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Donations from Nebraskans Pay for Repair, Replacement of Historical Markers

  LINCOLN, Nebr. (February 16, 2018)—More than 100 roadside markers across the state will be repaired or replaced as the result of the generosity of Nebraskans. Contributions of more than $80,0... Read More

Bill seeks to help victims of domestic violence get out of lease without penalty

  LINCOLN--Landlords would be required to release victims of domestic violence from residential leases under a bill proposed by Lincoln Sen. Kate Bolz. Legislative Bill 992 would also allow landlords to evict perpetrators of domestic viole... Read More

13-year-old Omaha student accused of school threats

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ A 13-year-old student has been arrested in western Omaha, accused of making terroristic threats against a school. The Douglas County Sheriff's Office says in a news release that the Elkhorn Valley View Middle School student was ... Read More

J-2 Eagle Viewing Facility Hosting Mark Peyton for Book Signing

Holdrege, Ne. -- Central Nebraska Public Power District's J-2 Hydroplant Eagle-Viewing Center southeast of Lexington will host Mark Peyton for a book signing this Saturday, Feb. 17,  from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.  Central Public Relations Assistant Holly... Read More

(VIDEO) Saw dust building in Cozad burned on Friday

RRN/ Cozad Fire & Rescue contain saw dust building fire at Island Dehy in Cozad on Friday February 16, 2018. Cozad Fire & Rescue spent most of the day Friday at a warehouse building on Island Dehy property in Cozad. They were called out a... Read More

State Chamber’s Leadership Nebraska Honors 29 Graduates

LINCOLN – On February 15, 2018, the State Chamber’s “Leadership Nebraska” hosted a commencement ceremony in Lincoln to honor 29 individuals for their successful completion of the program’s coursework and other requirements. This is Le... Read More

Senate Confirms Lexington native Joe Kelly to serve as U.S. Attorney for Nebraska

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Deb Fischer released the following statement after the Senate confirmed former Lancaster County Attorney Joe Kelly to serve as U.S. Attorney for the District of Nebraska: “Joe has the right experience and relevant... Read More

Man gets jail time for stealing from 2 churches

OSCEOLA, Neb. (AP) _ A man accused of stealing from two southeast Nebraska churches has been sentenced to jail. Court records say 21-year-old Wesley Trueax Jr., of Geneva, pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor theft charges. He was sentenced last ... Read More

Undocumented children deserve health insurance, lawmaker says

  LINCOLN--The All Kids Health Care Program could cover the thousands of kids in Nebraska who don't have health insurance because of their immigration status. Proposed by Sen. Tony Vargas of Omaha, Legislative Bill 922 would extend Medicai... Read More

Investigators Seize 37 Pounds of Methamphetamine on I-80

Investigators with the Nebraska State Patrol and partner agencies have seized 37 pounds of methamphetamine during an operation on Wednesday at the Alda exit on Interstate 80. NSP and the Central Nebraska Drug and Safe Streets Task Force received ... Read More

York City Council Hears One & Six Year Street Improvement Program

YORK, Neb. - A public hearing was held at Thursday evening's York City Council meeting on the city's proposed One & Six Year Street Improvement Program. The one year plan includes five projects. Streets that will see improvements include: West... Read More