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Weeping Water teacher fights to keep job ahead of her retirement

Weeping Water teacher fights to keep job ahead of her retirement

No decision made yet as a longtime Weeping Water third-grade teacher fights to keep her job.

Car Hit Cattle Truck Near Kansas Border

Car Hit Cattle Truck Near Kansas Border

Sheriff's office says Dodge Charger crossed the centerline into path of freight truck hauling cattle

Chicago Jazz Vocalists Highlights Christmas Gala

Chicago Jazz Vocalists Highlights Christmas Gala

Merry Christmas Baby! coming to Brownville Dec. 6-8

'A Warmer Day' Holding Coat Distribution Event

'A Warmer Day' Holding Coat Distribution Event

Coat distribution from 4 to 6 p.m. at Northside

#BeKind Reception Planned at Pioneer Academy

#BeKind Reception Planned at Pioneer Academy

Event is from 4 to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 13

Snow, bitter cold expected in Nebraska and Iowa

Snow, bitter cold expected in Nebraska and Iowa

Snow and bitter cold is expected across much of Nebraska and Iowa at the start of the work week.

Auburn Council Schedules Tuesday Meeting

Auburn Council Schedules Tuesday Meeting

Agenda includes fireworks, buddy benches and economic development funds

Wintry conditions forecast Sunday night into Monday morning

Wintry conditions forecast Sunday night into Monday morning

The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory for Lancaster, Douglas, Sarpy and Cass Counties in southeast Nebraska, and Mills and Montgomery Counties in southwest Iowa.

High-speed internet shortage a big concern in rural Nebraska

High-speed internet shortage a big concern in rural Nebraska

Nebraska's rural areas are struggling with a shortage of high-speed internet, and consumers who live there are likely paying more for service than their urban counterparts.

Iowa law enforcement warns residents of phone scam

Iowa law enforcement warns residents of phone scam

Iowa law enforcement officials are warning of a phone scam by people posing as Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation staff.

Superintendent Resigns As Student Faces Allegations Of A 'Kill List' And Threats Of A School Shooting

Superintendent Resigns As Student Faces Allegations Of A 'Kill List' And Threats Of A School Shooting

Dottie Heusman resigns Nov. 5 about a month after student arrested on threat allegations

Car Abandoned High-Centered On Wall After Jumping Ditch and Crashing Into Storage Tank

Car Abandoned High-Centered On Wall After Jumping Ditch and Crashing Into Storage Tank

Driver not identified, police say accident remains under investigation

Public Invited To Digital Archive Program

Public Invited To Digital Archive Program

Morton-James Public Library hosting mobile digitization Nov. 18-19.

Board Orders Body Cameras For Sheriff Deputies

Board Orders Body Cameras For Sheriff Deputies

Richardson County to equip deputies and patrol cars with cameras

Propane suppliers struggle to meet rural demands

Propane suppliers struggle to meet rural demands

Officials say a late harvest, wet corn and the fall chill have combined to multiply demand for propane in Iowa and other states.

Drivers Escape Injury After Car, Truck Collision

Drivers Escape Injury After Car, Truck Collision

Omaha woman cited after attempting Highway 75 U-turn

Giffee Meets With Students For Red Ribbon Week

Giffee Meets With Students For Red Ribbon Week

Activities include themed dress up days

Hot Topics to Feature Music, Maker's Space

Hot Topics to Feature Music, Maker's Space

Expressions to set the holiday mood at 8 a.m. Nov. 13

Highway 2 Passenger Charged With THC Wax

Highway 2 Passenger Charged With THC Wax

Pat down search ordered after odor of marijuana in traffic stop

Police Say Welter Had Meth Packaged For Sale

Police Say Welter Had Meth Packaged For Sale

Nebraska City man charged with distribution

State Patrol Finds Meth In Nebraska City Traffic Stop

State Patrol Finds Meth In Nebraska City Traffic Stop

Van without license plates stopped for rolling through Eighth Street stop sign

Falls City Police Say Drug Deal Involved A Minor

Falls City Police Say Drug Deal Involved A Minor

Man wanted on Brown County warrant for meth is suspected of meeting with a minor in Falls City to sell marijuana

NC Restaurant Scene Taking New Shape

NC Restaurant Scene Taking New Shape

NEBRASKA CITY – The Buck Snort Restaurant announced on Facebook this morning that it will close at the end of the business day on Monday. The statement thanks everyone for their support over the past two years and says the restaurant is happy to hav

Inspired Hope Renovating Former Duff's Building

Inspired Hope Renovating Former Duff's Building

Mayor proclaims #BeKind and Jaycee Family Week

Former Tecumseh Guard Sentenced For False Imprisonment Of Female Co-Worker

Former Tecumseh Guard Sentenced For False Imprisonment Of Female Co-Worker

Anderson ordered to five years probation

NCTC Announces Scarecrow Winners

NCTC Announces Scarecrow Winners

ITS is top vote getter at Eagles Club

Report says farm bankruptcies up in Nebraska, Iowa

Report says farm bankruptcies up in Nebraska, Iowa

A new report says farm bankruptcies have risen in Nebraska and Iowa.

Standard time returns this weekend

Standard time returns this weekend

Daylight saving time returns to Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri in March.

Nemaha County Board Looking For Vehicle For Assessor's Expanded Role In Appraisals

Nemaha County Board Looking For Vehicle For Assessor's Expanded Role In Appraisals

Lempka's office saves the county $125,000 a year, but she says the county should provide a vehicle

Suspect Claims He Was Harvesting Hemp

Suspect Claims He Was Harvesting Hemp

Investigators say Ralph most likely had ditch weed, rather than an industrial hemp plant

Hostage Report Leads To Auburn Meth Charges

Hostage Report Leads To Auburn Meth Charges

Court records say man is on parole out of Wyoming

Stone Street Traffic Stop Yields Meth Charge

Stone Street Traffic Stop Yields Meth Charge

Police say passenger gave consent to search her bag

NC Schools Plan Veterans Day Programs

NC Schools Plan Veterans Day Programs

11 a.m. program scheduled at high school

Jury finds no criminal wrongdoing in prisoner’s death

Jury finds no criminal wrongdoing in prisoner’s death

A grand jury has found no criminal wrongdoing in the Nebraska prison death of an Iowa man.

NE House Members Reject Impeachment Inquiry

NE House Members Reject Impeachment Inquiry

All three of Nebraska's Republican Congressmen voted against the impeachment inquiry, as did every other Republican in the House.

NSP Issues Reminders After Trooper Hit by Car

NSP Issues Reminders After Trooper Hit by Car

The Nebraska State Patrol is issuing safety reminders about winter driving after a trooper was struck by a vehicle while assisting a driver this week in Omaha.

Nemaha County Clerk Oakley Resigns

Nemaha County Clerk Oakley Resigns

Oakley plans to continue public service work at location near Omaha

Coffee Growers Rediscovering Rain Forest Trees

Coffee Growers Rediscovering Rain Forest Trees

Arbor Day Foundation buys coffee grown in forestry systems

Nebraska DMV warns residents to beware of scam calls

Nebraska DMV warns residents to beware of scam calls

The Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles is warning residents of scam phone calls from people claiming they work at the DMV.

Forum Features University President Candidate

Forum Features University President Candidate

Walter "Ted" Carter scheduled for lunch forum at Lied Lodge and Conference Center on Nov. 6

Pastor Keith Volunteers For "Town Crier" Role

Pastor Keith Volunteers For "Town Crier" Role

Town Crier coming to downtown Nebraska City

Music Argument Blamed For Stabbing

Music Argument Blamed For Stabbing

Sheriff says men argued about music as they traveled

Southeast Nebraska to See More Snow

Southeast Nebraska to See More Snow

Much of the Southeast is under a winter weather advisory until Thursday.

Area Teams Qualify For National Land Judging

Area Teams Qualify For National Land Judging

Pawnee City and Palmyra teams finish in top 5. Levi Sorey and Madison Branek take individual prizes

Veterans Building Hosts 90th Anniversary Events

Veterans Building Hosts 90th Anniversary Events

Veterans Day activities planned at Veterans Memorial Building in Nebraska City

Harvest Soup Supper Planned At Auburn

Harvest Soup Supper Planned At Auburn

Fundraiser scheduled Nov. 6 at 4-H building

Warrant Issued In Protection Order Case

Warrant Issued In Protection Order Case

Nebraska City man accused of breaking a window if the resident there covers it with a curtain

Inmate To Serve More Time After Spitting Assault

Inmate To Serve More Time After Spitting Assault

Prosecutors agree not to file charges after April incident

Warrant Issued After Pre-Trial Release For Veydt

Warrant Issued After Pre-Trial Release For Veydt

Nebraska City's man contacts with the law began with open container violation at NRD park

Borrego Sentenced To 270 Days On Trespassing Charge

Borrego Sentenced To 270 Days On Trespassing Charge

Borrego sentenced on reduced charges

Multiple Bookings Made In Richardson County

Multiple Bookings Made In Richardson County

The Richardson County Sheriff's Office recently booked multiple offenders into the Richardson County Law Enforcement Center.

Nebraska City Man Charged With Knife Assault

Nebraska City Man Charged With Knife Assault

Felony domestic assault charged filed in Otoe County

Mortuary Sign Damaged in 11th Street Accident

Mortuary Sign Damaged in 11th Street Accident

Nebraska City man cited for failure to yield

Humboldt Man Arrested On Multiple Drug Charges

Humboldt Man Arrested On Multiple Drug Charges

A Humboldt man is in jail on multiple drug charges.

Nebraska prisons seek crackdown on out-of-control contraband

Nebraska prisons seek crackdown on out-of-control contraband

Authorities are making an aggressive new push to remove contraband from Nebraska's largest prisons, but the task is more difficult than it seems.

Pelosi in Omaha: 'We're Ready' to Impeach

Pelosi in Omaha: 'We're Ready' to Impeach

The leading Democrat on Capitol Hill came to Omaha Saturday and did not mince words.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi telling hundreds of the party's faithful that when it comes to impeachment "We[re ready."

Lies, Moral Flaws, Wrong Priorities Or Record Runoff, What Caused Flooding Predicament In River Basin?

Lies, Moral Flaws, Wrong Priorities Or Record Runoff, What Caused Flooding Predicament In River Basin?

Corps of Engineers says unprecedented runoff is behind flooding, but citizens in flooded area applaud statements that the government is purposefully causing floods in the cause of fish and wildlife

HyVee Pharmacies Installing Drug Take Back Receptacles

HyVee Pharmacies Installing Drug Take Back Receptacles

A grocery store chain with locations all throughout Nebraska is doing it's part to try to help combat the opioid epidemic.

Prison Offering $10,000 Hiring Bonus

Prison Offering $10,000 Hiring Bonus

State increases hiring bonus from $3,000 to $10,000

Nebraska City Calling Police, EMS More Than Ever

Nebraska City Calling Police, EMS More Than Ever

Police and Nebraska City Fire and Rescue activities were up this fiscal year, but building permits and burials are trending lower.

Campaign urges Omaha public power to drop emissions to zero

Campaign urges Omaha public power to drop emissions to zero

A Nebraska environmental group has launched a campaign urging the Omaha Public Power District to set a goal of dropping its carbon emissions to zero by 2050.

Falls City Plans Trick-or-Treating At Arboretum, Spooks on Stone Costume Contest Is Oct. 31

Falls City Plans Trick-or-Treating At Arboretum, Spooks on Stone Costume Contest Is Oct. 31

Partners in Education plan Treat the Trail on Oct. 26

Greater Omaha Economic Development Partnership Expands To Seven With Addition Of Otoe County

Greater Omaha Economic Development Partnership Expands To Seven With Addition Of Otoe County

Success of Costco complex at Fremont encourages economic developers about growth potential in larger area

Nebraska City, Omaha officials form development partnership

Nebraska City, Omaha officials form development partnership

Nebraska City and Omaha officials have joined forces to boost economic development and more jobs to eastern Nebraska.

Maker Space Promises "Fun and Exploration"

Maker Space Promises "Fun and Exploration"

Library Innovation Studios offers maker space at Morton-James Public Library

Thoreson To Present On Extreme Polar Adventures

Thoreson To Present On Extreme Polar Adventures

Distinguished Speakers Series at Peru State College