Haunts and scares for your Halloween weekend

Family Fun Halloween Events Around North Platte

When she was told to wait several hours before the next doctor’s appointment, she made a tough decision.

In just a few days, kids get to morph into their favorite super heroes and see who can collect the most candy while trick or treating. Police encourage these tips to ensure a safe Halloween.

Residents at the Crossroads Center Rescue Mission returned back to the shelter Wednesday after an early morning fire displaced them to a local motel.

Lake Mac residents have opportunity to get their questions answered at annual stakeholders meeting

Local Races: Where do the candidates stand?

Comfort dog named Smokey on duty at fire station

Inmate helped 2 others escape, Nebraska investigator says

Metal Beam Falls on worker in Wallace

Preview: North Platte School Board Candidate Matthew Pederson

Trump campaign announces Omaha stop for Pence

Dead fish left after draining the NPPD canal

Professor creates app that helps patients speak for themselves

Spanish singer Emir Sensini performs at NPHS

Voter registration deadline in NE is Friday

Crash near Sutherland sends one person to the hospital

Beatrice Six victim speaks out against death penalty

Study finds legalized marijuana does not affect crime or economics

Nearly $1 million awarded for Nebraska energy projects

Nebraska Gov. Ricketts says budget package won't raise taxes

Paxton sales tax increase on November ballot can help grow town

Emails sent to and from Nebraska regent following anthem protest released Tuesday

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Defense Secretary Ash Carter ordered the Pentagon on Wednesday to stop clawing back the bonuses that thousands of soldiers got for re-enlisting to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan. 'There is no more important responsibility for the Department of Defense than keeping faith with our people,' Carter said in a statement. 'That means treating them fairly and equitably, honoring their service and sacrifice, and keeping our word. Today, in keeping with that obligation, I am ordering a series of steps to ensure fair treatment for thousands of California National Guard soldiers who may have received incentive bonuses and tuition assistance improperly as a result of errors and in some cases criminal behavior by members of the California National Guard.' Carter's announcement was greeted with cheers in Kempner, Texas where Don and Susan Haley -- both Iraq War veterans -- had been struggling to pay back the bonuses they got when they reenlisted a decade ago in the California National Guard.

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Flashback: Stonewall Inn Riots of 1969

On June 28, 1969, patrons at NYC gay bar Stonewall Inn decided they had finally had enough after yet another police raid, and their resistance is wide

Two Soldiers Held in Connection with Disappearance of Fellow Soldier

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