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CSU fans show support at Spring Game

Even though the Husker fans dominated in numbers, Colorado State was also well represented on Saturday in McCook.


An off-duty member of North Platte Police was involved in a two-vehicle traffic collision on Friday morning.


Drowsy driving is responsible each year for about 87,000 crashes.



People are gathered in suburban Denver for a remembrance ceremony honoring the victims of those killed in the Columbine High School shootings 20 years ago.


Easter 2019: It's an $18 billion holiday


Former Northwest teacher arrested for stealing money from show choir


Man wanted in Hall County deputy attack captured in Texas


Mueller Report mentions case of Creighton graduate Seth Rich


Giving a pet for Easter? Don't do it


2 more blasts reported in Sri Lanka, hours after at least 207 killed


Armed civilian border group member arrested in New Mexico


Why Easter is called Easter, and other little-known facts about the holiday



Love birds doing the chicken dance


Washington state senator faces backlash after saying nurses ‘probably play cards’ most of the day


HOW TO HELP Nebraska flood victims


Nebraska Supreme Court to hear arguments in Scottsbluff


Woman accused of throwing 7 puppies in plastic bag into CA dumpster


Do you have your Bob Ross cereal yet? Yes, that Bob Ross


Electrical substation to be built on city's north side


Miss Nebraska Pageant Winners Meet


KNPLCB and City of NP secure grant for "Tree Shredder" Project


CBD Oil is illegal in Nebraska and causing issues for police


"Go Baby Go!" helps kids with disabilities get behind the wheel


Authorities unveil crackdown on drugged driving


Trump's legal team breathes a sigh, takes a victory lap


North Platte man in Court to face 2nd Degree Arson Charges


20 years after school attack, Columbine remembers 13 lost


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