Santee Sioux Tribe Holds Substance Abuse Summit

NIOBRARA - Meth. A narcotic that is causing issues across the country, across the state, and in our own backyard. The impact can be seen the hardest on tribal communities on reservations everywhere. T... Read More

NORFOLK - One person is injured after a near head-on crash east of Norfolk Friday. Stanton County Sheriff Mike Unger says it happened around 5 p.m. Friday just west of Highway 35 on Eisenhower Avenue. Unger says a westbound car, driven by 16-year ... Read More

COLUMBUS - If you happen to see a duck flopping around the aisles of Tractor Supply Co. in Columbus, don't be alarmed. It's just Lucky. Kirstin Chaulk, who works at Tractor Supply, has been bringing Lucky the duck to the store since she got the d... Read More

WAYNE - Wayne State College inaugurated their 13th President on Friday afternoon. Dr. Marysz Rames was selected by the Nebraska State College System Board of Trustees last June, but has spent the year learning about the campus and how she can best se... Read More

OMAHA - Dozens of kids at the Children's Hospital in Omaha are a tad warmer after Friday. Sammy Superheroes, a cancer-fighting charity based in Columbus, handed out 'Binkees for Comfort' blankets to little ones battling illness at the Children's... Read More

NORFOLK - Now that the question of 'does human trafficking happen in Nebraska?' has been definitely answered, the next question is 'how do we prevent it?' according to Nebraska's Assistant Attorney General. Steven Patrick O'Meara, who also serves as... Read More

NORFOLK, NE — in 1872, one the first Arbor Day, one million trees were planted right here, in Nebraska alone.  Today, one more was planted outside Washington Elementary. In honor or Arbor Day, about 50 first graders assisted in planting a t... Read More

FREMONT - High school students from across the area gathered Friday morning to celebrate their success inside and outside the classroom. The 2016 Outstanding High School Leaders Awards luncheon recognized 50 high school juniors from Fremont, ... Read More

COLUMBUS - Rescue crews responded to the scene of a two vehicle accident after a van and truck collided Friday. A Columbus police officer on scene said a Red Ford F-150 was facing northbound at the intersection of 30th Avenue and 23rd Street, when... Read More

COLUMBUS - A Columbus resident is out $500 after a scam call from a person claiming to be with the IRS. Columbus Police officials says an area resident reported the caller instructed them to buy $1,000 in gift cards, followed by relaying the gift ... Read More

WAYNE – Dr. Marysz Rames hosted Friday morning Chamber Coffee from Gardner Hall on the campus of Wayne State College. President Rames began her work as the 13th President for Wayne State College last July and after serving a year in the position... Read More