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(Audio) Iowa Looks To Repeat Success

Iowa looks to repeat the magic of last year as the Hawkeyes embark upon this season. It was a dream season last year, before Iowa came up short to Michigan State in the Big Ten title game and th... Read More

20 laid off Tuesday at SWBC

SWBC confirms they have informed 20 people in Scottsbluff today that they will be laid off. SWBC Assistant Vice President of Public Relations Lisa Pinto told KNEB News the move was needed to "rightsize" due to the recent loss of two major clients.... Read More

(Audio) Ohio State Looks To Reload This Fall

At most schools a 12-1 season and a big win in the Fiesta Bowl would be a fantastic season, but Ohio State is not your average school. Last year was suppose to end with a conference and another national  title for the Buckeyes but that didn't happ... Read More

Building demolition begins for Downtown Plaza

Demolition has begun on two properties in downtown Scottsbluff along 18th Street between Broadway and 1st Avenue that will make way for a downtown plaza. After months of public meetings, open discussion and plans were discussed regarding whether t... Read More

Gering hopes to close out B-7 tournament with title game win tonight

Gering Head Coach Rick Kinnaman said he loaded up on some quality competition to close out the regular season schedule to have his kids ready for the postseason. He would have liked to have closed a little better than 1-7 but overall the plan appe... Read More

Attorney General not appealing Sioux County fracking wastewater ruling

  Attorney General Doug Peterson will not file an appeal to a Cheyenne County District Court ruling that the Nebraska Oil and gas Commission overstepped its authority in allowing a Colorado company to dispose of fracking wastewater in a Sioux... Read More

Scottsbluff native dies at Torrington prison

Authorities say a 48-year-old inmate who was housed at a medium correctional prison in Torrington has died after a lengthy illness. Marcos Vincent Martinez died at the Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff, Nebraska on Saturday. He served a ... Read More

Poll Finds Ag Lenders Helping Producers Restructure Debt

A new poll of senior leaders from Midwest Farm Credit lenders shows commodity prices as the greatest challenge facing their customers. Farm Credit lenders are responding to this by providing services to restructure the financial situations of their c... Read More

United flight lands safely after landing gear problem

A United Airlines flight carrying 56 people landed safely at a Colorado airport after the pilot reported a problem with the forward landing gear. Tony Vicari, interim director of aviation for the Durango airport, tells The Durango Herald the pilot... Read More

Monday fire destroys Whiteclay grocery store

A faulty roaster for fried chicken is blamed for the Monday morning fire that destroy the Arrowhead Foods grocery store, the first Native-owned business in Whiteclay. Rushville Volunteer Fire Department Assistant Chief Jerry Kearns says the initia... Read More

Three vehicle accident totals two vehicles, minor injury

A three vehicle accident Monday evening on Avenue I between three southbound cars caused extensive property damage but only minor injuries. The accident happened at the intersection of Avenue I and West 31st street around 4:45 p.m. Captain Tony St... Read More