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Traci Overstreet

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KRGI News talked with Director of Marketing and Communication with Chief Industries Beth Frerichs about the next steps of development with the corner of Highway 281 and Husker Highway. Grand Island Regional Medical Center will not be the only institution planned for the area. Listen to Frerichs comments below. 

Beth Frerichs_Chief Industries

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North Platte, Ne - Joeli Walrath of Ashton, Nebraska is your new Miss Rodeo Nebraska. She was crowned last night at the Buffalo Bill Rodeo in North Platte. Joeli is 21 and studying equine science at UNL. She'll officially take over the rein of Miss Rodeo Nebraska in January from Eva Oliver is the current Miss Rodeo Nebraska and will represent the state at the Miss Rodeo America Pageant this November in Las Vegas.

 Brylee Thompson, of Hershey, was named Miss Teen Rodeo Nebraska 2019 yesterday.

Thompson was crowned Wednesday afternoon at the North Platte Community Playhouse inNorth Platte. Thompson, 15, won the horsemanship, appearance, personality, congeniality and photogenic categories of the pageant.

 

Sierra Cain, 14, of North Platte, was named first-runner up


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Coney Eating Contest

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Nebraska State Treasurer

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GIPS - Dr Tawana Grover Josue Covarrubias Michael Persomperi

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JUNE 5, 2019 (GRAND ISLAND, NEB.) — At approximately 12:10 a.m. Wednesday, June 5,
troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) observed a southbound, orange Kawasaki
motorcycle traveling at 80 miles per hour on South Locust Street in Grand Island. That area is a
50 miles per hour zone. Troopers attempted a traffic stop, but the motorcycle fled.
A pursuit was initiated as the motorcycle fled at speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour, making
multiple turns and eventually traveling northbound on Highway 281. Moments later, the
motorcycle was involved in a crash with another vehicle at the intersection of Highway 281 and
West Old Potash Highway. The entire pursuit lasted approximately five minutes.
The motorcycle rider, a 27 year-old male, was transported to St. Francis Hospital in Grand Island
where he was pronounced deceased. The driver of the other vehicle, a Volkswagen Passat, was
not injured.
NSP has requested that the Grand Island Police Department conduct an investigation.

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On May 22 2019, the FBI along with the Hall County Sheriff's Office, Grand Island Police Department, Hastings Police Department, and Nebraska State Patrol, responded to a rural area near Interstate 80 and Nebraska Highway 281 regarding the sighting of two wanted fugitives from the state of Kansas.

Dustin Eugene Bilbrey, age 36, and Rebecca Sue Humphrey, age 33, are wanted on state arrest warrants for aggravated robbery, vehicle burglary, arson, felon in possession of a firearm, possession of a stolen firearm, criminal damage to property, and theft charges out of Saline County, Kansas. They were last seen during the early morning hours of May 23, 2019 travelling in a silver Ford explorer.

Bilbrey is described as a white male, approximately 6'3" tall, and 199 pounds. Humphrey is described as a white female, approximately 5'5" tall, and 150 pounds.  

These individuals are considered armed and dangerous. If you have information on the whereabouts of these individuals or see these individuals, do not approach and call 911, local law enforcement, or your local FBI office immediately.

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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A last-minute push to pass a property tax package has stalled in the Nebraska Legislature, dimming the prospects of any major changes this year.

Supporters fell 10 votes short Wednesday of the support necessary to overcome a filibuster. The vote was 23-7 to force an end to legislative debate. Sixteen senators abstained from voting.

The vote could threaten the prospects of another measure to create new tax incentives for businesses, a major priority for Nebraska business leaders. Several rural lawmakers reluctantly supported that bill on a first-round vote, with the understanding that senators would pass a property tax package.

The new package would have eliminated sales tax exemptions for haircuts, pop, candy, car repairs and other goods and services and used the revenue to reduce property taxes.

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