Omaha Boy Scout leader accused of failing to pay $28,000 after ordering 60 of every popcorn item

OMAHA - Guess that Scout’s honor thing doesn’t always work out. The Boy Scouts of America’s Mid-America Council, based in Omaha, has sued an Omaha man over a $28,000 popcorn order he plac... Read More

WEEPING WATER - A firefighter was injured Thursday attempting to rescue a driver from a car that slid into a ditch and was beginning to smoke. Cass County sheriff Wm. Brueggemann reports that a 2000 Dodge Durango driven by Benjamin T. Wilkinson, 2... Read More

OMAHA -  Officials in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa are prosecuting three Omaha residents they suspect of cattle rustling. Ervin John Jacob, James Michael Brunzo and Amy Louise Springer are accused of slipping into feedlots at night and hau... Read More

WASHINGTON — As a Senate candidate, Ben Sasse was the brainy policy wonk, a visionary Republican whiz kid bubbling over with fresh ideas for addressing the nation’s myriad problems. He was the conservative cover boy — literally — when the ... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY - That was part of the sounds on the midway Saturday as a carnival returned to Steinhart Park for the Fourth of July celebration. Carnival: “One dollar throw. Win a bunny for your honey.” Sarah Bando of Nebraska City said... Read More

Nebraska City - Bruce Kreifels, who established the outdoor concert facility on the bluffs overlooking the Missouri  River valley at Nebraska City, welcomed the first music lovers when the gates opened at 5 p.m. on Saturday. Elizabeth Twigg of Be... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY - Auburn and Nebraska City players were decked in pink uniforms Saturday for the Independence Day baseball game to support the American Cancer Society’s breast cancer research. Nancy Kasbohm, a cancer survivor, threw out the first ... Read More

HUMBOLDT - Humboldt decided to celebrate this Independence Day in style. They held a car show sponsored by the Quad County Museum for the second year in a row. The show featured many different years and models of cars. Curator for the Quad County ... Read More

LINCOLN, NE - More state troopers will be on Nebraska roads this holiday weekend, thanks to a nearly $12,000 state grant. Through Sunday, troopers and communications specialists will put in overtime hours in an effort to reduce the potential for ... Read More

ST. EDWARD - Two are dead after a two-vehicle collision Southeast of St. Edward early Saturday morning. Acoording to the Nebraska State Patrol representative Steven Hamer,  the accident occurred near mile marker 29 on HWY 39 at approximately 1:00... Read More

NORFOLK - A man known for bringing a controversial float to the Norfolk 4th of July parade in 2014 brought it back this year. Hadar farmer Dale Remmich was once again an entrant in the Norfolk 4th of July parade. His entry this year featured his n... Read More