Huskers Open Big Ten Play with Rutgers

Nebraska will play its third home game in four weeks on Saturday afternoon, as the Huskers welcome Rutgers to Memorial Stadium for the 2017 Homecoming contest.


Scottsbluff remains undefeated on season, while Bridgeport, Bayard, Hemingford and Gordon-Rushville open district play with wins.



A Cheyenne Police Department officer is recovering after being shot while responding to a call of a domestic disturbance at 935 W. 6 St. The CPD responded to that location at about 5:20 p.m. on September 22.


Eight students from the UNL landscaping architecture program are conducting a brownfield study of the old B&T site to envision what could be done in the future.


Gering High School adds technology to its classrooms


Taco John's opens in Bridgeport


Donate: Hurricane Relief


Friday Night Endzone Part 2 (September 22)


Showstopper Game of The Week (September 22)


Gering High School adds technology to its classrooms


Former Gering PD officer fined following plea deal in theft case


Recaptured escapee waives extradition to Nebraska


5 ways to digitize your life to save money


Federal government notifies 21 states of election hacking, Nebraska not targeted


Governor picks Panhandle woman to be judge


Family searches for soldier who made kind gesture to son


Iowa, Nebraska to see high heat on first day of fall


Lake Minatare SRA entrances to close temporarily


Local college continues to earn accreditation to graduate top quality nurses


Local Thursday Sports Scores/Highlights (September 21)


New statewide seatbelt campaign "For Salena. Buckle Up."


Mitchell city officials agree to cash in CD to make a payment for the care center


"Governor’s Wellness Award” goes to two local businesses


Scottsbluff senior named to NSAA's 'Believers & Achievers'


Eichorst out as Husker AD


Riverside Discovery Center picks up AZA accreditation


Western Nebraska Community College discusses opportunities for home school students


Subsidy watchdog warns Nebraska officials about incentives


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