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(AUDIO) Quinn appears in court on sex trafficking and other charges

Furnas County Attorney Morgan Farquhar requests that Willam Quinn be held without bond to County Judge Tim Hoeft.   An Oxford man made his first appearance in Furnas County Court Wednes... Read More

Identities released in deadly I-80 accident near Lexington

LEXINGTON - Authorities have released more information about the deadly accident that took place Sunday on Interstate 80 near Lexington. At approximately 11: 37 a.m., the Dawson County Sheriff's Office received a call of a vehicle rollover in the wes... Read More

Three people taken to Omaha hospital after Plattsmouth fire

PLATTSMOUTH, Neb. (AP) - Authorities say three people were taken to an Omaha hospital after being rescued from a residential fire in Plattsmouth. The fire was reported about 12:30 p.m. Monday at a home about two blocks west of City Hall. The Omaha Wo... Read More

Hemingford Man Dies in Head-On Collision Outside Alliance Monday

Authorities say a head-on collision just northwest of Alliance claimed the life of one man, and sent another to the hospital Monday evening. The Nebraska State Patrol says at approximately 6 p.m., a Buick Lucerne northbound on Highway 385 crossed ... Read More

State Patrol Camp 63 Application Process Closes February 3

Lincoln,  Neb. -- There is still time to become a Nebraska State Trooper by the end of 2020. Applications for the 63rd Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) Basic Recruit Camp will be accepted through Monday, February 3. “Last year was a solid recruiting... Read More

Man accused of taking more than $250K from aunt

Scottsbluff, Neb. --  A Scottsbluff man is accused of taking more than $250,000 from his aunt. Court records say Barry Neal is charged with felony abuse of a vulnerable adult. His attorney didn't immediately return a call Monday from The Associated ... Read More

Nebraska bill to help human trafficking victims advances

Lincoln, Neb. -- Nebraska lawmakers have taken a new step to try to help survivors of human trafficking but stopped short of putting any new money into the initiative. Lawmakers advanced a bill, 46-0, to create a competitive grant program for grou... Read More

UNK Conference Focuses on Technology in the Classroom

Educators from across the region are invited to an upcoming conference focusing on ways to use technology to support student learning and engagement. The University of Nebraska at Kearney’s annual Tech Edge Spring Conference – “Innovation, Tec... Read More

Feather Pluckers Chapter to Host Hunting Heritage Banquet in Lexington.

Lexington, NE - A new chapter has come to Lexington, Nebraska called “Feather Pluckers”. This chapter is part of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) who strive to not only preserve the wild turkey population, but also continue to hunt and ... Read More

Commission schedules youth fishing instructor workshops

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has scheduled workshops for youth fishing instructors. Instructors are part of the Youth Fishing Program, a statewide team of volunteers and Game and Parks staffers who host educational fish... Read More

One death, two injuries in late Sunday morning accidents

  One person died in pickup rollover accident near Lexington Sunday morning, leading to a secondary collision with two semis behind it. It occurred around 11:45am Sunday about three miles east of Lexington, both accidents occurred in the west... Read More