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Former York city landfill worker accused of embezzlement

YORK, Neb. - A Lincoln woman has been accused of embezzlement while working for the York city landfill. The York News-Times reports that 59-year-old Lynn Rasmussen is charged with theft. Her attorn... Read More

Wildfire Aid Amendment Included in Farm Bill Proposal

Wildfires have burned major portions of Oklahoma, as well as several other areas in the High Plains, over the past week. In an attempt to give better aid to people in those areas, a Drover’s report says Kansas Republican Representative Roger Mar... Read More

Tuition, room and board rates increased at Nebraska colleges

PERU, Neb. - The Nebraska State College Board of Trustees has approved a 2.9 percent increase in tuition at the state's three state colleges. The Omaha World-Herald reports that the trustees approved the increase Friday during a meeting at Peru St... Read More

Up-and-comers on display as spring season wraps up

SEWARD, Neb. – For the majority of Friday evening’s spring scrimmage, the Concordia University football team looked very little like the one that last appeared in the fall in an official game. Proven commodities such as running back Ryan Durdo... Read More

City of Kearney Has Lowest Municipal Property Tax Levy in Nebraska

Kearney, Neb. -- An annual survey has recently released municipal property tax levies for 2017-2018 and Kearney  has remained the lowest property tax levy among first-class cities in the state. Cities are classified as first class if they have more ... Read More

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day  April 28, 2018

Although Americans are becoming more aware of the prescription drug abuse epidemic, drug overdoses are killing more people than ever before. A recent public health study found that more than half of individuals who are prescribed an opioid pain me... Read More

Commission approves deer, antelope and elk hunting recommendations

LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission approved recommendations for 2018 deer, antelope and elk hunting seasons when it met April 19 at Fort Robinson State Park near Crawford. Among the big game changes to Commission orders: Dee... Read More

(Video) Frost Era Begins At Nebraska

Lincoln - In front of a crowd of 86,818 Husker fans, the Nebraska football team hosted its annual Red White Spring Game on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. The official attendance of 86,818 set a Nebraska Spring Game record and marked the eighth-lar... Read More

Neb. Attorney General's 2018 Youth Conference

Lincoln – On April 10,   Attorney General Doug Peterson was joined by 59 high school juniors from across 40 Nebraska communities for the 2018 Attorney General’s Youth Conference held at the Nebraska State Capitol. Students were selected from a... Read More


Brandon Benitz continues his weekly “Chat with the Chancellor” here in the Spring 2018 semester by talking with Doug Kristensen, the Chancellor of the University of Nebraska at Kearney. This week, we talk about "Celebrating Excellence Retireme... Read More

Whooping Cough (Pertussis) Cases in Southwest Nebraska

  Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department (SWNPHD) has confirmed three cases of whooping cough (pertussis) in Southwest Nebraska.  SWNPHD is working with Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Epidemiology on monitoring these cases a... Read More