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Endangered Missing Advisories designed to find missing people at risk

Governor Ricketts plus state and local law enforcement announced Tuesday a new “Endangered Missing Advisory” plan designed to quickly find missing people who are at risk. EMA’s will enhance l... Read More

Filmmaker: Dishong documentary has all the pieces now; expects 2019 premiere

Friday, January 19th marked the end of longtime local TV anchor Jerry Dishong's monumental career. On set for his last broadcast was filmmaker Mark Meisenheimer, who has been working on Dishong's documentary for the past 11 years. Meisenheimer say... Read More News: January 22, 2018

Today on News: Congress votes to reopen government as House follows Senate in approving bill; affected federal employees like Scotts Bluff National Monument rangers can get back to work The filmmaker who has spent the last 11 years w... Read More

Inmate facing additional charges after punching corrections officer

An inmate at the Scotts Bluff County Jail is facing additional charges after assaulting a corrections officer Friday afternoon. Court documents say 31 year old Orrey Pickering is accused of striking the corrections officer in the mouth when he ref... Read More

Bill would let Nebraska prisoners get ID before release

Nebraska lawmakers have advanced a bill that would give prisoners a chance to get a state identification card or renew their driver's license before their release. The measure won first-round approval Monday on a 35-0 vote. Supporters say the m... Read More

Senate leaders agree on plan to reopen government

Senate leaders have reached an agreement to reopen the government. Democrats have yielded and ended their delaying tactics against a bill financing federal agencies through February 8. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says in exchange, Majo... Read More

North Platte Valley escapes big snow

A winter storm that is bringing blizzard conditions to central and eastern Nebraska had little impact on the Scottsbluff-Gering area this weekend. In the North Platte Valley, no more than two to three inches of snow fell, and meteorologist Don Day sa... Read More

Multiple crashes close portion of I-80

Snowy road conditions are affecting Monday travel and causing accidents for motorists along Interstate 80. Around 6:30 a.m., multiple accidents forced the eastbound lanes of the Interstate to be closed between Exit 101 near Big Springs through the... Read More

Local recording artist to release new music video Tuesday night

The public is invited  to celebrate Tuesday night with Nashville recording artist Justin Kane of Scottsbluff as he unveils the release of his new video "Cowgirl Crazy" at Backaracks restaurant. Kane says the video reflects the high energy of the ... Read More

Montana fair official is new Nebraska State Fair director

The Nebraska State Fair Board has announced the hiring of a new executive director from Montana. The board announced Friday that it has hired Lori Cox as the new Nebraska State Fair director. Cox comes from the Big Sky Country State Fair in Montan... Read More

Representative Adrian Smith to head to Montreal for NAFTA negotiations

Republican Congressman Adrian Smith says he's been selected to serve on the congressional delegation traveling to Montreal next week to negotiate the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Smith, who represents Nebraska's vast, rural ... Read More