Downtown Fun Run

COLUMBUS- Hundreds are recuperating after a morning run in South East Nebraska. At 8:00 Saturday Morning six hundred people gathered in Columbus to run the downtown Fun Run. Race committee membe... Read More

Speed Limit Changes Take Effect

LINCOLN - Nebraska drivers are going to be allowed to go a little faster on state roadways. On Friday, Legislative Bill 1009 took effect, changing speed limits on state highways and expressways. The posted limits went from 55/60 up to 65 on highwa... Read More

Raybould Launches Attack Ad on Fischer; Won't Disclose Target Markets

Omaha, NE.—With over three months until Election Day, Democrat Jane Raybould has launched her first TV attack ad against Republican Senator Deb Fischer. The ad is highlighted by a Nebraska farmer, who says he's a Republican unable to vote for Fi... Read More

NPPD Part of DOE Carbon Dioxide Study

COLUMBUS - The Nebraska Public Power District is taking another step forward in the carbon world with a second Department of Energy study. This initiative has a goal of developing an integrated carbon dioxide collection, transportation, and storag... Read More

Man Wanted In Dodge County Arrested

COLUMBUS - The Columbus Police Department arrested a man with a warrant in Dodge County on Wednesday night. The Police Department says that they received a call that the wanted individual may have been in the Columbus area around 6:15 P.M. on Wedn... Read More

Ohio Native Jailed For Drug Possession

COLUMBUS - The Platte County Sheriff's Department arrested two individuals on Wednesday night, with one jailed on drug possession charges. The Sheriff's Department received a report of a suspicious person driving in the area of the 400 block of 36... Read More

Multiple Thefts From Vehicles Reported

COLUMBUS - The Columbus Police Department says that they received reports of thefts from multiple vehicles on Wednesday morning. The first of those reports came from the 2700 block of Cheyenne Street. A resident told police that multiple items wer... Read More

Fischer Accused of Sidestepping Criticism of Trump

Omaha, NE.—Unlike Ben Sasse, her fellow Nebraska Republican in the U.S. Senate, Deb Fischer has again sidestepped any direct criticism of President Trump—this time regarding Mr. Trump's Russia-Putin comments from Helsinki. While Sasse and seve... Read More

Stothert Budget Doesn't Raise, Doesn't Cut Taxes

Omaha, NE.—Mayor Jean Stothert says cutting property taxes is always a "goal" but not one she can swing in the city's new 2019 budget. News Channel Nebraska asked Stothert: "In a $400 million budget, and overall billion dollar budget,  you coul... Read More