On Tuesday, August 25 the Runza Restaurant chain participated in their 13th annual "Great Books for Great Kids" fundraiser. This fundraiser focuses on instilling the importance of literacy and readin... Read More

WAYNE – Two of the three men accused of stealing an ATM from a northeast Nebraska bank will be sentenced this fall after admitting their involvement on Wednesday. Twenty-two year old Cody Murphree and 23-year old Jacob Christiansen, both of Norf... Read More

NORFOLK - U.S. Senator Deb Fischer of Nebraska says the U.S. can do better when it comes to a deal with Iran. Nebraska's senior senator was in Norfolk Tuesday and Wednesday as part of a statewide tour during the congressional recess. Fischer, who ... Read More

WAYNE - A two vehicle accident at 7th and Main Street in Wayne has slowed traffic on Highway 35. A Ford Fusion was rear-ended by a Dodge Charger east of the 7th and Main intersection, in front of Super Wash. The driver of the Fusion was taken to t... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A Brunswick native has been chosen as executive director of the Nebraska 150 Celebration that begins in 2017. Gov. Pete Ricketts and first lady Susanne Shore announced that Regan Anson will serve in the role. She began work ... Read More

NORFOLK - A Norfolk flooring manufacturer is pushing back against allegations that tried to conceal hazards from OSHA investigators. OSHA issued a news release Tuesday, announcing that MP Global of Norfolk has been placed in their severe violator ... Read More

WEST POINT – The West Point City Council will start a bidding process for paving improvements in two parking lots at the Nielsen Community Center. Council members looked at drawings of the proposed improvements for the Nielsen Community Center. ... Read More

NORFOLK - It didn't take long for Stanton County authorities to find out who was responsible for a crashed car that caught on fire in a ditch near Norfolk last Friday. Stanton County Sheriff Mike Unger says three Norfolk men have been cited follow... Read More

NORFOLK - Although she’s in her third year in Washington, Nebraska U.S. Senator Deb Fischer still relies on contacts in the state she’s made over the years as a school board member, state senator, and now U.S. Senator. It’s a relationship th... Read More

WAYNE - The Wayne City Council approved a request that will allow an exotic animal to call Wayne home. Cristy Jorgensen and her son Jace brought their hedgehog Spike to the meeting for the councils approval. Hedgehog's are considered exotic animal... Read More

COLUMBUS - Area leaders say Nebraska will be negatively affected if a proposed EPA ruling to lower ozone standards is passed, and U.S. Senator Deb Fischer conducted a field hearing with stakeholders to discuss the issue. The panel of four answer... Read More