class="home blog group-blog masthead-fixed list-view full-width grid wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.2.3 vc_responsive"

Lawsuits challenge railroad's authority to OK oil pipeline

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ The U.S. government began handing out land to railroads to encourage development more than 150 years ago, but questions remain about how much control those companies have over the land.   Union Pacific faces several lawsuits related to whether it had the authority to al...

Read More
story slider pointer

Lawsuits challenge railroad's authority to OK oil pipeline

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ The U.S. government began handing out land to railroads to encourage development more than 150 years ago, but questions remain about how much control those companies have over the land.   Union Pacific faces several lawsuits related to whether it had the authority to al...

Read More

Retired military dogs find new purpose in US meth wars

INDIANAPOLIS - Military dogs that spent years in war zones are putting their noses to new uses by helping police in the U.S. combat methamphetamine and other drugs. The dogs headed to Indiana, Texas, Tennessee, Nebraska and Georgia are part of a venture that organizers say gives police a resource...

Read More

Smithsonian "The Way We Worked" exhibit will be touring Nebraska

Humanities Nebraska will partner with the Smithsonian Institution through the "Museum on Main Street" program to bring a traveling exhibit that celebrates work and various industries to seven communities across Nebraska in 2015 and 2016. "The Way We Worked," exhibit will be filled with collection...

Read More

Nebraska AG says university violated open meetings act

Nebraska's attorney general says the University of Nebraska violated the state's open meetings law when it held private meetings as part of its search for a new president. The Lincoln Journal Star reports Attorney General Doug Peterson concluded the University of Nebraska violated the open meetin...

Read More

Lexington baseball celebrated

  Tom Stuckey returned to Lexington Wednesday where he observed a refurbished outdoor sign commemorating the two Legion champion baseball teams in Lexington. The costs were defrayed from memorial funds of Stuckey's mother and from the Lexington Convention and Visitor's Bureau Fund. The sign ...

Read More

lexington

63F

( Feels like: 63F )

  • Sunny with Mist and Fog Sunny with Mist and Fog
  • humidity: 94
  • wind: 6 mph SE
4th of July
Explore KRVN Country Ticket Window KAMI Mobile KRVN.com

Community Calendar

Jul
3
Fri
all-day Weekend at Mac’s Creek – Lexington @ Mac's Creek Winery
Weekend at Mac’s Creek – Lexington @ Mac's Creek Winery
Jul 3 – Jul 5 all-day
Friday, July 3rd: OPEN 12-6pm/Full Lunch Menu 12-3pm Friday with Friends 6-9pm Featuring: Thalken, Tisdell & Thalken Saturday, July 4th: OPEN 12-6pm/4th of July Lunch Menu: Pulled Pork Sandwich or Chicken Salad Croissant 12-3pm Sunday,[...]
Jul
4
Sat
all-day Miller Dance – Miller, NE @ Miller Community Hall
Miller Dance – Miller, NE @ Miller Community Hall
Jul 4 all-day
NO DANCE – Celebrate Our Freedom Safely
all-day Prairie Pioneer Days Parade – Ar...
Prairie Pioneer Days Parade – Ar...
Jul 4 all-day
Arapahoe Prairie Pioneer Days Parade and Registration. Registration from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. with parade to follow. Family activities including food booths, homemade ice cream, kids games, and much more!
9:00 am 3rd Annual Superhero Dash 5K/1 M...
3rd Annual Superhero Dash 5K/1 M...
Jul 4 @ 9:00 am
Don your favorite costume or create your own then come walk, run or fly in the 3rd annual Superhero Dash at the Kearney Archway on July 4 starting at 9am! All proceeds benefit Compass’ Community[...]
5:00 pm 4th of July Big Igloo Freedom Fe...
4th of July Big Igloo Freedom Fe...
Jul 4 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Everyone is invited out to the 4th of July Big Igloo Freedom Fest in Kearney at Grace Fellowship, 4305 19th Avenue. You will find everything from inflatable games, hamburgers & hotdogs, funnel cakes, cotton candy,[...]
Jul
5
Sun
all-day Chapel of the Lake – Johnson Lake
Chapel of the Lake – Johnson Lake
Jul 5 all-day
Minister: Rev. Jamie Strickler of Holdrege Laymen: Nancy Harms Special Music:  Betty Erickson

View Calendar