Fairbury Police have arrested a 23 year old Fairbury man for alleged 3rd degree sexual assault of a child,
Today is a day many Americans dread. It is the deadline to file your 2013 income tax returns.
The sponsor of the measure that would have added sexual orientation to the state workplace anti-discrimination laws is ecnouraged by the effort, even though not successful.
A California-bound Southwest Airlines flight was diverted to Omaha, Neb. after witnesses said a passenger tried to open a door midflight.
Opponents of a proposed pipeline to carry Canadian oil south to the Gulf Coast have carved a message of resistance into a Nebraska field in the project's path.
The Beatrice baseball team rallied in the 7th inning to send the game into extra innings, where Lincoln Pius won it in the 8th inning on Saturday at Christenson Field.
See how area athletes performed this weekend.
A variety of health screenings, tests and educational booths at Southeast Community College.
One passenger in the auto taken to Hanover, Kansas hospital.
We begin our annual Healthcare in the Heartland series today on 99.5 News with a look at the Jefferson Community Coalition.
Area firefighters responded to two grass fires this morning.
Four Republicans vying for United States Senate squared off in a debate for the last time, last night, before the primary election
Bill sponsor credits parents for keeping up the fight.
Eleven schools competed Wednesday at Meridian High School, with Sterling taking the top spot for boys and girls.
The Beatrice girl's tennis team won their first duel of the year on Tuesday by sweeping Wilber-Clatonia on Tuesday.
The Nebraska baseball team scored three runs in the 8th inning in a come-from-behind win over Creighton on Tuesday night at TD Ameritrade Park.
The Beatrice baseball team defeated Elkhorn South, 12-2, in six innings Tuesday night at Christenson Field.
Facility will try to maintain regular hours of operation, with some interruption.
U-S Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack says his agency and others in the federal government are looking to improve drought forecasts.
Tempers are flaring and patience is running thin in the Nebraska Legislature as senators try to shoehorn their proposals into bills that are up for a vote.
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