COLUMBUS - The Columbus Police Department has announced they have found a missing juvenile. In a Twitter post Friday afternoon, the Columbus Police Department says they have located 16-year-old Desiree Mausbach. Mausbach was reported missing fr'... Read More

201 seniors will be saluted on our airwaves in 14 days! The senior classes from all the area schools have worked so hard to receive their diplomas during graduation. Many area students even balanced a job, athletics, and extra curricular activitie'... Read More

The Nebraska Cattlemen Disaster Relief Fund is providing financial assistance on a statewide basis to needy or distressed cattle producers in Nebraska impacted by Winter Storm Ulmer/Bomb Cyclone. Eligible applicants under the Fund include any catt'... Read More

Omaha, NE.—In the ongoing fight for property tax cuts, Nebraska conservatives, from the governor on down, are far from like-minded on an answer. As lawmakers prepare for a key public hearing on taxes next week News Channel Nebraska's Joe Jordan '... Read More

LINCOLN - The University of Nebraska is continuing to help meet the state's workforce needs by putting a major emphasis on its STEM programs (science, engineering, technology, and math) across its four campuses. University President Hank Bounds s'... Read More

When Satya Nadella got his first job at Microsoft in 1992, he made it through the grueling seven-hour interview of coding and puzzle exercises only to be stumped by one scenario question at the end: You’re sitting at an intersection when you see'... Read More

The mandatory evacuation order for Pacific Junction, Iowa, was lifted Thursday by Mayor Andy Young. The entire community is now open, so residents and property owners can return to their properties to determine their viability following'... Read More

The former home of Cabela’s headquarters has taken a population hit after the company’s sale and the departure of a major corporate headquarters. Between 2017 and 2018, Cheyenne County lost nearly 350 people, according to new populat'... Read More

LINCOLN — State corrections workers, who have argued for years that low pay was causing low morale and high turnover of staff at state prisons, now have something to celebrate. On Wednesday, the state and the union that represents secu'... Read More

LINCOLN — State lawmakers upped the ante Wednesday, unveiling an even more ambitious property tax relief proposal amid another round of criticism from Gov. Pete Ricketts. The new tax plan, detailed by State Sen. Lou Ann Linehan and fel'... Read More

The Nebraska Energy Office, in conjunction with lending institutions in Nebraska, has begun providing assistance to those affected by floods by offering Dollar and Energy Saving Loans at 1% interest (subject to lender approval). The Nebr'... Read More

GLENWOOD, Iowa — Changes to the Missouri River’s management wouldn’t have prevented the damage from last month’s flooding, Army Corps of Engineers officials said Wednesday. The problem, they said, is that the six-dam system upriver wasn'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY— While Robert Edwards Sr., 73 of Callaway, has maintained his innocence through the entire Custer County District Court process, the jury found that he was guilty in February and now he could spend the next 25-30 years in prison. E'... Read More