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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Harold Johnson
Harold Johnson has a carved cane his father bought him from Mexico and a walking stick that's taller than he is.
A Minnesota truck driver charged with murder in a May wreck on Interstate 24 is seeking to have the charges against him dismissed on grounds police didn't have probable cause to arrest him.
A convicted sex offender has pleaded not guilty to allegations that he sexually a 6-year-old girl in southeast Nebraska.
Museum president Harold Johnson said the event was designed to present the history of the air field and to honor those who served the country in a quest for freedom.
Johnson said about 50 pilots participated in the fly-in, including a number of war veterans.