Dick Cavett Returns to Nebraska, Visits Neihardt Historical Site

BANCROFT, NE — For the man who has interviewed everyone from Jimi Hendrix, to Groucho Marx to Marlon Brando, there’s one interview that was unlike any other.   “People had just never seen anyt... Read More

Omaha, NE—News Channel Nebraska has learned of a bold— some say risky—campaign strategy on the table in the Omaha mayor’s race. According to sources, the questionable game plan— finish second in the primary but win the general election... Read More

WAYNE – A day full of fun games, activities and scheduled events will take place at the Wayne Public Library Tuesday, February 21 from 4-7 p.m. Laura Ingalls Wilder, the author of the Little House Series will help celebrate the states 150th Birt... Read More

WAYNE – The Wayne City Council will meet for the second time during the month of February Tuesday night at 5:30 p.m. From the Wayne Senior Center, councilmembers will hear about 10 Resolutions from approving several items, accepting and awarding... Read More

WAYNE – The Wayne County Board of Commissioners will meet for their third time of the year Tuesday. From the Courthouse meeting room, at 9 a.m. Commissioners will go over their consent agenda and approve the regular addenda as well as the claims... Read More

GRAND ISLAND, Nebraska.- Officials say a new and improved plan is in the works for handing out handicapped parking permits in Grand Island. Instead of going to city hall the permits will now be available on the internet. Residents may obtain di... Read More

COLUMBUS - Columbus is one of the 8 places a Union Pacific Streamliner locomotive will be stopping during a three day "Whistle Stop Tour" that will celebrate Nebraska's 150. Columbus will be the first stop for the "Nebraska 150 Express" on Day 1 o... Read More

NORFOLK — It’s no secret that Rural Nebraska is losing population. But that issue brings forth a myriad of questions: What does declining enrollment mean for schools? How come Columbus is growing faster than Norfolk? How are towns adjusting to an... Read More

ALBION - Final plans are being made for the 7th Annual Boone County Home, Farm & Garden Show. The show will be held March 25th at the Boone County Fairgrounds in Albion from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. This year is promising to be better than ever, with a... Read More

BEATRICE - One of the feel good events of the year is now just over a month away. The third annual Beatrice Special Olympics vs. the Beatrice Police Department Basketball Scrimmage is set to be played on Saturday, March 25th. The game will take pl... Read More

COLUMBUS - With Fire Chief Dean Hefti's retirement approaching, the city council is looking to evaluate the fire departments current organizational structure. A resolution will go before the Columbus City Council on Tuesday, to form the Fire Depa... Read More