Biden pardons thousands for ‘simple possession’ of marijuana; Ricketts, Peterson cry foul
Biden pardons thousands for ‘simple possession’ of marijuana; Ricketts, Peterson cry foul

President Joe Biden is pardoning thousands of Americans convicted of “simple possession” of marijuana under federal law, and Nebraska's governor and AG are criticizing the decision.

        
 
Authorities provide updates on rollover, injury accident

Authorities provide updates on rollover, injury accident

Authorities near Sidney, Neb. said they responded to a rollover accident Wednesday that ejected a person. 

Bovee Fire nearly contained

Bovee Fire nearly contained

After burning nearly 19,000 acres, the Bovee Fire in central Nebraska is now 94 percent contained.

Survey shows Nebraska youth value communities, worry about future local job prospects

Survey shows Nebraska youth value communities, worry about future local job prospects

A new study shows Nebraska youth remain committed to small communities but their hometowns still have work to do in convincing them they can achieve their long-term career goals. 

Nebraskans to fly flags half-staff for National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service

Nebraskans to fly flags half-staff for National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service

On Wednesday, Gov. Pete Ricketts announced that all flags - U.S. and Nebraska - are to be flown at half-staff for a three day period. 

Injuries considered non-life threatening in one-vehicle rollover west of Sidney

Injuries considered non-life threatening in one-vehicle rollover west of Sidney

Authorities responded to an injury accident west of Sidney Wednesday evening.

Wildcat Hills Nature Center set to host free event

Wildcat Hills Nature Center set to host free event

Wildcat Hills Nature Center is hosting a bird watching event for all to enjoy.

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