18 hrs ago
NE Make-A-Wish Foundation, BBGH help Valentine teen visit New Zealand
A local Valentine teen has returned from New Zealand thanks to the Nebraska Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Box Butte General Hospital.
18 hrs ago
Snowy roads contribute to more than a dozen accidents
Snow has been falling heavily across parts of KOTA Territory since Tuesday morning, making it a tough day for road travel.
18 hrs ago
Potter man pleads 'no contest' in child abuse case
Today in Cheyenne County District Court, 56-year-old Jason Frei of Potter/Dalton, appeared for a status hearing on a charge of 3rd Degree Sexual Assault of a Child.
North Platte Bulletin
Smith's offices collect cards for troops
Rep. Adrian Smith's offices in Nebraska collected more than 10,000 cards for the Red Cross Holiday Mail for Heroes program, he announced Tuesday.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Researchers seek solution to weed resistance to herbicides
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Scottsbluff burglar arrested after getting caught on surveillance video
On Monday afternoon, police arrested 21-year-old Jairo Welsh of Scottsbluff. They had received a search warrant for his home on Avenue F, and recovered property that has been reported stolen.
Healthcare.gov re-opens after critical updates
A new waiting cue alerts people by e-mail when the website is ready to take their application so they're not stuck waiting at their computer if the site is overwhelmed with traffic.
Legacy of Plains Museum unveils new logo
The Legacy of the Plains Museum board and marketing committee members have unveiled the new logo, which features a Conestoga wagon and tractor, above of the North Platte River.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
SBPD investigating rash of burglaries
The Scottsbluff Police Department is investigating several recent burglaries. These burglaries have occurred mostly to businesses and are occurring near the center of town.
Food For Fines fundraiser underway at Lied Library
Scottsbluff Lied Library along with Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska are teaming up for the second annual Food for Fines fundraiser.
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.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Trial date set for man accused of kicking, punching pregnant girlfriend
A trial date has been set for a Scottsbluff man accused of punching and kicking his nine-month- pregnant girlfriend's stomach.
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
President Obama declares disaster in Nebraska
President Barack Obama has declared a disaster in Nebraska following severe weather at the beginning of October.
Woman Hasn't Talked to Legal Guardian Since 2010
Widener lives in Scottsbluff County, but served as the legal guardian to more than 600 Nebraskans across the state, including Debbie Lyons who lives in Lancaster County.
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.
State Auditor Cites Concern With The Nebraska Department Of Health And Human Services
State Auditor Mike Foley announced Monday the completion of an audit of assistance programs for roughly 6,000 vulnerable Nebraskans who are elderly, blind, or disabled.
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.