All of the utilities on this website are proudly provided to the amateur radio community free of charge! However, there are costs (servers, etc) involved for me to keep it going.
If you have found them useful, and would like to show your appreciation and help with costs, you can throw a few dollars into the hat below!
The Scanner page contains a live (within a minute or so) audio stream of the local public safety radio channels around the Kearney/Buffalo County Nebraska region. Along the sidebar, there is a list of the standard 10-codes used by the Nebraska State Patrol.
The scanner streaming setup consists of a BaoFeng BF-F8HP programmed with the local public safety frequencies in the 2m and 70cm band. The audio out jack on the radio is connected to the aux input jack on a laptop which is running a utility called "butt" (I know) which stands for "Broadcast Using This Tool". This streams the audio feed to an Icecast instance running on my public facing server, which in turn broadcasts it to the internet.
Disclaimer: the scanner page will remain up until it is no longer feasible. If it becomes an issue, or I am asked to take it down, I will. Additionally, the state of Nebraska is in the process of moving to an encrypted P25 trunk system, after which point the scanner will be useless.