Preliminary spending plans regarding the Hall County Courthouse were unveiled Wednesday by County Board Chairman Bob McFarland who spoke about a number of options to fix-up the aging facility.
During a press conference, McFarland talked about six possible options to fix the courthouse, ranging from nine to $14-million.
Governor Dave Heineman and Nebraska Attorney General John Bruning say they will join forces with other states to fight a recent California law regarding the living conditions of chickens.
The Governor says the law will hamper interstate trade because it effectively imposes California's requirements on out-of-state farmers.
The McCook Ci Council recently had their bi-weekly board meeting. It was a failry fast meeting according to Kyle Pothoff and Jerry Calvin who re-caped the board meeting recently.
Cick HERE to listen to the CIty Council overview.
A bill that would have put to the hands of the Grand Island veterans home in the hands of the remains in committee and could either be voted to be sent to the floor for debate or killed in committee.
Officials in the Government, Military and Veterans Affairs
Grand Island Firefighters were kept busy for most of Thursday morning as they responded to a trailer fire near the 2300 block of Bellwood Drive...inside Kingswood Estates.
Shift Commander Scott Kuehl says when they received the call, flames and smoke were spotted by incoming fire crews.
With competitors and their families pouring into Grand Island today to take part in the 2014 Cheer and Dance Championships, many local businesses are hoping to see an uptick in business.
Grand Island Commercial and Visitor Bureau Executive Director Brad Mellema spoke with KRGI News. He says with so
Grand Island Police are asking for the public's help to look for those who are involved in breaking out car windows around the city.
Officer Butch Hurst says that police have received 15 reports of criminal mischief between February 13th and 15th and another 14 reports during the 20th
Anti-pipeline forces are celebrating their first major victory in the fight over the Keystone X-L Pipeline Wednesday.
A Lancaster County Judge struck down the state law that allows the pipeline to proceed through the state.
Judge Stephanie Stacy said Wednesday that Governor Dave Heineman exceeded his authority...saying a
The Government, Military and Veteran’s Affairs Committee voted Wednesday on Senator Mike Gloor’s priority bill regarding the Grand Island Veteran’s Home.
The committee voted 4-3 not to advance the bill which would have had the legislature review all government facility moves over $15-million.
Voting for the bill were Senators Karpisek,
The man accused of killing his ex-wife and a prominent Grand Island attorney pleaded not guilty to murder charges Tuesday in Hall County District Court.
58-year-old Michael Petersen of Glenvil was arraigned and he faces charges of 1st degree murder and use of weapon to commit a felony.