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Nebraska tax collections surpass expectations in September

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Nebraska collected far more tax revenue than expected last month and is running ahead of projections so far in the fiscal year that began July 1. The Department of Revenue repo... Read More

Halloween hooliganism not accepted

Late Sunday morning, Cozad Police Department posted to their Facebook page about multiple criminal mischief cases that occurred the previous night. At the time they had an estimated 10 to 15 cases where Halloween decorations or pumpkins were damaged ... Read More

Man arrested following disturbances at Wilsonville residence

A 27-year-old McCook man was arrested October 6th following two disturbances reported at a Wilsonville residence. Furnas County Sheriff Kurt Kapperman says his agency responded around 3:50pm that day. A man had left the residence before their arrival... Read More

Suspect returned from Colorado to Furnas County

A 37-year-old Cambridge man was recently returned from Colorado to face charges in Furnas County. It stems from two separate incidents in August. Furnas County Sheriff Kurt Kapperman says a Burglary was reported at a storage building in Cambridge. A ... Read More

State law to be sought on Omaha rental property inspections

Omaha, Neb. --  A state senator wants the Nebraska Legislature to require landlord registration and more regular inspections of rental units in Omaha. Sen. Justin Wayne said Thursday that his legislative proposal is being spurred by the filthy co... Read More

Nebraska Broadcasters Association Donates $5,000 to Broadcasters Foundation of America to aid Broadcasters Impacted by Hurricanes Florence, Michael

Omaha, NE: The Nebraska Broadcasters Association Foundation (NBAF) has made a $5,000.00 contribution to Broadcasters Foundation of America (BFA), to aid their support of broadcasters who have been impacted by hurricanes Florence and Michael. Curre... Read More

Disaster training exercise to be conducted Saturday at Custer Co Fairgrounds

Custer County Emergency Management Director is advising that a full scale disaster training exercise will be conducted Saturday morning(Oct 13th) from 8:00am to noon at the Custer County Fairgrounds. Mark Rempe says the exercise will simulate a full ... Read More

Two juveniles arrested in North Platte homicide investigation

  North Platte Police Department announced Friday afternoon that two arrests were made in a North Platte homicide investigation. The case stems from the September 14th shooting death of a 22-year-old man in North Platte's Centennial Park. Off... Read More

Union Pacific to close Nebraska Panhandle locomotive shop

MORRILL, Neb. (AP) _ Union Pacific plans to close its locomotive repair shop in the Nebraska Panhandle's Scotts Bluff County. Company representatives say the shop just southeast of Morrill will close by the end of January. They say the decision wa... Read More

1,640 LBS OF THC EDIBLES, WAX, MARIJUANA FOUND IN I-80 TRAFFIC STOP NEAR MILFORD

Lincoln, NE - Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) have arrested two people and seized more than 1,600 pounds of edible marijuana products, THC wax, and marijuana during a traffic stop on Interstate 80 near Milford. The traf... Read More

Two Traffic Stops Lead to Seizure of 37 LBs of Marijuana, $130,000

(GRAND ISLAND, NEB.) — Two traffic stops in central Nebraska have led to the arrest of three people and the seizure of 37 pounds of marijuana, more than $100,000 of drug money, and multiple other controlled substances. The first traffic stop occ... Read More