MAAD Bringing Multi-State Softball Tournament to Columbus

COLUMBUS - A multi-state athletic association that is focused on supporting deaf athletes, has chosen Columbus to host it's 59th, 36th, and 19th annual softball tournaments this summer. Columbus Ar... Read More

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. - A 26-year-old Wood River woman remains in the Hall County jail accused of auto theft. Janell Perez was spotted by police at West 3rd Street and N Broadwell allegedly driving a silver 1984 pick up truck tied to a Kearney robber... Read More

HASTINGS, Neb.- Hastings City Parks and Recreation Department opens competition for "5 Points Bank" Athletics for children ages 8-13 to be held on 4 May. All events take place on the Hastings High School track. This event is for boys and girls age... Read More

NORFOLK, NE — Aspiring journalist were honored for their work on Monday during the NSAA State Journalism championship in Norfolk. The event has been put on in Norfolk the last two years and Director of the Norfolk Area Sports Council, Mike Fu... Read More

COLUMBUS - A local church seems to be the focus for a group of graffiti artists who have continued vandalizing the building over and over again. The graffiti started back in early to mid January,  when 1C Church, as well as several other local bu... Read More

LINCOLN, Nebraska. - Three 19-year-olds have been arrested for assaulting and robbing another teen. The incident occurred in the Burger King parking lot in the  2805 block of  S. 48th St Saturday night. According to police, Omahans Kamiya Ke... Read More

AUBURN - Auburn Public Schools held a ribbon cutting Monday for a new greenhouse that highlights the district’s emerging agricultural education program. Ashton Bohling, who is leading the school’s third year of FFA, said the greenhouse provide... Read More

WAYNE – Around 45 students and their families were invited to the 14th Annual Celebration of the Arts put on by The Wayne Optimist Club Sunday afternoon. Every year since the 2003-04 school year The Wayne Optimist Club has hosted the event, this... Read More

GRAND ISLAND, Neb.- Three more cases of counterfeit bills occurred in the city over the weekend. They showed up at Casey's General Store (where gas was purchased) Walmart South and the Pump & Pantry. The cases involved two $20 bills with th... Read More

Kymica Hubbard was on the train at the Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium on Sunday afternoon when she went into labor. She told her mother she didn't think she could make it to the car before giving birth. She was right. She gave ... Read More

COLUMBUS- Watch as Mike Foley of the Saving Grace Ministry visits with the Columbus News Team.   For more information, contact Mike Foley at 402-276-0035, or via e-mail at    ...... Read More