- Man's hanging in 1903 was Nebraska's first state execution Updated: Jun-20-15 10:48 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - The state of Nebraska killed its first man using a secondhand scaffold from Douglas County and a rope special ordered from Chicago.
- Pilger village clerk steps up after 2014 June tornado Updated: Jun-17-15 5:28 pm
PILGER, Nebraska - A tornado last year that damaged most of a small, northeastern Nebraska town left the village clerk known as "Momma Kim" with plenty to do.
- Bank project draws crowd as Pilger continues rebuilding Updated: Jun-14-15 5:46 pm
PILGER, Nebraska - A groundbreaking ceremony for a new bank doesn't usually attract more than 200 people, but the new Midwest Bank marks a key milestone in Pilger's rebuilding.
- Pilot suffers only minor injuries when plane crashes Updated: Jun-13-15 1:42 pm
FOSTER, Nebraska - A pilot suffered only minor injuries after putting his crop duster down in a northeast Nebraska field, which overturned on its top in the process.
- Crofton man opens museum to showcase pulley collection Updated: Jun-13-15 10:58 am
CROFTON, Nebraska - A Crofton contractor has turned a vacant building into a place for his pulley collection to allow visitors to socialize while taking a trip back in time.
- Nebraska commission receives $10K for Cowboy Trail Updated: Jun-08-15 6:26 am
NORFOLK, Nebraska - The Nebraska Game and Park Commission has received $10,000 in funding from a grant program to continue development and management planning for the Cowboy Recreation and Nature Trail in northern Nebraska.
- Norfolk pastor remains passionate about archaeology Updated: Jun-07-15 11:19 am
NORFOLK, Nebraska - Archaeology: Long hours, hard work and totally worth it.
- Psychologist accused of sex with ex-client loses license Updated: Jun-03-15 12:40 pm
NORFOLK, Nebraska - A Norfolk psychologist accused of having sex with a former patient has surrendered his license for a year.