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Traffic stop results in 4 arrests in Lexington Wednesday morning

Lexington Police Department made four arrests following a traffic stop around 10:00am Wednesday near 5th and Jackson Streets. Cap. Paul Schwarz says an officer was making a traffic stop on a v... Read More

Heartland Community Schools student wins If Kids Could Cure contest by Pfizer

HENDERSON, Neb. - A Heartland Community Schools fifth-grader has won a contest designed by Pfizer to help make the world a better place. Tucker Robinson was honored Wednesday by Pfizer, Nebraska Lt. Gov. Mike Foley, and his entire school for winni... Read More

Learning by doing: Growing Growers accepting apprenticeship applications

OLATHE, Kan. – Would-be farmers interested in learning about growing and selling fresh produce have until March 1 to sign up for the 2018 Growing Growers apprenticeship program of Kansas City. Through the program, participants attend educational ... Read More

Troopers Arrest Man for Possession of Ketamine

Grand Island, Ne. -- Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) have arrested a man for possession of multiple controlled substances, including a large quantity of the anesthetic Ketamine. The drugs were found during a traffic stop on Interstate 8... Read More

Spring Game Set for Saturday, April 21

Nebraska Athletics has finalized the date and time for the 2018 Red-White Spring Game which will be played on Saturday, April 21 at 11 a.m. at Memorial Stadium. Last fall the spring game had been listed as April 14, 2018. Reserved tickets for the... Read More

A Guy You Want on Your Side

He was named “the most dangerous man on the planet” by environmental activists in 2003 when his face appeared on a “wanted” poster at a global warming conference he was attending in Milan, Italy. Fifteen years later, Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okl... Read More

Officer injured after being dragged by fleeing van

North Platte, Neb.  -- Authorities say a North Platte police officer suffered minor injuries after falling from the side of a van as the van's driver began to flee. The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office says the officer had pulled over the van Tues... Read More

Storm Make Trade For Defenseman

Kearney, NE. – The Tri-City Storm have acquired defenseman Blake Evennou from the Muskegon Lumberjacks in exchange for a 2018 USHL Phase II Draft 9th Round Pick. Evennou, 19, from Macomb, Michigan has skated in 28 of Muskegon’s 30 games this seas... Read More

Wildland fire risk is above normal in central, southern Plains

The central and southern Plains, including much of Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas have a higher than usual potential of wildland fire through April, according to Kansas State University scientists and a government organization that assesses such risks. ... Read More

Roberts Introduces Kansan C.J. Mahoney at Hearing to Become Deputy U.S. Trade Representative

WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.), a senior member of the Senate Finance Committee, today introduced C.J. Mahoney, originally from Russell, Kan., at his nomination hearing to become Deputy United States Trade Representative. “I overw... Read More

Most of ACLU's lawsuit against Nebraska prisons advances

Lincoln, Ne. --  A federal judge has dismissed portions of a lawsuit that says Nebraska's overcrowded prisons give inadequate health care, overuse solitary confinement and discriminate against disabled inmates. The American Civil Liberties Union ... Read More