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By Kaleb Henry, Executive News Director KEARNEY - A body was found near Kearney’s Hike-Bike trail on the south end of town Thursday evening. In a release this morning from the Buffalo County Sheriff’s Office, authorities were called to inve... Read More
Release Courtesy Nebraska Emergency Management Agency LINCOLN - The Governor’s Office has issued an Emergency Proclamation associated with abnormally dry conditions in Nebraska. This proclamation activates provisions of the State Emergency Opera... Read More
Release Courtesy Office of the Secretary of State LINCOLN – Secretary of State John Gale has sent a letter to the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, asking for clarification on a number of issues and making recommendations as ... Read More
By Kaleb Henry, Executive News Director KEARNEY - The extreme party atmosphere of Kearney’s annual Cruise Nite has seemed to all but disappear. The Buffalo County Sheriff’s Office and Kearney Police Department released the numbers for this we... Read More
Courtesy Nebraska News Network United States Senator Ben Sasse has written a book reflecting on what he sees as a disturbing trend. Sasse's book, The Vanishing American Adult, has become a bestseller. Sasse says that for too many young people are... Read More
By Kaleb Henry, Executive News Director, and Ryan Dahlgren, Associate News Director KEARNEY - The sheer number of people in Kearney for Cruise Nite and throughout the week is a boon for the area. City Councilman Randy Buschkoetter says not onl... Read More
Release Courtesy Nebraska Appleseed Cosmetic changes still will leave at least tens of thousands of Nebraskans uninsured LINCOLN – Today the U.S. Senate released an updated version of its bill to overhaul the American health care system, the ... Read More
Release Courtesy of University of Nebraska - Kearney By SARA GIBONEY, UNK Communications KEARNEY – A study led by the University of Nebraska at Kearney shows the economic impact of tourism in central Nebraska during the sandhill crane migra... Read More
Release Courtesy of City of Kearney KEARNEY - The City of Kearney is pleased to announce that City refuse customers can now request a second recycling container at no cost. The Guidelines are as follows: * Maximum number of free containers two ... Read More
Press Release Courtsey University of Nebraska at Kearney KEARNEY – The University of Nebraska Kearney Safe Ride program is partnering with Kearney Cab Co. to offer free rides to students during Cruise Nite. The service is being offered within... Read More
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