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Iowa's King off House committees after remarks about race

WASHINGTON (AP) — Veteran Republican Rep. Steve King will be blocked from committee assignments for the next two years after lamenting that white supremacy and white nationalism have become offensive terms. King, in his ninth term representing I... Read More

(Audio) West Point School Board Meeting 1-14

(Click on podcast page to hear interview with McAllister)     The West Point Beemer school board met met Monday night and discussed several issues including the strategic plan and the possibility of adding preschool for three-year-... Read More

From the Great Plains to Great Adventures Aboard America’s Newest Nuclear-Powered Submarine

Groton, Connecticut — Though Lieutenant Matthew Giannone hails from the landlocked state of Nebraska, he will tell you he was forged by the sea – with a family legacy of service behind him. “I was always interested in being in the military,... Read More

Jan. 15 workshop for preschool educators will link science and literature

LINCOLN, Neb. - Educators of preschool-aged children are invited to attend a free workshop in Norfolk on using literature books to teach science concepts. The Birds and Books workshop, scheduled for Jan. 15 at the Elkhorn Valley Museum from 6-9 p.... Read More


(click on podcast page to hear interview  with Sen. Albrecht)     Friday, Senator Joni Albrecht, District 17, introduced LB 209, which would add a new section to Nebraska’s informed consent law to include information to help wo... Read More

(Audio)  Local TeamMates Coordinator Hosts Chamber Coffee In West Point

(click on podcast page to hear interview with Johnson)     The West Point Chamber's Coffee was held Friday at the Cuming County courthouse, sponsored by the area TeamMates program.     Coordinator Addisen Johnson... Read More

Northeast and City of Norfolk to celebrate MLK Day; Essay winner announced

NORFOLK, NE - Northeast Community College and the City of Norfolk will host an event this month to celebrate the legacy and activism of the late civil rights leader, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Hawks United, Northeast's diversity and in... Read More

Northeast to hold classes at Norfolk Campus this month

Numerous classes will be held at Northeast Community College in Norfolk this month. Class information can be found below;   NORFOLK – The Allied Health Division at Northeast Community College in Norfolk will offer a Basic Life Support (B... Read More

“Rural Radio Forum:  Celebrating 150 Years of the University of Nebraska”

  “Celebrating 150 Years of the University of Nebraska” is the topic of the next Rural Radio Forum. It will air on Tuesday, February 12, 2019, from 3:00pm to 4:00pm CT on 880 AM KRVN-Lexington, 840 AM KTIC-West Point, 104.9 FM KTMX-York, ... Read More

Gov. Ricketts Sworn In for Second Term

Governor Pete Ricketts delivered his Second Inaugural Address in the George W. Norris Legislative Chamber on Thursday.     In the address following his swearing-in, Governor Ricketts outlined his vision for his second term.  His p... Read More

(Audio) Senator Hansen Assigned To Three Committees Including Ag Committee

(click on podcasts to hear interview)     District 16 State Senator Ben Hansen tells KTIC News he was named to the three committees he requested in the state legislature - the HHS, Ag and Business and Labor Committees.   ... Read More

Parents accused of locking son, daughter in room

WAKEFIELD, Neb. (AP) _ A northeast Nebraska couple are accused of locking their children in a bedroom of their home and letting them out only to use a bathroom. Dixon County Court documents say 54-year-old Patrick Henderson and 42-year-old Angel Hend... Read More

Caregiver pleads not guilty to thefts from vulnerable adult

HARTINGTON, Neb. (AP) _ A 28-year-old caregiver has pleaded not guilty to stealing more than $14,000 from the northeast Nebraska man she's been helping. Cedar County District Court records say Kayla Hansen, of Coleridge, is charged with abuse of a vu... Read More

NE Changes for VIN on Utility and Farm Trailers

The New Year will bring changes for owners of utility and farm trailers in Nebraska. From January 1, owners of utility or farm trailers will be asked to include the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) of their utility or farm trailer when registering... Read More