Nebraska Senators React To Chambers' Comments Comparing Police to ISIS

LINCOLN, NE - Nebraska Senators are speaking out against the comments made by Senator Ernie Chambers. Senator Brett Lindstrom said " I no longer want my name associated with a senator who would mak... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - A well-known Nebraska senator is facing more criticism for comparing police to a terrorist group, and one lawmaker is calling for his resignation. The backlash continued Thursday against Sen. Ernie Chambers following comments ... Read More

COLUMBUS - A Columbus man is facing multiple felony charges for allegedly creating counterfeit currency. Brian J. Dieter, 36, waived his preliminary hearing in Platte County Court Thursday morning and has been bound over to District Court. The... Read More

LINCOLN - A bill to allow Northeast Community College to purchase a tract of land on the campus of the Norfolk Regional Center has passed its first reading. Lawmakers voted 42-0 to advance the bill passed its first round of debate Wednesday. The b... Read More

LINCOLN - Governor Pete Ricketts has called for Senator Ernie Chambers to issue a public apology following controversial comments. Chambers is facing criticism for comparing police to a terrorist group. Chambers says he will not apologize for the... Read More

NELIGH - A Neligh couple is being sued by Bold Nebraska over proceeds from alcohol sales at last year's Harvest the Hope Concert. The lawsuit was filed in Antelope County District Court on Monday. It asks for $25,000 in damages against Colleen and... Read More

LINCOLN -- Nebraska voters could once again decide whether to let lawmakers serve an extra four years in office under a proposal in the Legislature. Lawmakers began debate Wednesday on a ballot measure that would allow future senators to serve up ... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A Nebraska senator facing criticism for comparing police to a terrorist group is defending his comments, despite calls for an apology. Sen. Ernie Chambers of Omaha said Wednesday he would not apologize for the statements he ... Read More

NELIGH -- On the same day that her father-in-law, an Antelope County Supervisor, plead no contest to a theft charge, the pretrial conference involving a former village clerk arrested on theft charges totaling more than $30,000 from the Village of Oak... Read More

WAYNE - With graduation approaching for many college students, finding that first post-college job isn’t always the easiest proposition. The transition gets a little easier thanks to career fairs, such as the one held by Wayne State College on W... Read More

Lincoln, NE - The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office is warning people about a scam that targets taxpayers trying to file their 2014 return. Sheriff Terry Wagner says when victims try to file, the Internal Revenue Service informs them that they al... Read More