STANTON - A man who escaped parole is back behind bars after being found over the weekend. Stanton County Sheriff Mike Unger says 37-year old Shawn Harrington was arrested on Saturday. Sheriff Unger says his office found Harrington hiding in the a'... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY – State Sen. Dan Watermeier says 13 lawmakers have asked the secretary of state to call a special session of the Unicameral to reduce property taxes. In his weekly radio address, Watermeier said if the secretary of state finds 33 s'... Read More

LINCOLN — Aubrey Trail was back in federal court Friday, this time contesting statements he gave to authorities after he was initially apprehended for questioning in connection with the disappearance of Sydney Loofe. Trail, 51, and his'... Read More

LINCOLN — A Nebraska school district is wrestling with a dispute over how to best memorialize students who have died. The Centura school district, located northwest of Grand Island, recently told the parents of two students killed in a'... Read More

A 90-year-old Omaha man died after his daughter backed their car into a pond near Two Rivers State Recreation Area, the Nebraska State Patrol said. Dewey R. Andersen was pronounced dead at Creighton University Medical Center-Bergan Mercy, where he'... Read More

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — Protesters are targeting the northern Virginia home of the National Rifle Association's top lobbyist and say the protests will continue. In one case, court records show Patricia Hill of Lincoln, Nebraska, has been char'... Read More

YORK, Neb. — A former City of York employee has been charged with embezzling funds while working at the York landfill. Lynn E. Rasmussen, 59, who court documents show now lives in Lincoln, has been charged with theft by unlawful taking'... Read More

LINCOLN — Lovers of old country schools from across the country will be gathering June 17-20 in Beatrice. It is the first time the Country School Association of America is holding its national conference in Nebraska. The theme of the 1'... Read More

WISNER - 50 years ago Jack Denker, Marvin Eschliman, Gary Truman, Bob Duncan and Dale Reese set off from Wisner to Vietnam. In 1968 the five, as teenagers, enrolled in The Marines. “We loved the uniforms,” said Duncan. “They were nice outfits'... Read More

LINCOLN — The recently fired village clerk in Craig, Nebraska, has been charged with stealing at least $5,000 over the past three years from the small farming community, Burt County Attorney Frank Barron said Thursday. Kristie Jensen, '... Read More

The Iowa mother packed her bags and boarded a plane bound for Europe. Last September, Erin Lee Macke had planned to spend 11 days visiting relatives in Germany, but police said she left four other family members at home alone — her then-12-year-'... Read More

Nebraska State Patrol troopers have seized 182 pounds of marijuana following a traffic stop on Interstate 80 in Seward County. About 1:50 p.m. Thursday, a trooper spotted an eastbound 2017 Dodge Caravan speeding near Beaver Crossing, the'... Read More

OVERTON, Neb. (AP) — Three family members have been charged with animal cruelty and neglect following the deaths of dozens of cattle on their Nebraska farm. Acting under search warrants, deputies found at least 65 carcasses on the property n'... Read More

NORFOLK - After 67 years, a Norfolk-native and Korean War Vet is finally coming home. The remains of Army Sgt. First Class Milton Beed were recently positively identified by the U.S. Department of Defense. Beed was captured in Korea and killed whi'... Read More