A Pearl Harbor remembrance service will be held this weekend at the Western Nebraska Veterans Home.
A northern panhandle city is planning a makeover of its downtown district. The city of Chadron was awarded a $28,000 dollar grant to come up with a plan for revitalizing it's downtown. Part of that
Heineman says that the economy, jobs, education, and health care are all hot-topics for 2014.
A Gering man charged with ‘manufacturing marijuana in a school zone' has accepted a plea deal with prosecutors.
A week-long seatbelt safety enforcement in the city of Chadron proved to increase seatbelt use by 18% percent. Chadron police officers made a total of 54 stops during the week-long Click it or Ticket
A Denver man who was caught with marijuana and cocaine was sentenced to jail time this morning.
29-year-old Richard Mackin was sentenced on Wednesday in Scotts Bluff County Court to 85 days he's already served and fined $1,000. Mackin had pleaded guilty to misdemeanor domestic assault and cruelty to animals.
A jury has heard one full day worth of testimony against a Gering man charged with 'Manufacturing marijuana near a school zone.'
Despite the frigid temperatures across the region… a handful of brave souls are trying to have some fun with this wintry weather.
A Scottsbluff man arrested in a WING Drug Task Force sting back in January has been sentenced to prison.
A national program that aims to stop child hunger has great success in Goshen County Schools.
With the countdown to Christmas underway, people across the region are starting to put up their Christmas lights. However, some families are taking their displays to the next level.
The Federal Aviation Administration is seeking a $304,000 fine against Great Lakes Airlines for alleged improper use of de-icing fluid.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas and soon the Scottsbluff community will be adding a horse–drawn carriage into the mix.
A major panhandle entity will host a week–long community food drive to help ensure families are well–fed and eating healthy this holiday season.
A Scottsbluff man that was convicted of 2nd Degree Assault in October has been sentenced this morning to spend the next 48-72 months in prison
The legal woes continue for a Scottsbluff man who stood trial on Wednesday on a meth possession charge.
One of the oldest dorms on Western Nebraska Community College in Scottsbluff is getting a 5 million dollar face-lift.
A local Valentine teen has returned from New Zealand thanks to the Nebraska Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Box Butte General Hospital.
Snow has been falling heavily across parts of KOTA Territory since Tuesday morning, making it a tough day for road travel.
A Cheyenne County man accused of inappropriately touching a young girl has pleaded no contest to amended charges.
A new meat packing plant is back in the panhandle and in operation, as of today. Ribbons were cut in front of Open Range Beef LLC in Gordon Tuesday, welcoming the company to the community. The meat packing
Statistics show as a whole, Nebraska's population is on the rise, but smaller counties are seeing a decline in people. More than 50 people showed up to the ‘Call to Action Community Forum' hosted by University
Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg says he plans to seek re-election in 2014.
The City of Alliance is alerting residents that a parking ban is still in effect until later this evening.
A trial is getting underway for a former Cooperating Individual that worked for the WING Drug Task Force, who went rogue in the middle of a trial he was involved with.
A Sidney man charged with manslaughter and First Degree Assault after getting into a fatal altercation with his father-in-law has had his case bound over to District Court.
The United Way is making an effort to better communities with a new post-Thanksgiving tradition called ‘Giving Tuesday'.
A Chadron man is behind bars, after being arrested for felony domestic assault, felony false imprisonment, and felony terroristic threats.
Scottsbluff City Council names a new member at Monday night's meeting.
A Torrington Middle School (TMS) teacher is named Goshen County Schools ‘Teacher of the Year.'
Chief Mike Cotant says that the robbers entered the quick stop convenience shop around 1:30 Tuesday morning.
A former Nebraska small business owner and rancher is touring the panhandle and independently running for U.S. Senate.
It's the start of a new era for one KOTA Territory museum, as it unveils a new logo.
Plans to bring a meat processing and packaging plant near the city of Mitchell are moving forward after approval by the Scotts Bluff County Commissioners.
The ObamaCare website site is once again open for business, following a brief shut–down over the holiday weekend.
The man believed to be responsible for at least three recent burglaries from Scottsbluff businesses has been arrested.
The money held by the treasurer's office belongs to 350,000 Nebraskans, former Nebraskans and their heirs.
A KOTA Territory hospital looks to team–up with a number of hospitals from across the state in an effort to save money.
Black Friday has come and gone but the discounts aren't over.
The Scottsbluff City Council will name a new member at tonight's meeting.
The Scottsbluff Police Department is investigating several recent burglaries.
Scottsbluff Lied Library along with Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska are teaming up for the second annual Food for Fines fundraiser.
With a cold front expected to make its way into the panhandle this week, ranchers are being reminded to keep their cattle warm. Temperatures could reach as low as single digits this week, necessary precautions
A lot of talk has gone on about the eastward expansion project in the city of Sidney, but there are also plans in the works to develop the area just north of town. The ‘Industrial Park' area located just
United Way of Western Nebraska is joining #GivingTuesday to inspire people to take action to improve their communities and give back to help create a better world for everyone.
Bells are ringing throughout the panhandle this month as the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign gets underway and help is still needed in Alliance.
A Scotts Bluff County Detention Center officer found a glass pipe hidden in a crevice of a man's body, who was arrested on a meth possession charge
A KOTA Territory car salesman is nominated for the 2014 'TIME Dealer of the Year' award.
Nebraska takes center stage in a new documentary produced by NET News about Colorado's growing legal marijuana industry.
Amid speculations and rumors of the fate of Nebraska's head coach, it seems Bo Pelini will stay at Nebraska for at least another season. Nebraska Athletic Director Shawn Eichorst voiced public support
Deer hunters who may think they were just unlucky this season when came home empty-handed might find comfort knowing they weren't alone, as this season's deer harvest posted significant lows in harvest. The