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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)

Encampment in Washington D.C. protests Keystone XL pipeline

Leaders of a state advocacy group are joining Native Americans and farmers and ranchers from Nebraska in Washington D.C. this week to protest the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline. Ben Gotschall is spokesman for BOLD Nebraska and says members of the Cowboy and Indian Alliance rode horses into the nation’s capitol on Tuesday to kick-off […]... Continued

Lincoln man charged in the death of his wife Easter Sunday

A heated argument Easter Sunday evening apparently led to murder in Lincoln. Lincoln Police Chief Jim Perschong says 41-year-old Kent Burklund has been charged with second degree murder in the death of his wife, Bettina Burklund, also 41. Perschong says officers went to the couple’s home Monday after co-workers of Bettina became worried, because she […]... Continued

Deadly overnight accident in Omaha kills one

One person is dead following an early morning accident in Omaha. Police say a speeding SUV was southbound on 72nd Street when the driver lost control near Shirley Street around 1:00 a.m. The vehicle went off the road, through two parking lots; hit a tree and then a light pole. Authorities say the driver died […]... Continued

Congressman Terry calls latest Keystone XL delay pure politics

Nebraska 2nd District Congressmen Lee Terry says the State Department’s extension of the decision on the Keystone XL oil pipeline is just a case of playing politics as the 2014 election nears. Congressman Terry says the State Department already stamped final on all the environmental reports. That was given to President Obama for his response. […]... Continued

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Inmate who drove van in fatal Lincoln collision pleads no contest to manslaughter

The prison inmate who drove a state van into a Lincoln intersection killing a woman has pleaded no contest to a charge of manslaughter. Lancaster County Attorney Joe Kelly charged 36-year-old Jeremy Dobbe with manslaughter in connection with the traffic crash that killed Joyce Meeks of Lincoln. Several Lincoln residents called the evening of June […]... Continued

Local News

Pershing steps down from Board of Education

There's a vacancy on the Hastings Public Schools Board of Education. Dr. Matt Pershing had to resign. He moved out of the district and that makes him ineligible to serve. The school board accepted and ... Continued

Autism law signed by Heineman

An estimated 1,000 Nebraskans will receive insurance coverage for autism therapies under a new state law. Gov. Dave Heineman signed the bill into law Monday standing alongside two families with autistic children. The proposal allows ... Continued

Pipeline opponents planning big week in D.C.

Thousands of Keystone XL Pipeline opponents are expected to take part in a week of action in Washington D.C. that beings today. The Cowboy and Indian Alliance (CIA), a group of ranchers, farmers and indigenous ... Continued

Discussions over student transportation for Hastings School Board

If the Hastings Public Schools elementary bond is passed by voters in May, students will be bused during construction. The Board of Education approved providing limited student transportation. Right now, Jeff Schneider believes students at ... Continued

Glenvil man pleads no contest to double murder

The rural Glenvil man accused of fatally shooting his ex-wife and former divorce attorney has pleaded no contest in the death of his ex-wife. Michael Petersen entered the plea n Hall County District Court for ... Continued

Road Work to Begin on N-4 West of Lawrence

Weather permitting, construction work is scheduled to begin the week of April 21 on N‑4, beginning at the junction of US-281 and proceeding ten miles east to Lawrence, according to the Nebraska Department of Roads. ... Continued

Local Sports


Nebraska continues to add prime time appearances to its 2014 football schedule. The Big Ten Network has announced that the September 27th game against Illinois in Lincoln and the October 18th game at Northwestern ... Continued

Local Events

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

USATF Nebraska Association Junior Olympic Development Track Meet

Coming up on May 17, 2014USATF Nebraska Association Junior Olympic Development Track Meet @ Hastings High School 1100 West 14th Street, Hastings, NEField Events Start @ 9:00 AM Track Events Start @ 12:00 PM ... Continued

St. Michael's Salad luncheon

The St. Michael's Altar Society's Salad Luncheon Monday May 5th 11AM-1PM at Theisen Hall (7th and Creighton).Admission for Adults is $6. There will be a quilt rack and quilt raffle.The proceeds benefit St. Michael's Preschool