A 22-year-old North Platte woman accused of making her sons sleep in a dog kennel will get to visit her children.
On Tuesday, Judge Michael Piccolo granted Ashly Clark three supervised visits a week.
A Department of Health and Human Services worker will oversee them.
Clark, and three others -- Lacy Beyer, Bryson Eyten and Samantha Eyten -- are each charged with two counts of felony child abuse and two counts of false imprisonment. They've pleaded not guilty.
In October, police found Clark's boys sleeping in a wired-shut kennel.
Police say the Eytens' children, ages 8 and 8 months, also were living in what officials called "highly unsanitary and unsafe conditions."