Financial advisor Jeremy Jensen says he's lived in Grand Island since he was five years old. More>>
Minimum wage in Nebraska is $7.50, the question is should it be higher? Senator Jeremy Nordquist wants to raise it to $9.00 an hour. University Nebraska-Kearney student John Blake is a sales clerk at More>>
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The friendly faces who welcome guests to the Nebraska State Fair may receive special recognition. More>>
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Put to the test, Grand Island firefighters say they're better prepared than ever before. But a series of fires has them asking the public for help to prevent fires. More>>
While Republican candidates for Governor try to separate themselves from the pack, the lone Democrat in the race tells voters to keep an open mind. More>>
Daylight Saving Time is coming up this weekend and the National Fire Protection Association says it's the perfect time to test your smoke alarms. More>>
The latest report from the Nebraska Department of Labor says the state's unemployment rate fell in January to 3.5 percent, the lowest it's been since September 2008. More>>
Nearly 30 of Nebraska's state lawmakers have signed a letter of support for the Keystone XL pipeline. More>>
Boards of Directors at both Central Valley Ag Coop and United Farmer Cooperative have unanimously approved the partnership and have entered into a letter of intent. More>>
Centura High School is one of seven in Nebraska that's using funding from various state health and safety groups to start using a program called "Teens in the Driver Seat." More>>
Lawmakers think they've come up with a way to address prison overcrowding and break the cycle of addiction, while benefiting Hastings at the same time. More>>
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