Get ready for basketball games, concerts and other events at the new CHI Health Center Omaha. That’s the new name for the CenturyLink Center, which was originally the Qwest Center. And no, it’s not a hospital or health care facility — it'... Read More

THOMPSON - Around seven and a half to eight inches of rain hit Jefferson County Tuesday night. The rain was pretty steady, but there were also spurts of heavy rain. The towns of Thompson and Reynolds received the most rain in the area. Th'... Read More

COLUMBUS - A man was taken into custody, after police say he spoke with an officer online, thinking they were a 14-year-old girl. Police say in an arrest affidavit that 38- year-old Sebastian Birke, of Missouri Valley, Iowa was speaking with an of'... Read More

COLUMBUS - Two people were injured, and both were cited after a collision on 11th Street in Columbus. Police say in reports that an 83-year-old woman failed to stop at a stop sign while heading eastbound on 11th Street, and was hit by a 27-year-ol'... Read More

CENTRAL CITY - A pursuit on Highway 30 ended in the arrest of a man wanted on several felony warrants. The Merrick County Sheriff's Office said on Sunday that they attempted to stop a vehicle driven by Corey Clinebell, 35, of Omaha, just west of C'... Read More

COLUMBUS - Walk With a Doc kicked off it's first event  in Columbus on Tuesday, and saw a good turnout while avoiding area storms. The night was dry for attendees of the inaugural monthly event that took place around Lake Esther. Dr. Luke Lemke s'... Read More

DAVID CITY - Henningsen Foods hosted Nebraska and Japanese officials to announce a partnership with the University of Nebraska on Tuesday. Governor Pete Ricketts shared comments outside of Henningsen Foods' David City location, before the official'... Read More

NORFOLK - Thanks to the partnership between several organizations, one Norfolk family can call a newly built house on 10th St., their home. After receiving a grant from the Northeast Nebraska Economic Development District; Habitat for Humanity and'... Read More

COLUMBUS - Several Archer Daniel Midland, State, and community officials were on-hand for the unveiling of ADM Animal Nutrition's upgraded facilities. Governor Pete Ricketts, Mayor Jim Bulkley, and several ADM officials shared thoughts at the even'... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY – An early June  thunderstorm brought 100 mph winds across the Missouri River and left Nebraska City with piles of limbs and trees as tall as a two-story building, but officials say the city was lucky that Hogzilla was waiting. Ho'... Read More

COLUMBUS -  A man who allegedly told police they should shoot more officers, was later arrested with another man after they reportedly threatened local residents with hatchets. Sean Jones, 25, and Davis Harrington, 24, were arrested on June 8th, '... Read More

COLUMBUS - Local residents gathered at a local outreach center in prayer, after a recent shooting that occurred just two blocks away. First United Methodist Church Senior Pastor Cindi Stewart said Annette Alt reached out to her about organizing a '... Read More

JOHNSON – A Sunday stroll passed the classic cars, hand-crafted quilts and dug out barbecue offers plenty of explanation of why Johnson has been a Father’s Day destination for 54 years. Colored chicken posters are posted to windows including f'... Read More

COLUMBUS - Columbus authorities believe a man may have returned to Kansas after fleeing the scene of a reported assault and strangulation. Authorities are looking for Daniel McAuley, 37, of Topeka, Kansas, who is charged in Platte County with stra'... Read More