- SEC gets 4 host sites for NCAA baseball tournament regionals Updated: May-24-15 9:45 pm
OMAHA, Nebraska - Defending national champion Vanderbilt and three other Southeastern Conference teams were among the 16 regional hosts named Sunday for the NCAA Division I baseball tournament.
- Judge throws out drunken driving case with little foundation Updated: May-24-15 4:46 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A Nebraska judge threw out a drunken driving case earlier this month because the arresting officer didn't have enough evidence to begin with.
- Omaha man faces federal charges in 2010 homicide Updated: May-24-15 11:26 am
OMAHA, Nebraska - An Omaha man is facing federal charges for a 2010 slaying that prosecutors say was linked to gang activity.
- Nebraskan grows fish, vegetables using aquaponics method Updated: May-24-15 11:05 am
MCCOOK, Nebraska - Mary Kircher was the kind of kid who liked challenges. At 17, she took apart an engine and put it back together, just to see how it works.
- New improv group aims to put smiles on people's faces Updated: May-24-15 10:58 am
HOLDREGE, Nebraska - On a typical day after the bell rings, the halls of Holdrege High School are quiet.
- Death penalty foes see Nebraska vote as momentum-builder Updated: May-24-15 9:59 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - With Nebraska on the brink of outlawing the death penalty, opponents of capital punishment hope this week's veto-override vote in the Legislature will build momentum for their cause in other Republican states.
- Northern Nebraska pavement project could hamper traffic Updated: May-24-15 5:05 am
PAGE, Nebraska - Work is scheduled to begin this coming week on Page Spur 45A in northern Nebraska's Holt County.
- Federal grants worth $1.8M go to 3 Nebraska water projects Updated: May-24-15 5:04 am
OGALLALA, Nebraska - Three Nebraska projects will share $1.8 million in federal grants to help strengthen the Ogallala aquifer.
- Man denied bail in death of man found burned in field Updated: May-23-15 7:34 pm
OMAHA, Nebraska - A judge has denied bail for a man charged with first-degree murder in the death of an Arizona man whose burned body was found in an eastern Nebraska field.
- No contract extension for Nebraska prep activities director Updated: May-23-15 7:27 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - The Nebraska School Activities Association board of directors has voted to not extend the contract of executive director Rhonda Blanford-Green.
- Fremont man indicted on federal child pornography counts Updated: May-23-15 7:19 pm
FREMONT, Nebraska - A Fremont man has been indicted by a federal grand jury on child pornography charges.
- Fiery Omaha crash kills 1, badly injures another Updated: May-23-15 7:13 pm
OMAHA, Nebraska - Police say a fiery crash involving a car and cement truck has killed one and critically injured another.
- Papillion looks to annex land to the west Updated: May-23-15 6:14 pm
PAPILLION, Nebraska - Papillion is considering annexing land to its west that would take the city's zoning authority to Interstate 80 and increase its footprint by one-quarter.
- Kearney official seeks resignation of state liquor official Updated: May-23-15 5:26 pm
KEARNEY, Nebraska - A Kearney City Council member has called for the resignation of the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission director and for an audit of the agency.
- Authorities: Omaha cop killer linked to past shootings Updated: May-23-15 3:38 pm
OMAHA, Nebraska - The man accused of killing an Omaha police officer this week had been linked to two other violent crimes in recent years, but officials say they lacked evidence to prosecute him.
- Third case of avian flu confirmed in northeast Nebraska Updated: May-23-15 2:15 pm
PONCA, Nebraska - The Nebraska Department of Agriculture has announced a third case of avian flu in northeast Nebraska's Dixon County.
- Lincoln bicyclist dies 10 days after being hit by car Updated: May-23-15 2:02 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A 53-year-old Lincoln bicyclist has died, 10 days after he was hit by a car as he tried to cross a city street.
- American Airlines picked for Grand Island flights to Dallas Updated: May-23-15 1:55 pm
GRAND ISLAND, Nebraska - The U.S. Department of Transportation has again selected American Airlines to provide 13 weekly nonstop, round-trip flights from the Central Nebraska Regional Airport in Grand Island to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
- Cattle escape after crash on Interstate 80 in western Iowa Updated: May-23-15 1:40 pm
NEOLA, Iowa - The crash of a cattle truck a western Iowa interstate sent the driver to a hospital and several cattle onto the roadway.
- Renovation work nearly finished at Nebraska City hotel Updated: May-23-15 10:13 am
NEBRASKA CITY, Nebraska - Everything but the ceiling.
- Gymnastics school closes as owner fights to walk again Updated: May-23-15 10:11 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - The man who taught thousands of children to fly - and to vault, to tumble and spin - is trying to teach himself how to walk again.
- OPPD nearly done with refueling maintenance at nuclear plant Updated: May-23-15 5:04 am
BLAIR, Nebraska - The Omaha Public Power District is nearly done with the maintenance tasks it planned to complete while the Fort Calhoun nuclear power plant is being refueled.
- 2 Lincoln museums to offer free admission to service members Updated: May-23-15 5:04 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - The University of Nebraska State Museum-Morrill Hall and the International Quilt Study Center and Museum are two of more than 2,000 museums across the nation that will offer free admission to military personnel and their families this summer.
- Ricketts appeals to public to keep death penalty in Nebraska Updated: May-22-15 8:10 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts turned to the public Friday to try to crack the veto-proof majority of lawmakers that voted to abolish the death penalty, urging residents to contact their senators and voice support for capital punishment.
- ACLU of Nebraska: Lethal injection docs raise new questions Updated: May-22-15 7:40 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A Nebraska civil liberties group says records detailing the state's purchase of lethal injection drugs are likely to prompt more costly litigation.