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One Central Nebraska school district has said ok to guns in senior pictures. The Broken Bow school board voted unanimously last night in favor of the policy after an issue arose last year where a student was denied that option. Broken Bow hosts the annual One Box Pheasant Hunt each year and hunting is very popular among residents in the c...
The Nebraska State Patrol conducted compliance checks at 62 businesses in Adams and Webster Counties last Friday. Of the 49 businesses checked in Adams County, four were found to be non-compliant after selling alcohol to a minor, including three in Hastings. The three Hastings businesses included Walgreen's, Los Caporales and El Toro Mexi...
Recent mild weather has helped Nebraska farmers make good progress on harvesting their crops. The U.S.D.A says more soybeans are being harvested now because farmers are waiting for corn to dry out a bit more. But the corn harvest is underway. Roughly 69 percent of the soybeans have been harvested. That's behind last year's 77 percent and the averag...
No injuries were reported after an airplane made an emergency landing yesterday at the Central Nebraska Regional Airport. The Allegiant plane was carrying six people, including two pilots and four passengers. The plane was flying from North Platte to Sioux City, Iowa when the plane's heat warning light came on. The plane landed safely at around 3:3...
The Hastings Public School Board met last night in regular session. While the board approved several finance measures, it was the Superintendent's Good News report that captured the public at a jam packed city chamber hall Monday night. Superintendent Craig Kautz brought three school officials forward last night who are being dubbed as loc...
BNSF Railway officials are trying to determine what caused a coal train to partially derail in York County. Mounds of spilled coal shut down two tracks and a street in Waco on Sunday. A railway spokesman says the train was headed east when 28 of its 119 cars derailed. All but one of the derailed cars landed on their sides. There were no i...
It's unfortunately that time of the year again where we start mentioning the F-word. The "flu" is officially here in Nebraska. The first confirmed cases of the season have been reported to the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services. All three cases are in Douglas County. Dr. Tom Safranek, the State Epidemiologist says it's possi...
Seven people were hospitalized yesterday following a two-vehicle crash in Nuckolls County. The accident occurred at approximately 12:30 p.m. A sheriff's investigation showed that a southbound Dodge Ram pickup collided with a northbound Ford Expedition, south of Superior on a road commonly referred to as the Webber Black Top. The collision...
Kearney Police and the FBI are investigating an armed robbery which took place this morning at a Kearney credit union. Authorities responded to reports of the robbery at Kearney Eaton Employees Federal Credit Union on East Highway 30 at around 9:22 a.m. Police are searching for two black males. The first is between 6-0 and 6-2, 1...
The Nebraska Lottery has announced a Juniata woman was the winner of a $100,000 prize off a scratch lottery ticket. Lottery officials say the winning ticket was purchased at Ampride South in Hastings. There are three $100,000 top prizes for the Turquoise Treasures lottery game. Ginger Ogle becomes the second to win the prize. She told lottery offic...
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