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Three Nebraska attorneys on Monday questioned whether the state’s attorney general has the authority to order the Big Ten to give him extensive documentation on how it decided to postpone the fall football season.

Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson last week told Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren that the Big Ten appears to be out of compliance with Nebraska’s nonprofit corporation laws.

Peterson asked Warren and the Big Ten to turn over to him a wide range of documentation on the unpopular football decision, which has led to widespread criticism of the conference and a lawsuit filed against it by some Husker football players.

But Jeff Kirkpatrick, former city attorney for Lincoln, said the Big Ten “seemed to me to be an odd nonprofit for the attorney general of Nebraska to pick on all of a sudden. … from the standpoint of not having jurisdiction.”

Illinois, where the Big Ten is based, would be in a better position to pursue the matter, Kirkpatrick said. He said he agreed with Peterson that …

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On Tuesday we reported about a FedEx driver being caught on Ring video saying disparaging things about Trump supporters while dropping off packages at a Boone house. You can view the video below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLbw35PyC0Q&feature=youtu.be The company provided The Iowa Sta

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"Dakota Spotlight: The House on Sweet and Seventh" airs at 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26, on WDAY Xtra. This chilling and heartbreaking documentary looks back on the 1998 murder of Barbara and Gordon Erickstad in Bismarck. The couple was brutally killed in their home by their son, 18-year-old Brian Erickstad, and his friend, 27-year-old Robert Lawrence in September of 1998. Through interviews with investigators, vintage footage, documents, and more, host James Wolner shines a light on a very dark case and searches for answers.