6 hrs ago
Jury deliberates fate of former CI
A jury is deliberating the outcome in a case against a former WING Drug Task Force criminal informant is who allegedly went rogue during the course of a trial he was involvedwith.
20 hrs ago
New scrutiny for guardians of vulnerable Nebraskans
A group advocating for disabled Nebraskans plans to look into other "guardianship mills" following last week's arrest of a Gering woman who had been named guardian for hundreds of people.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Disease takes a toll on 2013 deer harvest
Deer hunters who may think they were just unlucky this season when came home empty-handed might find comfort knowing they weren't alone, as this season's deer harvest posted significant lows in harvest.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Four Scotts Bluff County businesses fail alcohol compliance checks
Scottsbluff businesses: Maverik, Sam and Louie's, and the Fifth and O gas station, along with Gering's Stage Coach Stop have failed the latest series of alcohol compliance checks.
Authorities Investigating What Caused Scottsbluff Man to Drive Car into Train
Authorities are investigating what happened to a Scottsbluff man who said he became disoriented before driving his vehicle into a moving train.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Gering amends utility shut-off ordinance
The Gering city council revised the ordinance that lays out how residents are fined for water or utility shutoffs that occur after-hours.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Woman accused of stealing money from elderly, disabled
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Audit reveals woman used state payments for personal use
NOW TO THE DEVELOPING STORY STRETCHING FROM LINCOLN TO NEBRASKA'S PANHANDLE: ALLEGATIONS OF WIDESPREAD ABUSE OF VULNERABLE ADULTS-- AND NEBRASKA HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES.
Rita Stinner awarded "Outstanding Music Educator Award"
Rita Stinner, WNCC music program director and choral activities director, was awarded the 2013-14 National Federation of State High School Associations and Nebraska State Activities Association "Outstanding Music Educator Award" at the Nebraska Music Educators Association Fall Conference Clinic in Lincoln, on November 22. The National Federation of ... (more)
Director of Gering Safe Haven charged with felony theft by taking
The Director of Gering's Safe Haven is facing felony charges after an investigation prompted by the Nebraska State Auditor's Office.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Kimball woman receives car from community
Christmas came a little early for a woman in Kimball after a stranger's idea and the help from his community alleviate some stress in her life.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Suspect in racist vandalism case pleads not guilty
A Gering woman accused of writing racially-charged graffiti on a fellow student's car has pleaded not guilty to an enhanced misdemeanor in the case.
U.S. Senate committee advances livestock grazing permit bill
A U.S. Senate committee has advanced a bill introduced by Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso that would keep livestock grazing permits on federal land despite environmental legal challenges.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Gering mom who sold meth with kids in car to be sentenced today
A Gering woman accused of selling methamphetamine while two young children were in her car will be sentenced on amended charges this afternoon.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Gering man charged in federal indictment for child porn distribution
A Gering man is charged in a two-count indictment from a federal Grand Jury for the District of Nebraska.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Trial delayed again in Neb. 2008 child death case
A trial has been pushed back again for a former Gering man charged with child abuse in the death of a 2-year-old girl.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
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GOP announces debate in Broken Bow
The Nebraska Republican Party has announced a series of six debates between now and the May 13, 2014, primary, including one in Broken Bow.
Camp Guernsey wont expand if ranchers using land object
Governor Matt Mead says state military officials won't try to expand a central Wyoming training site if ranchers currently using the land object.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Part Two: Mother in jail after putting her baby in a dumpster
TONIGHT, 12 NEWS GOES ON ASSIGNMENT TO HEAR FROM A WOMAN WHO PUT HER NEWBORN DAUGHTER IN A DUMPTER AND LEFT HER TO DIE.
Gering man arrested after being accused of sexually assaulting 2 girls
Bond has been set at $200,000 for a Gering man accused of sexually assaulting two girls, aged 6 and 11 back in 2009.