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Nebraska trial delayed over crash deaths of 4 from Iowa
Nebraska trial delayed over crash deaths of 4 from Iowa

The Nebraska trial of a Kansas man charged with the collision deaths of four Iowa motorcyclists has been delayed again.

FDA panel to review first peanut allergy treatment

FDA panel to review first peanut allergy treatment

STATEWIDE - The Federal Food and Drug Administration is assessing a new drug aimed at treating peanut allergies in children. It's called Palforzia - and it works by exposing kids to pharmaceutical grade peanut protein. According to the Washington Post, "T

Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy

Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy

STATEWIDE - Purdue Pharma has filed bankruptcy. The drug company took that step Sunday as a method for settling litigation with numerous states and governments that say the company fueled the opioid crisis. Purdue Pharma issued a statement that says the "

Huskers Finish Non-Conference Play with 44-8 Win

Huskers Finish Non-Conference Play with 44-8 Win

Adrian Martinez accounted for more than 300 yards of total offense and had a hand in three touchdowns, while Dedrick Mills rushed for 116 yards and a score on just 11 carries, as Nebraska rolled to a 44-8 win over Northern Illinois on Saturday night.

I-80 Traffic Stops Reveal 200 LBs of Marijuana, Other Drugs, Firearm

I-80 Traffic Stops Reveal 200 LBs of Marijuana, Other Drugs, Firearm

Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol have arrested four people and seized more than 200 pounds of marijuana during two traffic stops on Interstate 80.

Ricketts touts USMCA at Husker Harvest Days

Ricketts touts USMCA at Husker Harvest Days

Governor Pete Ricketts joined Ag leaders from across the state Wednesday to talk about the importance of passing the new US Mexico Canada Agreement.

Nebraska homeowners to get $104.15 credit per $100K in value

Nebraska homeowners to get $104.15 credit per $100K in value

Nebraska homeowners and farmers will get a slightly bigger tax credit this year to reduce what they would otherwise have to pay on their property tax bills.

US delays tariffs in "Good Will" to China

US delays tariffs in "Good Will" to China

President Trump is delaying new tariffs on Chinese goods by a few weeks.

Imperial cars, homes slammed with fall hail storm

Imperial cars, homes slammed with fall hail storm

Folks in Imperial and the surrounding areas were some of the first to see severely damaging hail in a September 11th severe storm as it made its way across Nebraska from the west around 6:15 p.m. local time.

Father, son killed in plane crash north of Valentine in South Dakota

Father, son killed in plane crash north of Valentine in South Dakota

A father and son were killed in plane crash north of Valentine in South Dakota last Sunday.

Nebraska man survives life-threatening injury, faces life as an amputee with a smile

Nebraska man survives life-threatening injury, faces life as an amputee with a smile

A southeast Nebraska man who suffered a life-threatening injury is thankful for what he's learned from his traumatic event.

Rural Communities Impacted by Flooding Eligible for Additional USDA Assistance

Rural Communities Impacted by Flooding Eligible for Additional USDA Assistance

The US Department of Agriculture has announced that $150 million is now available through its Community Facilities Program for communities impacted by natural disasters, including this year’s severe flooding.

GOP Challenger: Sasse a Do-Nothing Senator

GOP Challenger: Sasse a Do-Nothing Senator

Time and time again Republican Ben Sasse refers to himself as one of the most conservative members of the United States Senate and many of Nebraska's top GOP officials agree.

North Platte Police look for suspect who painted racial slur

North Platte Police look for suspect who painted racial slur

North Platte Police are looking for the person who spray painted a racial slur on a white fence in the city.

Homeowners say explosive thrown at their home started NP fire

Homeowners say explosive thrown at their home started NP fire

North Platte Police are investigating a Friday night mobile home fire after Fire Marshal George Lewis called it arson.

Public Welcomed to 9-11 Flag Display

Public Welcomed to 9-11 Flag Display

Nearly three-thousand American flags, 2-thousand nine hundred and 77 to be exact, are on display in Omaha for the next several days, remembering those who died on 9-11 eighteen years ago.

Nebraska man dies after semi truck smashes into his pickup

Nebraska man dies after semi truck smashes into his pickup

Investigators say a cornfield blocked a driver's view before he pulled out in front of an oncoming semitrailer truck and caused a fatal crash.

Huskers Fall in OT at Colorado

Huskers Fall in OT at Colorado

Nebraska (1-1) will look to bounce back next week at home with another tough test from Northern Illinois.

District Judge Vicky Johnson grants change of venue for Bailey Boswell trial

District Judge Vicky Johnson grants change of venue for Bailey Boswell trial

Saline County District Court Judge Vicky Johnson said the 'pervasive publicity' of the case makes it impossible for Boswell to receive a fair trial in Saline County, or even southeast Nebraska.

Vietnamese leader to visit Nebraska after Ricketts meeting

Vietnamese leader to visit Nebraska after Ricketts meeting

Vietnam’s prime minister has agreed to visit Nebraska to learn more about the state’s farms and food processing after meeting with Governor Pete Ricketts.

US Economy added 130,000 jobs in August

US Economy added 130,000 jobs in August

The US job market is looking strong.

Police investigate possible child abduction attempts

Police investigate possible child abduction attempts

The North Platte Police Department is warning residents to watch for suspicious behavior after a possible child abduction attempt.

Bacon Back From 'Crisis' at the Border, Differs with President

Bacon Back From 'Crisis' at the Border, Differs with President

Fresh off his first trip to the US-Mexico border as a Congressman, Republican Don Bacon finds himself at odds with President Trump on a variety of immigration issues.

Eating meat reduces the risk of stroke

Eating meat reduces the risk of stroke

Good news for the Beef State! A new study suggests not eating meat could actually put someone at a higher rick of stroke.

Authorities say woman died after being struck by train

Authorities say woman died after being struck by train

Authorities say a woman has died after being struck by a train in western Nebraska’s Keith County.

Troopers Find 14 LBs of Marijuana on I-80

Troopers Find 14 LBs of Marijuana on I-80

Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol seized around 14 pounds of pot during a traffic stop on I-80 near North Platte on Tuesday.

NE Game and Parks accepting lottery applications for 2020 Mountain Lion season

NE Game and Parks accepting lottery applications for 2020 Mountain Lion season

The Nebraska Game and Parks is now accepting lottery applications for mountain lion permits for the 2020 hunting season.

What's Blue, 300 Pounds and Is Trolling for Your Attention?

What's Blue, 300 Pounds and Is Trolling for Your Attention?

What's blue, weighs 300 pounds and is trolling for your attention?

Nebraska to receive $4 million to combat opioid crisis

Nebraska to receive $4 million to combat opioid crisis

Nebraska will be getting federal funding to combat the opioid addiction crisis.

New Poll Targets Property Taxes

New Poll Targets Property Taxes

You've heard it more than once, the number one political issue for most Nebraskans is property tax relief.

Now there's a new poll looking at one key plan to lower property taxes.

US, CHINA trade war resume as new tariffs start

US, CHINA trade war resume as new tariffs start

Nebraska's farmers will have to continue to be patient, as the trade war between the United States and China is escalating.

Husker notes: Resilient Jurgens Happy To Return To Field

Husker notes: Resilient Jurgens Happy To Return To Field

The Nebraska football team practiced for just over two hours Tuesday morning inside the Hawks Championship Center and outside on the Ed and Joyanne Gass practice fields.

Sasse hears testimony from Nebraska attorney general, others, on human trafficking and its financial impacts Tuesday

Sasse hears testimony from Nebraska attorney general, others, on human trafficking and its financial impacts Tuesday

Sasse, the chairman of the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Subcommittee on National Security and International Trade Finance, was in Lincoln Tuesday for a hearing on human trafficking and its "Intersection with the Financial System.”

Group estimates trade dispute to cost Nebraska farmers $943M

Group estimates trade dispute to cost Nebraska farmers $943M

The Nebraska Farm Bureau estimates the ongoing trade dispute will cost the state’s farmers close to one billion dollars in lost revenue this year.

GOP Lawmaker Has No Regrets for Anti-Trump Tweets

GOP Lawmaker Has No Regrets for Anti-Trump Tweets

No regrets and several thousand dollars in campaign contributions.

That's just a few of State Senator John McCollister's takeaways from a few anti-President Trump tweets from one month ago.

Survey suggests little or no Midwest economic growth in view

Survey suggests little or no Midwest economic growth in view

A new report says an August survey of business supply managers suggests slow or no economic growth over the next several months.

Blackshirts Rule Day in Big Red Win

Blackshirts Rule Day in Big Red Win

Huskers Force Five Turnovers in Victory

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Omaha Trolling for New Attraction

Omaha Trolling for New Attraction

One of Omaha's favorite tourist attractions is looking to be even more appealing.

Husker notes: Husker Defense Continues to Improve

Husker notes: Husker Defense Continues to Improve

The Nebraska football team practiced for just over two hours on Thursday inside the Hawks Championship Center in helmets only.

Water restored to Wyoming, Nebraska irrigation tunnel system

Water restored to Wyoming, Nebraska irrigation tunnel system

Water has been restored to Wyoming and Nebraska farmers after an irrigation tunnel collapse cut off water flow last month.

Corps: If on water this holiday weekend, wear a life jacket

Corps: If on water this holiday weekend, wear a life jacket

Officials with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Kansas City District say there is a simple way for lake visitors to greatly reduce their risk of drowning this Labor Day weekend: Wear a life jacket.

Couple killed in car-train collision

Couple killed in car-train collision

A Hitchcock County couple died in a train collision at a rural crossing east of McCook.

Nebraska WR Andre Hunt, TE Katerian Legrone suspended

Nebraska WR Andre Hunt, TE Katerian Legrone suspended

Nebraska has suspended wide receiver Andre Hunt and tight end Katerian Legrone indefinitely.

Juvenile arrested for making terroristic threats toward school

Juvenile arrested for making terroristic threats toward school

Authorities in Central Nebraska have arrested a juvenile for making terroristic threats toward a school on Tuesday.

Red Cross using new technology to save lives during storms

Red Cross using new technology to save lives during storms

As you have probably noticed, our state is no stranger to severe weather and other natural disasters, like flooding.

Secretary of State Evnen visits Western Nebraska

Secretary of State Evnen visits Western Nebraska

Over the past week Secretary Bob Evnen launched his speaking tour across western Nebraska.

Medicine Valley Schools on lockout

Medicine Valley Schools on lockout

Medicine Valley Schools in Curtis remain in lockout Tuesday morning as authorities investigate a social media threat.

High School Sports Participation Drops Nationally

High School Sports Participation Drops Nationally

A national survey says participation in high school sports saw a year-over-year drop during the 2018-to-19 school year for the first time in 30 years.

Huskers Host South Alabama Saturday

Huskers Host South Alabama Saturday

The Nebraska Cornhuskers open their 130th season on Saturday by hosting the South Alabama Jaguars at Memorial Stadium.

News Channel Nebraska Announces 2019 Fall Sports Broadcast Schedule

News Channel Nebraska Announces 2019 Fall Sports Broadcast Schedule

NORFOLK - News Channel Nebraska announced today that it will televise more than 65 Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA) sanctioned high school sporting events live on its statewide network this fall.

Tornado Watch Issued for Areas in Southern Nebraska

Tornado Watch Issued for Areas in Southern Nebraska

The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for five counties in south central Nebraska until 12 AM CDT.

Reports say stolen Hy-Vee account information being sold

Reports say stolen Hy-Vee account information being sold

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — An Iowa-based grocery chain says it's aware of reports that hacked customer account information is being sold online.

Man Sharing Positive Law Enforcement Stories Across Country Visits Fourth Nebraska Agency

Man Sharing Positive Law Enforcement Stories Across Country Visits Fourth Nebraska Agency

MILFORD - Milford was the fourth stop in Nebraska for a man who is traveling the country with the goal of sharing stories of local law enforcement agencies from all 50 states.

Woman who set fire to Jim’s Bar in arnold sentenced to probation

Woman who set fire to Jim’s Bar in arnold sentenced to probation

The former Jim’s Bar General Manager who started the fire that burned down the central Nebraska bar in 2018, will now begin her probation after taking a plea deal with the state.

Authorities ID driver killed in collision near North Platte

Authorities ID driver killed in collision near North Platte

Authorities have identified the driver of a car killed in a collision with a semitrailer south of North Platte.

Gas demand rises nationally, but below average in Nebraska

Gas demand rises nationally, but below average in Nebraska

The average cost of gas in Nebraska is down from this time a year ago, but with rising demand Nationwide, there are fears the prices could rise again.

Husker notes: Huskers to Begin Preparation for South Alabama

Husker notes: Huskers to Begin Preparation for South Alabama

The Huskers will continue preparations for South Alabama on Thursday.

Heavy rainfall as storms rumble across Nebraska

Heavy rainfall as storms rumble across Nebraska

Flood and storm warnings have been issued for much of Nebraska as storms rumble across the state.

Husker notes: Expectations Welcome

Husker notes: Expectations Welcome

What expectations, exactly, do media members outside the state of Nebraska have for the Nebraska football team in the second season of coach Scott Frost?

Man gets 20 months for North Platte pedestrian's death

Man gets 20 months for North Platte pedestrian's death

A man has been given 20 months for the death of a pedestrian in North Platte.

Omaha Family Moves to Halsey to Start Business

Omaha Family Moves to Halsey to Start Business

A love of camping and riding four wheelers as a kid has now turned into a business for an Omaha couple.

Sarpy Crash Reward Grows, Info Stalls

Sarpy Crash Reward Grows, Info Stalls

A month ago Sarpy County investigators were asking two questions.

Who provided the alcohol tied to a crash that killed four teen-age girls and where did the alcohol come from?

Man Dies from Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound Following I-80 Pursuit

Man Dies from Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound Following I-80 Pursuit

An Illinois man has died following an incident on Interstate 80 near Brule Sunday evening.

Husker notes: Nebraska and Adidas announce new alternative uniforms

Husker notes: Nebraska and Adidas announce new alternative uniforms

The anticipation is over: adidas and the University of Nebraska partnered to  the jersey every Cornhusker fan has wanted, the Nebraska black jersey.

Lawmaker: Humans not changing climate but must prepare

Lawmaker: Humans not changing climate but must prepare

A lawmaker who doesn’t believe humans are causing climate change is nevertheless leading a push to ensure Nebraska farmers are better prepared for extreme weather like the blizzards and flooding that hit the state this year.

Linehan: New State Tax Law Finds Many Having 'Hard Time Adjusting'

Linehan: New State Tax Law Finds Many Having 'Hard Time Adjusting'

A new state tax law, aimed at protecting taxpayers, finds local governments having a "hard time adjusting," according to the lawmaker behind the law.