Authorities have identified a woman whose body was found in a western Nebraska ravine, next to her vehicle. The Scotts Bluff County Sheriff's Office says in a news release that the body of 59-year-old Cynthia Magee, of...
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.
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.
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.
Nebraska Gov. Ricketts visits Germany for new trade mission
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts is leading a trade mission to Germany to promote Nebraska agricultural products and reinforce the state's connections with German companies.
Keystone pipeline restarts 2 weeks after North Dakota leak
The Keystone pipeline has been restarted nearly two weeks after it 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, including those of religious, racial and ethnic groups, women,...
Authorities: South Dakota man died in Nebraska collision
Authorities say a South Dakota man died after collision on Interstate 80 in south-central Nebraska.
Still teaching at 95, Jimmy Carter draws devotees to church
Former President Jimmy Carter can still draw a crowd, and he does each time he teaches Sunday school in his hometown of Plains, Georgia.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Air Force airmen report, help fight Nebraska house fire
Two U.S. Air Force airmen helped a family as their house burned in western Nebraska.
Nebraska high court rejects Omaha serial rapist's appeal
The Nebraska Supreme Court has upheld the convictions and the up to 200-year prison sentence for an Omaha serial rapist.
Nebraska wildlife officials: Be aware of urban coyotes
Nebraska wildlife officials are urging owners of small pets - even those in cities - to be vigilant in protecting them from coyotes.
Omaha police: About 75 headstones toppled at Jewish cemetery
Police say about 75 headstones have been toppled and more than $50,000 in damage caused at a Jewish cemetery in Omaha.
Search is on for man who fell into Nebraska reservoir
Nebraska conservation officers are searching for a man who fell out of a boat on a central Nebraska lake.
Nebraska patrol says Minnesota man was hauling drugs
Authorities say a 30-year-old Minnesota man was arrested after Nebraska state troopers found hundreds of packages of THC products in his car.
Lincoln woman gets jail time, probation in tax case
A Lincoln woman who'd settled allegations that she'd cheated customers of her clothing businesses has been given jail time and probation on tax charges.
County board rejects permit for 380,000-chicken farm
Lancaster County commissioners won't approve construction of a 380,000-chicken farm that would have supplied birds to the Fremont processing plant for Costco.
Woman pleads guilty to lesser charge in Hastings slaying
A woman accused of being an accessory to the 2017 slaying of a Hastings man has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.
Native American football enjoys a rebirth in South Dakota
Native American football is enjoying a rebirth in South Dakota thanks to a new league formed by smaller schools this fall.
Kansas man arrested in death of his granddaughter
A northeast Kansas man has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of his 4-year-old granddaughter.
2 students, 5 others hospitalized after Lincoln collision
Authorities say two students on a Lincoln school bus and five people in a car were sent to a hospital after a collision.
Omaha officials announce plans for flexible concert hall
Officials have announced plans to build a flexible music venue in downtown Omaha.
Company says nearly 120 Sidney jobs moving to Missouri
Bass Pro Shops says nearly 120 jobs at its Cabela's operation in Sidney will be relocated to Bass Pro Shops' headquarters in Springfield, Missouri.
Nebraska to shuffle staff at homes for juvenile offenders
Nebraska officials plan to cut staff at one state-run home for juvenile offenders while adding to its workforce at two other facilities.
Omaha zoo announces snow leopard cubs' names
Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium has announced the names of its newest additions, two snow leopard cubs.
Sheriff says driver died after northeast Nebraska collision
Authorities say an 86-year-old driver died at a South Dakota hospital after a collision in northeast Nebraska.
Police: Man hid more than 163 pounds of pot in minivan
Police say officers arrested an Illinois man after finding marijuana hidden in his minivan along Interstate 80 in Nebraska.
Keystone line to remain closed until corrective action taken
Federal regulators have ordered the Keystone pipeline to remain shut down until its Canadian owner takes corrective action aimed at determining the cause of a breach that leaked an estimated 383,000 gallons (1.4 million...
Anti-leaking measures criticized at city hearing
Speakers at a public hearing have criticized a proposal that could lead to the firing of elected officials in an Omaha suburb for leaking information from closed meetings.
Man accused of child sex assault, porn takes plea deal
A Scottsbluff man accused of having sex with a 12-year-old and then blackmailing her into performing for pornographic videos has taken a plea deal.
Iowa woman charged in Nebraska fatality to stand trial
An Iowa woman charged in the hit-and-run fatal crash that killed a pedestrian in northeastern Nebraska is set to stand trial in the case.
South Carolina Sen. Graham to speak at Nebraska GOP event
U.S Sen. Lindsey Graham is set to speak at a Nebraska Republican Party weekend fundraiser.
Nebraska National Guard establishes new infantry unit
The Nebraska Army National Guard has established a new infantry battalion - an outfit that a general says could help recruitment.
Man gets 20-40 years for 2 southeast Nebraska crash deaths
An Omaha man has been imprisoned for the crash deaths of a woman and her 15-year-old stepdaughter in southeast Nebraska's Otoe County.
Driver dies after crashing pickup near North Platte
Authorities say a driver died after his pickup truck crashed on the west side of North Platte.
Police say woman died at hospital after being struck by car
Police say a woman died after being struck by a car in Norfolk.
Lexington woman dies after minivan rams rear of trailer
Authorities say a woman died at a hospital after her minivan rammed the rear of a trailer in Dawson County.
Jury to resume working on Hastings murder trial verdict
A jury is scheduled to resume working Monday on a verdict following the trial of a man accused of murder in Hastings.
Student: Krispy Kreme told him to stop doughnut delivery
A Minnesota college student says Krispy Kreme has told him to stop making doughnut runs to Iowa.
Report says farm bankruptcies up in Nebraska, Iowa
A ballot campaign seeking to tighten the cap on how much interest payday lenders can charge in Nebraska has gotten a major boost from a national donor, increasing the odds that it will succeed in placing the issue on the...
Police: Man killed in 2-vehicle crash on Lincoln street
Police say a man has died in a two-vehicle crash on an east Lincoln street.
EPA removes 4 Superfund sites in Nebraska, Iowa
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced the removal of four Superfund sites in Nebraska and Iowa from their national priorities list.
Omaha Salvation Army Tree of Lights campaign kicks off
The Salvation Army's annual Tree of Lights campaign is set to get underway in the Omaha area next week with the annual lighting of metal Christmas trees in front of American National Bank branches in central Omaha and...
Standard time returns to Nebraska, Iowa this weekend
Residents in Nebraska and Iowa are being reminded to set their clocks back an hour before going to bed Saturday.
Elkhorn River access points shut down until next year
Those looking to tube or paddle on the Elkhorn River in eastern Nebraska are out of luck until next years.
Papillion councilman pleads not guilty to child abuse count
A Papillion city councilman charged with a misdemeanor count of negligent child abuse has pleaded not guilty and asked for a trial.
Nebraska man sentenced for role in Iowa conspiracy case
A Nebraska man has been sentenced for his involvement in a conspiracy targeting a potential drug trafficking witness in Iowa.
Court affirms Omaha man's cold case murder conviction
The Nebraska Supreme Court has rejected the appeal of an Omaha man who argued that the DNA analysis used to convict him was unreliable and should not have been allowed at this trial.
Trial set for man charged in downtown Lexington slaying
A January trial has been scheduled for a man accused of killing another man who officers found in a downtown Lexington parking lot.
Former superintendent sues Nebraska State Patrol over gun ID
A former superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol wants to carry a concealed firearm and is suing the patrol to get it.
North Dakota gov wants more monitoring after pipeline leak
North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum wants the owner of the Keystone pipeline to review its inspection and monitoring of the line after it leaked an estimated 383,000 gallons (1.4 million liters) in the northeastern part of the...
Survey suggests slight rebound in Midwest economic growth
A new report says an October survey of business supply managers suggests a bump occurred in economic growth for nine Midwest and Plains states.
Attorney accused of stealing from disabled woman
A Lincoln attorney has been accused of stealing money from a developmentally disabled woman for whom she'd been appointed guardian.
Woman, toddler found on Omaha apartment floor with cuts
Police say a woman and toddler were found in pools of blood in an Omaha apartment after both were cut, and a man who jumped from the apartment's third-story window was later arrested.
OSHA cites Maine company for worker death in Nebraska
Federal safety regulators have cited a Maine company for the workplace death of an employee in northern Nebraska.
February trial scheduled for Kearney sex assault case
A February trial has been scheduled for a Grand Island man accused of rape in Kearney.
Man accused of killing 6 ordered to remain in state care
A judge says a man who authorities say killed six members of a Nebraska family more than 40 years ago will remain in state care.
Patrol: Nebraska troopers find 91 lbs of marijuana in SUV
The Nebraska State Patrol says troopers have seized 91 pounds of marijuana found in a sport utility vehicle during a traffic stop on Interstate 80 near the western Nebraska town of Maxwell.
Today in Nebraska-November
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Sex assault charges filed against ex-day care worker
State prosecutors have filed child sexual assault charges against a former day care worker in Lincoln already facing federal child pornography charges.
California imprisoned in Nebraska marijuana possession case
A 67-year-old California man has been imprisoned in Nebraska for possessing hundreds of pounds of marijuana.