Sasse hears testimony from Nebraska attorney general, others, on human trafficking and its financial impacts Tuesday
Sasse, the chairman of the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Subcommittee on National Security and International Trade Finance, was in Lincoln Tuesday for a hearing on human trafficking and its "Intersection with the Financial System.”
Fairbury's Jillian Caroon one of the very first to be admitted at UNL in 2020
Caroon is the first member of her immediate family to go to college. She plans to study finance at UNL. She participates in softball, wrestling, FFA, student council, National Honor Society and FBLA at Fairbury High School.
Geneva mayor Eric Kamler: recall attempt by 'recall committee' is 'absolutely ridiculous'
GENEVA - A committee of roughly 10 people who call themselves the 'Recall Committee' in Geneva are attempting to recall first-term mayor Eric Kamler. The 28-year-old Shickley native was elected mayor last November. He’s currently the youngest mayor
Recent business closures in Beatrice spark comments of despair, officials contend that city is growing rapidly
Risky's Sports Bar and Grill shut its doors permanently last week, sparking a lot of reaction throughout the community. Despite a string of recent business closures, city officials contend that Beatrice is still prospering.
Update: Arrest made in Saturday evening house fire in Kearney
Kearney Fire Personnel responded to 902 Central Avenue for reports of a structure fire. When crews arrived they saw smoke and flames coming out of two front windows. Crews started fighting the fire just after 8 p.m. and had it under control by 8:20 p.m.
Mayor Looking to Increase Street Repair Budget
Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert says she'll be asking the City Council for more money to fix the city's roads. The Mayor is not saying how much more, she's keeping that number under wraps until she releases her next budget later this month. As we reported earli
Aubrey Trail back in court Tuesday for the first time since outburst
WILBER - The last time Aubrey Trail was in the Saline County Courthouse on June 24, he shouted out, "Bailey (Boswell) is innocent and I curse you all!" After that, Trail took some kind of object and made slashes on the right side of his neck. Trail was es
Fireworks Complaints in Omaha Hit Four Figures
If you thought there were more than enough do-it-yourself fireworks shows in Omaha this fourth of July, you were right and we now have the numbers to prove it. Despite the city's decision to roll back the discharges from 10 days down to three, July 2nd th