to 

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Police are searching for a man who walked into a bank in Nebraska this week and tried to open a checking account with a fake $1 million bill.

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The Nebraska Department of Corrections is working to recruit and retain employees with financial incentives.  Corrections officials announced yesterday that three-thousand-dollar bonuses will be given to the first 100 new employees that stay at least one year at the Tecumseh State Prison, Lincoln Correctional Center, the Diagnostic and Evaluation Center or the State Penitentiary.  Current prison workers will get bonuses ranging from 50-dollars to 400-dollars for recruiting a new employee, and supervisors can get up to a 400-dollar bonus if a staff member they oversee stays at least one year

NORFOLK, Neb. (AP) — Police in the northeastern Nebraska city of Norfolk are looking for those who have been passing counterfeit money to local businesses.