Nebraska school pulls yearbook photos of teacher’s baby
School administrators have delayed distribution of a Nebraska high school yearbook in part because of a story that honors a journalism teacher for how she dealt with the death of her son only 96 minutes after his birth.
Southeast Community College in Beatrice Opens Homestead Hall
New three-story student housing option opened on Southeast Community College Beatrice Campus
Skydiver who died in Michigan made low turn
A Michigan company that offers skydiving says a Nebraska man who died last weekend had no equipment problems but turned too close to the ground.
Woman tells court about husband's threat after Omaha slaying
A woman has testified that her husband warned her not to tell anyone about his role in a July 2018 Omaha robbery and slaying.
Property Tax Reform Town Hall
Four Nebraska state senators made a stop at Northeast Community College to talk to the public about property tax reform.
Murray Man Wanted For Manslaughter
Investigators say Jade Gunn fled the scene without rendering aid to trapped woman
New Grievance Filed Against Broken Bow Mayor
The mayor of a central Nebraska city already facing legal troubles has yet another grievance to deal with.
7 Grand Island locations arranged for state fair shuttles
Rain-softened grass parking lots have forced the Nebraska State Fair to expand shuttle service.
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.
Omaha man gets prison for starving 2 dogs, dumping carcasses
An Omaha man accused of starving two pit bull dogs to death, then tossing their carcasses into a ravine has been sentenced to 15 months in prison.
Nebraska man sentenced in Iowa for sex trafficking
An Omaha man has been sentenced in federal court in Iowa to seven years in prison for sex trafficking.
Body Found In Missouri River Identified
Man reported to have jumped into Platte River at Louisville
Creighton students back in class after Wednesday evacuation
Classes resume Thursday at Creighton Community Public Schools after Wednesday's evacuation for an unspecified threat.
Missouri police: Topless doll mistaken for unconscious woman
Missouri authorities say a shirtless man reportedly dragging a topless, unconscious woman through downtown Kansas City was actually lugging around a life-size doll.
Missouri governor calls special session on car sales taxes
Missouri Republican Gov. Mike Parson is calling a special legislative session to undo a court ruling on vehicle sales taxes.
Man who recorded pig's treatment banned from Iowa State Fair
A Des Moines man who recorded what he says was the abuse of a show pig at the Iowa State Fair earlier this month has been banned from the fair for life.