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Starfish Gala to Support Chromosome 18 Research

If you don't have plans for your Valentine's Day yet, invite the family for the Starfish Gala at the Younes Conference Center in Kearney on Feb 14 from 5:30 - 8:30 PM. The Gala is in support of the... Read More

No injuries following Monday rollover near Lexington

RRN/ Two occupants of an SUV escaped injury in a rollover accident Monday afternoon near Lexington. (Paul Pack/ KRVN Radio) Two occupants of an SUV escaped injury in a rollover accident Monday afternoon near Lexington. It happened about 4 miles n... Read More

Prison training program proposed for Peru State College

Peru, Neb. -- Officials say a proposed college program would help train future leaders for Nebraska's prisons. The prisons have been struggling with overcrowding, staffing issues and inmate unrest. The proposed partnership between Peru State Colle... Read More

Aggies compete at Denver

CURTIS, Neb. – The NCTA livestock judging team braved cold weather in pre-contest workouts in early January, and their efforts paid off last week in Denver. The sophomore team brought home a 12th place in judging carloads of cattle at the Natio... Read More

Search for missing Beaver City man scaled back, but still active

Beaver City, Neb. -- The Furnas County Sheriff's Office and Beaver City Fire and Rescue have scaled-back large-scale search efforts for Larry Hardenbrook. Sheriff Doug Brown gives an update... Hardenbrook, of Beaver City, was last seen at 9:45... Read More

Stargazing woman who fell off bridge taken to Omaha hospital

WAVERLY, Neb. - Authorities say a woman who fell off a bridge while stargazing has been transferred from a Lincoln hospital to one in Omaha. Lindsay Kroger, of rural Lincoln, had gone with five other people to the bridge about 2 miles southeast of Wa... Read More

Nebraska regent Hawks says he won't seek 4th term on board

Courtesy/University of Nebraska Regents -- U of N Regent Howard Hawks Lincoln, Neb. -- A University of Nebraska Board of Regents member has decided not to seek another six-year term. Howard Hawks made the announcement Monday. He was first e... Read More

2020 Women in Agriculture

During the month of January we are featuring some amazing women in agriculture.  Click on the links below to learn more about each woman. Anne Meis: Kimberly Ford: Joan Ruskamp: Kalli Nelms: Angela Minary-Henne: Ama... Read More

Death penalty hearing set for man in Lincoln woman's slaying

Wilbur, Neb.  -- A June hearing has been scheduled for a three-judge panel to consider whether a man's crime qualifies for the death penalty or whether he should be sentenced to life in a Nebraska prison. Aubrey Trail and his girlfriend, Bailey Bosw... Read More

Registration Now Open for Miss Rodeo Nebraska Clinic

Registrations are now being accepted for the 2020 Miss Rodeo Nebraska Clinic on Saturday, March 28 in North Platte. The clinic is open to girls ages 12 and older. It is limited to the first 12 to sign up. The clinic will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at... Read More

Nebraska Games and Parks Adds Project WILD

Project WILD provides interdisciplinary conservation and environmental education curriculum and materials that focus on wildlife and conservation for all educators – formal and non-formal, pre-K through high school. Nebraska’s Project WILD Pro... Read More