Outhouse Float Returns to 4th of July Parade

NORFOLK - A man known for bringing a controversial float to the Norfolk 4th of July parade in 2014 brought it back this year. Hadar farmer Dale Remmich was once again an entrant in the Norfolk 4th ... Read More

Through social media, Go Shout Love is making a difference in many children's lives. Go Shout Love started up a little over a year ago, and features a different family every month who has a child suffering from a rare illness. It all began with three... Read More

COLUMBUS - A flock of tractors made its way to Columbus to kick off a town's special celebration. Over 150 community members drove their antique tractors from Creston Friday morning, beginning a weekend of festivities for the village, population ... Read More

NORFOLK - If you haven't been able to find Ron Stauffer or his team around Norfolk and you want to sign the petition to get the Death Penalty on the 2016 ballot, you're in luck. An office has been set-up on 1120 S. 13 st. in Norfolk. According to ... Read More

LINCOLN - Millions of Americans are expected to travel other Fourth of July weekend. AAA predicts more than 41-million Americans will go head on a summer road trip from July 1st to July 5th. Of those heading out of town, 85% are expected to driv... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY, NE - Country music artist, Jon Pardi will be celebrating the 4th of July in River Country. Pardi is the headliner for the Independence Day concert hosted by Three Hills Event Center in Nebraska City on Saturday. Pardi's single "Up ... Read More

NORFOLK - Volunteers are going to be spending their holiday weekend trying to get the death penalty issue on the 2016 ballot. Norfolk Sen. Jim Scheer has donated some office space on S. 13th Street to allow local volunteers to set up an office whe... Read More

COLUMBUS - The Nebraska State Patrol will be putting in extra hours on the road over the July 4th holiday in an effort to reduce the potential for serious injury and fatality crashes across the state. Beginning, Friday, July 3 and running through... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska health authorities have reported the state's first human case of West Nile virus for 2015. The Nebraska Health and Human Services Department said in a news release Thursday that someone who lives in the Central Dist... Read More

NORFOLK - Eating dinner by yourself can get a tad boring and if you're older, making the food could be quite a chore. So Home Instead of Norfolk decided to help out the elderly and create Sunday Dinner Pledge, a program that allows volunteers a chanc... Read More

COLUMBUS - A Columbus woman is facing felony fraud in Platte County Court after applying for, and accepting, benefits for children that do not live with her. Columbus Police Captain Todd Thalken says police officers responded to a Nuisance/Trash V... Read More