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July 6 2017
An Omaha native and FBI agent nicknamed 'Jaws' for his toughness once talked an escaped serial killer into surrendering

Omaha World-Herald, July 23, 2017
After the war he attended Omaha University (now UNO) and then law school at Creighton University. He graduated in 1951, the same year he joined the FBI as a special agent.
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Two spiders to watch out for this summer

North Platte Telegraph, July 26, 2017
Creighton University Entomologist Dr. Theodore Burk said the western black widow has a distinctive shiny, black appearance with a red hourglass shape on the bottom of its over-sized abdomen. The western black widow can grow to be about the size of a penny.
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Creighton committee aims to clarify sexual assault policies

Omaha World-Herald, July 1, 2017
Catherine Todero, a chairwoman of the committee, said Creighton’s 19-page policy on harassment, discrimination and sexual and relationship misconduct should be easier to navigate.
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Midwest manufacturing is strongest in six years, boosting jobs outlook

Kansas City Star, July 3, 2017
“The overall index over the past several months indicates a healthy regional manufacturing economy and points to healthy growth for both manufacturing and non-manufacturing into the fourth quarter of this year,” Ernie Goss, director of the university’s economic forecasting group, said in an announcement.
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