The Blue Jays swept the Panthers to even the season series at 2-2.
Nebraska readies for Hoosiers by making defensive practice changes, ‘blocking out noise’
The Huskers are back to work, preparing for Saturday night’s homecoming tilt with Indiana.
Shenandoah cancels remaining varsity football season
Injuries force the cancellation of the Mustangs varsity football season.
Slama discusses voter ID ahead of November ballot
With voter ID now on Nebraska's November ballot, one senator was in northeast Nebraska urging its approval.
Iowa 4-H Foundation and Fremont County 4-H to Celebrate National 4-H Week with Annual Iowa 4-H Giving Day
This year’s celebration is presented by Farm Bureau Financial Services
Joseph talks Chinander, changes, confirms Allen out for season
It may be a bye week for Nebraska, but there was no shortage of talking points at Mickey Joseph’s Tuesday press conference.
Nebraska honors 'Battle of the Big Reds' with OU visit
Johnny Rodgers honored for 50 years after winning Heisman trophy
OU fans reflect on Casey Thompson at Nebraska, changes to both programs
A lot has changed in the world of college football since it was announced Oklahoma and Nebraska would play one another in back to back years five years ago.
Defensive Coordinator Erik Chinander relieved of duties by Joseph
Nebraska interim Head Coach Mickey Joseph has relieved defensive coordinator Erik Chinander of his duties.
9-year-old boy on bike hit by vehicle in Council Bluffs
A nine-year-old boy was sent to the hospital after being hit by a vehicle Saturday evening.
HIGHLIGHTS: Oklahoma pounds Nebraska 49-14
A day that started with widespread optimism, did not end the way the Huskers had hoped as Oklahoma dominates Nebraska 49-14.
Second half surge helps Bluejays fly past Bulldogs
The Bluejays dominated the third quarter to pull away for a huge road win Friday night over the Bulldogs.
NSP keeps fans safe, work long hours on Husker game days
An important part of the game day tradition at Memorial Stadium is keeping fans safe and that’s exactly the goal of the Nebraska State Patrol.
Women, Land and Legacy hosted Uplifting Event
Women, Land and Legacy of Southwest Iowa hosted an event on Wednesday, Sept. 7, called, “Doing Good With What You Have."
Ex-Kansas police detective charged with preying on women
A former Kansas City, Kansas, police detective who has long been accused of sexually preying on Black women during criminal investigations was indicted Thursday on charges that he sexually abused two women, the FBI said.
Burchard Lake road improvment project to affect access
Access to roads, the campground, and boat ramp at Burchard Lake Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in Pawnee County may be closed for a bit of time this fall due to road repair.
Interim HC Mickey Joseph focused on Oklahoma, players in first week
It’s a new era for Husker football. Scott Frost is out as head coach, Mickey Joseph in as interim head coach.
‘This place will always be bigger than one person’: Alberts talks Frost firing, future of Husker football
Trev Alberts called it a tough and sad day, that being the firing of head coach Scott Frost on Sunday
HIGHLIGHTS: Georgia Southern tops Nebraska 45-42
Nebraska fell to Georgia Southern 45-42 on Saturday night in Lincoln.
Husker volleyball readies for #17 Creighton
Nebraska Volleyball has yet to lose a match, or even a set in 2022, but they face their toughest test to date this Wednesday.
Utah felon found in Pawnee County, Nebraska
Law officers called to accident near Iron Horse Trail Lake
Frost, Huskers see improvement in run game, room for improvement in tackling
After Nebraska's 38-17 win over North Dakota on Saturday head coach Scott Frost and the Huskers had time to reflect on the win.
Lincoln, Memorial Stadium impress large group of UND fans
On Saturday, Nebraska hosted North Dakota in their 2022 home opener and a large group of Fighting Hawks faithful made the trip to Lincoln.
One person hospitalized, three found dead at Millard home
One person was transported to the hospital from a home where three people were found dead Wednesday evening.
Schroeder dies in prison
Pawnee City murderer who strangled cellmate for being too talkative
Overnight dispatch: hay fire, bridge accident
Firefighters called to Tabor farm for hay bale fire
NDCS reports Tecumseh inmate death
An inmate at Tecumseh State Correctional Institution (TSCI) died on Thursday.
Algae warnings remain
Warning continues for Richardson and Pawnee county lakes
Multiple people injured in Council Bluffs I-29 crash
Several people were injured in a crash on I-29 in Council Bluffs.
IHSAA Board of Control approves student-athlete use of NIL
The Iowa High School Athletic Association approved student-athletes use of Name, Image and Likeness Wednesday.
Nebraska man shoots new state record shortnose gar
Rich Porter caught the 5th state record fish of the year while bowfishing at the Lake of the Ozarks back in May.
Southern Gage County Fire sends three departments to the scene
No one injured in the blaze, which started early Tuesday at a Sycamore Road residence
Missouri AG Schmitt beats Greitens in GOP Senate primary
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt won the Republican primary for U.S. Senate on Tuesday with surprising ease.
Shots fired at Lincoln Street house in Beatrice; no one injured
Police find handgun and shotgun casings at the scene.
Two warnings in northeast Nebraska for harmful algae; Southeast NE warnings removed
Warnings for toxic algae have been added in northeast Nebraska, while health alerts have been removed in other parts of the state.
TSCI inmate elbows staff member in face causing 'serious injury'
An inmate at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution (TSCI) assaulted a staff member, Wednesday.
Rivalry brewing for fastest horse in Pawnee County
Trophies for Delayne and Hallye at 4-H speed events
Concrete paving project in Beatrice nearing completion
Commuter path getting new, stronger surface
Judicial Commission to interview judge candidates in Falls City
Person selected will fill vacancy created by a retirement
Topeka woman killed in collision near Nebraska-Kansas border
Collision happens as one vehicle attempted to pass another
Three years later, Catfish Kolby's legend continues to grow
He may have cut off his beloved mullet, but Catfish Kolby is still one of the more recognizable kids in all of Southeast Nebraska.
Girl pulled from Kansas City amusement park pool dies
A young girl who was pulled from a pool at a popular Kansas City water park last week has died, the park’s owner said Tuesday.
Richardson County rail crossing repair, this week
One day project to be done by Union Pacific Railroad crews
Legion Baseball: Junior Area tournament brackets released
Teams will be competing across River Country this week to qualify for the state tournament which runs July 16-20.
Large sportsbook coming to Omaha and Lincoln
WarHorse Omaha and Lincoln are the first casinos to submit an application for a Nebraska Gaming License.
Fremont Mills comes back, edges East Mills
Fremont Mills overcame a three-run deficit Monday to beat East Mills for the third time this season.
Bio Nebraska and Nebraska Cures Announce Nebraska Women in STEM Study
Bio Nebraska and Nebraska Cures released a study about the experiences of women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) occupations in Nebraska.
Severe weather possible Thursday evening over southeast Nebraska, northeast Kansas
The National Weather Service is keeping an eye on the chances for severe weather Thursday afternoon.
Taney County man shoots new state record sunfish
Andrew Hunt was bowfishing for the first time when he reeled in a 2-pound, 2-ounce redear sunfish.
Lynda Marshall to be honored at Fremont County Fair
Lynda Marshall, the Office Assistant for Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Fremont County since 2012, will be recognized at the Fremont County Fair for her outstanding service and commitment.
SCSO deputy dies, 'gone but not forgotten'
Saunders County Sheriff's Office announced the loss of their Deputy Wednesday morning.
Van Gogh exhibit comes to Council Bluffs
The exhibit is open to the public beginning June 23 and will be available until Aug. 14, 2022. For tickets, visit www.vangoghomaha.com
Little Blue NRD issues stage one water watch
DAVENPORT, NE — A Natural Resources District (NRD) that oversees parts of central and southeast Nebraska is keeping a close eye on water demand as hot temperatures continue.
Rep. Don Bacon 'not be supporting Trump' in primary
The signs of former President Donald Trump's next White House run are there, but he still hasn't formally launched an exploratory committee.
Crews search for man missing under collapsed Iowa grain silo
Crews continued to search Wednesday for a man missing beneath piles of grain and debris from a collapsed grain silo in southeastern Iowa.
Balloon festival returns to Falls City
Falls City hosted another successful balloon festival over the weekend with at least 90 percent of the attendees being from out of town according to Amber Holle.
Two Gretna teens killed in I-29 crash near Percival
A crash on I-29 near Percival, Iowa left two people dead.
Fans react to $30 parking meters during College World Series
For those trying to park near the stadium for the College World Series, you’ve probably noticed something new: Parking meters charging $30
Chief: Fireworks components might have caused deadly blast
A house explosion near St. Louis early Friday that killed a teenager and critically injured several other people might have been caused by explosives used to make fireworks, authorities said.
Nebraska City Farmer's Market continues
The 2022 season of the Nebraska City Farmers Market will continue on Thursday, June 23. The Market features fresh produce, baked goods, and handmade items for sale.
Downtown Movie Series continues June 25
The 2022 Downtown Summer Movie Series will continue on Saturday, June 25. The free series features family-friendly movies shown outdoors in the Sunken Parking Lot on Central Avenue Saturday nights at dusk in the summertime.
Law enforcement conducts sex offender sweep in SE Nebraska
Offenders required by law to report certain information to local sheriff's offices
Sheriff’s deputy killed in head-on crash in southwest Iowa
A sheriff’s deputy has died in a head-on crash in the southwestern corner of Iowa, the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office said.
DHHS talks Elder Abuse on world awareness day
The Nebraska Department of Health And Human Services is educating the community about Elder Abuse as Wednesday is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.