THEDFORD—More than 50 sandhills residents gathered in Thedford on Wednesday afternoon to hear from Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts. A picket line of concerned citizens holding "preserve the Sandhills" signs lined the highway as the crowd gather'... Read More

WESTERVILLE--An Arcadia teen died in a one-vehicle accident on Friday morning. According to the Nebraska State Patrol, a Dodge Ram was traveling westbound on Highway 70 around 8 a.m. approximately three miles east of Westerville when it crossed th'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Citizens of Broken Bow could be facing a trip to the polls for a potential recall election against Mayor Jonathon Berghorst. Recall efforts began recently following an incident in April in which the mayor was allegedly involved in a phys'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—The babies are back in town! Following a two-year hiatus, the staff at  Jennie M. Melham Memorial Medical Center (JMMMMC) and the Physicians of the Central Nebraska Medical Clinic (CNMC) officially cut the ribbon on Tuesday to w'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY— In the past few weeks, KCNI/KBBN has released multiple stories regarding legal proceedings of Custer County Supervisor Doug Stunkel. Stunkel, was elected to represent District 7 after his representatives voted him into office with 35'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—KCNI radio has been Keeping Central Nebraska Informed for the last 70 years and to celebrate, radio station staff and approximately 200 community members gathered at the Broken Bow Country Club on Thursday night. The anniversary festivit'... Read More

GRAND ISLAND—There is fun for everyone at the 150th Nebraska State Fair and Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) investigators even had the chance to test their skills at the Wade Shows Carnival—but it was not all just fun and games when the fair began la'... Read More

BEATRICE - Nathan Spilker is 19. He'll be 20 on June 15. He graduated from Beatrice High School two years ago, and just wrapped up his sophomore year at Princeton. An aerospace engineering major, Spilker was one of 40 students involved in '... Read More

FAIRBURY - A Concordia, Kansas man was arrested early Thursday morning after an alleged kidnapping and high speed chase that started in Fairbury, and lasted more than 40 miles. Just before 5 a.m. Thursday, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office w'... Read More

GENEVA - An Exeter cattle feeder facing 40 felony charges in connection with an animal cruelty case pled not guilty to the charges Tuesday. Aaron Ogren, 30, was arrested in May after investigators found dead and dying livestock on his property. '... Read More

FRIEND - Friend is about a mile long east to west. On the western edge of town on the south side of U.S. Highway 6 is Daisy Queen. A fast food restaurant and ice cream shop that dates back to August 1951. Originally owned by Glen and Peg Kinsm'... Read More

HEBRON - The Thayer County Sheriff's Office is investigating reports of possible animal neglect and abuse at a Hebron feedlot and sale barn. The property in question is owned by Glen Jochem, who owns the J and J  Horse and Pony Company. Hebro'... Read More

FAIRBURY - Demolition was last June. Groundbreaking was last July. Less than a year later, the Fairbury Aquatic Center officially opened on Saturday afternoon. "This pool should be a great asset to Fairbury and to our surrounding communitie'... Read More

SUPERIOR - The city of Superior has revamped its downtown. In the last couple of weeks, the city officially opened the 4th Street Square, and renovated the 213 Business Center, thanks to a $150,000 grant from the USDA. The 4th Street Square, lo'... Read More