Don't Worry Be Happy And Relax

NORFOLK - On Friday, the Norfolk Public Library held an event  entitled "Don’t Worry, Be Happy". It highlighted relaxation techniques, and Sheri Sheriff, a physical therapist at Faith Regional, say... Read More

LINCOLN - The Supreme Court has upheld the first degree murder conviction of a Ewing man. The Nebraska Supreme Court Friday upheld the conviction in the case of Matthew Hinrichsen. Hinrichsen was convicted by a jury in 2013 of first degree murder ... Read More

MADISON - A Norfolk company is taking the Board of Adjustments to court over their decision to allow Our Savior's Lutheran Church to move into the former Eagle Distributing building. Vulcraft filed an appeal against the board this week in Madison ... Read More

COLUMBUS - A man is facing alcohol related charges after a hit and run left his vehicle totaled. Columbus Police Captain Todd Thalken says 43-year-old Shane Young was taken into custody for DUI 1st offense, and leaving the scene of an accident Thu... Read More

NORFOLK - The snow emergency is over in Norfolk. City officials announce that they lifted the snow emergency Friday morning. That means vehicles in town are now allowed to park on both sides of the street. The emergency was put in place at 5 p.... Read More

NORFOLK - Grocery stores have had a busy week, between Winter Storm Kayla and the upcoming Super Bowl, places like Hy-Vee in Norfolk have been seeing food fly off the shelves. Hy-Vee Human Resources Manager Vince Knight says that the storm made resto... Read More

SCHUYLER - Snow played a factor in a train-car collision Thursday. According to Colfax County Attorney Denise Kracl, Ali Dahir of Schuyler tried crossing the railroad tracks at 12th and B streets around 12:45 p.m. when his 2008 Chevy Impala got ... Read More

NORFOLK, NE — Now that Winter Storm Kayla is gone and over with, the city of Norfolk has continued their clean up efforts, even in spite of the wind. City of Norfolk Operations Manger, Jim Dooley says that city workers are cleaning the snow se... Read More

FREMONT - A longtime Fremont benefactor dies Wednesday in his home at the age of 88. The public remember Rupert Dunklau as a generous man with a heart for Fremont. He had passion for the local hospital, our hometown university and his church, Tr... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - A bill that would ban small, flame-powered paper air balloons in Nebraska is headed to a final vote in the Legislature. Senators gave the measure second-round approval Thursday with a voice vote. The bill's advocates say th... Read More

COLUMBUS - Even through the aftermath of winter storm Kayla, area producers were able to attend this year's Nebraska Farm and Life Expo being held at Ag Park Local Farm Director Susan Littlefield says the expo began on Wednesday and had a delayed... Read More