KEARNEY, Neb. — Tammie Jones’ heart raced every time her cellphone rang with a call from the state’s largest juvenile justice center. The calls often brought bad news about her 17-year-old son, who was at the Youth Rehabilitation and Treatment Center-Kearney. He got in fights. He was bullied. Jones, 37, got the latest gut-punch call on Feb. 12. Her son was hospitalized after trying to take his own life by overdosing on pills. It was his third suicide attempt while at the facility. The call came hours after state leaders announced steps to address problems at the Kearney center, a 9-iron shot from Meadowlark Hills Golf Course on the edge of this central Nebraska college town. READ STORY