COLUMBUS - A Platte Center man is set to be sentenced on an amended meth charge in Platte County. Nathan Amos, 31, pled no contest to a class 4 felony for possession of methamphetamine, which was amended from a harsher charge of distributing meth,'... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY – The Otoe County Sheriff’s Office says a nationwide social media threat caused concern Thursday morning for Syracuse High School, but authorities say there is no credible threat for any school in Nebraska. Deputy Sgt. Joe Rehrs '... Read More

O'NEILL - Snow has begun to fall in northeast Nebraska, signaling the beginning of a winter weather system that could make things rough on travelers over the next 48 hours. The Nebraska Department of Transportation says road conditions along Highw'... Read More

LINCOLN - A bill amendment is pending in the state Legislature that would replace statues of J. Sterling Morton and William Jennings Bryan at the National Statuary Hall in the U.S. Captitol. The amendment proposed by Sen. Tom Brewer of Lincoln wou'... Read More

COLUMBUS - One person was transported to the hospital after a 3-vehicle accident on 23rd Street. Columbus Police reports say a 24-year-old man was driving his 2003 Chevy pickup westbound on 23rd street, when he was approaching halted traffic at th'... Read More

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COLUMBUS - A car was totaled and a light pole was heavily damaged on the south side of Lost Creek Parkway. Columbus Police say in a report that a 30-year-old woman was heading eastbound on Lost Creek Parkway, when she attempted to stop at a stopli'... Read More

BLAIR - Icy weather earlier this week, with more anticipated for tomorrow, has some FFA events moved to next week.  The Blair FFA Chapter's Tractor Day, slated for Thursday (tomorrow) will be moved to next Friday, March 2nd.  Other planned events w'... Read More

BLAIR - A Public hearing on the one and six year street improvement plan is in store for the Tekamah City Council tomorrow night.  Also on that agenda, consideration of two city employees to attendance at the Nebraska Rural Water Association Confere'... Read More

BLAIR - The Missouri Valley City Council last night approved the appointment of Gary Rodewald, Marjorie Stirtz and Brad Westercamp to the Mo Valley Low Rent Housing board for the next two years.  Additionally, council members approved a grant applic'... Read More

BLAIR - Plattsmouth Community Schools, along with other schools in Nebraska and Iowa have been dealing with threats of school shootings.  In light of that and the shootings noted in national news, Blair Police Chief Joe Lager says he wants to assure'... Read More

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT INCLUDES WHAT...Mixed precipitation expected. Total snow accumulations of 1 to 3 inches and ice accumulations of up to one tenth of an inch are expected. * WHERE...Portions of northeast Nebraska. * DETAILS...T'... Read More

NORFOLK - The Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District is moving out of its longtime home on Northeast’s campus, and heading to the north side of town. The LENRD acquired the former Sterling Computers building on Square Turn Boulevard in Norfolk. '... Read More

BROKEN BOW—It is truly astounding to see a community come together in times of need. Two of our youngest need support more than ever as their families fight against illness. A fish fry benefit will be held this Friday at the One Box Convention C'... Read More