Hundreds of people flock to Cody Park for Free Ride Day

Rides opened for the first time of the season on Friday at Cody Park and they were free for opening day.

Records show that Nebraska Wide Receiver Stanley Morgan Jr. was lodged in jail in Port Orange, Florida earlier this month for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. Nebraska safety, Antonio Reed was also in the car and was charged for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.

The Scottsbluff Police Department said that autopsy and toxicology testing in the case of 45-year-old Billy Ladeaux of Scottsbluff shows that he died of hypothermia.

The Nebraska State Patrol is urging caution when passing through work zones. The message comes after an accident on Thursday that happened in a construction zone near Sutherland.

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