• LINCOLN–Nebraska Department of Agriculture Director Greg Ibach today announced METRO, a French based chain store with 780 stores in 25 countries, will showcase beef from Nebraska in their European stores. METRO, is self-described as catering to the needs of the key target group of hotels, restaurants and catering firms through exceptional competence in fresh foods.
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  • LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Groups that treat people with addictions, mental health problems and developmental disabilities are bracing for state budget cuts they say could force them to reduce staffing and services for some of Nebraska's most vulnerable residents.
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  • Kearney, Neb (KGFW) - It was a weekend full of action for the Kearney Police Department after a call came in for an incident that happened at ABC Drug.
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  • LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Gov. Pete Ricketts is traveling back to Japan for another trade mission to promote trade with Nebraska.
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  • LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The Nebraska Supreme Court has upheld a ruling that a Peru State College was not liable for the 2010 disappearance of one of its student.
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  • Lincoln, Neb (KGFW) - Governor Pete Ricketts is always looking for ways to bolster the Nebraskan economy and he has found a new one.
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  • LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Nebraska lawmakers have rejected several attempts to override Gov. Pete Ricketts' budget vetoes, citing concerns about the state's finances despite warnings that the governor's cuts would hurt vulnerable residents.
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  • Kearney, Neb (KGFW) - Although it may not seem like it as we get into the middle of May and the days are gloomy, summer IS coming.
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  • LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Nebraska lawmakers have created a new oversight committee to monitor the state's prison system.
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  • Lincoln, Neb (KGFW) - Counting down to the end of this current legislative session the unicameral focuses more on the budget and getting that complete. However there are some bills out there that will be discussed and possibly put into law.
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