COLUMBUS - Residents in northeast Nebraska are being put on alert after residents were targeted by scammers this week. Officials from Nebraska Public Power District say customers in Norfolk have been saying their getting calls from scammers posin'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—NEWS RELEASE: The Custer County Farm Bureau will host a meet-and-greet candidate forum for the upcoming general election in Custer County. The meet-and-greet forum will take place Thursday, October 18, at 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal Build'... Read More

COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA -- Ethanol advocates are overjoyed and supporters of President Donald Trump are energized after the President held a rally in Council Bluffs tonight. The President was greeted by Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts as he deplaned in'... Read More

NORFOLK - Residents of Norfolk, Nebraska can look forward to a new city skate park. A grant from the Nebraska Department of Economic Development for $425,000 was awarded to re-build and expand the local skate park. The funds will be used for r'... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. – There is no better place to enjoy the changing leaves and fall breezes than a state park. Nebraska Game and Parks Commission state park areas have several Halloween-themed events in October to bring families together outdoors. In a'... Read More

BROKEN BOW— The Broken Bow City Council approved the closure of Memorial Drive from Highway 70 to Jennie M. Melham Memorial Medical Center on Tuesday, October 9. The road will be closed to thru traffic from 8:00 A.M. until 4:00 P.M., or until the t'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY— Anywhere between 88-110 wind turbine towers will be going up in the southeast part of Custer County. The Prairie Hills Wind Farm project was given the go-ahead on Tuesday, October 9 after a unanimous vote by the Custer County Board o'... Read More

COLUMBUS - Despite their best efforts, the NSAA was forced to end the Girls Class B Golf Championship early on Tuesday due to the weather conditions. After being able to successfully complete day one of the tournament on Monday, day two began as n'... Read More

NORTH PLATTE, NE -- So it continues to be rainy across eastern Nebraska but at least it's not snowing... right? Well, western Nebraskans won't be able to say that soon. The first real snow of the year is forecast to come early this season and watches'... Read More

HASTINGS - With between a quarter and half an inch of rain possible in Hastings today (Tuesday) and the anticipated poor field conditions tomorrow (Wednesday), the Nebraska School Activities Association has delayed the start times significantly for t'... Read More

Omaha, NE.—TV attack ads are nothing new but there's an unfamiliar face on the attack in one key Nebraska race. It's the Lathrop-Riepe legislative battle in Ralston and southwest Omaha. And that unfamiliar face belongs to the little known Washin'... Read More

CALLAWAY—On Saturday, October 6 a minor was riding his bike on the street around Callaway when he ran into a backing up vehicle. The minor was riding on the street when he noticed his grandparents had driven by him. The minor quickly turned around,'... Read More

LINCOLN - The Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA) released their list of students who represent the very best of Nebraska high schools. The recognition of Nebraska's future leaders, known as Believers and Achievers, will highlight 48 hig'... Read More

NORFOLK - Anyone managing a business in Nebraska will tell you that finding good, reliable work is tough. This is the exact problem that the Nebraska State Chamber of Commerce is looking to solve. Representatives from the state chamber came to '... Read More