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Crowded Wyoming governor's field to be narrowed in Tuesday primary

Wyoming's state treasurer, a natural resource attorney and a former dot-com CEO are among those seeking the Republican nomination to succeed Gov. Matt Mead. The winner in Tuesday's Republican prim... Read More

Council places additional sales tax measure on November ballot

The Scottsbluff City Council Monday evening approved placing a half cent LB-357 sales tax measure on the November 6th ballot for voters to consider. The resolution  specifies money raised from the tax can only be used for infrastructure projects.... Read More

Officials believe body of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts found

Iowa City, Iowa --  Investigators believe they have found the body of Mollie Tibbetts, a University of Iowa student who has been missing for more than a month. The 20-year-old woman was last seen July 18, jogging in her hometown of Brooklyn in ce... Read More

KNEB.tv News: August 20, 2018

Today on KNEB.tv News: Three vehicle accident in Scottsbluff injures multiple people The 2018 Old West Balloon Fest officially in the books Local authorities searching for pursuit suspect that led authorities on chase that reached speeds o... Read More

Record low temps recorded Monday morning

Four panhandle communities had record low temperatures  overnight Sunday night into Monday morning. The record lows were Scottsbluff (41), Torrington (39), Chadron (38), and Alliance (35). Cloud cover will keep such temperatures from occurring... Read More

Authorities searching for pursuit suspect that reached speeds of 125 mph

A Wal-Mart shoplifter is on the lam after stealing more than $500 in merchandise and then leading authorities on a pursuit that reached 125 miles per hour. Scottsbluff Police say around 9:18 a.m. they were dispatched to the shoplifting and saw the... Read More

Hastings: Construction and classroom work to be done without impacting learning

School starts for Gering students this Thursday and for those attending the high school they will be attending classes while work continues on the renovations approved by patrons recently in a bond issue. Superintendent Bob Hastings says the work ... Read More

One person transported to Regional West following three vehicle collision

One person was taken to Regional West Monday morning following a three vehicle accident at the intersection of Highway 26 and 27th Street. The person taken to the hospital also had to be extricated from their vehicle following the accident. The... Read More

Some changes likely for 2019 Old West Balloon Festival

A day after the 2018 Old West balloon Festival, Balloonmeister Colleen Johnson says there will likely be some modifications she believes will help the public enjoy the event even more. Johnson says one of the changes will be moving the Balloon Glo... Read More

Hearing planned on proposed expansion of Crawford uranium mine

The Atomic Safety and Licensing Board, part of the Nuclear Regulator Commission, is holding an evidentiary hearing in Crawford this fall on a proposed expansion of the Crow Butte Resources uranium mine. Crow Butte, owned by Cameco Resources of Can... Read More

Chadron man in serious condition after getting struck by pickup

An 84-year-old Chadron man is in serious condition after being struck by a pickup Saturday evening. Chadron Police say at 9:17 p.m. Quinten Hugh was attempting to cross the street by the Eagle movie theater. He did not use the crosswalk and was st... Read More