- Refuge to celebrate Nebraska, Iowa Archaeology Months Updated: Sep-05-15 5:04 am
OMAHA, Nebraska - The De Soto National Wildlife Refuge is planning two events to celebrate Nebraska and Iowa Archaeology Months.
- Construction careers highlighted at community college events Updated: Sep-05-15 5:04 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Nebraska students can learn more about careers in construction this fall at events held at six community colleges across the state.
- 19 processors to help provide free dear meat Updated: Sep-05-15 5:03 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Nineteen meat processors will participate in this year's Hunters Helping the Hungry program.
- T-shirt firm's design draws complaints from Native Americans Updated: Sep-04-15 6:53 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - An online Nebraska T-shirt company known for its witty designs with local flair is drawing criticism for a design accused of promoting stereotypes about Native Americans.
- Workers' comp ruling for assaulted Nebraska nurse stands Updated: Sep-04-15 3:10 pm
OMAHA, Nebraska - The Nebraska Supreme Court on Friday upheld a workers compensation ruling requiring a Kearney hospital to pay the salary of a former nurse who says she's unable to work because of psychological injuries she received from three assaults at the hands of patients while she was on the job.
- No. 14 LSU starts season vs. McNeese St. with options open Updated: Sep-04-15 12:57 pm
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - As 14th-ranked LSU opens a season in which expectations are high - but questions are many - the Tigers can at least take the field against McNeese State on Saturday night knowing that their quarterback competition is settled.
- Nebraska fairgoer hurt after leaping onto inflated bag Updated: Sep-04-15 12:17 pm
GRAND ISLAND, Nebraska - Officials say a woman has been injured after leaping onto an inflated bag at the Nebraska State Fair in Grand Island.
- Museum of Nebraska's Masonic history to open this weekend Updated: Sep-04-15 11:56 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A new home for a museum that highlights more than 150 years of Nebraska's Masonic history is scheduled to open this weekend.
- Sword found hidden in cane as man tries to enter building Updated: Sep-04-15 9:31 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Authorities say a man was arrested after a nearly 2-foot-long sword was found hidden in his cane as he tried to enter the Hall of Justice in Lincoln.
- Special vehicle fee proposed to help fix Omaha streets Updated: Sep-04-15 9:14 am
OMAHA, Nebraska - Two council members are proposing a special vehicle registration fee to help fix and maintain crumbling streets in Omaha.
- Alliance woman imprisoned for sex assault of teenage girl Updated: Sep-04-15 8:25 am
GERING, Nebraska - A 24-year-old Alliance woman has been given up to five years in prison for sexually assaulting a teenage girl.
- Nebraska school warns Chinese students about Internet scam Updated: Sep-04-15 7:53 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is warning Chinese students about an Internet scam aimed at them and their parents.
- Propane blast injures man at Grand Island plant Updated: Sep-04-15 6:35 am
GRAND ISLAND, Nebraska - An explosion has injured a man at a Grand Island manufacturing plant.
- Man gets 25 to 40 years in prison for Lincoln sexual assault Updated: Sep-04-15 4:02 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A 30-year-old man has been sentenced to 25 to 40 years in prison for sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl during a sleepover in Lincoln.
- 2 starters among 5 Huskers suspended for opener against BYU Updated: Sep-03-15 7:41 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Starting linebacker Michael Rose-Ivey and co-No. 1 cornerback Jonathan Rose are among five Nebraska players suspended for Saturday's opener against BYU.
- Interim Hall County Jail director quits 1 week after hiring Updated: Sep-03-15 6:08 pm
GRAND ISLAND, Nebraska - The newly-appointed interim director of the troubled Hall County Jail has resigned in the wake of questions about whether his jail management style is influenced by his son's imprisonment for murder in Arizona.
- Driver placed on leave after girl left locked in school bus Updated: Sep-03-15 5:16 pm
OMAHA, Nebraska - An Omaha father wants the district to explain how his 5-year-old daughter could have been left on a school bus instead of being taken home.
- New license plate honors Nebraska's 150 years as a state Updated: Sep-03-15 4:43 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Nebraska motorists can celebrate the state's 150th anniversary with a new license plate, starting Oct. 1.
- UNK reaches settlement with Justice Dept. in housing lawsuit Updated: Sep-03-15 3:53 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - The University of Nebraska at Kearney has agreed to enact new student housing policies and pay $140,000 to settle a Justice Department lawsuit that accused the university of violating federal law by not allowing therapy animals in student housing.
- Appeals court says drug evidence in bad stop can be used Updated: Sep-03-15 3:48 pm
OMAHA, Nebraska - A federal appeals court says drugs found in a car during a Nebraska traffic stop can be used as evidence, despite a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in April that said the search was unconstitutional.
- Seward County authorities investigating fatal rollover crash Updated: Sep-03-15 1:38 pm
SEWARD, Nebraska - Authorities in southeast Nebraska are investigating a rollover crash that left one man dead and another man injured.
- Texas man died in Nebraska collision with deer, patrol says Updated: Sep-03-15 12:35 pm
CHADRON, Nebraska - Authorities say a Texas man has died after his motorcycle struck one or more deer in the northwestern corner of Nebraska.
- Legislative staffer chosen for new corrections watchdog job Updated: Sep-03-15 12:31 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A legislative staffer who helped investigate Nebraska's corrections department will now serve as an official state watchdog for the agency.
- Correction: Switching Power story Updated: Sep-03-15 10:38 am
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, Nebraska - In a story Sept. 2 about South Sioux City switching electricity utilities, The Associated Press erroneously reported that Nebraska Public Power District spokesman Mark Becker said the city's rate would have increased by 0.6 percent annually under the terms of a new wholesale contract with the utility. That increase only would have pertained to 2016, not future years of the contract.
- 2 of 3 men charged in Nebraska ATM theft plead guilty Updated: Sep-03-15 10:37 am
WAYNE, Nebraska - Two men accused of stealing an ATM from a northeast Nebraska bank have taken deals and pleaded guilty.