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Week In Review March 10-14

A Look At The Week's News In Pictures

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    More than 250 small animals were discovered in a house in Papillion on Monday. Other than 28 birds that were taken, at least 10 animals ranging from hedgehogs, to sugargliders were confiscated because they were illegal to have in Sarpy County.
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    The base of the Heartland Airborne Memorial in downtown Omaha has been vandalized.
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    The base of the Heartland Airborne Memorial in downtown Omaha has been vandalized.
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    27 year old Carney Turner was taken into custody on Monday, booked for 2nd degree murder in connection with the New Years Day death of 33 year old Shawn King.
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    A CDC study estimates that one in four (26 percent) young women between the ages of 14 and 19 in the United States - or 3.2 million teenage girls - are infected with at least one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases (human papillomavirus (HPV), chlamydia, herpes simplex virus, and trichomoniasis).
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    Omaha police say 20 year old Marcus Mcgee and 19 year old Antonio Jackson were driving recklessly around the parking lot of the Creighton Cardiac Center at 30th and Webster Monday afternoon when they ran into each other.
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    This week's warm weather had golfers hitting the links in numbers that haven't been seen since last fall.
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    Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo has two new birds on display in the Scott Aquarium, one king penguin and one macaroni penguin.
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    Two Killed In Dundee A male child and female adult were found dead inside a Dundee home Thursday afternoon. Shortly after 6:00 p.m., the bodies of two people were found in a home near 54th and Davenport.