First Baptist Church hosts clothing drive

The First Baptist Church gave away clothes and school supplies to North Platte families this morning.


2.5 billion pounds of meat continue to pile up in U.S. storages. Sellers are having to drop prices in order to clear their shelves.


The nine elementary schools in North Platte were gifted Speed Stacks Friday afternoon.



Downed trees, flooded fields and crops damaged beyond repair have caused people the biggest issues.


476 people in 15 states sickened by McDonald's salad


Nebraska Football Fan Day set for Saturday


Scottsbluff man arrested in vicious assault on female victim


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Beef surplus could hurt ranchers


Man in stolen vehicle leads deputies in chase on I-80


Nebraska Attorney General urges reporting of abuse by clergy


Former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan dies at age 80


Nebraska accepting comments on statewide transportation plan


Members sought to fill spots on several professional boards



Coach Scott Frost gives update on team's progress


Bail denied for man accused of killing family


Chancellor Ronnie Green met with North Platte High School faculty


Aretha Franklin's funeral set for Aug. 31 in Detroit


No. Colo. Sheriff's Deputy wounded in shootout undergoes surgery


State: Nebraska jobless rate steady at 2.9 percent in July


North Platte Community Playhouse Rummage Sale


Free drug tests now available at Westfield Pharmacy


Sales director for Backpage.com pleads guilty to conspiracy


Gale: Medicaid ballot petition could be certified next week


Pres. Trump warns he'll revoke clearance of Justice Dept official


Alabama Supreme Court won't move lawsuit against Roy Moore


US regulators target Facebook on discriminatory housing ads


US judge extends halt on deportations of separated families


Power outages reported in North Platte and Maxwell areas


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