Peru State Hosts Pottery Demonstrations March 30-April 2

PERU, Neb. -- Grand Island artist Nancy Fairbanks will demonstrate throwing pottery “on the wheel” March 30 through April 2 in the lower level of the A.V. Larsen building at Peru State. Fairban... Read More

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - The U.S. Supreme Court has denied a southwest Iowa man's appeal of his conviction for robbery, carjacking, obstructing justice and witness tampering. The court notified 49-year-old Tiran Casteel Thursday it would not hear h... Read More

OMAHA (AP) -- Omaha police say a woman reported that she was gang-raped after a man she met on a smartphone dating app showed up to their date with his friends. Police say the 22-year-old woman met the man on Tinder and invited him to her apartmen... Read More

BARNESTON, Neb. — The students stepped along a forgotten rail bed in southeast Nebraska and tried to imagine 500 people on a journey of sadness more than a century ago. They came to this strip of soil and granite along the Big Blue River to seek... Read More

LINCOLN, NE - Nebraska Senators are speaking out against the comments made by Senator Ernie Chambers. Senator Brett Lindstrom said " I no longer want my name associated with a senator who would make such comments." Senator David Schnoor, who ca... Read More

MACY - A ten-year old child is dead following a one-vehicle accident near Macy. The Nebraska State Patrol says 10-year old Carroll Webster of Macy was killed in the accident at about 6:45 p.m. Thursday. The NSP says the accident happened when an e... Read More

FALLS CITY - Three separate accidents left four cars with damage in Falls City Wednesday. According to police reports the first accident took place at approximately 11:28 AM on Stone Street, when a 2012 Honda Accord drove into a concrete wall. ... Read More

FALLS CITY - The Community Medical Center is holding its Annual Community meeting  in the CMC Education Room at the hospital. Hospital Officials say CEO Ryan Larsen will be at the meeting providing updates and answering questions on the current s... Read More

One of the letters seeking appointment as mayor of Nebraska City, mistakenly pre-dates the mayor's resignation, and the decision to appoint the new mayor rather than hold a special election appears to have been made in private. Jim Kuhn, one of fi... Read More

COLUMBUS - A Columbus man is facing multiple felony charges for allegedly creating counterfeit currency. Brian J. Dieter, 36, waived his preliminary hearing in Platte County Court Thursday morning and has been bound over to District Court. The... Read More

LINCOLN - A bill to allow Northeast Community College to purchase a tract of land on the campus of the Norfolk Regional Center has passed its first reading. Lawmakers voted 42-0 to advance the bill passed its first round of debate Wednesday. The b... Read More