Night To Shine Returning To Columbus, Donations Now Being Accepted
One of Columbus' most uplifting events of 2019 will be returning in 2020, and donations are now being accepted to help put it together.
BigIron Realty hosting online land auction, says there's many advantages
Around 800 acres of land in Nebraska are up for sale this Thursday and it's being done entirely on the internet.
Perry Wins Nebraska's Toughest Mile
Ashlei McDonald and Kirsten Billings top female finishers
U of Nebraska-Lincoln planning Veterans Tribute project
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln planning construction of a reflection area for its Veterans' Tribute project.
Wood River accident victim identified
Hall County Sheriff's officials have released the name of the man killed Saturday after being struck by a tractor in Wood River.
Sgt Peffers Restaurant Gets Robbed at Gunpoint
Police are looking for an armed robber who held up an Omaha restaurant and forced an employee into a freezer.
CPD Investigating Burglary At Gas Station
The Columbus Police Department is investigating a burglary which occurred at a gas station this past weekend.
Woman Charged With Meth After Asking Police To Search Her Apartment For Intruders
Police say a 58-year-old woman was knocking on neighborhood doors asking for help
Vargas Running for Re-Election, Wants Raises for Lawmakers
A state lawmaker who wants to raise senators’ pay and push out new rules for food-trucks is running for re-election.
Rural Beatrice Man Convicted in Shooting, Resulting in Paralysis
Sentencing set for January, in shooting that paralyzed a man
19-year-old arrested for third DUI
A 19-year-old man is in jail after police say he was caught drinking and driving a third time.
Gering Police respond to shooting Monday night
Gering Police responded to a report of a shooting just before 8p Monday between 17th street and Gentry Street.
Trial scheduled for midwife blamed for death of baby
A trial has been scheduled for a midwife who tried unsuccessfully to deliver a child at an Omaha home.
Missing woman's body found in ravine, next to vehicle
Authorities have found the body of a missing woman in a western Nebraska ravine, next to her vehicle.
Gunfire into Omaha home critically injures woman inside
A woman suffered critical injuries when someone opened fire outside an Omaha home, police said.
Tracks in snow lead South Sioux City police to stolen car suspects
Northeast Nebraska police say Sunday night's snow helped officers find two suspects and a stolen car.
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.
Lincoln Pubic Schools changing course work to help ACT scoring
The Lincoln Public School system is changing its style of curriculum after the district saw a decrease in ACT scoring for the second straight year.
Marijuana Use Rising Among College Students
There are 44 Colleges in the state of Nebraska and according to a new study, students at these colleges and schools across the country are putting down cigarettes in favor of joints.
Man dies after vehicle runs off Kearney County road
Authorities say a man died after his vehicle ran off a Kearney County road and flipped.
CANCELLED: Oscar-Winning Costume Designer To Visit Wayne State Campus
The event at Wayne State College featuring Oscar-winning costume designer Ruth Carter on Wednesday has been canceled.
Legends Bar and Grill in Beatrice serves free meal to veterans Monday
On Veterans' Day, Legends served a free meal to all veterans who stopped by between 5-9 p.m.
Air Force Duet Test Acoustics As Campaign Goes On To Revive Veterans Memorial Building
TSgt. Paul Wells and Airman Mario Foreman-Powell perform for Veterans Day observance
NU Presidential Candidate Visits Norfolk On Veterans Day
The priority candidate for the University of Nebraska's presidency made his way through Norfolk Monday as part of a whirlwind tour across the state.
Platte County Vietnam vet shares stories on Veterans Day
Army vet Norbert Drueppel said he was deployed to the central highlands of Vietnam in 1969.
Car Hit Cattle Truck Near Kansas Border
Sheriff's office says Dodge Charger crossed the centerline into path of freight truck hauling cattle
Hanover man killed in rollover accident just northwest of Fairbury Sunday
Craig was transported to Jefferson Community Health and Life where he was pronounced dead due to injuries related to a motor vehicle accident.
Boys Town Fire Chief John Sing remembered
Boys Town Fire Chief John Sing died Monday morning after a 48-year career with the department.
Authorities say Iowa worker died at Nebraska burn center
Authorities say a man burned in a fire at a northwest Iowa hog confinement has died.
Pierce Veterans Honored As Part Of Veteran's Day Celebration
A trio of veterans were honored Monday morning as part of the Veteran's Day celebration in Pierce.
Palmer Veterans Memorial has hopes of expansion
The operators of a central Nebraska veterans memorial have plans to expand it.
Instilling Respect for Veterans, Through All Ages
Veterans Day observed with music-highlighted ceremony at Beatrice High School
Vandalism at Jewish Cemetery Raises More Questions
More questions today as the investigation continues into widespread vandalism at Temple Israel a Jewish cemetery and one of the oldest religious graveyards in Omaha.
Woman arrested for helping hide vehicle involved in fatal hit and run
A Lincoln woman has been arrested for tampering with evidence after she helped hide a vehicle following a fatal hit and run.
Escapee returned to Kearney YRTC
An 18-year-old boy is back at the Youth Rehabilitation and Treatment in Kearney after escaping Sunday.
Community rallies to harvest late farmer's fields
When needed most, Nebraskan’s know how to step up, but no one does it better than those from small communities.
Snow Totals: parts of Nebraska see more than 3 inches
Snow blankets much of the state after a roller coaster of November temperatures continues in Nebraska.
Man arrested for pointing pellet gun at firefighters
A man was arrested for pointing a pellet gun at firefighters after being found trespassing at an auto lot.
Hall County Sheriff's Dept. Warns Against Jury Duty Scam
The Hall County Sheriff’s Department is warning residents of a scam involving the department.
Keystone pipeline restarts 2 weeks after North Dakota leak
Canadian crude oil is once again moving through a pipeline nearly two weeks after the line leaked an estimated 383,000 gallons (1.4 million liters) of oil in North Dakota.
New social studies standards adopted for Nebraska students
The Nebraska State Board of Education has approved new social studies standards aimed at encouraging students to look at history from multiple perspectives.
One person dead in accident on I-80 near Grand Island
Authorities say a South Dakota man died after collision on Interstate 80 in south-central Nebraska.
Disaster experiences forums set for people with disabilities
Two free forums have been scheduled to hear from people with disabilities, their families and their caregivers about their experiences with emergencies or disaster situations.
Final events with University presidential priority candidate announced
The priority candidate for the University of Nebraska's open presidency will be making his final public forum stops this week.
Gov. Ricketts Launches Trade Mission to Germany
Governor Pete Ricketts is leading a trade mission to Germany this week to promote Nebraska’s quality ag products.
Naked man arrested after police pursuit of stolen car
Omaha Police arrested a naked man who led them on a raucous chase Saturday night during which several police cruisers were rammed before the suspect was stopped and subdued with a TASER. He's identified as Blel Htoo, 19.
Game and Parks to check carcasses for deer disease
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission plans to sample deer carcasses for chronic wasting disease during the coming firearm season, Nov. 16-24.
AP investigation points to widespread risk due to decaying dams
An investigation by The Associated Press shows that scores of dams across the U.S. are in a state of decay and are endangering thousands of people who live downstream.
75-year-old man drowns in the Lake of the Ozarks
Authorities say a man has drowned in the Lake of the Ozarks.
Quilts Of Valor Awarded To Vietnam Veterans At 90th Year of Veterans Memorial Building
Quilts of Valor presented to six Vietnam era veterans from Nebraska City High School
Historical Human Artifacts Located In Madison County
A family out for a hike in Madison County Saturday afternoon discovered what are believed to be historical human remains.
Body of Hunter Recovered from Sherman County Reservoir
The Nebraska Game and Parks said in a press release that the body of 21-year-old Anthony Dush of Saint Paul was found Friday night at 9 p.m.
Air Force airmen help fight Dix, Nebraska house fire
Two U.S. Air Force airmen helped a family as their house burned in western Nebraska.
Briggs and Barrett Project holds remembrance at Nursery of Hope
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.
"Quilt of Valor" Presented to Beatrice Vietnam War Veteran
Beatrice Vietnam War Veteran honored with Quilt of Valor, for serving his country
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
State Patrol Says Minnesota Man Hauling Drugs
Patrol drug alerts to presence of TCH wax, cannabis extract and vape cartridges
Health Officials Announce Breakthrough In Mysterious Outbreak Of Vaping Illnesses
vitamin E acetate found in electronic cigarettes used by many who got sick
Antelope County Chooses New Commissioners
After a recall vote ousted two of its county commissioners, Antelope County has filled the spots with new faces.
Employers, Students Explore Job Paths At Connecting the Dots Career Simulation
Students asked to overcome qualification obstacles and engage real-life job holders in career exploration exercise
More rent checks stolen from Lincoln housing areas
Lincoln Police say two people who are stealing rent checks from different housing complexes struck again.
Hundreds of THC Products Found During Custer County Traffic Stop
Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol have arrested a Minnesota man and seized hundreds of packages of THC products following a traffic stop in Custer County.
Hepatitis A reports investigated by state, local health agencies
State, county, and regional health agencies are investigating a cluster of Hepatitis A cases in the Omaha-metro area.
SCC-Beatrice Campus Students, Staff Donate Items to Food Pantry
Students, staff at Southeast Community College-Beatrice, help provide for students in need
Drug Transaction Involving Stolen Firearm, Sends Beatrice Man to Prison
Five to ten year state prison term handed man for selling drug and stolen weapon