RECAP: All of Tuesday’s biggest news

A recap of the biggest Tuesday stories from across Nebraska

:State signs contract to build 4 lanes between Scribner and West Point

Brighter Future: Adrian Almeida risked everything for a better life

Voter turnout expectations lowered in Omaha city election

Antelope County Museum honoring the town of Elgin this summer

Nebraska could let state banks offer cryptocurrency services

Heritage of Bel-Air puts on special car parade for residents Heritage of Bel-Air puts on special car parade for residents

Leyton School Board reinstates Geary as superintendent

Pace of virus vaccinations slows significantly in Nebraska

LPD: Man convicted of 1990 homicide arrested with stolen firearm

Gothenburg residents address school board  Gothenburg residents address school board

Dumpster fire causes damage outside Norfolk restaurant

Panhandle doctor and rancher addresses Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy in the area

Sarpy County soccer coach facing child enticement charge

Coast-to-coast electric scooter trek comes through Nebraska panhandle

North Platte businesses win awards from Nebraska Main Street Network

Beatrice School Board approves contracts, honors retiring staff

Beatrice YMCA adding, rearranging space

Prison ordered after drug court terminated

 

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