Eleven Indicted on Federal Charges Tied to Pandemic Relief Programs

Eleven Indicted on Federal Charges Tied to Pandemic Relief Programs

A federal Grand Jury in Nebraska has indicted 11 people on charges they obtained money from pandemic relief programs illegally. According to U.S. Attorney for Nebraska Jan Sharp, the defendants were arrested Wednesday by federal authorities on charges of Wire Fraud, Conspiracy to Commit Wire Fraud and Money Laundering. Charged…
Train derailment in Dawson Co this morning

Train derailment in Dawson Co this morning

RRN/ About 30 Union Pacific rail cars with coal derailed 2 miles southeast of Gothenburg around 7:30am Thursday. (Paul Pack/ KRVN Radio) Click here for photo album by Paul Pack/ KRVN Radio An eastbound Union Pacific train carrying coal from Wyoming derailed this morning about two miles southeast of Gothenburg.…
Arrest Warrant Issued for Suspect in Tuesday Homicide in Scottsbluff

Arrest Warrant Issued for Suspect in Tuesday Homicide in Scottsbluff

An arrest warrant has been issued for a 38-year-old man suspected of shooting and killing a 63-year-old woman in a southwest Scottsbluff home Tuesday evening. According to a release from Scottsbluff Police Capt. Lance Kite, the warrant for Davin Darayle Saunders is for Second Degree Murder, Possession of a Deadly…
Scottsbluff Woman Facing Felony Drug Charge Following House Search Monday

Scottsbluff Woman Facing Felony Drug Charge Following House Search Monday

A 49-year-old Scottsbluff woman is facing a felony drug distribution charge after investigators find dealer amounts of a narcotic in a house searched by authorities Monday morning. A charge of Possession of Methamphetamine, 28 to 139 grams with Intent to Distribute, plus infractions for marijuana and drug paraphernalia were filed…
KNEB.tv News: May 25, 2022

KNEB.tv News: May 25, 2022

Today on KNEB.tv News: A homicide suspect considered armed and dangerous is being sought by authorities following the shooting death of a Scottsbluff womanPolice arrest Bluffs woman trying to steal car from a local grocery store parking lot2022 Summer Food Service Program kicking off in Scottsbluff next week Catch those…
13-Year-Old Arrested in Tuesday Afternoon Knife Attack

13-Year-Old Arrested in Tuesday Afternoon Knife Attack

Police were called to the Rebecca Winters Apartments in southeastern Scottsbluff Tuesday afternoon on a report of a stabbing. In a news release, authorities say after the initial call shortly before 3:30 p.m., officers arrived in the 900 block of 15th Avenue to find a 29-year-old woman had sustained a…
Two Panhandle Officers Honored for 2021 Efforts to Reduce Drunk Driving

Two Panhandle Officers Honored for 2021 Efforts to Reduce Drunk Driving

Two law enforcement officers from the Panhandle were among those honored this week in Lincoln by MADD Nebraska for efforts to reduce and eliminate drunk driving in the state last year. Nebraska State Patrol Trooper Tim Flick was honored for his efforts in the area of Education and Awareness, one…
Woman Caught With Stolen Debit Cards; Attempted Motor Vehicle Theft

Woman Caught With Stolen Debit Cards; Attempted Motor Vehicle Theft

A Scottsbluff woman caught trying to steal a car from a grocery store to drive to Connecticut instead got a one way trip to the Scotts Bluff County Detention Center. https://youtu.be/zOMrmkce4YE Jennifer Radomski told officers she had gotten the car as part of a protective custody deal. Further investigation revealed…
State Farm Agent Joe Mejia Presents $5,000 Donation to Panhandle Humane Society

State Farm Agent Joe Mejia Presents $5,000 Donation to Panhandle Humane Society

A local insurance agent is paying it forward to a Scottsbluff non-profit. This week, State Farm Agent Joe Mejia presented the Panhandle Humane Society a $5,000 check through the insurance company's '100 for Good' campaign, celebrating State Farm's 100th Anniversary. Mejia, whose office is just across the street from the…
Nebraska’s Leading Economic Indicator Continues to Rise

Nebraska’s Leading Economic Indicator Continues to Rise

Nebraska’s leading economic indicator rose in April, according to the most recent report from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. The indicator, designed to predict economic activity six months into the future, increased 1.85%. “The April increase is the third consecutive improvement, suggesting that the Nebraska economy will continue to expand through…