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CSC student found dead in residence hall

The Chadron Police Department is investigating the death of Fatima Larios, a 19-year-old female from Seaside, California.

New Satellite to Map Soil Moisture

NASA launching new satellite to bring higher resolution moisture mapping to scientists, planners.

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10-year-old Scottsbluff girl dies in vehicle rollover

A vehicle rollover on Interstate 25 in Colorado left a 10-year-old Scottsbluff girl dead. The girl has been identified as Isabela Guel.

Gering Man Faces Drug, Criminal Mischief Charges

25 year old Gering man appears in Scotts Bluff District Court for arraignment, enters not guilty pleas.

Increase of sunlight can improve your mood

With the sun shining and the temperatures above 40, you may find yourself happier

No developments in case of missing person Jason Berglund

It's been more than three months since Jason Berglund disappeared and law enforcement says they are "at a standstill."

Local author visits Minatare High School

Deb Carpenter-Nolting answered students questions on her book they read in class

Stop-and-go activity at motel leads to meth bust

Suspicious stop-and-go activity at one local motel led police to extracting more meth off the streets.

Two arrested for passing counterfeit money

Tony Christensen, 22, and Briana Sifuentez, 19, were taken into custody in Dalton

2015 Sugar Valley Rally "newbie" class scheduled Saturday

Rally School for the 2015 Sugar Valley Rally will be held this Saturday at Cozad’s Garage in Gering.

Legislative Debate Grinds Down to a Slow Crawl

'Lion of the Legislature' bears his teeth, clamps onto LB-88

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Governor Ricketts discusses importance of annual ag conference

Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts says a lot of big agriculture issues will be on display at this year's 27th annual Governor Ag Conference.

Challenging times ahead for younger producers

"We've had a fantastic super cycle in agriculture for about the last 6 or 7 years years, and now we are going into a bit of a period of the dull drums."

Senate vote forces president's hand on Keystone XL

Republican Sens. John Thune and Mike Rounds were two of the 62 senators who voted in favor of sending the bill to President Barack Obama's desk.

OSHA looking into Viaero tower collapse

The safety and health administration is investigating possible causes to the fall

CSC student found dead in residence hall

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New Satellite to Map Soil Moisture

10-year-old Scottsbluff girl dies in vehicle...

Gering Man Faces Drug, Criminal Mischief Charges

Increase of sunlight can improve your mood

No developments in case of missing person Jason...

Local author visits Minatare High School

Stop-and-go activity at motel leads to meth bust

Two arrested for passing counterfeit money

2015 Sugar Valley Rally "newbie" class...

KOTA Territory

Legislative Debate Grinds Down to a Slow Crawl

Governor Ricketts discusses importance of...

Challenging times ahead for younger producers

Senate vote forces president's hand on Keystone XL

OSHA looking into Viaero tower collapse


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