Death Penalty Repeal Effort Picking Back Up in Legislature

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A Nebraska senator who fought for decades to abolish the death penalty is trying again, arguing that the statewide vote to reinstate capital punishment doesn't make it right. ... Read More

Nemaha County Has Its Own

AUBURN - While Washington, D.C., wrangles over the Waters of the U.S. rule, Nemaha County commissioners are tackling water issues on their own. Del Aufenkamp appeared at the county board meeting Wednesday with claims that Commissioner Bob Hutton h... Read More

Beatrice Officials May Expedite Full-Time Code Officer Position

BEATRICE -  Beatrice Mayor Stan Wirth says he hopes the city can soon turn a code enforcement officer position from a part-time job, into a full-time position. With spring weather comes the time when complaints will increase, about weeds and othe... Read More

Health District to Offer Immunization Clinics, in Wymore and Beatrice

BEATRICE -  A Southeast Nebraska Health District has announced it will be offering immunizations in Gage County, beginning April 1st. Public Health Solutions Health District says studies indicate Nebraska adults are under-immunized, when compared... Read More

Mesmerizing Slow-Motion Lightning

NEWS CHANNEL NEBRASKA -- Incredible slow-motion lightning over Nashville, Tennessee....... Read More

Truck Driver Pulls Man From Fiery Crash Near Syracuse

OTOE - An Arkansas truck driver is credited for bravery Wednesday afternoon after helping a man escape a burning car. Witnesses told investigators the car and a van were eastbound on Highway 2 when the car hit back of the van. The car veered off o... Read More

Northeast Nebraska Below Average For Women in Government and Police - Why?

NORFOLK — The numbers scream at you. Under seven percent of elected city and county officials in northeast Nebraska are women. There’s only three women in law enforcement between the Norfolk PD and the Madison County Sheriff’s Department. Ye... Read More

Schuyler's New 4-Legged Police Recruit Sworn-In

SCHUYLER, Nebraska. - It's official.  Cloee the new k-9 recruit is now formally part of the Schuyler police department. The newest member was sworn in by Mayor David Reineke Tuesday evening at the city Council Meeting. Cloee hits the streets i... Read More

Suspect in West Omaha Murder to Stand Trial

OMAHA, Nebraska. - The suspect accused of killing a West Omaha man during a home invasion on Christmas has been ordered to stand trial for murder. LeAndre Jenning was in court Wednesday. He's charged with murdering Michael Brinkman. Detective L... Read More

Grass Fire in Southeast Columbus Breaks Out Wednesday Afternoon

COLUMBUS - A grass fire broke out early Wednesday afternoon in Southeast Columbus as the Columbus Rural Fire department responded to the call. Located just West of 44th Avenue off of Southeast 16th street, a grass fire burned for roughly 20 minute... Read More

Trump's Proposed Budget Cuts Could Put Aftershock At Risk in Future

NORFOLK, NE — President Donald Trump’s budget calls for eliminating after school programs in areas all over the nation. How does that affect us here, in Nebraska? President Trump has proposed to eliminate 21st Century Community Learning Center... Read More