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High School Basketball Scores

Thursday's Scores By The Associated Press BOYS PREP BASKETBALL Ainsworth 47, North Central 36 Allen 55, Wausa 29 Amherst 55, Gibbon 53 Ansley-Litchfield 56, South Loup 54 Bertrand 61, Maywood-H... Read More

Fontanelle Final Bell Thursday with Heather Ramsey of the ARC Group

Heather Ramsey of the ARC Group joins the Fontanelle Final Bell to discuss her recent trip with Nebraska LEAD through Costa Rica and Brazil. Ramsey highlights that Brazil's current soybean crop looks to be a bumper crop. Going forward she believes Br... Read More

NE Politicians: Ag Producers Win with New Trump Admin. Navigable Waters Rule

Nebraska's politicians are applauding President Trump's latest move to rein in the Obama-era regulations under the 2015 Waters of the United States rule. Last October, the President announced the repeal of his predecessor's WOTUS rule, and Thursda... Read More

Gering Man Arrested for Inappropriate Contact with Student

Scottsbluff, Neb. -- Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) Investigators have arrested a former Gering Public Schools teacher on multiple charges related to inappropriate contact with a high school student. NSP began investigating reports of the inappropriate... Read More

Court: Kansas

A federal judge has ruled that provisions in a Kansas law that ban the secret filming at slaughterhouses and other livestock facilities unconstitutionally criminalize free speech. U.S. District Judge Kathryn Vratil mostly sided on Wednesday with a... Read More

Central Conference Tournament Set To Begin Monday January 27th

Beginning Monday, January 27th, girl's and boy's Central Conference basketball tournament will take place. The first two days of the tournament, Monday the 27th and Tuesday the 28th, higher seeds will host games. There will be no games on Wednesday, ... Read More

Bulldogs wear out Mustangs with pressure, 3-point shooting

SEWARD, Neb. – Visiting Morningside lost the turnover margin in a big way – and it cost it. The third-ranked Concordia University women’s basketball team went wire-to-wire with the press in getting the Mustangs out of their game. The defensive... Read More

Top-ranked team squelches win streak

SEWARD, Neb. – A white hot 8-for-10 start from the floor gave the Concordia University men’s basketball team an early double digit advantage over top-ranked Morningside on Wednesday (Jan. 22) night. It looked as if perhaps the Bulldogs just migh... Read More

Traffic Stop In Merrick County Results In Locating Variety Of Drugs and Drug Paraphernalia

MERRICK COUNTY- On January 19th, at approximately 12:44 P.M. a deputy with the Merrick County Sheriff's Department initiated a traffic stop on Highway 30 and Highway 92. The Deputy found over two pounds of leaf marijuana, ecstasy, cocaine, more than ... Read More

UNK graduate finds happiness as designer, social media personality

Nothing about Jenna Pilant’s life is ordinary. When the 35-year-old renovated her master bedroom, she went with purple carpet, orange and blue doors and a lime green bookcase. For Christmas, her rainbow tree was decorated with disco ball ornament... Read More

Nebraska farm, business groups spar over property tax bill

A bill that would lower Nebraska’s property taxes by shifting more state aid to schools is drawing support from the state’s top agricultural and business groups but opposition from schools that don’t want restrictions on their taxing power and ... Read More