Columbus Man Sentenced 12-15 Years for Incest

COLUMBUS - A 46-year-old was sentenced to 12-15 years in Platte County District Court on Friday for incest. The Columbus man, who is not being named to protect the victim, plead no contest to the ... Read More

LINCOLN - The Nebraska Supreme Court has ruled that hay grinders can count as commercial vehicles. The high court issued its ruling in the case of Karry Neisius of Pilger. Neisius was convicted of operating a commercial vehicle without a CDL in Di... Read More

TECUMSEH - The Nebraska Attorney General’s Office is prosecuting two cases on arson charges following the last May’s riot at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution. Lenaris Brown, 24, and Kyle L. Croghan, 26, are charged with felony arson... Read More

PLAINVIEW - Voters in Plainview once again will have to adjust their voting plans next week. Pierce County Election Commissioner Shannon Wragge says the polling station in Plainview has been moved to the Plainview Public Library on N. Pine Street.... Read More

SOUTH SIOUX CITY, Neb. (AP) - Nebraska regulators have approved plans for a horse track and simulcast wagering facility at the site of the former Atokad Downs in South Sioux City. On Thursday the Nebraska Racing Commission granted a license for So... Read More

BEATRICE, Neb. (AP) - A July trial has been scheduled for a man accused of abusing a patient while working at the Beatrice State Developmental Center. Shawn Ebeling, 37,  pleaded not guilty Thursday in Gage County District Court. His trial is set... Read More

NORFOLK, NE — Today is National Day of Prayer with a national theme of "Wake Up America.” Here in Norfolk, the Victory Road Evangelical Free Church had a prayer event to pray for our community and nation. Pastor Michael Vincent says this praye... Read More

NORFOLK, NE — Thursday couldn’t have been a more gorgeous day for loading plants into the Chuck Polman Ag Complex. Christ Lutheran’s 12th annual plant sale fundraiser is under way as kids from grades 5-8 took the day off school to help load ... Read More

WAYNE – It was a great day to be outside Thursday and Wayne Elementary Students took advantage of it in the morning/late afternoon to participate in Bike to School Day. Over 100 kids rode their bikes, not counting parents or adult volunteers, to... Read More

FREMONT - In a Facebook post on Thursday, Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse called for a third option in the presidential race. Sasse who has been outspoken about the election for some time, says in a post on his Facebook page, "This is America. If bo... Read More

BATTLE CREEK - A fire destroyed a barn housing chickens south of Battle Creek early Thursday afternoon as area crews arrived on scene. The fire broke out shortly before 1 p.m. with the Battle Creek Fire Department, Madison Volunteer Fire Departmen... Read More