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(Audio) McCook Knocks Off Lexington On Tuesday

McCook-A furious fourth quarter comeback wasn't enough as Lexington came up short to the Bison on Tuesday night losing 48-46. The Bison used a big 14-0 run to end the 3rd quarter and to start the four... Read More

Nebraska bill would swap Columbus Day for Standing Bear Day

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Nebraska would no longer recognize Columbus Day as an official state holiday but would instead honor the legacy of Native Americans if a new proposal becomes law. The bill introduced Tuesday would create ``Standing Bear and Indi... Read More

Creighton Suffers Huge Loss

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ Creighton point guard and national assists leader Maurice Watson Jr. will miss the rest of the season because of a major knee injury. Watson tweeted on Tuesday that an MRI revealed a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee... Read More

Nebraska committee advances 'Choose Life' license plate bill

LINCOLN, Neb. - Nebraska motorists could show opposition to abortion on their license plates under a bill headed to debate in the full Legislature. The Transportation and Telecommunications Committee voted 8-0 Tuesday to advance the proposal. T... Read More

(AUDIO) S-E-M dedicates new addition and renovations to school complex

View photo album of Sumner-Eddyille-Miller Public School ribbon cutting by clicking here. Sumner - In November of 2014, voters in the Sumner-Eddyville-Miller school disctrict voted to approve a $4.3 million bond to fund the costs of renovating, re... Read More

High School Basketball Scores

Tuesday's Scores By The Associated Press= BOYS BASKETBALL= Alliance 59, Gordon/Rushville 33 Arapahoe 63, Axtell 29 Arcadia-Loup City 61, Twin Loup 47 Bayard 38, South Platte 31 Blue Hill 63, Harvard 48 Brady 71, Maxwell 56 Creek Valley 57, P... Read More

Fire Marshal blames electrical short for rural house fire

A process of elimination led State  Fire Marshal Ryan Sylvester to arrive at the cause of a fire that gutted a rural residence three-miles west of Lexington last Thursday morning.... "The cause of the fire was an "electrical arc" caused by a sho... Read More

Chambers submits new bill to repeal Nebraska's death penalty

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ A Nebraska senator who opposes the death penalty is once again trying to abolish the punishment even though voters reinstated it last year. Sen. Ernie Chambers of Omaha introduced the repeal bill on Tuesday. Chambers has tried... Read More

Minnesota Governor Announces $350M in Federal Funds for Water Quality

Minnesota has secured $350 million in federal funds for a voluntary program to pay farmers to protect and improve water quality in southern and western Minnesota, Gov. Mark Dayton announced Tuesday, but the state will have to come up with about $95 m... Read More

Automakers Fuel the U.S. Market With More Biodiesel Capable Diesel Vehicle Models

U.S. auto manufacturers have introduced a record number of new biodiesel capable diesel vehicle options for consumers as the push for increased fuel efficiency, performance, and sustainability in America’s transportation sector grows. Despite a cha... Read More

State Patrol Captain says public heeded early warnings about ice storm

Early warnings about the recent ice storm are getting some of the credit for no fatal crashes in Nebraska as a result of the recent ice storm. That from Nebraska State Patrol Captain Martin Denton in North Platte. Captain Denton also credits technolo... Read More