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NSP Releases Names in Buffalo County Crash

GIBBON, Neb. - The Nebraska State Patrol has released the names of the three people killed in a multiple vehicle crash on Interstate 80 last Friday. The crash occurred near the Gibbon exit claiming the lives of 73-year-old Donald Cox of Tennessee,... Read More

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October 1st: On this day 1956, After test audiences gave a negative reaction to Elvis Presley dying at the end of the film Love Me Tender, The King was called back to re-shoot the scene. In the new en...Read more.

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High School Football tonight is Kearney hosting Millard North. Pregame at 6:30!...Read more.

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September 30th: On this day 1964, The Beatles continued recording sessions at Abbey Road for their fourth UK album Beatles For Sale, recording various takes of 'Every Little Thing', 'What You're Doing...Read more.

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Local Sports 9-30-2016

Nebraska will be missing their top wide receiver when they take on Illinois tomorrow at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln.  Alonzo Moore is out with an injury.  He’s caught 12 passes for 310 yards and two touchdowns so far this season.  Offensive line... Read More

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