Neighbors Told to Stay Inside During Manhunt

BATTLE CREEK, NE -- A suspect is at large and police have told residents to keep their doors locked. A manhunt was underway earlier Sunday evening in the Battle Creek area. The search has since bee... Read More

AG-ceptional Women’s Conference Delivers for Ninth Year

NORFOLK — The role of women on the farm doesn’t go overlooked in northeast Nebraska. The AG-ceptional Women’s Conference held its ninth annual event at the Lifelong Learning Center in Norfolk on Friday and continued to further its goal of educ... Read More

Stores and Consumers Prepare for Black Friday

NORFOLK — The holiday shopping frenzy is already underway. Christmas items hit the shelves in the first week of November at the Norfolk Target, but the heart of holiday shopping is Thanksgiving and Black Friday weekend. Target Store Manager A... Read More

Madison Man Pleads Not Guilty to Assault and Weapons Charge

NORFOLK – A Madison man accused of stabbing another man in Norfolk pleaded not guilty to the charges Friday in Madison County District Court. 34-year old James Kyriss is charged with felony assault and a weapons charge after he stabbed a man in ... Read More

Efforts to Bring Broadband to Hartington Honored

Our dependence on technology is ever increasing. “You think of smart phone, that’s one device. A laptop’s another device. How many tablets do the kids have? Do the kids have a gaming console where they’re playing online with somebody else?... Read More

Norfolk Area Unemployment Rate Unchanged

NORFOLK - Employment numbers in Norfolk are virtually unchanged over the past month. State labor statistics released Friday show that the Norfolk area's unemployment rate held steady at 2.2 percent in October. Specifically, the area comprised o... Read More

Polls Hit Fischer: Danger or Deja vu?

Omaha, NE.—Another day, another poll that finds Republican Sen. Deb Fischer struggling—but she's seen this movie before and liked the ending. News Channel Nebraska first reported a recent Morning Consult survey which found Fischer with a 45 pe... Read More

Game and Parks Plan to Release Pheasants in Madison and Platte Counties

LINCOLN — Upland game hunters will have more birds to chase in northeast Nebraska over the Thanksgiving weekend. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission announced in a news release today that it will release rooster pheasants at 14 wildlife manag... Read More

Motion in Montoya Case Taken Under Advisement

MADISON, NE — The Norfolk woman accused of child abuse resulting in the death of her own daughter last year was back in Madison County Court Thursday. Montoya appeared with her lawyer, Ron Temple after filing a motion to quash. Temple believes ... Read More

Keystone Pipeline Spills 210,000 Gallons of Oil in South Dakota

AMHERST, SD — Crews are working to clean up an oil spill from the Keystone Pipeline in northeast South Dakota on Thursday. A news release from pipeline-operator TransCanada indicates the company shut down the pipeline around 6:00 AM after detect... Read More

Leigh Man Accused in Sex Crime

SCHUYLER, Neb. -  A 39-year-old Leigh man stands accused of sexual assault after a family member told authorities he had inappropriately touched her on several occasions, over several years. According to court records: The girl told Colfax C... Read More