Local Television Coverage Now in Nebraska City and Surrounding Areas

NEBRASKA CITY, NE - Since February 2014, Nebraska City has been used to news, sports, weather and community event coverage delivered through radio, digitally on the station's website and a publication... Read More

LINCOLN - A measure inspired by a police chase that ended in a crash near Humphrey in 2008 has won first-round approval. Supporters overcame a filibuster Wednesday and voted 34-6 to advance Se. Dan Watermeyer's bill, which could give passengers in... Read More

Lincoln, NEB-- Lincoln Police are currently searching for 70-year-old Judith Knight-Wurtele. At 6 a.m. Wednesday morning, a family member awoke to find Judith left sometime during the night. Judith has been diagnosed with dementia. She is visiting... Read More

WAYNE – An opportunity for community members to meet new faculty members at Wayne State College will take place Wednesday, February 10. This will be the first of four Brown Bag presentations at Connell Hall Room 131 from noon till 12:50 p.m. ... Read More

COLUMBUS - A Columbus woman is facing drug charges following a dispute and traffic stop Saturday evening. Columbus Police Officer Santiago Velasquez says the police department responded to a report of a dispute between two apartment owners late Sa... Read More

LINCOLN - The Shada family acreage lies just one mile outside the Pierce, Nebraska, school district. One mile is all that stands between them and hope. While the Shada family was able to option enroll their son, Kendall, in the Pierce public schoo... Read More

WAYNE – There was a special meeting held Tuesday morning to make up an item from the Wayne County Board of Commissioners regularly scheduled meeting last week. Phil Lorenzen, D.A. Davidson & Co. attended the meeting dealing with the Chiefs W... Read More

NROFOLK - The Norfolk Public Schools are taking part in Norfolk’s 150th Anniversary Celebration. Students from all levels elementary to high school are participating in making a book that highlights different aspects of the city, something that 8t... Read More

COLUMBUS - The Columbus Animal Control office has moved to a new location, and officers say they are enjoying their new home. Lead Animal Control Officer Donna Winig says the office has moved to the old Gene Steffy showroom, which was recently pur... Read More

COLUMBUS - Platte County Emergency Management will be sending out emergency warnings through a new system, following the boards approval Tuesday. Platte County Emergency Manager Tim Hofbauer says the system they are currently using runs through th... Read More

NORFOLK, NE — Adoption of the Transportation Innovation Act (LB960) was first introduced to the Nebraska Legislature back in January. On February 16, that bill will be heard before the Appropriations Committee. Chairman of 4 Lanes 4 Nebraska Jo... Read More