News Minute: Here is the latest Nebraska news from The Associated Press at 11:40 a.m. CDT
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - A new set of guidelines has been developed for anyone hauling livestock in Nebraska. The Nebraska Cattlemen and State Patrol worked together to develop the checklists and guidelines to help livestock haulers comply with state laws and ensure the welfare of the animals.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - State game and wildlife officials have stocked three Omaha waters with catchable-sized rainbow trout. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission says Hitchcock Park Pond, Towl Park Pond and Standing Bear Lake were all stocked on Tuesday. Hitchcock received 450 trout, Towl received 300 and Standing Bear got 3,750.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The Nebraska Secretary of State's Office is reminding residents that they still have time to register to vote for the upcoming general election _ they'll just have to do it in person after Friday. Oct. 19 is the last day to register online, by mail or some other means, such as at the Department of Motor Vehicles. But those who missed that deadline can still register to vote in person at their county election office until Oct. 26.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Authorities say a woman was injured when a propane tank exploded at her mobile home near Lincoln. The blast occurred Friday morning, about 2 miles southwest of Lincoln city limits. Lancaster County Sheriff Terry Wagner says Rebecca Daro heard a hissing noise, so she went to check the tank. It had been changed Thursday. It exploded as she got near, burning her face and singeing her hair. Wagner says the mobile home and another and an outbuilding with three classic cars inside were total losses.
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