WASHINGTON — Rep. Steve King isn’t serving on committees these days, but he still knows how to grab media attention. The northwest Iowa Republican organized a fiery press conference Wednesday outside the U.S. Capitol alongside conser'... Read More

A military appeals court’s reversal of a West Point cadet’s rape conviction and 21-year prison sentence has outraged sexual assault victim advocates who say the decision is filled with victim-blaming and antiquated notions about rape. But '... Read More

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission reports that the U.S. Coast Guard has opened the Missouri River to all commercial and recreational boats from just north of Sioux City to Napoleon, Missouri, which is east of Kansas City. A no wake '... Read More

Custer County Ag Society Agenda Thursday, June 13 Custer County Fairgrounds-Shooting Sports Building 7:00 PM -NE Open Meetings Act -Approve Minutes of May 9, 2019 Meeting -Financial Report -Discussion of Capital “accounts/projects” -Ext'... Read More

BROKEN BOW— Mobile food vendors have been a hot button issue at Broken Bow City Council meetings and a decision on if an ordinance will be passed is still up in the air. On Tuesday, June 11 Councilman Jacob Holcomb asked that the public hearing, as'... Read More

WAYNE - A group of business executives and community leaders came together Wednesday to recognize the achievements of their peers. The Nebraska Diplomats held a joint conference with the Nebraska Economic Developers Association. There they gave '... Read More

HADAR, NE -- It was an ugly scene on March 15.  The Highway 13 bridge east of Hadar had collapsed and the North Fork of the Elkhorn River had left its banks and spread across nearby fields. The view of the area is better this week.  The rive'... Read More

LINCOLN (AP) — Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson has fought prescription opioid abuse through public education campaigns, worked with lawmakers to tighten up prescribing practices and even demanded documents from the maker of OxyContin. He ha'... Read More

Key sections of Interstates in the Omaha-Council Bluffs area opened Wednesday, after being closed due to flooding. Interstate 680 and a short stretch of I-29 on the northern edge of Council Bluffs reopened at 3 p.m. The highways had been closed'... Read More

WOODLAND PARK - A Norfolk man is in jail after being arrested on sexual assault charges. In a news release from the Stanton County Sheriff’s Office, 68-year-old David Langan was arrested Tuesday on multiple counts of 2nd-Degree Sexual Assault of'... Read More

KEARNEY (WH News Service) - A Minnesota-based company is making a multi-million dollar investment in a south-central Nebraska town. Kearney city officials announced Tuesday that Compute North is building a seven-point-six-five million dollar data '... Read More

President Donald Trump did a victory lap with Iowa and Nebraska farmers on Tuesday, touting his administration’s move to lift a ban on selling gasoline mixed with 15% ethanol during summer months. And he certainly received accolades '... Read More

YORK (WH News Service) - Construction is officially underway on a new housing project in York. Governor Pete Ricketts was among the attendees of a ground-breaking ceremony for the York Creekside Apartments. York's City Council recently rezoned '... Read More

LINCOLN — A judge has decided to allow the Saline County sheriff to decide if Aubrey Trail can remain housed at a state prison facility equipped with nursing home-like beds. Trail, 52, has asked to remain housed at the State Diagnostic and Eva'... Read More