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October 19, 2020
Scottsbluff police are investigating their first ‘Zoom bomb’ crime. Last Monday, individuals interrupted a Scottsbluff school board virtual meeting... more››
October 19, 2020
Faced with a year-end deadline to spend federal CARES Act dollars, Gov. Pete Ricketts announced a new series of programs Monday to help Nebraska... more››
October 19, 2020
A propane tank painted to look like a watermelon sits in front of a produce stand on Highway 150 in Fayette County, Iowa. Its long-time owner, Atrus... more››
October 16, 2020
Even though he’s re-tightening restrictions in response to increasing hospitalizations, Gov. Pete Ricketts isn’t second-guessing the state’s... more››
October 16, 2020
Native leaders and advocates will unveil a billboard in Omaha Saturday calling for justice for a man who died during his arrest in June of 2017.... more››
October 16, 2020
The Air Force has announced plans to begin replacing missiles based in western Nebraska, with plans could have a big impact on the area.Just off a... more››
October 15, 2020
Between the pandemic and widespread misinformation about mail-in voting, 2020 is the first year in recent memory that Americans may be concerned... more››
October 15, 2020
More than 217,000 Nebraskans have already cast a ballot in the upcoming general election, part of the 17.5 million Americans who have voted about... more››
October 15, 2020
One of the mostly contested seats in Congress this year is Nebraska’s 2nd Congressional Seat where Incumbent Republican Don Bacon takes on... more››
October 14, 2020
Are payday lenders offering a service to low-income customers or profiting when people find themselves in a financial bind? When you vote this year... more››

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