Vietnam Casualty's Hometown Corrected to Pender

PENDER, Neb. (AP) — The hometown of the first casualty listed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial has been corrected, thanks to a Nebraska woman's research. Pat Schoenfelder looked forward to seeing... Read More

OAKDALE - Throughout his career as a Cornhusker, Tyler Legate had to work for every opportunity, and on Saturday night he brought that message to Oakdale for the Oakdale Alumni Banquet. Legate says he was very fortunate to play when he did, as for... Read More

STATE TRACK TEAM TOTALS BOYS CLASS A 1. Creighton Preparatory School 86.000 2. Omaha Burke 59.000 3. Omaha North 54.000 4. Kearney 46.000 5. Grand Island 41.000 5. Papillion-La Vista South 41.000 7. Papillion-La Vista 35.000 8. Millar... Read More

NORFOLK - The 2015 Laugh and Half Marathon will be changing it's scenery this year, as the races will not be held in the middle of Norfolk. New this year, the runners will instead compete on the Cowboy Trail on the south side of Norfolk, starting ... Read More

HUMPHREY - Memorial Weekend is here and one family is urging the community to be safe as they prepare for outdoor activities. Five year old Sami Prorok and her family went camping at Lake Babcock towards the end of April, and due to a tick bite, S... Read More

LINCOLN - Nebraska Cattle on Feed numbers are on the rise according to a report from the USDA National Agriculture Statistics Service. Nebraska feedlots with 1,000 or more head of cattle contained 2.5 million cattle on feed as of May 1, which is a... Read More

COLUMBUS - A man is being cited for 3rd Degree Assault and Littering after throwing a bottle at a store clerk. Columbus Police Captain Todd Thalken says according to police reports, 23 year-old Ethan Straub entered BJs Tobacco & Candy Outlet t... Read More

COLUMBUS - As warmer weather approaches, there will be an increase of boats on Nebraska's waterways and with that, a potential increase in costly zebra mussels as a result. The Nebraska Public Power District and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commiss... Read More

COLUMBUS - Columbus Leadership Program Alumni are taking the afternoon to tour the recently renovated Ramada Inn and Rivers Edge Convention Center. Ten leadership program alumni got an in-depth look at the Ramada Inn as they look to finish constru... Read More

NORFOLK - A number of Northeast Nebraskans have been tabbed as future leaders of the State of Nebraska. The Nebraska Chamber of Commerce announced the 28 participants of their Leadership Nebraska class. Chamber officials say the classes were start... Read More

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Department of Agriculture is reminding farmers of an important deadline coming up next month regarding crop insurance. The USDA says farmers have until June 1 to file a Highly Erodible Land Conservation and Wetland Conservati... Read More