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Listen Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings on 1230 KHAS at 8:08 for Ask The Expert. Dr. Christopher Murray talks about your health on Monday, Beau Huffman from GNC comes in on Tuesday, Wednesday we have a health care professional from Mary Lanning Healthcare and on Thursday Thomas Hiatt of Computer Hardware joins us.

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State Stories (Scroll for local)

Huskers fill a spot at center as Georgetown transfer comes to Lincoln

The Nebraska men’s basketball team has added 6’9, 247 pound center and Georgetown transfer Moses Ayegba. He’s a fifth-year senior and will eligible to play immediately after he earns his undergraduate degree in May. He spent four years at Georgetown, but said he was looking for a change. He was recruited to play with the […]... Continued

Expert: Severity of wildfire season ahead is still a tossup

The training manager of the state’s Wildland Fire Academy says it’s still anyone’s guess as to how bad the year ahead will be for wildfires. Casey McCoy, with the Nebraska Forest Service, says he puts little stock in long-range forecasts and says your odds of predicting a wildfire season would be just as good as […]... Continued

Crowded Republican field avoids clashes in governor debate (AUDIO)

Six Republicans running to succeed Gov. Dave Heineman touted their experience and avoided any real clashes, though one acknowledged the growing negative tilt of the campaign, during a debate in Norfolk. The debate sponsored by the Nebraska Republican Party and moderated by the Norfolk Daily News brought all six together on the stage of the […]... Continued

Gov. Heineman says nurse practitioner bill didn’t require enough training

Gov. Dave Heineman says he vetoed a nurse practitioner bill passed unanimously by the Unicameral, because it didn’t require enough training. LB 916 would have eliminated a requirement that nurse practitioners have written agreements with doctors. Heineman says the bill’s provision that nurse practitioners have at least 2,000 hours of supervised practice wasn’t enough. “A […]... Continued

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State announces mobile job search app, effort to attract veterans (AUDIO)

State officials have announced the job hunt has gone high-tech in Nebraska and that Nebraska is working even harder to attract veterans to the state. First, State Labor Commissioner Cathy Lang says a new mobile app will make the information on the job search website, NEworks.gov, available on smartphones and tablets. “The job search process […]... Continued

Local News

Robert Gray passes away

Hastings native and Hastings College benefactor Dr. Robert Gray passed away last week. He was 92. Dr. Gray, received the honorary doctor of law degree from Hastings College in 1982, where he taught courses in ... Continued

Wildland Fire Academy prepares for fire season

The training manager of the state's Wildland Fire Academy says it's still anyone's guess as to how bad the year ahead will be for wildfires. Casey McCoy, with the Nebraska Forest Service, says he puts ... Continued

CCC-GI has a new campus president

There's a new leader for the Central Community College Grand Island campus. Dr. Thomas A. Walker Jr. will take over become campus president at and college vice president of student and enrollment services onJuly 7. ... Continued

Large change in registered voter affiliation

Secretary of State John Gale says more than 8,000 registered voters in Nebraska have changed their party affiliation since the start of the year. Around 4,300 voters have changed from other parties to Republican. More ... Continued

Heineman signs in more laws

Gov. Heineman approved a half dozen bills yesterday, including one that allows for designated license plates for veterans. But he vetoed one that would have changed state regulations for nurse practitioners, and it's too late ... Continued

Denim Days to raise Sexual Assault Awareness

Across the country and around the world men and women alike will be wearing their blue jeans for Denim Day today. Sasa Crisis Center Community Educator Ashleigh Drudik says it's a day to raise awareness ... Continued

Local Sports


A 6-foot-9, 247 pound center from Georgetown is transferring to Nebraska. Moses Ayegba averaged 13.1 minutes, 1.9 points, 2.8 rebounds with 23 blocked shots for the Hoyas last season. Ayegba is a fifth ... Continued

Local Events

Nebraska State Genealogy Conference

The Annual Nebraska State Genealogy Conference May 2nd and May 3rd (Friday/ Sat.)Midtown Holiday Inn, 2503 S. Locust Street, Grand IslandRegistration, cost, and other information: www.nesgs.org ore-mail: kaywolfe@juno.com, or call: 308-234-4129 (leave ... Continued

Big Brothers Big Sisters Annual Flower Sale

It is that time of year again! Big Brothers Big Sisters will be hosting its annual flower sale Mother's Day weekend. The day of the event we will have hanging and sitting baskets only. If ... Continued

Hero Flight BBQ Fundraiser

The Buffalo County Hero Flight BBQ Fundraiser will be held on Sunday April 27th from 11 A.M to 2 P.M. at the Buffalo County Extension Building in Kearney.A Hot Dog or Hamburger lunch will be ... Continued