The 108th Legislature adjourned sine die on June 1, 2023.
The city's new notification system will directly notify Kearney residents by mail when public hearings are scheduled involving nearby properties.
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Chronic pilot shortages nearly cost Kearney and 30 other regional airports their federally subsidized commuter flights two years ago.
Dave Brandt will not face a recall vote for his seat on the Kearney Public Schools' Board of Education.
If the issue had been approved, the district would have utilized the bonds to build a new elementary school.
The Kearney Planning Commission on April 21 voted unanimously to advance Harders' request to the council for final approval.
Take a look at the scene at the Capitol Saturday where hundreds of Nebraska educators rallied against a bill that would provide tax incentives for donations to scholarship funds for private and faith-based schools.
Take a look at the scene in the Rotunda after a bill seeking to ban abortions in Nebraska after six weeks fails to advance.
The 6 p.m. meeting on June 22 is at the Kearney Public Library. It is open to the public, but participation will be limited to registered nonpartisan voters.
The Buffalo County Board voted unanimously to award a $2.3 million contract to build a new bridge that links grain trucks to the ethanol plant in Ravenna.
But the denial by the Nebraska Power Review Board is based on a technicality that soon could be rectified.
Gov. Jim Pillen named Carolyn Bosn as the replacement for state Sen. Suzanne Geist's District 25 seat on the Nebraska Legislature Thursday afternoon.
In 10-15 years Kearney could have a third Interstate 80 exit, and it’s a good bet the exit will be on 30th Avenue in west Kearney.
Both Republicans and Democrats are expected to voice their opinions when Kearney Public Schools Board of Education discusses proposed board policies for transgender students and sports on Monday.
Blessing said speakers would be allotted 5 minutes each, but that limit might be shortened depending on how many people wish to speak.
Missouri Sen. Mike Moon was one of three lawmakers sponsoring bills to prohibit medical care for transgender children who testified at a hearing Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2023. The testimony comes after Jamie Reed, a former staff member at Washington University's transgender youth clinic at Children…
Native advocates say they've been silenced by Lincoln city officials who approved housing development
Those opposing a housing development near Wilderness Park and a Native sweat lodge stood silently during a City Council public comment period to reflect how they say they've been silenced.
Todd Wiltgen has been appointed Lancaster County election commissioner by Gov. Jim Pillen.
Preliminary values for property owners should arrive in mailboxes on or around Feb. 10. Final values will be sent out at the end of May.
The special 150th anniversary badge to be worn by KPD officers this year features the state seal and a banner that says 1873 to 2023.
Omaha's Eppley Airport will receive $20.9 million and the Lincoln Airport will receive $414,900 from a fund approved specifically for airport terminal projects as part of the federal infrastructure law.
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The meeting will take place in the Kearney Public Library at 2020 First Ave., and the public is invited.
Property owner DT Development of Kearney aims to construct one new single-family estate on the 5.85 acres of land.
LB-684 would review 194 state agencies with an aim to "reduce costs while improving quality" and a target of "25% improvement" overall.
The ARPA funds will go to six projects, including new welcome signs at city entrances as well as convention and sports marketing in response to the coming Indoor Sports Complex.
Oklahoma’s next legislative session starts soon. Here’s a look at lawmakers from the Tulsa area, plus contact information.
General managers of Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District and Dawson Public Power District worry about a group of Holdrege area irrigators’ efforts to derail their consolidation.
The state's eight economic development districts each got a piece of the $600,000 "Broadband Equity Access and Deployment" grant to create a statewide digital equity plan.