Farragut Meeting To Discuss New School Boundaries

FARRAGUT - New school boundaries in Fremont County will be announced next Thursday by the Iowa Department of Education. A community meeting in Farragut is scheduled for 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18, in... Read More

BEATRICE - This weekend will be the debut of the Community Players Theatre's winter musical Pinkalicious. Based on the children's book series of the same name, Pinkalicious follows the story of a cupcake loving little girl with a joy for any and e... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY - A Nebraska City man is among the 522 arrested as the result of a Super Bowl sex sting conducted under the National Johns Suppression Initiative. The Lincoln Police Department participated Jan. 29 and arrested six suspected "johns... Read More

The Nebraska Court of Appeals has ruled against a York woman who described her home as “The Temple of Zion,” called herself its high priest and said marijuana “is the tree of life. It contains the spirit of God.” “When you get high, you ... Read More

COOK COUNTY - A national coalition of law enforcement agencies conducted a sting operation that led to 552 arrests – 522 would-be sex buyers (or “johns”) and 30 pimps or sex traffickers – Cook County Sheriff Thomas J. Dart announced today. ... Read More

PLATTSMOUTH - In what has been a successful year for the Plattsmouth High School band, four students represented them in the 1st Annual Iowa Western Community College Honor Band. The four students included Zak Neumann (Tuba), Aleyna Stanford (Fre... Read More

DAWSON - The Humboldt Volunteer Fire Department provided mutual aid to Dawson on Tuesday afternoon after a minivan got stuck on a dirt road and caught fire. According to responders, the minivan also ignited and spread to a nearby hay field. T... Read More

FAIRBURY- The Relay for Life Jail and Bail, sponsored by the local group, Caped Cancer Crusaders, will be held at the Stagecoach Mall Antiques and Tasting Room on February 19th from 9am - 2pm. According to team captain and event organizer, Diane Schu... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY, NE - Since February 2014, Nebraska City has been used to news, sports, weather and community event coverage delivered through radio, digitally on the station's website and a publication available to readers during the weekdays with Flo... Read More

LINCOLN - A measure inspired by a police chase that ended in a crash near Humphrey in 2008 has won first-round approval. Supporters overcame a filibuster Wednesday and voted 34-6 to advance Se. Dan Watermeyer's bill, which could give passengers in... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY - The Nebraska Center for the Education of Children Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired held a statewide Braille competition on Wednesday. Outreach Director Tanya Hilligoss said it is a unique event offered in the United States. "W... Read More