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Opening statements conclude first week in Boswell trial

  Opening statements were heard Friday morning in the First Degree Murder Trial of Bailey Boswell in the Dawson County Courthouse in Lexington. Boswell is accused in the slaying and dismemberm... Read More

Juvenile In Custody After Fleeing Court Hearing, Multiple Pursuits

SEPTEMBER 24, 2020 (SOUTH SIOUX CITY, NEB.)  — Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol took a juvenile into custody following multiple pursuits in northeast Nebraska Wednesday. At approximately 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, troopers were notified that th... Read More

Long-time Scottsbluff and Rural Radio Network Broadcaster Set to Retire

KNEB-AM Morning Show Host, News Co-Anchor, and Copy Writer Dennis Ernest has announced he will be stepping out from behind the microphone and retiring at the end of this month. A Panhandle native was born and raised in Dalton, he started pursuing ... Read More

(AUDIO) Wagner encourages Nebraskans to enjoy weather

7 day weather is pretty quiet for the area with plenty of sunshine and warmer temperatures. Nebraska Game and Parks Greg Wagner encourages everyone to get out of the house and take advantage of the weather. Wagner made his comments during his ... Read More

Jury panel selection continues in Saline County trial

The 1st Degree Murder trial of 26-year-old Bailey Boswell started Wednesday with potential jurors being asked by a special prosecutor whether they had read or heard anything about the case. Nearly all indicated they had heard about the case and most ... Read More

(AUDIO) UNL livestock judging team prepares for competition

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln livestock judging team is preparing to compete in the 2020-21 season, and second-year coach Blaine French is excited to work with this year’s team. French, an Arkansas native, said beyond knowledge of the indus... Read More

Bat caught in Wisner tests positive for Rabies

Elkhorn Logan Valley Public Health Department has received notification that a bat captured in Wisner has tested positive for rabies. This is the second bat confirmed infected with rabies that has been captured in our health district in the last mont... Read More

Small business workshops set for October

LYONS, NEBRASKA - Entrepreneurs and small business managers are invited to attend free, virtual workshops that are a continuation of the Emergency Readiness Series, sponsored by the Center for Rural Affairs’ Women’s Business Center. Workshops ... Read More

Free Skin Cancer Screening in Fremont October 6th

FREMONT, NE – September 22, 2020: Methodist Fremont Health will provide free skin cancer screenings from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, October 6, at Methodist Fremont Health Medical Center’s Health Park Plaza, 450 East 23rd Street in Fremont. S... Read More

CCC Center Named in Honor of CCH

The Central Community College Board of Governors has approved the external naming of the $13.1 million Center for Science and Technology on the Columbus Campus. The Columbus Community Hospital Center for Science and Technology will be located in the... Read More

(AUDIO) GACC Update

GACC is in the process of preparing their High School Juniors for the ACT. Principal Kate Hagemann. Hagemann says GACC continues with their Enkindle program this week. Hagemann says to keep checking updated activity schedules online bef... Read More