Lincoln Police Department is investigating the shooting of two people at the Seacrest Field parking lot.
Pro-life rally held at the capitol building
The ruling was overturned Friday. 49 years after the landmark decision, the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade this Friday. Today, dozens gathered at the state capitol to celebrate the decision.
One person hospitalized after Friday evening crash near Crofton
One person was taken to an area hospital after a crash near Crofton.
North Platte Fire Department responds to fire near Camp Maranatha
The Maxwell Rural Fire & Rescue, Brady Rural, and North Platte Fire Department responded to a fire near Camp Maranatha and Maxwell on Saturday.
Rally at County City Building protests Supreme Court ruling
The decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade came down by the Supreme Court Friday morning, and those in opposition hit the streets in Lincoln making sure their voices were heard. The rally drew hundreds of people in Lincoln Friday evening.
Hundreds in Omaha protest Supreme Court abortion ruling
The rally began at five and after speeches in front of the memorial, the crowd made its way to Dodge
Celebrating culture, with Irish Dancing at the Homestead
Irish Dancing one of many forms of culture celebrated this weekend during Homestead Days...
Sarpy County inmate dies in jail
A Sarpy County inmate was found unresponsive Friday.
Husker Offensive Lineman, Nouredin Nouili, ineligible for 2022 Football season
Due to a failed drug test, Husker Offensive Lineman Nouredin Nouili announced on Saturday that he was ineligible for the 2022 season.
Norfolk Youth Theatre Camp introduces western-style themes for its performances
A northeast Nebraska theater camp introduces western themes during its annual youth theatre camp at Northeast Community College.
Council member facing protection order deadline
Protection order against Omaha City Council member Juanita Johnson followed a police report naming her as a " suspect" in a police domestic violence report
Lonestar Concert brings crowd to Norfolk Friday night
The anticipated Lonestar, Chris Cagle, and Luke Hupp concert took place Friday night in Norfolk outside at the Midtown Event Center.
Homestead Days Parade draws thousands to downtown Beatrice
Nearly 90 entries participate in annual celebration parade
Motorhome engulfs in flames, no injuries but total loss
Norfolk Fire Division responded to an early morning structure fire Saturday.
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NSP Junior Law Academy graduates 54 high school cadets
After a week of training, 54 cadets have completed the 52nd Junior Law Academy and they graduated Friday.
Ricketts in wait-and-see mode on potential special session
Gov. Pete Ricketts said he was happy with the Supreme Court's decision and that he will meet with Speaker of the Legislature Mike Hilgers to discuss how Nebraska will respond to the Supreme Court decision.
Inmate missing from community correctional facility in Omaha
A 30-year-old sentenced man removed his monitoring device and left the corrections center where he was held at.
Nebraska politicians react to Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade
Several Nebraska politicians gave their opinions on Friday's Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade.
Lower Elkhorn NRD partners with Nebraska Game and Parks to repair flood damages at Willow Creek
After the flood of 2019, the dam at the Willow Creek State Recreation Area (SRA) was left damaged and in need of repairs.
Omaha man sentenced for possession of child pornography
A 40-year-old man receives 36 months of imprisonment for possession of child pornography.
Kearney woman sentenced following federal drug conviction
A central Nebraska woman will spend the next year in prison after being sentenced on a federal drug conviction.
Harvard returns Standing Bear’s tomahawk to Nebraska tribe
A tomahawk once owned by Chief Standing Bear, a pioneering Native American civil rights leader, has been returned to his tribe after being housed for decades in a museum at Harvard University.
FEMA is issuing new flood insurance maps for Cheyenne and Deuel County
Cheyenne County is hosting a public open house at The Cheyenne County Community Center to provide up-to-date flood risk information to the county.
Nebraska Supreme Court denies appeal of death row inmate
The Nebraska Supreme court has denied the post-conviction appeal of a death row inmate who said his defense attorney was so inept that his right to a fair trial had been compromised.
Right at Home celebrates 3 years by giving back to the community
Right at Home hosts a charity event to celebrate its third anniversary.
Kimball announces holiday closures and when to let off fireworks
The City of Kimball offices, including the Library and Landfill, will be closed in observance of the Independence Day Holiday on Monday, July 4th.
Regents expand alcohol sales at South Dakota universities
South Dakota universities will begin to sell more alcohol at events next school year.
Flatwater Music Festival promises to continue growing in 15th year
One of Hastings’ premiere summer events starts up tonight.
LPD begins an investigation after a reported burglary
The Lincoln Police Department look into a burglary at a storage unit that happened the previous week.
LPD investigating handgun found near apartment
The Lincoln Police Department was called in for a handgun that was found laying on the ground.
Arrest made in Peru shooting
State patrol says Peru man fired twice after entering neighbor's property during a dispute
Trespassing leads to an arrest in Lincoln
The Lincoln Police Department arrested a 60-year-old man who was trespassing on a property for terroristic threats.
NWS says Cheyenne and Kimball County are in a severe drought
The National Weather Service out of Cheyenne Wyoming announced on Friday, June 24th that the dry weather from spring has led to worsening drought conditions across southeast WY and the Nebraskan panhandle.
Special session abortion fight starts now
Two months ago, pro-life forces could only manage 31 votes as they pushed for a “trigger bill” which would have outlawed abortion in Nebraska when Roe v Wade was overturned; 33 votes were needed.
NPD: Norfolk man found passed out, arrested for cocaine possession
The Norfolk Police Division responded to a call that led to an arrest early Friday morning.
Person airlifted after rollover crash south of Waverly
One person is in the hospital after a rollover car accident in Southeast Nebraska.
UNK freshman Liana Jablonski wins national award for digital design
Liana Jablonski is only a freshman, but she’s already making a name for herself in the advertising and design world.
A long, winding recovery: Long COVID taking toll on Omaha woman
Cindy Vanek was supposed to be recovering from COVID-19, but something was wrong.
Sedan side-swipes boy on bicycle
Sheriff says teen was riding on Highway 63
Thunderstorms hug Nebraska-Kansas line, early Friday
Bouts of heavy rain, but no severe weather
How livestock deal with extreme heat
As temperatures have been warming up across Nebraska, humans aren’t the only ones feeling the effects.
Fan surprised with backstage passes ahead of concert
As the city of Norfolk prepares for the upcoming concert featuring Luke Hupp, Chris Cagle, and Lonestar, one lucky fan was selected to receive a very special prize.
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band bringing 56 years of hits to NEBRASKAland Days
Legendary country band opens for Miranda Lambert this weekend.
Commissioner Says Extension Office Important Part Of Dawes County
Dawes County Commissioner Jake Stewart told News Channel Nebraska radio partners, KSCR News, on Thursday that contrary to rumors that have been circulating in recent weeks, the Dawes County Extension office isn’t going anywhere.
Two Lincoln men sentenced on separate federal drug charges
Two Lincoln men were sentenced on separate drug charges, both of which involved fentanyl, in federal court on Thursday.
Retired librarian, history expert named Grand Marshal of Homestead Days Parade
Laureen Riedesul has contributed greatly to preserving and recognizing the history of Beatrice and Gage County
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Chadron Fire Department battles fire on Old Country Club Road
The Chadron Fire Department responded to a grease fire at a home on Old Country Club Road late Thursday afternoon.
Police looking for fugitive last seen in northwest Kearney
Kearney Police are trying to find a wanted man who they say ran from officers late Thursday morning.
'I did not even know there was an election': 1st district special election nears
Late June is not normally a time that Nebraskans head to their local polling place, but that is exactly what some in the state are preparing to do next week.
Northeast named Ag Business of the Year by Norfolk, Madison Chambers
Northeast Community College has been recognized for its work in agriculture during an event that celebrates the number one industry in the region.
Bridging Forward program aims to reduce poverty by 30% in South Central Nebraska
Non-profit leaders in South Central Nebraska are tired of a transactional attitude towards public assistance.
Plattsmouth man killed in collision north of town
Rural Plattsmouth teenager transported to hospital for evaluation
Richardson County raises salaries for jail staff
Commissioners agree on law enforcement contract with Humboldt
Unadilla Days on Saturday
Events include horseshoes, slip and slide, pollinator session and Dirty Boots band
'Pushing on the accelerator:' Fairbury removing old housing in hopes of new development
FAIRBURY, NE — In Fairbury, it’s out with the old and in with the new.
Defense challenges stop that yielded 10 lbs meth
Lawyer says deputy followed car into Iowa on a speeding violation and did not have jurisdiction to conduct a narcotics investigation
One person injured in two-vehicle crash on Highway 275 in Norfolk
Thursday afternoon two cars collided, reportedly resulting in one minor injury.
Severe weather possible Thursday evening over southeast Nebraska, northeast Kansas
The National Weather Service is keeping an eye on the chances for severe weather Thursday afternoon.
Northeast Kansas accident kills Junction City couple
Kansas Highway Patrol reports pickup went off road and struck a bridge
Fire officials respond to a wind turbine mishap
A wind turbine in Sterling haphazardly bent in half.
‘Careless disposal of smoking materials’ sparked Omaha house fire near I-80
The Omaha Fire Department said smoking materials were to blame for a house fire in the southwest part of the city Wednesday.
Dizzy: The Pet of the Week
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