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With one of the fastest-growing economies in the nation, Nebraska is a prime destination for job seekers. A recent study by creditdonkey.com has ranked Nebraska's 10 best cities to live in if a move to the Midwest is in the readers future. Ranking #1 Kearney. The website sited the strength of its economy grounded in the education, manufacturing an...
Nebraska's American Civil Liberties Union claims widespread misuse of tasers by Nebraska law enforcement. The ACLU Nebraska has released a report that reviewed the use of tasers by law officers from 11 departments between January of 2013 until May of this year. Amy Miller with the ACLU says Omaha police officers, responding to a call from a nursing...
State Treasurer Don Stenberg says 81 Nebraska high schools took advantage of a new, state-sponsored financial literacy program in the last school year. Stenberg said Tuesday that the Nebraska NEST Financial Scholars program reached 2,214 students. Of that total, 977 completed all nine modules to become certified. The online financial literacy progr...
Unless an agreement is reached by the end of the month, Nebraskans with Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance will not be able to get in-network prices for care at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney, St. Francis in Grand Island or any of the other 10 Catholic Health Initiative facilities in the state.  The reason the hospitals and Blue Cross Blue...
The severe thunderstorm that moved through central Nebraska last night brought down trees, limbs and powerlines.  Wind gusts topping 80 miles per hour and lots of lightning kept police, fire departments and utility crews busy.  There were numerous streets in Hastings blocked by downed limbs, some big enough to damage vehicles parked on the streets....
Nebraska lawmakers will have a new debate next year over immigration, an issue that could influence the 2014 governor's race. Republican Pete Ricketts and Democrat Chuck Hassebrook remain sharply divided over whether Nebraska should continue to deny driver's licenses for young immigrants who qualify for the Obama administration's deferred-action po...
Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman says two state attorneys have retired under threat of being fired and two other were suspended for their actions in the state's prison sentencing debacle. Heineman announced Friday that Department of Correctional Services general counsel George Green and associate legal counsel Sharon Lindgren chose to leave their jobs r...
This weekend, Hastings will be the destination for pro rodeo cowboys and cowgirls across the nation. Over 200 athletes from 14 states will converge at the Adams County Fairgrouds for the Oregon Trail Rodeo. Ruth Nicholaus with Hastings Rodeo about the excitement that comes with the rodeo. The Oregon Trail Rodeo is this weekend 22-24th, beginning at...
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