The recent Internal Revenue Service scandal has a Nebraska senator up in arms.
A new summer program in the panhandle gives thanks to active service members.
A Scottsbluff man has been indicted by a federal Grand Jury.
26-year-old Joel Zamarripa- Favela is charged with illegal re-entry into the United States after deportation.
Activists are increasing protests on the sale of alcohol to the people on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
House Republicans push through legislation to bypass the president, to speed approval of the Keystone KL oil pipeline from Canada to Texas.
Minimal parking space around Scottsbluff's farmers market, prompts city officials to change a number of 2–hour parking signs, to 'no parking zones'.
Now that summer is upon us and children will soon be out in full force, a panhandle zoo is looking for volunteers.
Through assistance from the U.S. Department of Labor TAACCCT grant, Western Nebraska Community College took ownership of a 1981 Cessna 550 Citation II jet Wednesday night, which will provide advanced workforce training in the Sidney Campus' aviation program.
"It is a place to be able to come other than a cemetery where you could have kind of a quiet place and reflect on lost loved ones."
Owner Linda Staman says a bigger location in Gering is in the works... but until they make concrete plans, they will have to improvise.
Prospects of a new Problem Resolution Team for one city in KOTA Territory are met with mixed feelings by council members.
Also in Scottsbluff, as efforts to reconstruct and revamp down town continue, the issue of 2–hour parking is addressed.
Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman has used a line-item veto to strike $200,000 from the state budget that was approved for an Omaha golf tournament.
A bill that would extend sales tax breaks to large wind-energy companies that locate in Nebraska is headed to a final vote in the Legislature.
A new visitors center is coming to the panhandle in efforts to boost tourism numbers.
Nebraska lawmakers are working on a bill to increase mental health services for Nebraska children.
A panhandle organization says along with graduation weekend comes the reminder to stay safe and legal. This weekend was a busy one for local law enforcement with graduation weekend celebrations. The
A panhandle local asks for extension of the train horn quiet zone.
The recent Oklahoma tornado brings a reminder to locals to be as prepared as possible.
More than 30 people packed into Scottsbluff City Hall last night, many to weigh-in on the controversial topic of a new beef processing plant.
Counselors at one KOTA Territory middle school want kids to stay active and have fun all summer long.
Concerned fans of the longhorn cattle at the Farm And Ranch Museum in Gering need not fear – the longhorns' disappearance from the museum grounds is only temporary.
Two new programs will soon be offered at Scottsbluff High School, with the goal of maximizing student graduation numbers.
A weekend fire that sparked inside of a historic Gering garage causes significant damage to a collection of antique cars and relics.
"Shock. Outrage. Disgust." Those are just some of the words Bullock's cousin Tristian Jackson is using to react to Rose Siefke 's plea deal with prosecutors.
Following the Nebraska Supreme Court's ruling that Nebraska school officials violated a student's rights, one KOTA Territory Superintendent says that student safety needs to be the main priority.
A Scotts Bluff man is in hot water after an early morning disturbance.
The panhandle's been getting hit with some moisture and it brings good news to local ag experts.
Two panhandle tourist directors team up for a mutually beneficial relationship.
The Scottsbluff City Council will hear a proposal tonight from a company looking to relocate into town.
In 1962, Isabel Hoy began working at the Goshen County Library...
No damage has been reported following a tornado sighting yesterday evening in rural Morrill County.
20-year-old Hemingford woman has admitted helping hide the body of a Denver man in northwest Nebraska months before her boyfriend died in an armed standoff.
Rain sweeping through the panhandle doesn't stop this group of bikers from remembering a close friend, while raising money for a good cause.
A panhandle national monument gears up to offer new trail options for visitors.
A KOTA Territory organization aims to help their community, by supporting those who need it most.
"We're seeing a lot more customers coming in, more people than just the regulars," Assistant Manager, Chris Main said.
A Colorado family visits the panhandle to do some teaching of a different kind.
Nebraska's 2013 Special Olympic Games are right around the corner, and to kick–off the event, law enforcement from across Scotts Bluff County help spark the spirit of the games.
Joining–in on the Wildcat Hills Wildlands Day events, a group of people trying to create homes… for Nebraska's feathered friends.
Dozens of people from across the panhandle hit the hills today, for the sixth annual Wildcat Hills Wildlands Day.
The Nebraska Labor Department says the state's preliminary unemployment rate declined to 3.7 percent in April.
– U.S. Sen. Mike Johanns (R-Neb.), a former Secretary of Agriculture, today voted against advancing out of committee a farm bill that relied on budget gimmicks and outdated policy. Despite his opposition, the bill passed in the committee by a vote of 15-5.
In a partnership with Twin Cities Development, the students got hands on in constructing everything from the foundation up.
Local beer distributors fear for the safety of their drivers... after consecutive weeks of violent attacks by protesters in Whiteclay.
A powerful but quick moving thunderstorm rolled across the central panhandle Thursday afternoon.
"I know people here in Sidney they don't come but they really should because they're missing out on an awful lot.
Lots are required to be at least 70 feet in width. so Twin Cities Development had to compromise with city engineers to re-zone the area.
This year, organizers are asking for something they never have before: community involvement.
It's one of KOTA Territory's few 100% certified organic farms - another place that makes Nebraska's Cheyenne County both interesting an unique.