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S. Sioux City foundation focused on breaking up gang lifestyle (Columbus, NE): Following the gang symposium last July, many people were asking, “Where do we go from here?”
Source: Columbus Telegram    Date: January 17, 2008

Iowa man beaten, told to join gang (Omaha, NE): Two suspects have been arrested in North Liberty, Iowa in connection with the assault of man who was allegedly duct-taped to a chair and beaten by three men who wanted him to join their gang.
Source: WOWT 6 News    Date: December 30, 2007

FBI arrest 40 in Nebraska street gang bust (Omaha, NE): Law enforcement officials arrested 40 people and seized drugs, cash and weapons, seriously denting Omaha operations of a street gang with ties to Central America, officials with several agencies said Tuesday.
Source: FOX News    Date: October 24, 2007

Lincoln gun heist stokes fear of gangs (Lincoln, NE): A burglary that netted 82 guns from a sporting goods store is raising concerns about increased - and more brazen - gang activity in Nebraska's capital.
Source: Omaha World-Herald    Date: October 4, 2007

Wider effort on gun violence urged (Omaha, NE): It's time for a "community intervention" to reduce gun violence, according to one member of the Omaha City Council.
Source: Omaha World-Herald    Date: September 1, 2007

Citizens patrol group to fight Omaha's gang violence (Omaha, NE): A New York-based national citizens patrol group intends to help Omaha combat its increase in gang and gun violence.
Source: Sioux City Journal    Date: August 4, 2007

Shootings may have been random act (Omaha, NE): The sixth-grade boy and young woman shot Friday at a gathering of grieving friends might have been the victims of random gang violence, the mother of one of them said Monday.
Source: Omaha World-Herald    Date: July 23, 2007

Symposium to address growing gang problem (Columbus, NE): An emerging gang culture in Columbus has created the need for community intervention to eliminate the potential threat.
Source: Columbus Telegram    Date: July 15, 2007

Drop in gang crimes credited to arrests, education programs (Grand Island, NE): The number of crimes committed by gang members in Grand Island has decreased the last two years, according to police.
Source: Rocky Mountain News    Date: September 11, 2006

Rise in gang activity (Omaha, NE): The Omaha Police Department says the city is facing a gang problem. Crime statistics show the number of suspected gang members is up 16 percent in the last year.
Source: WOWT 6 News    Date: August 31, 2006

Woman feels helpless to her children's gang membership (Omaha, NE): A Project Safe Neighborhoods investigation has broken up a large drug ring in south Omaha, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office, and one parent said she knows the struggles of keeping a child away from the lure of gangs.
Source: KETV 7 News    Date: July 7, 2006

Police link three shootings to gangs (Omaha, NE): Omaha police think three holiday season shootings, including a New Year's Eve homicide at a strip mall, are linked through the victims' affiliations with the 29th Street gang.
Source: Omaha World-Herald    Date: January 30, 2006

Immigration officials arrest, deport gang suspects (Omaha, NE): Omaha-based immigration officials have arrested 47 suspected gang members and associates since the February launching of a national anti-gang effort, authorities said.
Source: Sioux City Journal    Date: November 29, 2005

Man stabbed in parking lot of Lincoln bar (Lincoln, NE): A Lincoln man, 18, was stabbed Tuesday just before 6 p.m. in the west parking lot of Risky's Sports Bar & Grill, 4680 Leighton Ave., said police Capt. David Beggs.
Source: Lincoln Journal Star    Date: July 20, 2005

Anti-gang strategy: Go where the kids are (Omaha, NE): After attending a national gang conference, Omaha police and youth groups say they need to borrow a page from the gangsters they're working to change.
Source: Omaha World-Herald    Date: June 22, 2005

Police seeking man in slaying (Durham, NC): Police are looking for Reshaun Cates, who has been charged with murder in the shooting death of George R. "Bull" Perry.
Source: The News & Observer    Date: May 28, 2005

Gang unit takes threat seriously (Omaha, NE): Members of an Omaha gang threatened to retaliate against police for shooting a man who had fled a traffic stop and shot at an officer.
Source: Omaha World-Herald    Date: April 2, 2005

Police give fourth-graders vivid anti-graffiti lesson (Omaha, NE): The graffiti in the video are scrawled over walls, trees and sidewalks - an ugly yet common sight in some parts of Omaha. To the 100 or so Spring Lake Magnet Center fourth-graders staring from the gym floor Wednesday, the Omaha police officer standing in front of the video screen had a message: This is your neighborhood - keep it clean.
Source: Omaha World-Herald    Date: November 18, 2004

Grant will fund anti-gang program (Omaha, NE): A $98,948 U.S. Justice Department grant should allow the Boys and Girls Clubs of Omaha to "ratchet up" their gang prevention program, the clubs' president said Monday.
Source: Omaha World-Herald    Date: September 21, 2004

Immigration officials say they'll target gang members (Omaha, NE): Immigration officials considering deporting illegal immigrants who threaten the community pre-emptively- before they're convicted of crimes - would act under the guidance of police and prosecutors, an official said Wednesday.
Source: Omaha World-Herald    Date: August 19, 2004

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