U.S Congressman Reacts to U.S-North Korean summit

A Nebraska Congressman says a series of diplomatic moves by world leaders planted the seeds of an agreement with North Korea.
Congressman Jeff Fortenberry says President Trump and President

Federal Judge Strikes Down Nebraska 2016 Voter Law

A federal judge has rejected a Nebraska law that greatly increased the number of signatures independent candidates needed to run. Nebraska ACLU Executive Director Danielle Conrad applauds the

Group of legislators to study state school funding formula

A group of 10 legislators has formed a study group to review the state school funding formula.
Education Committee chair, Senator Mike Groene of North Platte, says the group will do research

Texas Roper leads second round in his event at the Buffalo Bill Rodeo

Tie-down roper Randall Carlisle made his first trip to the Buffalo Bill Rodeo in North Platte on Thursday, and he hopes he’s making a fresh start.

 

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Demand for Gasoline drops, even during usually-busy Summer Travel Season

Demand for gasoline is falling in Nebraska and nationwide as pump prices are up more than 50-cents a gallon from a year ago. Triple-A-Nebraska’s Rose White says falling demand means falling

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