Last year Justice for Our Neighbors-Nebraska helped more than 1,000 people from 24 countries. Now Trinity United Methodist Church is bringing the program to their Grand Island neighbors so they can help even more immigrants. More>>
A lightning strike to a nearby power pole left some Grand Island businesses along Highway 281 in the dark Wednesday. More>>
Hy-Vee is coming to Kearney on April 29th. Hy-Vee reports the community brought the store to Kearney after endless phone calls, emails and letters to the company. The store features 350 different types of cheese, a sushi bar and a health center where people can get a checkup. The store director believes all 650 employees are needed. “It takes a lot of people to do that, it takes a lot of people in different areas, 650 sounds like a lot but when you are in here and see the operation. You’ll u... More>>
Half a million Nebraskans work 50 million hours, contributing $900 million to the state, and do it all for free. Nebraska's a national leader in volunteerism, but some think the Cornhusker state can do even better. More>>
OSHA says Union Pacific Railroad must reinstate and pay an injured employee more than $85,000 after a collapsed chair and back injury at their North Platte terminal led to his firing. More>>
A painting about studio invaders has been stolen, possibly by invaders into a Hastings College art studio. More>>
Kansas governor Sam Brownback signing legislation nullifying city and county gun restrictions. More>>
The late cold snap could mean less fruit this year. More>>
Hall County officials are adding space in an already cramped court-house for a new part-time judge. More>>
Central Community College has announced a new campus president for the CCC-Grand Island campus. More>>
A Lexington woman and her boyfriend are facing child abuse charges, accused of injuring her seventeen month old son. More>>
Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg awarded certificates today to 29 Minden High School students who completed Nebraska NEST Financial Scholars, an online financial literacy program provided to schools by the Nebraska Educational Savings Trust (NEST).
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