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A Hastings man is in custody this morning, after he fired off several shots at the north Burger King last night. According to News 5 TV 32 year old Clinton Mohlman is charged with making terrorist threats, use of a weapon to commit a felony, disturbing the peace, discharging a firearm within city limits, driving under the influence of alcohol and l...
Senator Ernie Chambers of Omaha harshly criticizes Governor Heineman for his stance on the estimate 200 illegal immigrant children who have been housed in Nebraska. Heineman's demand that the federal government tell him who the children are and where they are staying has drawn criticism from a number of groups, including the ACLU, those groups met ...
Forecasters are urging people to take precautions as intense heat makes its way into Nebraska. The National Weather Service has issued heat advisories for the eastern half of Nebraska today and tomorrow. Leslie Schaffer with the the American Red Cross says it's important to take precautions in the heat, especially for the elderly and young children...
Maybe the top story this week at the Adams County fair grounds has been the weather Lee Hogan explained that the cooler temperatures benefit the fair as a whole from the animals in the 4H barns to the crowed coming out to enjoy the concerts and the carnival. Sandy Himmelberg the Director of the Adams County Fair says she's expecting even bigger cro...
Not even a tornado will stop Pilger from hosting its annual summer festivities. The Pilger Days event starts at 6:30 p.m. tonight with a horseshoe tournament, a high school alumni banquet and a chance to visit the Stanton County Historical Society Museum. Festivities will continue Saturday starting at 9 a.m., with a children's story time event,...
A fire that destroyed the downtown building that belonged to Rons Transmissions in GI on was caused by the failure of an electrical cord. The cause was determined through an investigation. by the Grand Island Fire Department and the Nebraska state fire marshal's office.According to a press release from the city, the investigation indicated the fire...
It's Day two at the Adams County Fair, and tonight country music star Lee Brice hits the stage at 8:30. Meanwhile events in the 4H arena got underway yesterday with the swine and rabbit shows. Judges there raved not only the quality but the quantity of quality of the animals being shown. Ron Seymour UNL Extension educator for Adams County says it's...
The Nebraska State Patrol says it will team up with local agencies for special enforcement efforts during Kearney Cruise Nite this week. The event draws hundreds of classic cars and thousands of people to the south-central Nebraska city. It began yesterday and runs through Sunday. Brad Kernick says the extra enforcement along with their be smart ...
Senator Deb Fischer says something must be done to address the flood of illegal immigrant children pouring over the southern border. It is estimated 57-Thousand children have come from Central American, unaccompanied by adults. Around 200 have been placed in Nebraska. Governor Heineman has demanded the federal government provide information abo...
Events also get underway today for Kearney Cruise Nite 2014. Cruise Nite Committee member Brad Kerncik says calling it "cruise night" doesn't really do it justice. Kernick says Cruise Nite brings tens of thousands of visitors and Kearney residents to downtown Kearney, with an annual economic impact is estimated at more than $3 million. ...
Nebraska opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline will participate in a walk across the nation to draw attention to climate change. Dozens of Nebraskans are expected to join the Great March for Climate Action on Saturday for a portion of the 3,000-mile walk from Los Angeles to Washington. The group's destination for the day is the renewable energy bar...
Over at the Adams County Fairgrounds officials are busy preparing for Fairfest 2014. Executive Director of the Adams County Fair Sandy Himmelberg says the 4H kids have already been plenty active at the fairgrounds this week. Himmelberg also says the cooler temperatures that the area has been experiencing this week should draw more attendance to thi...
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