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Boating season is officially underway in Nebraska and the forecast for the upcoming weekend calls for perfect weather to set sail. Ann Avery is a spokesperson for State Farm and says according to clai... Read More

FALLS CITY - Former KTNC Radio 1230 AM news announcer and high school sports broadcaster, Matthew Leaf, pleaded guilty to one count of child pornography. Leaf will be placed on four years probation and will also have to register as a sex offender for... Read More

SIDNEY, IA - An Iowa district judge has sentenced Donald James Ryan, 38, of Sidney to 10 years in prison for possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver. Fremont County deputies arrested Ryan on a Page County warrant on Feb. 17. Investiga... Read More

UPDATE: The Iowa Department of Public Safety has cancelled an AMBER Alert issued Thursday afternoon. A DPS spokesperson says the two missing teens, Bayli Jordan and Jamie Panko, were found "safe and sound" in Cherokee County, Iowa. EVERLY, IA - O... Read More

COLUMBUS - A burglary case is currently under investigation after a home was broken into at Parkview Trailer Court. Columbus Police Captain Todd Thalken says a call came in at approximately 8:47 am Wednesday morning, after $165 and other minor mis... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. -- The Nebraska Legislature has overridden the governor's veto and ended the nation's last ban on driving privileges for young people brought into the United States illegally as children. Senators in the one-house Legislature voted... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY, NE - Southeast Nebraska Homeward Bound Companions is sponsoring the “Don’t be Cruel” animal rescue fundraiser on Friday at the Eagles Club in Nebraska City. The event, from 6:30 to 10 p.m., features Elvis impersonator Matt Joy... Read More

COLUMBUS - Northeast Nebraska NeighborWorks will be hosting a Home Matters event on June 11th, and they're inviting the community to join in the fun. NeighborWorks Housing Director Rena Beran says they are partnering with local businesses to put ... Read More

LINCOLN — Gov. Pete Ricketts set up another clash with state lawmakers by vetoing a bill Wednesday that would have allowed driver’s licenses for young immigrants brought to the country illegally. In his veto message, the governor raised concer... Read More

FALLS CITY - Friends of the Library Sponsored Farmers Market will be every Thursday, this summer. Event coordinator, Denise Daake, says, " We would like to welcome back our returning vendors and invite new vendors to reserve a space to see the... Read More

COLUMBUS - No injuries are being reported after a three vehicle accident Tuesday, that left one car totaled. According to reports a 17 year-old girl was driving her 2000 Jeep southbound on 23rd Avenue at approximately 5:30 pm when it made contact... Read More