Month of May Likely to Begin With Snow on the Ground

OMAHA - Mother Nature doesn't seem to realize we're now six weeks into spring. The National Weather Service says some areas of northeast Nebraska could get five inches of snow Sunday night into Mon... Read More

More People Impacted by New Flow Meter Rules

NORFOLK, NE —A change to flow meter restrictions now means more people will be affected in the future. As part of The Lower Elkhorn Natural Resource District groundwater management plan, flow meter restrictions now apply to high-capacity wells, ... Read More

Clarks Man Wanted on Multiple Warrants for Beating GF, Felony Theft Case

CENTRAL CITY - A Clarks man is wanted on multiple warrants in multiple counties, including a warrant for allegedly beating up his girlfriend. Merrick County Sheriff John Westman says, 53-year-old, Michael Lange is wanted in Merrick County for 2nd ... Read More

20 Area Communities Recognized with Tree City USA Honor

LINCOLN -  A statewide effort to plant and care for trees, saw the recognition of 20 area communities in Lincoln. More than 100 total cities, colleges, and utilities were honored at the annual Tree City USA Recognition day, says a press release f... Read More

Malawian Ambassador to the U.S. Visits Northeast

NORFOLK, NE — It’s not everyday an ambassador flies in from Washington D.C. to Norfolk. Earlier this week, Malawian ambassador to the U.S., Edward Yakobe Sawarengera along with other dignitaries came to Norfolk for a sister cities signing cere... Read More

Semi Split in Half Near Emerson

EMERSON, NE (KTIV) - An accident caused a semi-truck to split in half near Emerson Wednesday. The accident happened on Highway 35 at about 10 a.m. Investigators say the driver lost control of his rig, and the 18-wheeler rolled off of the highway a... Read More

Man Found Not Mentally Fit to Stand Trial in Nebraska Death

DAKOTA CITY, Neb. (AP) — One of two men accused of killing another man in northeast Nebraska's Dakota County has been found mentally incompetent to stand trial. A judge on Wednesday ruled that Andres Surber will not stand trial, based on a state... Read More

Norfolk YMCA's Raise the Roof Campaign Ahead of Schedule

NORFOLK, NE -- In just six months time, the Norfolk YMCA raised $8.5 millions dollars, just shy of $1.5 million to reach the $10 million mark. Executive Director, Randy Hagedorn says the support they’ve received from the community and donors sh... Read More

Elementary Schoolers Learn Proper Tree-Planting Technique

HARTINGTON - Planting a tree is as easy as finding a place to dig a hole, right? Over 100 elementary schoolers from Hartington learned Wednesday that there is a lot more to it than that. Officials from NPPD hosted an Arbor Day tree-planting eve... Read More

Firefighters Attend Surviving Emotional Trauma Training Class

NORFOLK, NE — According to a survey done by CareerCast, being a firefighter is the second most stressful job. The first is being an infantry soldier. Firefighters and emergency personnel who work with traumatic scenes on a regular basis can ... Read More

Scammers Trying Again to Pose as Former Speaker Mike Flood

NORFOLK - For the second time, scammers are trying to pose as a former state senator to get money from unsuspecting residents. The Norfolk Police Division says that they have received reports of a caller posing as former Speaker of the Nebraska Le... Read More