Ben Bohall of NET News talks with NET journalists Mike Tobias and Bill Kelly about the Nebraska U.S. Senate race and Sunday’s upcoming debate in North Platte.  http://bit.ly/X7WzKn  You can join us live at 7:00 pm CT at North Platte High School for the NET News / Nebraska Broadcasters Association debate, or follow it live on NET1, NET Radio, netNebraska.org/news and many Nebraska Broadcasters Association member stations.

Ben Bohall of NET News talks with NET journalists Mike Tobias and Bill Kelly about the Nebraska U.S. Senate race and Sunday’s upcoming debate in North Platte.  http://bit.ly/X7WzKn  You can join us live at 7:00 pm CT at North Platte High School for the NET News / Nebraska Broadcasters Association debate, or follow it live on NET1, NET Radio, netNebraska.org/news and many Nebraska Broadcasters Association member stations.

Hassebrook Will Not Challenge Nebraska Secretary of State Decision To Allow Foley On Ballot
Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale decided Wednesday Mike Foley’s name will be on the ballot in November.  The state auditor will replace former Lt. Gov. Lavon Heidemann as Republican gubernatorial candidate Pete Ricketts’ running mate. Democratic candidate Chuck Hassebrook said he will not challenge the decision in court.  Hassebrook went on to say the ruling in favor of the new Republican ticket is another ill effect from what he called “one party rule” in Nebraska.  The Ricketts’ campaign called the ruling a “sound decision.”  http://bit.ly/1nMsA1C

Hassebrook Will Not Challenge Nebraska Secretary of State Decision To Allow Foley On Ballot

Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale decided Wednesday Mike Foley’s name will be on the ballot in November.  The state auditor will replace former Lt. Gov. Lavon Heidemann as Republican gubernatorial candidate Pete Ricketts’ running mate. Democratic candidate Chuck Hassebrook said he will not challenge the decision in court.  Hassebrook went on to say the ruling in favor of the new Republican ticket is another ill effect from what he called “one party rule” in Nebraska.  The Ricketts’ campaign called the ruling a “sound decision.”  http://bit.ly/1nMsA1C

Nebraska Lt. Gov. Lavon Heidemann resigned from office today (Tuesday).  The resignation comes one day after a judge issued a protection order against him for allegedly grabbing his sister’s wrist and forcing her out of a house in connection with a family dispute.  Heidemann also has withdrawn as the running mate for Republican gubernatorial candidate Pete Ricketts.  http://bit.ly/1uHlvmU

Nebraska Supreme Court Takes “Historic” Horse Racing Off The Ballot
Nebraska voters won’t decide on expanded gambling this November after all, as the Nebraska Supreme Court on Friday ordered a proposed constitutional amendment off the ballot.  The amendment, proposed by the Legislature, would have allowed betting at Nebraska racetracks on so-called “historic” horse races on video terminals. Fred Knapp has the details. http://bit.ly/1qCOYhe

Nebraska Supreme Court Takes “Historic” Horse Racing Off The Ballot

Nebraska voters won’t decide on expanded gambling this November after all, as the Nebraska Supreme Court on Friday ordered a proposed constitutional amendment off the ballot.  The amendment, proposed by the Legislature, would have allowed betting at Nebraska racetracks on so-called “historic” horse races on video terminals. Fred Knapp has the details. http://bit.ly/1qCOYhe

The Nebraska Supreme Court will hear a challenge to the Keystone XL pipeline project this morning. You can watch the proceedings starting at 9:00 a.m. CT live on NET2 World Television and on our website at netNebraska.org/news. You can also listen on our NET Radio mobile app.  Bill Kelly of NET News will have a complete report on our website and at 5:30 p.m. CT on NET Radio.

The Nebraska Supreme Court will hear a challenge to the Keystone XL pipeline project this morning. You can watch the proceedings starting at 9:00 a.m. CT live on NET2 World Television and on our website at netNebraska.org/news. You can also listen on our NET Radio mobile app.  Bill Kelly of NET News will have a complete report on our website and at 5:30 p.m. CT on NET Radio.

5 Things You Must Know About The Keystone XL Pipeline Lawsuit Before the Nebraska Supreme Court Friday
On Friday the Nebraska Supreme Court will soon hear oral arguments over which arm of Nebraska state government should approve the route for the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline.  The hearing, starting at 9a.m. CT, will be broadcast live on NET-2 and streamed at netNebraska.org.  Bill Kelly of NET News gives you 5 things you should know about this hearing on the pipeline lawsuit.  http://bit.ly/1nxgRUi

5 Things You Must Know About The Keystone XL Pipeline Lawsuit Before the Nebraska Supreme Court Friday

On Friday the Nebraska Supreme Court will soon hear oral arguments over which arm of Nebraska state government should approve the route for the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline.  The hearing, starting at 9a.m. CT, will be broadcast live on NET-2 and streamed at netNebraska.org.  Bill Kelly of NET News gives you 5 things you should know about this hearing on the pipeline lawsuit.  http://bit.ly/1nxgRUi