Schuyler Family Carnival

_informq.push(); SCHUYLER - After a trying week, the Schuyler community came together on Thursday night for fun and fellowship at Schuyler Elementary. Watch the video above for more on Thursday's... Read More

Central Community College Athletic Director To Retire

COLUMBUS - After 39 years of service, Jack Gutierrez is stepping down as athletic director of Central Community College. CCC announced Gutierrez's retirement on Thursday, and volleyball coach Mary Young has been appointed as interim athletic direc... Read More

Operation Bale Lift is requesting flatbed trailers to haul bales from generous Iowa farmer

NORFOLK, NE (WJAG) - A group of individuals is working on transporting up to 20,000 corn stalk bales from a generous donor in Iowa, to farmers in need in Nebraska. Tom Preister of Cornlea, NE. tells WJAG that he and a group consisting of Keith Hem... Read More

President Trump approves disaster declaration for Nebraska after severe winter weather, flooding

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump declared a major disaster Thursday for the state of Nebraska resulting from severe winter weather and massive flooding. The declaration opens the door to federal aid to help state, tribal and local r... Read More

Search Continues for Missing Norfolk Man

NORFOLK - The search for a missing Norfolk man continues as authorities comb the North Fork Elkhorn River. Members of Norfolk Fire and Rescue, Norfolk Police and other agencies searched the area Thursday morning looking for any sign of 30-year-o... Read More

Hy-Vee Preparing and Donating Meals to Fremont Shelters

_informq.push(); FREMONT, NE — Derek Mathis makes gourmet food, usually sold for catering orders or the Hy-Vee dining room. For the last week he’s been making the same first-class grub for hundreds of people stuck in shelters, people who have... Read More

Update: State Audit Hits 'Town Hero' for Possible 'Mishandling' of $700,000

Omaha, NE.—Several weeks following an exclusive News Channel Nebraska investigation surrounding the former Pilger Village Clerk—once hailed as a hero in the aftermath of twin tornadoes that leveled the town in 2014— she is front and center in ... Read More

Fremont Residents Come Together When Returning Home

_informq.push(); FREMONT, NE — Residents of flood-stricken south Fremont have been living in shelters or with friends and relatives for days.  They’ve been relying on food donated by Hy-Vee for meals.  Now, they’re back home starting the c... Read More

CCH Receives Five Star Rating For Hospital Quality

COLUMBUS - The Columbus Community Hospital was recently recognized for its quality in a nationwide list of hospitals. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services recently updated its Overall Hospital Quality Star Ratings, which rates over 4,500 hos... Read More

Columbus Resident Accepting Donations To Help With Animal Needs

COLUMBUS - A Columbus resident is looking out for area animals who are in need following last week's flooding. Beth Voichoskie is accepting donations to assist in the needs of pets and animals that have been affected by the flooding disaster. Voic... Read More

Larry the Cable Guy to donate all proceeds from Lincoln show to Red Cross

LINCOLN, NE (1011NOW) - Pawnee City, Neb. native Larry the Cable Guy will be donating all proceeds from his March 27th show in Lincoln to the Red Cross for those impacted by the floods. According to a tweet from Larry the Cable Guy Tuesday, his po... Read More