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NSAA Boys State Golf Underway

The NSAA boys golf tournaments are underway at four locations across the state. Highlands in Lincoln is hosting Class A, Riverside in Grand Island is hosting Class B. Holmes golf course in Lincoln is ... Read More

Senators expected to vote Wed on death penalty veto override

LINCOLN-- State senators will be faced with yet another historic vote Wednesday afternoon: whether or not to uphold their original vote on LB 268 and override the governor's veto of the bill repealing the death penalty in Nebraska. Gov. Pete Ric... Read More

Kansas Senators Prepare to Debate Tax Hike on Farmers

The Kansas Senate is preparing to debate a plan for closing a projected state budget shortfall by raising sales, tobacco and gasoline taxes and suspending an income tax break for business owners. The bill on senators' agenda Wednesday would raise... Read More

Kansas marijuana bill hits roadblock in state Senate

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- A bill that would ease many of Kansas' marijuana laws has stalled in the Senate and likely won't be considered again this year. Senate Majority Leader Terry Bruce said Tuesday the bill needs time for careful consideration and ... Read More

Kansas Senate plans to debate raising taxes to fix budget

TOPEKA, Kansas (AP) – The Kansas Senate is preparing to debate a plan for closing a projected state budget shortfall by raising sales, tobacco and gasoline taxes and suspending an income tax break for business owners. The bill on senators’ age... Read More

Renewal Notices Changing to Save Money

ASSOCIATED PRESS - The Kansas Department of Revenue is planning to change the way it notifies residents that they need to renew their vehicle tags. The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that the department wants to replace 2.6 million personalized ve... Read More

Nebraska One Step Closer to Meatpackers Owning Hogs

Nebraska lawmakers moved one step closer Tuesday to lifting the state's ban on meatpacker-owned hogs, despite objections by senators who say it protects small and independent producers. The measure won first-round approval on a 28-10 vote after supp... Read More

Central Tire & Tread redevelopment plan approved by Lex. City Council

The Lexington City Council approved a redevelopment plan from Central Tire & Tread, Inc. for property located on the south corner of Heartland Road and Heartland Drive, south of Volvo. Central Tire would construct an approximate 18,000 square foo... Read More

First Crop Ratings for Corn Slightly Bearish

The nation's corn crop was rated 74% good to excellent as of May 24, according to USDA's weekly Crop Progress and Condition report released Tuesday. This was the first week condition ratings on corn were reported this growing season. "This resulted ... Read More

5 Cozad teens involved in pickup rollover

The Dawson County Sheriff's Office reported to a one vehicle rollover south of Cozad on Sunday, May 24. 16-year-old Klint Gill was driving a 1997 Ford pickup traveling southbound near the intersections of Road 459 and Road 19, before losing control o... Read More

Providence Transfer to visit NU

Providence Transfer Paschal Chukwu, plans to visit Nebraska in June. Chukwu averaged nearly 3 points and over 2 rebounds in about 10 minutes in over 34 games as a freshman for the Friars. He will have to sit out this upcoming season, and will h... Read More