News Minute: Here is the latest Nebraska news from The Associated Press
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Police have arrested a driver after a car chase in Omaha. They say officers chased the 20-year-old man through residential neighborhoods at speeds over 70 miles per hour Sunday night and used a helicopter to track him. He's been booked on several counts.
NORTH BEND, Neb. (AP) - Union Pacific says the halting of trains because a Nebraska school volleyball team was using tracks for a team photo shows how seriously the railroad takes safety issues. Trains were halted near North Bend last Thursday after workers discovered the students from North Bend Central on and around the tracks.
ALBION, Neb. (AP) - Officials at Boone Central Schools in Albion are putting another bond issue this fall. Voters rejected a $21 million proposal for a new high school and school renovations in 2012. So the district has come up with a smaller plan for November -- $13 million.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Young Nebraska students can win a scholarship from First National Bank to help pay for college by drawing a picture of what they envision becoming when they grow up. The contest is open to first-through-eighth graders who submit a drawing by the end of the month. There is more information about the contest on the state treasurer's website.
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