Power outages keep linemen busy

CUMING COUNTY -- Cuming County Public Power District is reporting multiple power outages as freezing rain and ice impact power lines in northeast Nebraska. According to the Cuming County Public Pow... Read More

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ORCHARD - Two people are in jail following a multi-unit drug investigation. The Nebraska State Patrol says 41-year old Fred Beyer and 34-year old Sadie Eberhardt were arrested on Thursday. Law enforcement officials served a warrant on a residence ... Read More

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BLOOMFIELD, NE — Shane Greckel still has skin in the game. The fifth generation farmer from Bloomfield is running to fill term-limited Tyson Larson’s District 40 seat in the Unicameral.  He says he’s best fitted for the job because he’s sti... Read More

OMAHA, NE -- Well folks, winter hasn’t released us from her icy grasp just yet.   The National Weather Service has issued Winter Weather Warnings for some northeast Nebraska counties and Winter Weather Advisories for others.  The NWS says ice a... Read More

NORFOLK - Spring is approaching, but one of the downfalls of the warmer weather is potholes in the roads. Potholes are caused by the expansion and contraction of water underneath roadways during the winter, which creates holes on the driving surfa... Read More

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MADISON — The Norfolk woman convicted of causing the death of her four-year-old daughter will be spending decades in prison. Judge James Kube sentenced Carla Montoya to 55-75 years in jail at a District Court hearing on Thursday.  Montoya was fou... Read More

COLUMBUS  -  A proposed $25 million project will transform the land that currently houses the old Walmart, and could have a huge impact on west Columbus. WHO of Lincoln, is planning to redevelop the old Walmart and the land it stands on adding a... Read More

Omaha, NE.--- The Nebraska Governor’s race and the Nebraska Supreme Court are heading for a potentially politically charged showdown. Why? Because the Democratic Party’s arguably best chance of taking back the governor’s mansion in 20 years ... Read More