SIDNEY - Snowfall projections for parts of the Nebraska Panhandle and southeast Wyoming have increased, but there's still some uncertainty for the Wyoming side, according to the National Weather Service office in Cheyenne. The weather service plac'... Read More

SYRACUSE - Randy Dunster and his family of eight moved from the county to the city a few months ago leaving behind the luxury of having farm fresh eggs. Dunster,  who resides at the corner of 4th Street and Locust in Syracuse, is city clerk at Neb'... Read More

“Negligence…mistakes, should not have happened.” That’s Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer’s view of Sunday’s deadly police shooting just outside of Minneapolis. Schmaderer spoke with News Channel Nebraska as the officer who shot a Black'... Read More

BEATRICE – Southeast Community College’s Beatrice Campus has recognized Connor Bartels as its “Ag Student of the Year” for this academic year. Instructors examine several factors in naming the student of the year, including grades, attitude '... Read More

BEATRICE – Wymore Firefighters are asking persons to donate an old vehicle to aid department personnel in their training. The Wymore Fire and Rescue Department practices vehicle extrication so crews are familiar with the Jaws of Life and other equ'... Read More

The Lower Loup NRD (LLNRD) is implementing a new water quality program to improve water quality in the high-priority areas of the South Loup river Watershed. Pollutant loads in the watershed will be reduced through best management practices. They '... Read More

Team Jack Foundation carrying on its fight against pediatric brain cancer despite the loss of its co-founder.  The foundation's first employee says they didn't just lose a co-worker. "I think people are devastated," said Kylie Dockter, Team Jack Ex'... Read More

COLUMBUS, NE — Some of eastern Nebraska’s top boxers hope to put on a show this weekend. Columbus’s Sweatbox Boxing Club is hosting the Butler County Brawl at the Municipal Auditorium in David City on Saturday. The event starts at 4:00 and wil'... Read More

Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer did something today he’s never done before. He endorsed his boss’ re-election. Schmaderer, insisting he is acting as a private citizen and not as police chief, has tossed his support to Republican Mayor Jean St'... Read More

 The Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation selected two recipients for the FFA Advisor of the Year award. AnnaLisa Estrela from Ashland-Greenwood High School and Brian Johnson from Litchfield High School were honored on April 8 during the 2021 Nebraska FF'... Read More

NELIGH, Neb. - With the changes of aging, some sadness and loneliness can come with them. While depression can affect anyone regardless of age, Senior Life Solutions feels that nobody should be left alone to suffer. "That's the reality of the isolat'... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. (KSNB) - The Nebraska State Patrol participated in a nationwide campaign last weekend, intended to raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving. The “U Text, U Drive, U Pay” campaign ran from April 8-12 in communities ac'... Read More

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The Nebraska woman who developed blood clots two weeks after receiving Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine remains in critical condition after also having a stroke. The doctors who have been treating the woman at the Nebr'... Read More

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A former U.S. Postal Service employee in Omaha has admitted to stealing gift cards and cash from the mail. Austin M. Thomas, 30, faces up to five years in prison after pleading guilty to mail theft, The Omaha World-Herald report'... Read More