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Trial set for Wakefield man charged in slaying, dismemberment

DAKOTA CITY, Neb. (AP) _ One of two men accused of killing another man in northeast Nebraska's Dakota County has been scheduled for trial. Court records say 19-year-old Brayan Galvan-Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to murder and related charges i... Read More

(AUDIO) Road Projects underway in Omaha

Three City of Omaha road projects have started. One project includes intersection work at 132nd and Pacific in Omaha. City Engineer Todd Pfitzer on what the work entails. "It's a complete reconstruction of the intersection to include dual left tur... Read More

(AUDIO) Masons Group to visit Masonic Lodges throughout Nebraska

A group of Masons will embark on a week-long tour across the state starting on Sunday in Fremont. Grand Master Rick Myers says they'll visit different Masonic Lodges. "We decided to organize a road trip where a bunch of us would take our motorcycles ... Read More

(AUDIO) MPCC raffle car to be on display in Fremont this weekend

North Platte's Mid-Plains Community College's 1965 Chevy Impala Raffle Car will be on display in Fremont this weekend. Area Associate Vice President of Public Information and Marketing Chuck Salestrom says the Impala has been modified and restored by... Read More

(AUDIO) Weander discusses Road Projects in Washington County

One road project is currently in progress in Washington County with two more planned for the future. The Highway 133 Project from Omaha to Blair is set to be complete next month. That's according to Nebraska Department of Roads District 2 Engineer... Read More

Dave Wimmer To Continue As Chair Of UNMC Board Of Counselors

The University of Nebraska Medical Center Board of Counselors held its annual meeting recently naming new officers and welcoming 14 new members. The board – a group of more than 80 community and business leaders from across the state – advises... Read More

Nebraska Man Accused of Cattle Rustling Pleads Not Guilty

RED CLOUD, Neb. - A south-central Nebraska man accused of cattle rustling has pleaded not guilty. Court records say 26-year-old Austin Petr entered the plea last week in Webster County, where's he's charged with theft. His next court hearing is sc... Read More

(AUDIO) Melodrama

West Point Community Theatre's Melodrama "West of West Point" is set for July 3rd and 4th. Director Gloria Wellman has details of what the play is about. "West of West Point was written specifically for the West Point Community Theatre by John Burkha... Read More

3rd former tribal leader pleads guilty in casino theft

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ A third former Winnebago Tribal Council member has pleaded guilty to his role in stealing from the tribe's casino in Iowa. Reports say Charles Aldrich entered the plea Monday in U.S. District Court in Omaha. Aldrich is one of... Read More

Gov. Ricketts Announces International Trade Mission to Canada

Today, Governor Pete Ricketts announced plans to lead a trade mission to Canada during August 7-11, 2017.  Governor Ricketts will lead the mission in conjunction with the Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) and Department of Economic Developmen... Read More

Lyons Native Killed In Boating Accident In Hawaii

Colonel Kirk R. Slaughter of Honolulu, Hawaii was tragically killed on Thursday, June 15, 2017 in a boating accident at Waianae Boat Harbor in Hawaii. Mass of Christian Burial services are pending with Munderloh - Smith Funeral Home in Pender, NE.... Read More

(AUDIO) Council Bluffs Road Projects in beginning stages

A couple of road projects are in the works in Council Bluffs this year. City Engineer Matt Cox says a lengthy road project is taking place on West Broadway. "Big one this year is West Broadway, the former Highway 6 through the middle of town that we'... Read More

Groundbreaking held today for a $300 million poultry processing facility

FREMONT – Today, Governor Pete Ricketts and local leaders celebrated another clear marker of economic momentum for the State of Nebraska and the Fremont region with Lincoln Premium Poultry’s groundbreaking for Costco’s first-ever poultry proces... Read More

(Audio) Gov. Ricketts, Local Leaders Cheer Economic Impact of Costco’s First Poultry Processing Facility

(click on  news/podcast tab to hear comments from Costco's Jonathon Luz, Governor Pete Ricketts and Fremont Mayor Scott Getzschman)   Today, Governor Pete Ricketts and local leaders celebrated another clear marker of economic momentum for... Read More