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High school students organize charity run

North Platte runners ran for charity Saturday night.

Fur the love of PAWS was hosting an event where dogs and cats could receive a microchip for $25.

A former North Platte man living in Fort Collins, Colorado came back to provide items for flood victims.

It was the scout's annual pinewood derby races on Saturday.

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$436K raised in Nebraska Strong Drive for Flood Relief

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Young chefs compete for title of Top Chef

Look up: Northern lights to dip into the Midwest

Powerball jackpot rises to $750 million, 4th largest prize in US lottery history

North Platte relief efforts reach Lynch

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NP Man with life threatening injuries after ATV accident

Mueller finishes Russia investigation, submits report to Justice Department

Streisand apologizes after saying Michael Jackson’s ‘sexual needs were his sexual needs’

NPHS food and clothing pantry receives award

Robert Kraft says he is ‘truly sorry’ in first statement since solicitation charges

North Platte company donates hook to NSP

Helicopters rescue Norway cruise ship passengers amid storm

Flight attendant detained by immigration authorities on return to US

US-backed Syrian force declares victory over Islamic State

Tyson Foods recalls over 69,000 pounds of frozen chicken strips

McDonald's giving back on Nebraska Strong Day

Pittsburgh cop cleared in fatal shooting of black teenager

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Protests over the jury's verdict to acquit the officer who killed Antwon Rose II last year were described as peaceful.

Fraternity expels 4 at University of Georgia chapter after racist video surfaces

"Tau Kappa Epsilon is disgusted, appalled and angered by the remarks shown in a video of four expelled members," the national organization said.

Robert Kraft apologizes in first statement since massage parlor sting

“I am truly sorry. I know I have hurt and disappointed my family, my close friends, my co-workers, our fans and many others who rightfully hold me to a higher standard," Kraft said in a statement Saturday. The apology comes one month after he was charged with soliciting sex.

‘Band Grandpas’ helping students through music and mentorship

Arnie Rosen, a retired doctor and amateur musician, created the “Band Grandpas” program in Rockford, Illinois so senior instrumentalists can help students and spread the joy of music.