Roads, fields underwater after heavy rains in Howard, Sherman counties
Roads, fields underwater after heavy rains in Howard, Sherman counties

Heavy rains brought flash flooding to Central Nebraska Thursday morning.

 
        
 
100 Deadliest Days for Teen Drivers, officials advise parents to prepare teens

100 Deadliest Days for Teen Drivers, officials advise parents to prepare teens

According to AAA, the 100 Deadliest Days for Teen Drivers encompasses Memorial Day until Labor Day and sees an increase of teen-related driver fatalities.

Two-story, year-round golf venue planned for Kearney’s Younes Campus

Two-story, year-round golf venue planned for Kearney’s Younes Campus

The latest proposed addition to the Younes Campus in Kearney includes year-round golf.

Nebraska announces new contract for John Cook

Nebraska announces new contract for John Cook

Director of Athletics Troy Dannen announced Wednesday that Nebraska has signed four-time national champion Head Volleyball Coach John Cook to a new five-year contract.

Farmers market in Grand Island to benefit community and small businesses

Farmers market in Grand Island to benefit community and small businesses

A farmers market in Grand Island will soon be the place to be every Saturday morning. 

Nebraska abortion initiative with the most votes would become law, if voters pass more than one

Nebraska abortion initiative with the most votes would become law, if voters pass more than one

Nebraska voters could face an unusual result from a November election that is likely to see multiple — and possibly dueling — ballot initiatives.

Class C and D Nebraska High Schools making significant preparations for new basketball rule this winter

Class C and D Nebraska High Schools making significant preparations for new basketball rule this winter

With high school sports finished for this school year, many schools all across Nebraska are preparing for a 35-second shot clock coming to boys and girls basketball in Classes C and D, which has some ecstatic, and others still voicing their concerns.

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Military labs do the detective work to identify soldiers decades after they died in World War II

Latest deadly weather in US kills at least 18 as storms carve path of ruin across multiple states

At least 7 dead in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas after severe weather roars across region

Forecasters warn Oklahoma may see dangerous tornadoes as Texas bakes in record heat

Bird flu virus detected in beef from an ill dairy cow, but USDA says meat remains safe

More severe weather moves through Midwest as Iowa residents clean up tornado damage

Ex-day care worker convicted in death of 1-year-old girl left in van on scorching day

Gov. Kim Reynolds praises FEMA, seeks tornado disaster declaration after 202 homes destroyed

Hastings track coach Dave Johnson wins inaugural Dale and Brad Feeken Memorial Coaching Award

Shrine Bowl South Team unites around shared competitive drive

Olympic athletes host throwing camp, teach technique, life lessons

Kimball students participate in Track Camp

Class C and D Nebraska High Schools making significant preparations for new basketball rule this winter

Eagles run fast again, but don’t qualify for finals

Shrine Bowl players bond early, get crash course on meaning of the game

Eagles notes: Grasis named First Team All-Conference

Two-story, year-round golf venue planned for Kearney’s Younes Campus

Shrine Bowl South Team unites around shared competitive drive

Shrine Bowl players bond early, get crash course on meaning of the game

Central Nebraska pursuit leads to two arrests, drug bust

Highway construction to begin near Pawnee City

Lincoln man shows Husker pride, through Husker-themed classic car

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Big Blue Bike Company works through first summer in business