Otoe County Budget Would Lower Levy For Seventh Straight Year

NEBRASKA CITY - The Otoe County commissioners' proposed budget would lower the property tax levy for seventh straight year. Board Chairman Tim Nelsen said the 29 cent levy is an 11 percent reductio... Read More

WAYNE – Two of the three men accused of stealing an ATM from a northeast Nebraska bank will be sentenced this fall after admitting their involvement on Wednesday. Twenty-two year old Cody Murphree and 23-year old Jacob Christiansen, both of Norf... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY - City commissioners approved a new contract with the Fraternal Order of Police in Nebraska City that sets out work hours and identifies procedures for handling grievances. Officer Chris Richardson said the new contract is a Joint ef... Read More

NORFOLK - U.S. Senator Deb Fischer of Nebraska says the U.S. can do better when it comes to a deal with Iran. Nebraska's senior senator was in Norfolk Tuesday and Wednesday as part of a statewide tour during the congressional recess. Fischer, who ... Read More

TECUMSEH - Johnson County deputies tasered and tackled a Pawnee City man who had been released weeks earlier from Richardson County jail on allegations of carrying a concealed weapon and taking a van without permission. Richard O. Farber, 44, was ... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY -- The Eighth Annual Lewis & Clark Reunion is scheduled at the Missouri River Basin Lewis & Clark Center in Nebraska City Sept. 12-13. Events Saturday, Sept. 12, begin at 10 a.m. with Mr. Keelboat Butch Bovier and mountain ma... Read More

OMAHA - A man in his 70s was seriously injured Monday afternoon in a grain bin accident at a farm four miles east of Louisville, Nebraska. The Louisville Volunteer Fire Department was called about 5:30 p.m. after others had tried and failed to res... Read More

NORFOLK - A Norfolk flooring manufacturer is pushing back against allegations that tried to conceal hazards from OSHA investigators. OSHA issued a news release Tuesday, announcing that MP Global of Norfolk has been placed in their severe violator ... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb-- New scoreboards and message boards on the field level will be the most noticeable changes for Cornhusker football fans as they enter Memorial Stadium on Saturday for the season opener versus BYU. Fans are reminded to arrive early an... Read More

TECUMSEH - The Housing Rehab Grant took a step forward at the Tecumseh City Council meeting Tuesday night. Two houses were approved, Project # 7 and Project #12, for the grant. According to Mayor William Montz, Sr., they are hoping to have ten hou... Read More

COLUMBUS - Area leaders say Nebraska will be negatively affected if a proposed EPA ruling to lower ozone standards is passed, and U.S. Senator Deb Fischer conducted a field hearing with stakeholders to discuss the issue. The panel of four answer... Read More