SIDNEY, NE - With the Nebraska Panhandle finally seeing seasonable weather, including 90-degree days, it's time for millet harvest for Narjes Land and Livestock north of Sidney Sidney. Like many farmers across the state, the Narjes'... Read More

CHADRON - A Chadron woman has been sentenced to 4 to 8 years in prison on drug and child abuse charges stemming from a January search warrant raid and investigation. 39-year old Mandi Hardy received terms of 4 to 8 years for distri'... Read More

Insisting that Nebraska’s prison system is bulging at the seams and has too few guards to keep watch, a key state lawmaker tells News Channel Nebraska that the State Penitentiary in Lincoln is a "riot" waiting to happen. New Ch'... Read More

OMAHA - River levels on the Elkhorn River are dropping and now attentions in Nebraska turn toward the Missouri River, which officials say could see significant flooding again this week. The National Weather Service says flooding on'... Read More

STATEWIDE - The Federal Food and Drug Administration is assessing a new drug aimed at treating peanut allergies in children. It's called Palforzia - and it works by exposing kids to pharmaceutical grade peanut protein. '... Read More

LINCOLN, NE — A southeast Nebraska man who suffered a life-threatening injury is thankful for what he's learned from his traumatic event. “They didn’t have a choice as far as where to amputate me at," Jim Earnhart said.  "It w'... Read More

YORK - A rare type of mosquito that can carry diseases such as Zika and yellow fever has been located in York County. According to Laura McDougall from Four Corners Health Department in York, more than one Aedes Aegypti mosquito ha'... Read More

WILBER - A change of venue has been granted for the trial of Bailey Boswell. Boswell is charged with first degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder and improper disposal of human remains in the death and dismemberment of 24-year-'... Read More

OMAHA - Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium on Wednesday announced the birth of an Indian rhinoceros calf — the first rhino calf born in the zoo’s 120-year history. According to zoo director and CEO Dennis Pate, the birth of '... Read More

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (AP) - About 45 people stranded on a stalled tram 40 feet above the Nebraska State Fair were rescued on Sunday evening . The Omaha World-Herald reports that riders were stuck on the ride for about an hour Sunday night. State '... Read More

LINCOLN - A woman who shot a reported shoplifter at a Lincoln convenience store earlier this month has been charged with first-degree assault. Lincoln Police say 38-year-old Shelby Jones was arrested on Friday. Police say Jones was a customer i'... Read More

WYOMING/NEBRASKA - Water has been restored to Wyoming and Nebraska farmers after an irrigation tunnel collapse cut off water flow last month. The Casper Star-Tribune reports that the Goshen Irrigation District turned water on Wednesday after new r'... Read More

CURTIS - Authorities in Central Nebraska have arrested a juvenile for making terroristic threats toward a school on Tuesday. In a news release from the Nebraska State Patrol, authorities say a 14-year-old girl was cited in connection with a socia'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Boosting prosperity for all residents is the name of the game to grow the “good life” and Blueprint Nebraska has recently released its long-term, strategic plan to do just that. One of 30 Nebraska Chamber Legislative Forums welcom'... Read More