OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A Wild-West-like crime called “cattle rustling” appears to have resurfaced. Authorities say three Omaha residents are suspected of stealing cattle from Northeast Nebraska ... Read More

WASHINGTON (AP) — Herding cattle. Counting fish. Taking an animal's temperature. Applying pesticides. The president of the National Farmers Union says that when it comes to drones, "your imagination can go pretty wild in terms of what would be p... Read More

COLUMBUS - A Columbus man facing felony child abuse charges is making his first appearance in court Wednesday morning. Court documents state that 24 year-old Ryan Roberts appeared before Platte County Court Wednesday morning at 10:30 A.M. Rober... Read More

NORFOLK - Buzzer beaters are starting to become a nightly occurrence in Northeast Nebraska. Norfolk Catholic had two on Tuesday night. The Knights played host to the O'Neill Eagles, coming into the contest 7-9 on the year. David Engelhaupt kick... Read More

NORFOLK - Northeast Community College's president is speaking out against a measure that would lower the amount of property taxes community colleges could levy. Dr. Michael Chipps testified in Lincoln Monday against LB144, a bill by Sen. Al Davis ... Read More

NORFOLK - When it comes to using the three roundabouts in Norfolk, some folks may find themselves confused. Officer Sean Soderberg of the Norfolk Police Division first explains the steps of properly entering and exiting the two-lane roundabout on ... Read More

WAYNE - The blizzard affecting New England may be hundreds of miles away, but it is affecting a Northeast Nebraska college. Officials at Wayne State College say that they've had to delay their search for a new school president because of travel re... Read More

MADISON - Madison County officials say their brine truck used to de-ice the roads is unsafe, and needs to be replaced. The Madison County Commissioners Tuesday approved a motion to bid for a replacement to the current brine truck, which Commission... Read More

NORFOLK - Balancing school, work, and raising a child can be rewarding and also challenging for teen moms, but for young mothers in Norfolk finding a daycare just became a little easier. The Teen Mom Infant Childcare program at the Christ the Serv... Read More

LINCOLN – Ag producers who are experiencing problems herbicide resistant weeds will have an opportunity to get help dealing with problem weeds and insects. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is holding a series of herbicide and insecticide resis... Read More

COLUMBUS - Police are currently investigating the theft of multiple electronics, from Kendallwood Apartments. Police reports say a Droid Tablet and a Samsung Laptop were taken from a residence in Kendallwood Apartments on the 2500 block of 29th Av... Read More