Nebraska Radio Network A state senator says Nebraska voters should be given the chance to decide whether medical marijuana should be legal in the state. Senator Anna Wishart of Lincoln has been unable to move her legislation through the legisla... Read More
Nebraska Radio Network A spending bill in the U.S. House of Representatives narrowly passed last night is considered a long shot to win approval in the Senate.   Congressman Don Bacon says it's a long way from having a solid and forward thinki... Read More
Nebraska Radio Network Natural gas use in Nebraska is up this winter, compared to last season. Hastings Utilities has exceeded last year's peak day twice. Energy supply director Don Cox says underground storage reserves across the nation are be... Read More
Release Courtesy Office of Congressman Adrian Smith Washington, D.C. – Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) announced today he has been selected to serve on the congressional delegation traveling to NAFTA negotiations in Montreal next week, where he wi... Read More
Nebraska Radio Network TransCanada has decided to proceed with construction of 8(B)Billion dollar Keystone XL oil pipeline along the route through Nebraska approved by the state Public Service Commission. TransCanada spokeswoman Robynn Tysver s... Read More
Nebraska Radio Network The National Safety Council of Nebraska wants lawmakers to put the brakes on a proposed bill that would increase the speed limit by five miles-per-hour on interstates and most state highways. President and CEO Eric Koeppe... Read More
Associated Press GRAND ISLAND - A Florida woman who drowned a puppy in a central Nebraska airport toilet won't be punished for violating terms of her probation. The Grand Island Independent reports that Judge Teresa Luther ruled 59-year-old Cynth... Read More
Associated Press KEARNEY - Authorities say more than 41 pounds of drugs were found in the car of a New York City man arrested in south-central Nebraska. The Nebraska State Patrol says 40-year-old Huan Lin was pulled over Tuesday for speeding on I... Read More
Nebraska Radio Network A study finds paying extra for premium gas as a treat for your car's engine likely isn't a good investment. Gail Weinholzer, at AAA-Nebraska, says only 16-percent of vehicles on the road are required by the manufacturer t... Read More
Nebraska Radio Network A state senator sponsoring legislation to increase the speed limits across Nebraska says they won't go up unless the Department of Transportation says they can be increased safely. Senator John Murante of Gretna says any ... Read More