Northeast Community College President Speaks Out Against Tax Plan

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 Linc... 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

NORFOLK – Area residents had a chance to learn more about the Affordable Care Act Monday night in Norfolk. The Center for Rural Affairs with assistance from the Elkhorn Logan Valley Public Health Department and Northeast Community Action Partner... Read More

OMAHA -- United States Attorney Deborah R. Gilg announced the unsealing of a 5 count Indictment charging Mauro Torres-Castro age 38, Alicia Martinez age 23, and Ashley O'Flaherty age 23, all of Columbus Nebraska, with various narcotics offenses inclu... Read More

PIERCE - A Nebraska police department is saying out with the old and in with the new when it comes to two new squad cameras in their police cars. For roughly two decades the Pierce Police Department have been using cameras in their vehicles. Last ... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A new report says Nebraska irrigators used 30 percent less water last year compared to 2014 across a wide swath of the state. Water use averaged 7 inches per acre in 2014, compared to 10.1 inches the previous year. Terry... Read More

LINCOLN (AP) — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission says it will receive $1.2 million in federal grants over the next five years to help private landowners improve grasslands and croplands for wildlife habitat and agriculture production. The ... Read More

SCHUYLER --- A pick-up stiolen from a Sioux City car dealer's driveway last night, was recovered in an open field north of Schuyler on Highway 15 and Road "J" mid-morning Monday. Colfax County Attorney Denise Kracl said the inital call came in as ... Read More

SCHUYLER - A Schuyler Elementary School was on lock down Monday morning. Fishers 24 Elementary School initiated a self-imposed lock down around 9 A.M., after a truck that had been seen driving erratically, was abandoned near the school. Colfax ... Read More