Nebraska State Patrol Gets Another Big Marijuana Bust

Nebraska State Patrol get their second big marijuana bust this week. At approximately 1:50 P.M. Thursday afternoon, a state trooper pulled over a 2017 Dodge Caravan near Beaver Crossing. Upon appro... Read More

McLaughlin To Resign As Head Girls Basketball Coach

WAYNE – In a release from Wayne Community Schools, the Wayne High School Athletic Department has received the resignation of Lindsay McLaughlin as head girls basketball coach. Lindsay McLaughlin posted an overall record of 35-16 (.686) in her tw... Read More

Nebraska State Patrol Tips For Blizzard Travel

The impending spring blizzard has all law enforcement agencies all over Nebraska bracing for a long weekend. Some regions of Nebraska are even expecting up to 18 inches of snow, however it isn’t the accumulation that has Nebraska State Patrol Ca... Read More

Nebraska Voter Registration Gets Extended

Nebraskan's are going to have more time to register to vote this election after lawmakers voted to extend the deadline. The decision was unanimously approved.  Citizens can now complete and submit voter registrations electronically until midnight... Read More

Northeast Nebraska Co-op Avoids Disaster

Workers at a Northeast Nebraska co-op are thankful that a fire didn’t turn any worse than a smolder today. Both Howell’s Volunteer Fire Department and Clarkson’s Volunteer fire department responded to the call and quickly extinguished the th... Read More

The Beaumont Event & Concert Hall To Open Their Doors For Community Members

  WAYNE –The Beaumont Event & Concert Hall held their first of many firsts this past weekend with a wedding. Now, community members are invited to a Venue Showcase this Friday and Saturday. The first wedding was held on Saturday,... Read More

Politicians in Nebraska React to Paul Ryan Stepping Down

WASHINGTON (AP) — House Speaker Paul Ryan announced Wednesday he will retire rather than seek another term in Congress, sending ripples through Washington. The Wisconsin Republican cast the decision to end his 20-year career as a personal one, s... Read More

ColorFULL Run To Support Mercy Meals, Early Registration Open

WAYNE – Come walk, jog or run to end hunger during a ColorFULL run in late April hosted by a Wayne State College sorority. Theta Phi Alpha is currently accepting registration for the ColorFULL run to be held at Victor Park just off Highway 15 on... Read More

Two Norfolk Districts Get an Opportunity at Future Investments

On Monday, the U.S. Department of treasury confirmed that  two districts in Norfolk would be designated as Opportunity Zones.  Norfolk City Administrator Andy Colvin explains just how they were selected. "Each state can designate a certain nu... Read More

Former Norfolk Man Extradited Back To Nebraska to Stand Trial

A former Norfolk man is back in custody in Nebraska after being extradited from Kansas. According to a news release by the Stanton County Sheriff's' office, Paul Lovell, could face life in prison if convicted of First Degree Assault of a Child, st... Read More

Wildcat Film Festival Success For Wayne State Area Students

WAYNE – The first Wildcat Spirit Film Festival was hosted by the Wayne State College Electronic Media program recently which drew over 120 entries from all over the continental United States. On Thursday, April 5 a pair of Sioux City students we... Read More