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Marvin Planning Consultants and Wilk Builders LLC, wanting to improve the land along South Lakeview Boulevard. The City Council heard from planners and homeowners, and... [Read More]
A private charter jet from Santa Barbara made an emergency landing at the North Platte Airport Tuesday. [Read More]
Lexington held a peaceful demonstration as part of the Blackout Tuesday. [Read More]
Lincoln County Sheriff Jerome Kramer shared his thoughts on the death of George Floyd and the nationwide protests. [Read More]
The arts center is hopeful they will have their summer camps. [Read More]
The Nebraska State Patrol issued 858 citations for speeding from May 15th through May 31st. Of the 858 tickets for speeding, 61 drivers were traveling... [Read More]
The summer driving season is underway and Nebraska State Troopers are working hard to keep Nebraska roads safe. Troopers took 39 impaired drivers off the... [Read More]
Police are investigating a Sunday night incident in which protesters in Grand Island were sprayed with a liquid from a pressurized toy water gun. [Read More]
With needs at hospitals changing due to COVID-19, one company is feeling the effects and is furloughing employees. [Read More]
North Platte FNBO Nationals baseball held their first day of try-outs Monday. Monday was the first day baseball activities could resume in the state of... [Read More]
A few moments of peaceful hugs returned to shouts of anger across the protest line about an hour ahead of Monday night's curfew. [Read More]
The Miss Rodeo Nebraska Association will not have a pageant this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
The Lincoln County Courthouse is opening back up, but with new guidelines. The Commissioners and City Officials agreed upon opening the building with recommendations for... [Read More]
A judge Monday set bond at $1 Million for Antoine Johnson, 34, charged with attempted murder in connection with May 28 shooting of Gary Zierke... [Read More]
The City is experiencing a power outage in several areas of the city. There is no known cause or time frame according to officials. [Read More]
Multiple days worth of meals will be allowed to be picked up on certain days. [Read More]
Monday afternoon, Governor Pete Ricketts discussed the weekend protests and riots in Lincoln and Omaha, as well as COVID-19 concerns. [Read More]
6 News has learned there will be no charges filed against the business owner who fired fatal shots Saturday night in the Old Market that... [Read More]
The Air Force veteran and his wife had been on a trip abroad for their 41st anniversary when he became ill, later dying in the... [Read More]
A curfew in Lincoln went into effect Sunday at 8 p.m. but a crowd of protesters refused to leave the area surrounding the Nebraska State... [Read More]
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