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Davis at the Legislature: Repeal the death penalty

Gov. Ricketts: Death sentence has important role

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Nebraska Farmer elected chairman of Plains Grains, Inc.

Legislature approves grants for 'livestock friendly' counties

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O'Malley, Montgomery win Class C track gold medals

Anna O'Malley and Katie Montgomery of North Platte St. Pat's won gold medals in Class C at the state track meet on Friday. ...More

 
More about Monday night, when two cars disappeared (9 Talk Back Entries 9)

Two eastbound vehicles went around road closed barricades Monday night on South River Road, and one of them disappeared. ...More

 
Flood victims, cars still not found

Recovery efforts were stymied all afternoon Thursday to get to what may be a car submerged in the flooded South Platte River. ...More

 
Entertainment around town

A rundown of entertainment in North Platte and Lincoln County.       ...More

 
Death penalty repeal passes Legislature (17 Talk Back Entries 17)

Opponents of the death penalty continued to push for support of the legislation to repeal the death penalty in Nebraska.  ...More

 
Teens drive car into flooded river, feared dead (UPDATED) (21 Talk Back Entries 21)

Searchers may have found a clue late Wednesday in their search for two teenagers who are feared dead after they disappeared late Monday night into the flooded South Platte River. ...More

 
Council approves incentives for new home building (18 Talk Back Entries 18)

The city council debated giving cash incentives to home builders Tuesday night, then voted 5-2 in favor. ...More

 
North Platte men charged with meth distribution, weapons (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

Around 8 a.m. Monday, the North Platte police opened an investigation into illicit drugs, after obtaining evidence of drug use at a home in the 500 block of S. Cottonwood.  ...More

 
Legislature approves second marijuana bill

The Nebraska Legislature continued Monday to adapt Nebraska to changing medications, advancing a research program at the University of Nebraska Medical Center to test low-THC oil on patients with epileptic seizures. ...More

 
Rodeo: Tradition for North Platte family

Ron and Nancy Richardson’s granddaughter is getting a special rodeo treat. ...More

 
 
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Prescription drug prices: Climbing into stratosphere
 
Shop owner: Bike lanes add safety (8 Talk Back Entries 8)
 
Flood worries Hershey school
 
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State/Regional NewsMore state news
 
First class mail runs late
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The U.S. Postal Service reported serious deterioration during the first quarter for First-Class Mail that should have been delivered within three days, according to a USPS report....More

 
State attorneys settle Radio Shack case
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Following mediation in federal bankruptcy court, Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson announced a settlement Wednesday with RadioShack over the sale of customers’ personal identity information. ...More

 
Feds, states crack down on four suspect cancer charities
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Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson has joined the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and other state law enforcement officials in a complaint charging four sham cancer charities and their operators with bilking more than $187 million from consumers....More

 
Classification for autocycles advanced
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A new class of motor vehicle would be approved for use in Nebraska under a bill advanced from general file May 14....More

 
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High School Rodeo: Weekend results

Sensations finish second in Lincoln tournament

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