Nebraska Speaker Rips Column Likening Lawmakers to Monkeys

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska's Speaker of the Legislature is condemning a newspaper column by a state senator that likened his colleagues to monkeys. Sen. Galen Hadley of Kearney said the articl... Read More

NORFOLK - On Wednesday, Norfolk Public Schools held an open house for their Alternatives for Success school, or AFS, that now has a new location. the AFS program was established in 1997 and helps numerous students that did not excel in a typical high... Read More

NORFOLK - Northeast Community College and four other community colleges in Nebraska have formed a consortium that is directed to better publicize and promote Career and Technical Education, or CTE. The goal is to boost enrollment of kids out of high ... Read More

COOK COUNTY - A national coalition of law enforcement agencies conducted a sting operation that led to 552 arrests – 522 would-be sex buyers (or “johns”) and 30 pimps or sex traffickers – Cook County Sheriff Thomas J. Dart announced today. ... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY, NE - Since February 2014, Nebraska City has been used to news, sports, weather and community event coverage delivered through radio, digitally on the station's website and a publication available to readers during the weekdays with Flo... Read More

FREMONT - Chocolate, stuffed animals and roses are the popular gifts that surface for Valentine's day. Though many area businesses display some more unique options. Store Manager at Fremont's Hy-Vee, Mike Christensen, is excited to show off some... Read More

WAYNE – A change may be coming to Wayne Community Schools (WCS) in the near future dealing with expansion and renovation. The WCS board of education will hold a public hearing on potential facility expansion Thursday, February 11 at the Wayne Jr... Read More

Barney is a former resident at the bus barn in Randolph. He is a young guy with lots of love and snuggles to give to anyone who will hold still long enough. This orange tabby would make a good family cat! He is up to date on all vaccinations and has ... Read More

LINCOLN - A measure inspired by a police chase that ended in a crash near Humphrey in 2008 has won first-round approval. Supporters overcame a filibuster Wednesday and voted 34-6 to advance Se. Dan Watermeyer's bill, which could give passengers in... Read More

Lincoln, NEB--  UPDATE: Lincoln Police say 70-year-old Judith Knight-Wurtele was found at a business in northeast Lincoln on Wednesday. Police say she is safe and will be reunited with her family.   Lincoln Police are currently sea... Read More

WAYNE – An opportunity for community members to meet new faculty members at Wayne State College will take place Wednesday, February 10. This will be the first of four Brown Bag presentations at Connell Hall Room 131 from noon till 12:50 p.m. ... Read More