Sarpy County Officials say a man is dead following a Friday evening accident in Gretna.
New Beatrice Firefighters Receive Badges
Badge ceremony held for three newest members of Beatrice Fire and Rescue
Timetable Established for Building New Beatrice Fire and Rescue Station
Schedule established as City of Beatrice works toward new Beatrice Fire and Rescue headquarters
Beatrice Police Ticketing Motorists, Not Stopping for School Buses
Local police ticketing violators of school bus stop law
Two suspects in Fairbury homicide plead not guilty to felony charges in district court
Two suspects facing felony charges in the death of a Lincoln man in Fairbury plead not guilty in district court this week.
Judge Recesses Steven Caporale Trial, Until Monday
Gage County District Court trial delayed....will resume Monday
Search during Nebraska prison lockdown yields weapons, drugs
A lockdown and search at Nebraska's largest prison has unearthed a variety of drugs, homemade weapons and other contraband.
Aubrey Trail files request for new trial
Convicted murderer Aubrey Trail’s attorney filed a request for a new trial, citing an outburst that led to him slicing his throat tainted the jury.
Trial Underway, For Blue Springs Man Charged with Distributing Methamphetamine
Drug trial begins in Gage County District Court, involving Nebraska State Patrol controlled purchase of methamphetamine
Gage County Board Unanimously Enacts Half-Cent Sales Tax, for "Beatrice Six" Judgment
Gage County puts in place half-cent sales tax, to assist in covering the "Beatrice Six" civil judgment, against the county
Charges issued over Missouri prison riot
A grand jury has indicted more than two dozen people over their alleged involvement in a northwestern Missouri prison riot.
Mosquito breed known to carry Zika found in Nebraska
A mosquito species native to tropical climates and known to carry the Zika virus has been found in Nebraska.
One-Day Big Give Gage Drive Generates Over $150,000
First-ever Big Give Gage drive is a hit with donors
Trial of Blue Springs Man on Drug Charge, Set for Wednesday
Blue Springs man charged with distributing methamphetamine.....trial to begin Wednesday
Advocacy group criticizes Kansas City-St. Joseph bishop
An advocacy group for people sexually abused by Roman Catholic priests is criticizing the bishop of the Kansas City-St. Joseph Diocese for not naming more people on a list of credibly accused clerics.
Woman pleads guilty to starving, caging 11-year-old girl
A northwest Missouri woman who handcuffed an 11-year-old girl to a cage and starved her for a more than a year will be sentenced in October after pleading guilty to two counts of kidnapping and two counts of child endangerment.