Despite the drama back and forth over the city's old police pension calculation formula, the Grand Island City Council voted to settle with former police captain Pete Kortum to the tune of over $141,000.
While the council gave its okay last night, some council members expressed their frustration at
After entering the race for Governor on the Democratic ticket, Fullerton State Senator Annette Dubas announced Monday that she is withdrawing from the race.
Dubas made her announcement yesterday in the Capitol Rotunda in Lincoln. She cited a number of factors for pulling out of the race including the
Nebraska's Department of Health and Human Services is once again facing criticism as Nebraska State Auditor Mike Foley unveiled an audit Monday that a large amount of money was wasted because of lack of oversight within the program.
Foley once again criticized HHS for its lack of oversight and
This year's continuing saga pertaining to the Central City School Board took another twist Monday night, this time after a 53-minute closed executive session involving the Superintendent's future.
The Central City School Board voted unanimously to allow the superintendent's contract to run through the 2014-2015 school year...after which she
An arrest has been made in connection the death of a Grand Island Attorney who was gunned down in front of his law office Wednesday night near 3rd in Locust in Downtown Grand Island.
According to Captain Kerry Mehlin, 58-year-old Michael Petersen of Rural Glenvil was arrested near Hastings
Grand Island Police has released the name of the man who was shot dead near 3rd and Locust last night and now law enforcement is asking for the public's help in locating a suspect.
At a press conference Thursday, Police Chief Steve Lamken says that 52-year-old Todd Elsbernd,
Shock and fear in downtown Grand Island Wednesday night, as at least one person is dead after being shot near the Downtown Center off of 3rd and Locust.
Police blocked off Locust Street between 3rd Street and West South Front Street for several hours speaking with witnesses and
With the urging of the city attorney and the action of Mayor Jay Vavricek, the Grand Island City Council tabled a resolution that would have approved a settlement agreement between the city and former GI Police Captain Pete Kortum.
City Attorney Bob Sivick advised the council to table the
Students, veteran advocates and others from throughout the local area came to Grand Island Senior High yesterday to take part in the annual Veterans Day Parade honoring veterans for their sacrifices while devoting themselves to the nation.
Hundreds of students from Grand Island Public Schools, Grand Island Central
Grand Island Public Schools continues to use the latest technology when teaching students throughout the district, even students in elementary schools to get the latest information.
Google Chrome Books are now available to teachers and students from Kindergarten to 5th grade.
Spokesman Jack Sheard says the new Chrome