Washington, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse issued the following statement regarding the second impeachment trial of President Donald Trump:
Ernst: I withdrew my name from consideration.
Denver public school teachers vote to strike as early as January 28th
Jean Templin speaks at the Denver Women's March
U.S. Sen. Deb Fischer hopes her track record convinces Nebraskans to vote to re-elect her as she campaigns across the state.
Marvin “Butch” Hughes believes he is still the man for Hastings.
Even though he has served on the Adams County Board of Supervisors for nearly two years, Leland “Lee” Hogan is seeking his first election.
A livestock confinement operation near Roseland that focuses on swine genetics has received approval from the Adams County Planning and Zoning Commission for a proposed expansion that would bring the operation to 7,250 animals.
Michael Meyer believes Adams County can be run more efficiently, so he decided to run for the County Board of Supervisors.
Service is a driving principle for Willis Hunt and has led him to run for the District 7 seat on the Adams County Board of Supervisors.
Candidates running for Hastings City Council seats in Wards 3 and 4 answered a wide range of questions Monday during a forum organized by the Hastings League of Women Voters.
The city of Hastings is receiving $850,000 to help spur workforce housing in the community.
Christopher Maunder hopes to help improve road and energy infrastructure in Hastings.
Eldon Orthmann believes the Adams County government is running smoothly and he is worthy of a fourth term on the Adams County Board of Supervisors.
With his experience running a business and the Hastings Planning Commission, Chuck Rosenberg believes he is the best candidate to represent central Hastings on the Hastings City Council.
Every country is entitled to its national interests and agenda but instead of deepening divisions when differences are evident, countries should sit down together and find common problems where the countries are agreeable in order to resolve the divisions.
These are the people that were making headlines and piqued your interested in 2017.
President Donald Trump attended the final round of the Presidents Cup golf tournament at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, New Jersey, and dedicated the winning trophy to hurricane victims, mentioning specifically that the situation in Puerto Rico is "horrible" but "under control."
President Donald Trump on Sunday again mocked North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and said Secretary of State Rex Tillerson should not bother trying to negotiate with him in an effort to stop the country's development of nuclear weapons.
White House budget director Mick Mulvaney dismissed critics of the Trump administration's proposed tax overhaul, saying a detailed analysis wouldn't be possible until the full plan is crafted.