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May 5, 2017
'Exquisite cooperation' is key as CUMC-Bergan Mercy stays open during $140 million construction project

Omaha World-Herald, May 5, 2017
“This will be a great new place for students,” said Dr. Robert Dunlay, dean of the medical school. “These areas have been made larger with students in mind and will allow for greater collaboration and learning centered on the needs of each individual patient.”
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Longer prison sentences for Nebraska traffickers advances, May 5, 2017
About 900 people are sold for sex each month in Nebraska, according to a report from the Human Trafficking Initiative. Creighton University researchers who analyzed postings on a Craigslist-like website used to sell sex found advertisements for every community along Interstate 80 in the state.

Tough-seeming CU professor James T. Ault III, 77, really was ‘kind of a softie’

Omaha World-Herald, May 2, 2017
James T. Ault III was a hard professor with a soft side.He worked as a Creighton University faculty member for more than 45 years and was still teaching this year. Read Full Story

'48 Hours' looks at Omaha double murders

Lincoln Journal Star, May 5, 2017
Police followed a trail that would lead to a Creighton University medical resident, Anthony Garcia, who had been fired by Hunter and Brumback.
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