2nd Creston Wind Farm Complete, Current Power Generation Above LPPD Expectations

CRESTON - Loup Power officials say the power generated by local wind farms has been above expectations, and the 2nd Creston Wind Farm project was just completed. Loup Power President Neal Suess say... Read More

25th Airfest Turns Norfolk's Attention Skyward

NORFOLK - Thousands of Northeast Nebraskans had their eyes in the sky Saturday afternoon, watching death-defying stunts in the air. The 25th Annual Nebraska Airfest was held at the Norfolk Regional Airport on Saturday. Organizers say the thousand... Read More

Fischer Kicks-Off Re-election, Still Studying Health Care Bill

US Senator Deb Fischer, delivered an emotional speech that brought her to tears GRAND ISLAND, Neb. - US Senator Deb Fischer officially announced her candidacy for re-election on Saturday, but was reluctant to discuss her upcoming vote on the Sena... Read More

Norfolk Man Found With Knife, Lock Picks After Running From Police

NORFOLK - Police say a Norfolk man ran from them while holding a knife after a traffic stop on Thursday. Norfolk Police Capt. Michael Bauer says 24-year old Steven Armenta-Price was arrested Thursday afternoon. Capt. Bauer says an officer tried to... Read More

Vintage Planes Begin Arriving for Airfest

NORFOLK - The planes are beginning to arrive. The 25th Annual Nebraska Airfest gets underway in Norfolk with select events Friday evening. Part of Friday’s festivities included three World War II-era planes flying in formation with members of... Read More

New Program Brings Hope and Fitness to People with Parkinson's

WAYNE, NE — The tremors, stiff muscles and overall restlessness are what people with Parkinson's disease deal with everyday. For Randy Peterson, who was diagnosed with Parkinson seven years ago, boxing has helped. “I have boxing equipment i... Read More

State Patrol Under the Microscope Following NCN Investigation

Omaha, NE—Just days after a News Channel Nebraska investigation first reported questionable circumstances surrounding a deadly high speed state patrol chase, the patrol is getting a top to bottom "agency wide review." Gov. Pete Ricketts announci... Read More

Supreme Court Says Man Injured During Pursuit Can't Sue County

LINCOLN - The Nebraska Supreme Court says a Bassett man injured following a pursuit with Stanton County authorities cannot sue the county. The state's high court issued the ruling Friday in the case of Dillon Fales. Fales was ejected and injured f... Read More

Area Farmers and Businesses Celebrate at 3rd Annual Northeast Nebraska Ag Banquet

MADISON — Madison County Ag producers are trying to bridge the gap between the farm and the table. On Thursday evening, area farmers and ranchers interacted with local businesses at the 3rd Annual Northeast Nebraska Ag Banquet. Attendees ha... Read More

New Era of Banking Begins in Humphrey

HUMPHREY - An era is ending in Humphrey, while a new one is beginning, as Deb Herchenbach says goodbye,  and Tim Howard steps into the role of Community President at Bank of the Valley. Farmer State Bank was sold to Bank of the Valley roughly a ... Read More

First Music in The Park Honors First Responders

NORFOLK, NE — Music in the park kicked off Thursday, but it was different than most. The Norfolk Rotary Club decided to host a first responders dinner while they get to sit back and enjoy this week's music in the park. Stan Christensen from the ... Read More