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Gering drops opener to Hastings, finds plenty of building blocks

At the end of the day a loss is a loss, but first year Gering Head Coach Todd Ekart should find plenty of positives following his team's opening night 25-14 loss at home to Hastings. After an 0-9 s... Read More

High speed chase suspect has case bound over to District Court

A 25 year old Scottsbluff man who led authorities on a high speed chase through Wyoming and Scotts Bluff County was back in court Friday afternoon. Joshua Jaso was arrested on August 14th after reaching speeds exceeding 100 m.p.h. He is charged wi... Read More

4th Congressional Hearing Planned on Colorado Mine Blowout

DENVER (AP) _ A fourth congressional hearing is planned on the release of tainted wastewater from a Colorado gold mine that affected three states. The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee announced Friday it plans a hearing on Sept. 16. ... Read More

Banner Health announces joint administrator for southern Wyoming hospitals

Banner Health announced Friday that Platte County Memorial Hospital Chief Executive Officer Shelby Nelson has been named executive officer of Banner’s southern Wyoming operations. In this new role, Nelson will lead an executive team that will be re... Read More

RWMC Chief Financial Officer resigning

KNEB News has learned that Regional West Medical Center Chief Financial Officer David Griffiths is resigning. Griffiths announced the resignation at the Regional West Health Services Board meeting Thursday evening, indicating it will be effective ... Read More

Senator Al Davis has faith in voters in death penalty decision

Earlier this week, enough signatures were collected to allow voters to decide whether or not the death penalty should be used in Nebraska. The move comes months after the Nebraska Legislature overrode Governor Pete Rickett's veto to repeal the dea... Read More

Leaders say Minatare meatpacking plant will impact entire region

Education and municipal leaders say the announcement that Minatare will be the site for a new state of the art meatpacking plant will have an impact on the entire region not just Minatare. Scottsbluff Mayor Randy Meininger says the region needs to... Read More

Convicted Sidney murderer deemed competent; September sentencing date set

A man who shot and killed a Sidney woman in 2012 will be sentenced on a First Degree Murder conviction next month in Cheyenne County District Court. Larry Martinez was convicted in March, 2014 for the murder of Mandy Kershman. A jury found Martin... Read More

13 states including Nebraska and Wyoming block Waters of the U.S. rule

A federal judge in North Dakota has blocked a new rule that would give the federal government jurisdiction over some state waters. U.S. District Judge Ralph Erickson of North Dakota issued a temporary injunction Thursday against the Obama adminis... Read More

Sen. Davis Encourages Ranchers to Testify at Hearing on Brand Committee in Grand Island

The Nebraska Legislature's Agriculture Committee will hold a public hearing to review the fee structure of the Nebraska Brand Committee on Friday, September 4th at 11:00am at the Grand Island City Council Chambers, 100 East First Street. The Committe... Read More

Lawmakers reviewing how to lessen reliance on property taxes

Nebraska lawmakers have kicked off a review of school funding and its impact on local property taxes, an issue that has divided the Legislature in years past. The Revenue and Education committees convened Thursday along with mediators who will tr... Read More