PERCIVAL – The levees protecting towns, 2,300 people and over $300 million in property on the Iowa side of the Missouri River at Mills and Fremont counties performed as designed, but ultimately failed because there was too much water in the March f'... Read More

Omaha, NE.—Several weeks following an exclusive News Channel Nebraska investigation surrounding the former Pilger Village Clerk—once hailed as a hero in the aftermath of twin tornadoes that leveled the town in 2014— she is front and center in '... Read More

LINCOLN — A bill to require paid family and medical leave for Nebraska workers stalled in the State Legislature on Wednesday. Legislative Bill 311 lacked the required votes for debate to continue, and issue won't come up again in 2019'... Read More

Members of a Cordova, Nebraska, family who died in a house fire are being remembered for their close bonds and loving relationships. Crystal Vickrey, 39, Brittney Newsome, 19, and Kaden Newsome, 12, were sleeping in their house about 40 '... Read More

_informq.push(); FREMONT, NE — Residents of flood-stricken south Fremont have been living in shelters or with friends and relatives for days.  They’ve been relying on food donated by Hy-Vee for meals.  Now, they’re back home starting the c'... Read More

A person was killed Wednesday in a one-vehicle crash on Interstate 480 in Omaha that snarled traffic, police said. The crash occurred at 10:45 a.m. near Woolworth Avenue, Officer Michael Pecha said. Witnesses told police that a vehicle crashed'... Read More

As Kyle Simpson and his buddy Gayland Stouffer surveyed the flood damage Sunday on Simpson’s land near Schuyler, the pair spotted a small black box in the distance. It must have seemed like a mirage. Stouffer walked over, and sure e'... Read More

Residents of Thurman, Iowa, were being allowed back into town Wednesday after floodwaters from the Missouri River got no closer than a quarter mile. "I talked with the mayor of Thurman, and we decided to lift the mandatory evacuation ord'... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY – A Florida man was sentenced to probation, time served and a fine after the Nebraska State Patrol found what Deputy Attorney County Attorney John Palmtag described Wednesday as “enough marijuana to get the entire state of Nebraska '... Read More

LINCOLN, NE (1011NOW) - Pawnee City, Neb. native Larry the Cable Guy will be donating all proceeds from his March 27th show in Lincoln to the Red Cross for those impacted by the floods. According to a tweet from Larry the Cable Guy Tuesday, his po'... Read More

MARCH 20, 2019 (LINCOLN, NEB.) — As a result of the recent severe flooding that has impacted the State, relief will be granted to taxpayers who are directly impacted and unable to timely file returns and make payments. The Tax Commissioner for t'... Read More

OMAHA, NE (Omaha World-Herald News Source) - Omaha Public Schools leaders asked lawmakers Tuesday to explore having the state take over management of the district’s troubled pension system as a small step toward resolving the fund’s $771 million '... Read More

Lincoln, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission continues to assess damage from recent flooding at parks and wildlife management areas throughout the state. Some state parks, state historical parks, state recreation areas and wildlife manag'... Read More

Omaha, NE.—The Army Corps of Engineers is under fire for its handling of the Flood of 2019, with some critics complaining the Corps made matters worse. Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley is calling for an investigation. Watch NCN in Omaha on Cox Cable'... Read More