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The Nebraska City City Council is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. today at city hall. The agenda includes an application to the city’s LB840 economic development fund of $10,000 a year for 10 years for... Read More

ALBION - An Albion man will be in court Thursday after six dead horses were found on his property. Alan C Choat, 73 is facing 11 counts of abandon/cruelly neglect livestock, after police investigation found six dead and five malnourished horses on... Read More

Stella - A Stella man will appear in District court after local law enforcement says he threatened to kill an officer and vandalized a local church. Court documents say 23 year-old Ethen Bentley will be arraigned in Richardson County District Cour... Read More

STANTON - A Woodland Park man is facing charges that he possessed child pornography. Stanton County Sheriff Mike Unger says 20-year old Michael Herlick was arrested over the weekend. Stanton County Sheriff Mike Unger says Herlick was the subject o... Read More

In a letter given to City Attorney David Partsch, Nebraska City  Finance Commissioner Mindy Briley says her top priority is finding successors for the mayor, city administrator and city clerk. Partsch said Briley, who is acting mayor following th... Read More

Otoe County Clerk Janene Bennett, who made statewide headlines after saying she would not issue a marriage license to a same-sex couple even if ordered by a judge, said she will let her deputies follow their own conscience. Bennett said she has sp... Read More

OMAHA - Same sex marriage is now tentatively legal in Nebraska. U.S. District Court Judge Joseph Battalion overturned the state’s voter-approved ban on gay marriage in a decision released on Monday. Battalion stayed his ruling until March 9th... Read More

LINCOLN  -- The Lincoln Police Department said a 12-year-old girl reported missing around 5pm Sunday is back home safe. She was back home by around 10:20 p.m. When she was reported missing, police said Kendra Young was last seen in the 1900 bloc... Read More

LINCOLN -- The Judiciary Committee heard LB612, or the "Stand Your Ground" law, an attempt to to strengthen Nebraska's self- defense laws on Friday. The bill introduced by Senator Kintner removes some of the requirements for a person to 'retreat' ... Read More

James Joyner and his family escaped injury from an early-morning fire west of Nehawka, but a house built by a Cass County pioneer family sustained severe damage. Joyner woke around 5:30 a.m. to a crackling sound. He first thought it might be his s... Read More

RIVERTON, IA -- The Riverton City Council unanimously approved the dismissal of Riverton City Clerk Carol Jennings on Thursday. Riverton Mayor Rick Barton said Jennings’ dismissal, effective immediately, came on advice from the city’s attorney... Read More