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Scottsbluff man facing terroristic threats charges after threatening victim with knife

A Scottsbluff man is facing several felony charges following a Friday evening disturbance at a home on Avenue H. 18-year-old Jared Spurgeon is facing charges of Terroristic Threats, Use of a Deadly Weapon to Commit a Felony, Assault and Disorderly... Read More

Bluffs man arrested for driving 80+ mph down Broadway

A 28-year-old Scottsbluff man  lands himself in jail on Friday night after allegedly racing down Broadway at speeds between 80 to 100 miles per per hour. Court documents say Reuben Mendez was seen racing southbound in the 2200 block of Broadway ... Read More

Calf auction to benefit Bayard families

An auction of two calves will be held on Monday, June 26, at noon, to assist the Rafferty and Liakos families after a tornado destroyed their homes and more. Platte Valley Livestock is hosting the auction and everyone is invited to bid on parts of... Read More

ACLU Transgender Voices Tour Coming To Scottsbluff Monday

Scottsbluff based Panhandle Equality  has partnered with ACLU Nebraska to present the Transgender Voices Tour on Monday evening at the Panhandle Research & Extension Center. “Panhandle Equality is exciting to partner with ACLU Nebraska, BOL... Read More

Senator stops in Gering on re-election campaign kick-off

The 2018 election season is underway, and Deb Fischer, U.S. Senator of Nebraska, was on a tour across Nebraska to announce her re-elect campaign. She was joined by past Governors Kay Orr and Dave Heineman in Gering at the Legacy of the Plains Museum ... Read More

Volunteers help finish Cowboy Trail work in northern Panhandle

Volunteers in two cities have stepped up to help finish a more than 320-mile trail after the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission stopped work about halfway through. A group of volunteers from Rushville and Gordon have taken the Cowboy Trail into th... Read More

Gov. Ricketts Announces Nebraska State Patrol Agency Review

On Friday afternoon,  Governor Pete Ricketts announced an agency-wide review of the Nebraska State Patrol that will be led by the Governor’s Chief Human Resources Officer Jason Jackson.  This review will seek to examine the totality of the workf... Read More

Member of House Ag Committee to visit western Nebraska

Congressman Donald Bacon Representative of Nebraska's 2nd District will be in western Nebraska June 24-25. Bacon is on the House Committee on Agriculture and is looking to broaden his knowledge of agriculture in the state. "I was raised on a co... Read More

Chadron woman charged with felony child abuse

A 25 year old Chadron woman is free on bond after being arrested and charged with felony child abuse and neglect. In a release from Chadron Police, Sgt. Jarvis Wallace says they received information from Rapid City Regional Hospital yesterday (Thu... Read More

KNEB.tv News: June 23, 2017

Today on KNEB.tv News: Crews in Mitchell hopeful that Thursday's BNSF train derailment cleaned up by the end of Friday We have lift off- as a VALTS student's science project takes off on a NASA rocket Staff with the Wildcat Hills Nature Ce... Read More

Local police offer tips ahead of fireworks season

Sunday marks the day where many people across the valley will begin buying and shooting off fireworks. Captain Tony Straub sat down with KNEB.tv's Ryan Murphy to talk about the big things people need to keep in mind during the days leading up to t... Read More

Mitchell crossing blocked due to derailment expected to be open again late Friday

Mitchell City Administrator Jeff Sprock says he's been told the 19th Avenue crossing where a derailment occurred Thursday should be open again by the end of the day Friday. A couple cars from the train that was carrying gravel toppled over onto th... Read More

Sioux County rancher expresses concern about elk damage

A Sioux County rancher told the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Thursday increased numbers of elk are causing damage to his property. Bill Wilson's family owns a 4,000 acre ranch northwest and southwest of Harrison. Wilson told KNEB News tha... Read More

Panhandle Coop Names New President & CEO

The Panhandle Cooperative Association Board of Directors has named Charlie Wright as the new President and CEO.  Wright will join the team effective June 30,  after an extensive national search conducted by the Board of Directors.   Board Cha... Read More