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(Video) Laser light show celebrates Nebraska's sesquicentennial

A laser light show lit the Nebraska State Capitol building on Friday night as the "Salute to the Good Life"  celebrated 150 years of statehood. Video: "Salute to the Good Life" ...... Read More

Amelia Earhart to speak in North Platte

Members of the North Platte Town Hall Lecture Series will have the chance to fly around the world on Oct. 11. They will do it with Amelia Rose Earhart – the second speaker of the 2017-18 THLS season. Her talk, “Around the World with Amel... Read More

Commission study shows whooping crane migration is changing

LINCOLN, Neb. – Endangered whooping cranes are migrating earlier in spring and later in fall, according to a newly published study by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Natural Resources. The ... Read More

Rainbow trout stockings scheduled this fall

LINCOLN, Neb. – Catchable-size rainbow trout are being stocked in city ponds and lakes across the state by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. These stockings will enhance fishing opportunities this fall and winter. Trout fishing is a great ... Read More

Old Cornhusker Football Film Removed from  Treasurer’s Online Auction, to Be Returned to Family

  Lincoln, Neb. (September 22, 2017) – One of the items in the Nebraska State Treasurer’s upcoming eBay auction of abandoned safe deposit boxes has been removed from the auction and is in the process of being claimed by its owners - a fil... Read More

Local retailer kicks-off Husker Fuel

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Renewable Fuel Nebraska are getting behind ethanol and have signed on with retailers to launch Husker Fuel, an E15 blend at the pump this fall. In the Panhandle, Western Travel Terminal has joined in, as a re... Read More

Subsidy watchdog warns Nebraska officials about incentives

LINCOLN, Neb.  -- A national subsidy watchdog group is urging Nebraska officials to question their use of tax incentives for businesses. Greg LeRoy of the group Good Jobs First says state officials should ignore the temptation to get into an "eco... Read More

Volunteers help train horses rescued from Nebraska farm

LINCOLN, Neb. - As many as 20 volunteers are helping train and care for two dozen horses that were seized last month from a Nebraska farm. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that 24 horses were moved from the Seward County farm to a safe foster barn... Read More

Positive rabies test in bat exposure at local sporting event

Seek medical attention if in direct contact with positive rabies animals Holdrege, NE-- - Two Rivers Public Health Department (TRPHD) reports a positive test of rabies in a bat implicated in a potential rabies exposure at a little league football ... Read More

Downey Drilling looks to future with water services

Click here for interview with Downey Drilling President Tom Downey RRN/ The south view of the new Downey Drilling headquarters building in southeast Lexington. Three generations of the Downey family have been in the water well d... Read More

Nebraska soldiers travel to Sweden for military exercises

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - About 60 Nebraska soldiers are participating in a multinational military training exercise in Sweden. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that Nebraska Army National Guard members spent Thursday parachuting onto an island in the ... Read More