Former City Officials Sue Nebraska City Commissioners

Former Nebraska City administrator Joe Johnson and city clerk Arnold Ehlers have named city commissioners in a lawsuit filed Friday that asks the court to void city actions, they say, "constructively ... Read More

LINCOLN, NE — The discovery of a suspicious briefcase Tuesday in a State Capitol hallway delayed debate at the Nebraska Legislature. As of 2:20 p.m. Tuesday, more than two hours after the case was discovered, the all-clear was issued and people ... Read More

NORFOLK -- Shortly before 5:00 PM Tuesday night, Norfolk Fire and Rescue received its first emergency call for a serious one-vehicle accident near South Side Salvage at 1801 South First Street. When EMS arrived, they determined that the roof of the v... Read More

SHUBERT - Indian Cave State Park will be hosting the Morel Mile and 5K run along with games and pancake feed. The event will be held on April 18th in conjunction with the 4th annual Outdoor Adventure. Event officials say the cost to register is $2... Read More

Donald Gross with the Lincoln Bomb Squad visited the Auburn Firehouse Tuesday to give a presentation on bomb threats and suspicious packages for local business owners and the rest of the public. Gross said that even though bomb threats aren’t co... Read More

FALLS CITY -  The Falls City FFA held a concession stand a the local Toy Show to help raise money for their trip to the state convention. According to Falls City Public Schools the FFA Alumni donated all the items to be sold, and the current FFA ... Read More

Cowboy Tye Sturgeon loped across the Nebraska border on horseback Tuesday to fulfill a vow he made to himself as a boy in Batesville, Ark. Actually, he watched for traffic in front of a Fremont County sheriff's deputy escort as his 12-year-old pai... Read More

LINCOLN – The all clear has been given at the state capital after an unattended briefcase was found in a corridor near the Rotunda. Senators were told to return to their offices just before 2 p.m. after the southwest hallway on the second floor ... Read More

Gov. Pete Ricketts called on the citizens of Nebraska Tuesday to help return the state Legislature’s focus to tax relief, rather than a six-cent increase in the gasoline tax. The governor said in Nebraska’s one-house unicameral system the peop... Read More

LINCOLN - A suspicious unattended brief case in a hallway corridor near Nebraska’s Unicameral Legislative Chamber caused an evacuation. The Chamber has forced State Senators to recess, and Sen. Paul Schumacher says officials are telling everyone... Read More

NORFOLK - Northeast Nebraska could see it's first dose of strong to severe storms tomorrow. As southerly winds pick up overnight tonight and continue throughout the morning and mid day tomorrow, an advancing cold front will be running into a flow ... Read More