32 – year – old Curtis Soester is facing a felony robbery after allegedly taking a wallet belonging to David Bixler.
Chadron State College's The Eagle student newspaper won its fourth consecutive "Best in Overall Excellence" award in the newspaper division of the Nebraska Collegiate Media Association's annual Golden Leaf Awards on Saturday at Hastings College.
Park rangers with the Scotts Bluff National Monument got a jump start on earth day celebrations with a monumental clean-up today in Gering.
In Scottsbluff, the children of Our Lady of Guadalupe will reenact the Passion of Jesus Christ, the moments leading up to his crucifixion.
A swimming pool study is being conducted in Sidney to figure out the best option for the city's new pool. City Manager Gary Person says plans have been in the works for years to replace the city's current
Illegal trash dumping in the city of Alliance has not been a problem in the past but with some recent eye-sore sightings city officials are trying to curb the issue.
Their decisions earlier this week means they'll join the six other county communities in funding upgrades at the dispatch center.
Members with the Nebraska Department of Roads are hosting meetings across the state, talking with Nebraskans about the future of public transportation usage.
After serving the constituents of Nebraska's 48th Legislative District for the past eight years, Scottsbluff Senator John Harms is stepping down due to term limits.