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Grand Island man arrested following overnight crash
Grand Island Police said a motorcycle, driven by 45-year-old Brian Schleicher, ran a stop light on 2nd Street and ran into the side of a Chevrolet Traverse.
Crash in southern Missouri kills 11-year-old Nebraska girl, seriously injures her two brothers - Nebraska Radio Network
The accident report states a sport utility vehicle driven by 40-year-old Maria Borland of Lincoln, the girl’s mother, drove off the right side of Highway 13 as it traveled south. The SUV swerved left into the median, hitting loose dirt and gravel in a construction zone, overturning several times. Th
Police: Man arrested for DUI after running red light, causing accident in Grand Island
A man was arrested for DUI in Grand Island after running a red light and crashing into another vehicle.Grand Island Police arrested Brian Schleicher after responding to an injury accident on 2nd and Broadwell in Grand Island.Police said Schleicher was heading westbound on 2nd when he ran a red light
Road closures continue in Grand Island
"The other practical part about it is, then they don't have the same risk of flooding," said Steve Riehle, the Hall County engineer for the Hall County Public Works Department. "Then it becomes a 500 or thousand year flood event that floods them, instead of a 50 or 100 year event that floods them. S
Michigan Football: Why Nebraska is still a trap game
Despite Nebraska losing its first two games of the season, they’re the most talented team aside from Notre Dame that Michigan’s had to play thus far. The Huskers lost a close game to a good Colorado team before losing to Troy without starting quarterbackAdrian Martinez. His status for this weekend’
G.I. woman loses $3,700 in Facebook fraud
The woman, who lives on South Clark Street, told police she received a $4,532 fraudulent check from a person on Facebook. She withdrew $3,700 before she was notified by the bank that the check was fraudulent. The bank will not take liability for the $3,700.
Platte River boating accident leaves Grand Island woman dead
Webb said an air boat driven by Charles Encinger, 69, of Grand Island, was west-bound in the south channel of the river when it began drifting toward the south bank. The driver tried to correct the boat's direction. The boat, however, struck the south bank and flipped, throwing Encinger and his pass
Visit to Silver Dollar City turns deadly for a Nebraska family - Missourinet
Visit to Silver Dollar City turns deadly for a Nebraska familyAn 11-year-old Nebraska girl is dead and several others have been severely injured in a rollover traffic crash on Tuesday in southwest Missouri’s Bolivar. A suburban driven by 40-year-old Maria Borland of Lincoln apparently drove off the
Grand Island closes lanes, streets for city projects
Lanes and streets closed in Grand Island on Monday as city crews prepare to take on street and sewer projects.Traffic is down to one lane from the intersection of Brookline Drive and Bellwood Drive until Sept. 28 due to flowmeter installation for wastewater.The intersection of Delta Avenue and Eddy
Bat, knife, BB gun collected in Pier Park disturbance
At about 7:40 p.m., Grand Island police responded to the fight, where one male had a bat and another drew a gun. After arriving, police determined that Michael Celentano, wielding a bat, and Cory Romero approached Cole Okane and Roberto Tanner in order to assault them or stop them from contacting Ce
Day's record for Tuesday, Sept. 18
Maikel Migliori-Perez was cited for possession of a controlled substance, second-offense shoplifting and possession of drug paraphernalia Friday night at Super Saver, 1602 W. Second. The following day, he reported that another person took his personal property at 3501 S. Locust following a threat.
Daily record for Wednesday, Sept. 19
— Sergio D. Montes-Haro, 23, Grand Island, was charged with DUI-alcohol, first offense, possession of a controlled substance and driving under suspension, all on Sunday. Preliminary hearing set for 10 a.m. Nov. 6.
By state law, fine, license money goes to public school districts
Nebraska law requires that all fines and penalties, except those for overloaded vehicles, go to the common school fund of the county or city.
Stoltenberg aims to build partnerships
Due to living in Grand Island for many years and her previous job experiences at places such as the city of Grand Island and the Grand Island Chamber of Commerce, Stoltenberg said, it has been “fairly easy” to find partners. There are approximately 15 business and community partners on each advisory
Kids crossing streets, drivers near schools should be aware
The speed limit is 20 mph in many school zones, but some schools like West Lawn Elementary School in Grand Island, it is 15 mph.
Major Nebraska Football Scheduling News Appears To Be Coming
LINCOLN, NE - NOVEMBER 12: Quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. #4 of the Nebraska Cornhuskers leads the team on the field before the game against the Minnesota Golden Gophers at Memorial Stadium on November 12, 2016 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)
Grand Island Firefighters gear up to help those impacted by Hurricane Florence
On Tuesday, Nebraska Task Force One team worked on evacuating a nursing home of 124 residents in Hope Mills, North Carolina.
Above-average temps help farmers get an early start on harvest
According to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, as of the week ending Sunday, 4 percent of the corn harvest has been completed, compared to 2 percent at the same time last year and the five-year average.
DHHS building non-compliant, county pursuing options
According to state statute, the county is required to provide space for DHHS. The department took bids earlier this year to rent space at another location in Grand Island for its office. That was a move that surprised county supervisors. According to a request for proposals, renting could cost thous
Hastings police searching for armed robbery suspect
As of the posting of this story, HPD says the suspect is still at large after brandishing a small caliber revolver Tuesday morning, demanding money at the thrift store. The man did not fire his weapon, but did get around $50 in cash from the register from the only employee on duty at the time.