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Nebraska Meat Packers Allowed to Own Hogs After Bill Passes in Legislature

A bill has passed that would allow Nebraska meat packers to own hogs.

Woman Takes Plea for Hastings Toddler Death

The woman accused of killing a toddler in Hastings has taken a plea deal.

Two Nebraskans Test Positive for Zika Virus

The first cases of the Zika Virus have been reported in Nebraska.

Some Nebraska Groundwater Rising to Pre-Drought Levels

Groundwater in Nebraska is showing signs of recovery after the drought a few years ago.

Nebraska Democrats Can Caucus in Every County for First Time

Nebraska democrats can stop in any county to caucus this March.

Judge Issues Formal Injunction on Nebraska's Same-Sex Marriage Ban

A judge has issued a permanent injunction striking down Nebraska negated ban on same-sex marriage.

Several Local Communities Take Part in Utility Survey

An NMPP survey showed where communities stand in energy charges.

High School Classes Get Financial Bump at Central Valley

The Central Valley Booster Club is helping out the high school.

Floating Lanterns May Be Banned Under Proposal

Floating lanterns would be banned by a bill in the Nebraska Legislature.

Sales Tax Re-Election Coming to Ord Voters in May

Ord residents will soon have decision to make on the city's sales tax for economic development.

Benefit Set for Former Loup County Teach Battling Brain Tumor

A pancake supper is set to benefit a Taylor woman with medical expenses.

Bill Would Change Nebraska License Plate Requirements

A bill may change what's required with Nebraska license plates.

Ord Puts Final Touch on Source Gas Deal

The Ord City Council has formally finalized a new deal with Source Gas.

Two Ag Groups Announce Support for Ricketts' Property Tax Plans

Two ag groups have pledged support to Governor Ricketts plan for property tax relief.

Meningitis Not Believed to Be Cause of High Plains Community Student's Death

Officials say meningitis likely did not cause the death of a High Plains Community student.