NORTH BEND, Neb. - NCN received cell phone video of a fire near North Bend. Cory Reeder took video with his cell phone of a vehicle on fire one mile west of North Bend. They don't believe anybody was injured in the incident. NCN has not confirm'... Read More

LINCOLN -- A Bloomfield Republican has filed paperwork with the Nebraska Secretary of State's Office to run for Nebraska Legislature in District 40. Shane Greckel is seeking the seat currently held by State Senator Tyson Larson who cannot run again d'... Read More

COLUMBUS, Neb. - The Columbus City Council approved three new police SUV's. According to CPD Captain Doug Molczyk, the department will purchase three Ford Explorers in order to keep their fleet updated. The oldest models in the fleet will be sold.'... Read More

LINCOLN - A bill meant to protect the privacy of Nebraskans whose license plate numbers are recorded by some government-operated cameras advanced from general file Jan. 10. Introduced by Lincoln Sen. Matt Hansen, LB93 would restrict how law enf'... Read More

LINCOLN - A bill intended to simplify licensing requirements for Nebraska school bus drivers advanced from the first round of debate Jan. 11. Introduced by Lincoln Sen. Suzanne Geist, LB347 would eliminate the requirement for a special $5 schoo'... Read More

ST. EDWARD, Neb. - The name of the man killed last week in a northeast Nebraska fire has been released. 39-year-old Justin Forinash was killed in a basement fire in rural St. Edward on Friday morning. Firefighters found him unresponsive during '... Read More

FREMONT, Neb. - Two Lincoln men were arrested in Fremont on suspicion of stealing two vehicles, including one from Columbus. 40 year-old Keir Saunders and 38 year-old Jamar Saunders were arrested over the weekend by the Nebraska State Patrol. N'... Read More

COLUMBUS, Neb. - The Platte County Sheriff's Office is trying to figure out who is responsible for placing around 50 pounds of nails along a county roadway. According to Sheriff Ed Wemhoff, from January 2nd to the 14th, construction nails were fou'... Read More

FREMONT - A man who assaulted a deputy and led law enforcement agencies on a manhunt after his escape has pleaded not guilty to the charges against him. In September of 2017 Eric G. Scott was being driven to the Dodge County Jail for a court heari'... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska lawmakers kicked off debate Tuesday on an industry-backed bill that would impose new regulations on fantasy sports websites, which critics see as a form of gambling. Sen. Tyson Larson of O'Neill argued that his bill'... Read More

Omaha, NE.—$1,000 a year: That’s the estimated cost to each Nebraska motorist for less-than-strict seat belt and texting while driving laws along with several other safety measures.  The expensive math is all part of a 2017 study examined by '... Read More

DES MOINES (AP) — The University of Iowa is caught up in a legal fight with a conservative Christian student group that denied a leadership position to a student who is gay. The case pits a university policy barring discrimination ba'... Read More

NORFOLK — The Norfolk City Council gave the Norfolk Police Division help in addressing its shortage of officers at the Council meeting on Tuesday night. The Council voted unanimously to authorize the Police Division to hire part-time officers.  C'... Read More

COLUMBUS, Neb. - Four years ago, Todd Watson ran an independent campaign for Senate that echoed many of the similar sentiments that Donald Trump spoke about on the campaign trail. Although Watson lost handily, he is running again, speaking on issu'... Read More