BROKEN BOW - It’s one thing to plan for an event with thousands of potential visitors. It’s another thing to do so after debilitating storms that brought floods and widespread damage. But residents of Broken Bow are up to the challenge. “We '... Read More

ALLIANCE, Neb. — The hordes are coming. From north, east, south and west, all roads in the realm appeared to lead to Nebraska during the weekend as hundreds of thousands of people arrived by plane, train and automobile to view a total '... Read More

So what’s really going to happen if you look at the solar eclipse without special viewing glasses? Though your eyes won’t melt, fry or fall out if you skip the specialized shades, you are at risk for doing serious — and potentially permanent'... Read More

INDIAN CAVE STATE PARK - Local hotels aren't the only facilities available for visitors to book. Many explorers have packed up their tents and hauled their campers to Nebraska in anticipation of viewing the Solar Eclipse. Indian Cave State Park wa'... Read More

LINCOLN - Are you wondering how some animals will react to Monday's eclipse? News Channel Nebraska spoke with Natural Heritage Zoologist  Mike Fritz at Nebraska Game and Parks on what could happen to some species during the couple minutes of darknes'... Read More

Nebraska’s state agencies and organizations continue to prepare for Monday’s total solar eclipse. Visitors are expected from around the world, possibly numbering in the hundreds of thousands. Due to the influx of visitors, the State '... Read More

COLUMBUS, Neb. - If you don't like feel like fighting the thousands on the roadways on Monday to see the total solar eclipse, there's good news: you'll still likely see a phenomenal spectacle. Many Nebraskans outside the path will embark to plac'... Read More

FALLS CITY, Neb. - The Falls City Chamber and Main Street did not expect the response they got for their "Dine in the Dark" event that will take place during the solar eclipse on Monday. Chamber President Amber Holle expected a couple hundred peo'... Read More

NORFOLK - Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to flock to the path of totality for Monday’s eclipse. That many more people on the roads has the Nebraska State Patrol making sure everyone will be safe. State Patrol officials say stayi'... Read More

News Channel Nebraska (NCN) will broadcast live coverage of Monday's solar eclipse from seven different locations spanning the state of Nebraska. In partnership with Nebraska Loves Public Schools, live broadcasts will originate from Hemmingford, Sta'... Read More

MONROE, NE — It’s just off Highway 22 in Monroe.. It’s a barn full of party animals, formally known as the Horn T Zoo. The animals and the people too are celebrating a very special birthday. Cletus the monkey turned two on Saturday, and h'... Read More

News Channel Nebraska is partnering with public schools to present an immersive, educational eclipse experience. NCN is partnering with Nebraska Loves Public Schools to make their live eclipse report available for any school to watch history from '... Read More

Scientists hope to crack some of the mysteries of our closest star when they fan out across Nebraska on Eclipse Day. Total solar eclipses like the one Aug. 21 can be predicted “down to the millisecond,” said Mariana Lazarova, an assi'... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY, Neb. - Nebraska Republican Senator Ben Sasse would like the conversations between the United States and North Korea Supreme Leader Kim Jung-un to proceed as "plotting a way" and not inflame and escalate quickly. His comments come a '... Read More