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NSP Superintendent to retire December 31st

Nebraska State Patrol is losing on of their own to retirement at the start of the new year.

Scottsbluff PD enforcing parking restrictions during snow emergency

The Scottsbluff Police Department is enforcing parking restrictions on designated snow routes.

Christmas dinners to take place throughout valley

Families around KOTA Territory may not be fortunate enough to have a Christmas dinner and local organizations are doing their part to ensure no one goes without the special meal.

Midwest Theater to show "The Interview" after getting pulled from thousands of theaters

One week after Sony announced it was pulling its newest movie "The Interview" from an estimated 3,000 theaters amid cyber-threats - one Scottsbluff theater has announced that it will be showing…

Emma's Closet helping women battling cancer

Women battling cancer have enough on their plate -  so one place in Scottsbluff  wants to make hair loss from chemo be one less thing to worry about.

Recall election to be held in January

After unrest in one KOTA Territory community, some citizens are asking to recall the Mayor they elected into office in 2012.

Need a gift to give? How about the gift of life?

'Tis the season to be giving... And one local blood bank is hoping you do just that.

Downtown businesses wind down for Christmas

With the clock winding down until Christmas, businesses in downtown Scottsbluff aren't seeing any slowing down.

Nebraska ranks #10 among healthiest states in U.S.

Nebraska is making moves for the better, as the state has climbed to number 10 among the healthiest states in the country.

'Home for the Holidays' will be in full force this week

Nebraska State Patrol is preparing for heavy holiday traffic

New speed display signs are helping slow down traffic

Broadway has two new signs alerting drivers when they're going too fast

Fire Captain: "Someone has to be here"

Santa isn't the only one on duty for Christmas

Alliance P.A.W.S. founder: "In fairness to them, you need to be committed"

One local shelter gives advice on giving pets as presents

Bean Testing

After months of testing, educators with the University of Nebraska Extension Center have completed their 2014 dry edible bean variety trials.

'Trees Along the Trail' ends tomorrow

Locals only have one more day to vote on their favorite decorated Christmas tree

NSP Superintendent to retire December 31st

Scottsbluff PD enforcing parking restrictions...

Christmas dinners to take place throughout valley

Midwest Theater to show "The Interview" after...

Emma's Closet helping women battling cancer

Recall election to be held in January

Need a gift to give? How about the gift of life?

Downtown businesses wind down for Christmas

Nebraska ranks #10 among healthiest states in U.S.

'Home for the Holidays' will be in full force...

New speed display signs are helping slow down...

Fire Captain: "Someone has to be here"

Alliance P.A.W.S. founder: "In fairness to...

Bean Testing

'Trees Along the Trail' ends tomorrow


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