Only weeks after reopening in the wake of historic flooding along the Missouri River in March, Interstate 29 on and off ramps for Highway 2 in southwest Iowa have again closed due to flooding.
Just as summer is finally coming into view in Nebraska, an Omaha museum is kicking off its search for the perfect Christmas tree.
A boat cleaning station has been installed at Lewis and Clark State Recreation Area's Weigand Marina in northern Nebraska.
The Nebraska Fire Marshal's office has determined a lightning strike caused the fire that destroyed a fertilizer plant and injured three people. The office said in a news release Friday afternoon that the fire at...
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Lincoln police say a driver has been arrested in a crash last month that killed her passenger.
Nebraska prison officials say a man serving a decades-long sentence for manslaughter has died in custody.
Omaha's sewage treatment plant is back online after severe flooding forced public works officials to shut it down and pump raw sewage into the Missouri River for a month.
Crews have contained a large fire at a Hastings fertilizer plant.
A handcuffed inmate escaped from the Dawson County Courthouse in Lexington but was quickly found a few blocks away.
Omaha police say an off-duty mall security guard faces charges after using his vehicle to chase suspected shoplifters in an incident that also saw an off-duty sheriff's deputy fire a gun at one of the suspects.
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A bill that would require Nebraska abortion providers to give women information about possibly continuing their pregnancy after taking the first of two abortion drugs is headed to a final vote in the Legislature.
Nebraska lawmakers are setting the groundwork for a plan to get as many residents as possible to participate in the 2020 Census.
A bill that would have lowered Nebraska's top corporate income tax rate is dead for the year but could return in the 2020 legislative session.
A group formed to recall Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert (STAH'-thurt) has halted its efforts.
A former Hastings teacher accused of having sex with a teenage student and providing her alcohol has pleaded not guilty.
A jury has found a 30-year-old man guilty of first-degree murder and two weapons crimes in Omaha.
A last-minute push to pass a property tax package has stalled in the Nebraska Legislature, dimming the prospects of any major changes this year.