By Jacqueline Policastro, Ted Fioraliso, and Timothy Knapp
We're all feeling the impact of rising prices at the grocery store. When will it end? Gray Television Washington Bureau Chief Jacqueline Policastro gets answers from Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue in an exclusive interview.
Three Grand Island residents challenged incumbent Terry Brown on Tuesday for his Ward A chair on the GIPS Board. After the primary election, Brown and Lindsey Jurgens will face off on the November ballot.
Following President Trump’s executive order to keep meat processing plants open, Grand Island Mayor Roger Steele expresses his concerns for worker safety at the local JBS meat processing plant. USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue responds.
Nebraska is forging ahead with plans to hold the nation’s first in-person election in more than a month, despite health concerns about the coronavirus pandemic and allegations that political motivations are fueling opposition to an all-mail approach.
Thursday afternoon, Governor Pete Ricketts provided an update on steps taken by the State of Nebraska to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Secretary of State Bob Evnen and Commissioner for Labor John Albin joined Ricketts to provide an update on the Nebraska Primary Election scheduled for May 12 and the record number of unemployment claims filed this week.
A Nebraska Senator says people have a right to be concerned and demand answers about the drones flying above western Nebraska and the plains of Colorado. The FAA tells her they have no answers right now about why they are flying in the region.
If elected, Matthew Innis wants to be on the Ag Committee, visit Nebraska frequently when not in Washington to listen to the people directly and put together a coalition with Nebraska’s farmers and ranchers to discuss issues.
The House impeachment inquiry is zeroing in on two White House lawyers privy to a discussion about moving a memo recounting President Donald Trump's phone call with the leader of Ukraine into a highly restricted computer system normally reserved for documents about covert action.
Democrats pushed a package of ground rules for their impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump through a sharply divided House Thursday, the chamber's first formal vote in a fight that could stretch into the 2020 election year.
By LISA MASCARO, MARY CLARE JALONICK and COLLEEN LONG Associated Press
An Army officer at the National Security Council who twice raised concerns over the Trump administration’s push to have Ukraine investigate Democrats and Joe Biden, testified behind closed doors against White House orders Tuesday in the impeachment inquiry.
By ALEXANDRA JAFFE and THOMAS BEAUMONT Associated Press
Democratic presidential candidates made a colorful and often loud pitch to Iowa Democrats at the Steak Fry fundraiser in Des Moines on Saturday as a new poll showed Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden in a close race in the state.
By ELLEN KNICKMEYER and ELANA SCHOR Associated Press
Climate change moved squarely to the center of the Democratic presidential race Wednesday in a marathon series of televised town halls that gave candidates a chance to carve out some distance from one another on an issue of heightened importance to their party's liberal base.