Tool for Parents of Stillborn Babies Donated to Faith Regional

NORFOLK —  It was the most tragic moment of their lives, but the Wizceb family uses it to benefit others. Wyatt Wizceb was stillborn on March 3, 2017. “Our lives were completely torn apart,” ... Read More

Federal officials conduct immigration raid at O'Neill, Neb. businesses

O'NEILL - Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials and the Nebraska State Patrol conducted a bust of undocumented immigrants at the O'Neill Ventures tomato processing plant on Highway 281. An ICE spokesman says it's an ongoing investig... Read More

Nebraska farmer sues over crop damage from herbicide

A Nebraska farmer has sued herbicide manufacturers, saying his neighbors’ use of the company products damaged his soybean crop last summer. Shane Greckel filed the federal lawsuit last week against Monsanto and other companies whose pr... Read More

Health Alert Issued for Toxic Blue-Green Algae

HUMBOLDT, LEIGH --- Swimming areas at two different lakes in Nebraska will be closed for at least two weeks due to toxic algae. The state has issued a health alert for toxic blue-green algae for Kirkman's Cove in Richardson County, and Maple Creek... Read More

A bully jammed a bike pump in his ear. Now his parents are suing Westside schools

Their son has always been big for his age — by one account, the now 12-year-old boy looks like he’s the size of a sophomore in high school. Despite his stature, the boy was the victim of a bizarre case of bullying two years ago, according to a... Read More

Scattered Sunday storms raise flood threat in Nebraska and Iowa

Scattered storms moved through the region Sunday, downing tree limbs, causing flash flooding in northeast Nebraska and northwest Iowa and again raising the general threat of flooding. The National Weather Service is monitoring heavy rain... Read More

Family Fishing Night in Norfolk canceled

LINCOLN, Neb. – The Family Fishing Night event scheduled for June 22 at Norfolk’s Skyview Lake has been canceled due to wet weather. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s final Family Fishing Night in Norfolk is scheduled for Aug. 2 from 6-... Read More

Tornado Watch Issued for Parts of Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota

The National Weather Service office in Valley has issued a tornado watch for parts of Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota and Missouri. Nebraska counties included in the tornado watch include: Burt, Butler, Cass, Colfax, Cuming, Dakota, Dodge, Douglas, F... Read More

Dispute Between Nebraska Breweries and Distributors May Be Near an End

Imagine owning a craft brewery in Norfolk with a tasting room right across the street. Now imagine before you can send your product to the taste room, a third party distributor has to take the beer to Omaha, before bringing it back to your taste room... Read More

Nebraska Voter Registration Gets Extended

Nebraskan's are going to have more time to register to vote this election after lawmakers voted to extend the deadline. The decision was unanimously approved.  Citizens can now complete and submit voter registrations electronically until midnight... Read More

Politicians in Nebraska React to Paul Ryan Stepping Down

WASHINGTON (AP) — House Speaker Paul Ryan announced Wednesday he will retire rather than seek another term in Congress, sending ripples through Washington. The Wisconsin Republican cast the decision to end his 20-year career as a personal one, s... Read More