PLATTSMOUTH – Mayor Paul Lambert on Monday evening said that he is glad the recall effort against him is over.
Loyola's Sister Jean celebrates her 100th birthday.
Milwaukee police pull over three men who are riding scooters on a highway because they say that's what their GPS told them to do.
For more than a year, the taxpayer-funded insurance pool protecting nearly 170 political subdivisions in Nebraska has been at the center of a power struggle between dueling boards of directors.
This looks like the feature race that will dominate Nebraska's 2020 primary election nine months from now.
A Florida woman has sued an Omaha doctor for allegedly fondling her while she was anesthetized during a 2017 knee surgery.
A 23-year-old Lincoln man died of an apparent suicide at the end of a standoff with law enforcement in Sherman County that lasted for more than two hours Monday evening.
They took a drive from the photographer’s house near Denton on Saturday.
Animals at Denver Zoo keep cool as the area's hit by record-breaking hote temperatures
A 32-year-old Omaha woman faces three felony charges for allegedly passing a balloon of synthetic marijuana to an inmate at the Lincoln Correctional Center during a visit.
A longtime Nebraska banker who spent more than a decade serving on the board of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has died.
Four moms of young women confined to the Youth Rehabilitation and Treatment Center in Geneva said Monday that with all the trauma their daughters have experienced in a place that was supposed help them, they want them back home as soon as possible.
Heavy rain, thunder and lightning batter the streets of Millow, Iowa, and leave a trail of destruction behind the following morning.
The National Weather Service to conduct storm surveys in Iowa after overnight storms in several counties.
The city of Hastings soon will have four rest, rehydrate and recharge stations along the Pioneer Spirit Trail.
Parents plead for help after son's body found in abandoned store 10 years later
They stand quietly with their signs as shoppers file into the College View Farmers Market, carrying coffee cups and cloth bags soon to be filled with tomatoes and sweet corn, onions and peppers and pastries.
A Massachusetts man stopped on Interstate 80 near Milford last year with more than 1,600 pounds of THC edibles, THC wax and some marijuana was sentenced to jail time and three years of probation Monday in Seward County District Court.
An Illinois man died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound Sunday evening along Interstate 80 in western Nebraska, according to the Nebraska State Patrol.
The search for state revenue to fund local property tax relief broadened Monday with a suggestion by Sen. Lou Ann Linehan of Elkhorn that the Legislature might want to revisit a 2011 decision to dedicate a quarter-cent of the state's sales tax rate to road construction.
The Department of Health and Human Services moved the 24 remaining residents at the Youth Rehabilitation and Treatment Center in Geneva to the center at Kearney, CEO Dannette Smith announced Monday.
More than two dozen volunteers of all ages turned out for the third annual Lincoln Tennis Volunteer Day Saturday morning. Helpers swept, taped and repainted lines on the two courts at Densmore Park, located off South 14th Street. A crew from Lincoln Parks and Recreation led the construction and installation of a new backboard.
A proposal that would separate public and private schools into their own KSHSAA sanctioned state championships has been submitted to the association by the Frontier League and will be on the agenda for the KSHSAA Board of Directors meeting on Sep. 18.
Teen football player in St. Louis is the latest child to be killed in a shooting
Three Nebraska football players may have dodged pot charges this summer. Not because they're Huskers, but because the Lancaster County Attorney's office is still trying to figure out a new Nebraska hemp law and what to do with marijuana possession charges.
Mike Flood's entry into the 2020 legislative race in Norfolk's 19th District is good news.
Amber Alert issued for 16-year-old girl last seen in Crown Point.
This is a big one.
Back when Susan Seacrest was running the Groundwater Foundation — the organization she started at her kitchen table in 1985 — her husband threatened to tape a sign on her back when they went out in public.
Dozens of athletes who have lost a limb or more attended a clinic to help improve their skills and confidence.
Husband calling contest held at the Iowa State Fair on Friday
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Farmers in Wyoming and Nebraska affected by an irrigation tunnel collapse are losing hope their crops will be salvageable.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Omaha police say a motorcyclist has died after he and a car collided while trying to merge into the same lane on Interstate 80.
Kraig Lofquist accomplished a goal recently that sent him running around the world.
WISCONSIN JALISA ADAMS-FRISON BABY ABANDONED HOMELESS SHELTER KENOSHA
Milwaukee music group plays at rime scenes where something traumatic has happened just hours before
Oceans of Fun in Kansas City, Missouri, plans to build Riptide Raceway, the longest mat racing slide in the Midwest. It will debut next summer.
Matt Wallen has resigned as director of Children and Family Services at the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services.
The state's residential rehabilitation and treatment center in Geneva has reached a crisis point as a result of conditions at the center, and several youth were moved or discharged this week to bring the population down.
A racist sign that roiled the central Nebraska community of Ord is being taken down.
A 37-year-old Broken Bow man got 10 years in federal prison Thursday for cyberstalking.
A Beatrice man got six years of probation on federal weapons charges, but he also will have to spend 15 consecutive weekends incarcerated and serve 150 hours of community service.
Former Speaker of the Legislature Mike Flood of Norfolk announced Friday that he will be a candidate for the Legislature in 2020.
Both the state and local unemployment rates rose in July compared with a year ago.
The City of Chicago presents The Chicago Air and Water Show.
Two officers escape major injury after crash of police helicopter in Nebraska
Chicago police find 60-guns in a home on the west side of the city.