Wind Advisory Issued for Southeast Nebraska, Southwest Iowa

OMAHA – The National Weather Service in Omaha has issued a Wind Advisory that is in effect until 7 am CST tomorrow (Thursday) morning. Strong winds will develop by mid evening and continue much of t... Read More

SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. (AP) — Two men were transported to the hospital after they had been trapped under a collapsed cell phone tower in Scottsbluff. The Star-Herald reports the two were trapped under a Viaero Wireless tower that collapsed Wednesday... Read More

Year 2015 has been hard so far on parked cars in Nebraska City. So far in January, police have investigated a dozen crashes involving unoccupied cars. Seventy-eight-year-old Lawrence E. Sohl of Beatrice had just parked his car at Burger King and op... Read More

NELIGH - The trial of a woman accused of stealing from the Village of Oakdale has been delayed. Thirty-one year old Megan Brandt appeared in Antelope County District Court Wednesday. District Judge Mark Johnson approved a motion to continue the tr... Read More

WASHINGTON (AP) — Herding cattle. Counting fish. Taking an animal's temperature. Applying pesticides. The president of the National Farmers Union says that when it comes to drones, "your imagination can go pretty wild in terms of what would be p... Read More

COLUMBUS - A Columbus man facing felony child abuse charges is making his first appearance in court Wednesday morning. Court documents state that 24 year-old Ryan Roberts appeared before Platte County Court Wednesday morning at 10:30 A.M. Rober... Read More

Nebraska City Administrator Joe Johnson's January report to the city council included meetings involving a culinary incubator, a new Fourth Corso entrance for Steinhart Park and installation of fiber optics. Johnson attended a meeting at Southeast... Read More

The chairman of the Otoe County Board asked commissioners Tuesday to consider rebuilding Road E, which extends from Otoe to the "Old Wyoming" area near Highway 75 north of Nebraska City. He said flood repair projects have dominated the county's ag... Read More

County Commissioner Steve Lade said Tuesday that his earlier suggestion of providing $100,000 toward a paving project for the Burr Oak Lodge development near Eagle is unworkable. Engineers estimate that improving the road to 50 mph standards will re... Read More

A 1994 Chevrolet Camero, driven by Emily F Tyson, 15, of Syracuse,  left 42nd Road near K Road at 7:45 p.m. Jan. 26. Accident  investigators say Tyson was going too fast as she attempted to turn. The Camero entered a ditch and rolled onto its t... Read More

NORFOLK - Northeast Community College's president is speaking out against a measure that would lower the amount of property taxes community colleges could levy. Dr. Michael Chipps testified in Lincoln Monday against LB144, a bill by Sen. Al Davis ... Read More