The boy with brain cancer who scored a touchdown at a Nebraska practice game is playing football for real. Thirteen-year-old Jack Hoffman took the field Monday to play center for his West Holt junior high team in Atkinson....
A boy with brain cancer who scored a touchdown at a Nebraska practice game is playing football for real.
The Missouri River continues to rise and flood mostly rural land in Nebraska and Iowa, but Interstate 29 remains open near Omaha.
Officers found more weapons and drugs during a second search of the Nebraska State Penitentiary in Lincoln.
A former employee has been accused of stealing from the Nebraska Education Department.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln says one student has been diagnosed with the mumps and another student is showing symptoms of the contagious disease.
The rising Missouri River broke through two levees northeast of Omaha, but the flooding affected rural areas that have been flooded twice before this year.
It seems this love was too hot to handle.
Falls City officials are considering declaring their community "a city of arts."
A judge has terminated the parental rights of the mother and father of twin baby boys abandoned at a Kearney hospital in February.
A former Nebraska mayor accused of child sexual assault has taken a plea deal and been given a year of probation.
The National Transportation Safety Board says a South Dakota pilot who died in a single-engine plane crash along with his teenage son should not have had a passenger.
The owner of a dry cleaning business that burned following an explosion last year has been charged with arson and other counts.
The annual grant program sponsored by the College World Series and NCAA is accepting applications through Oct. 1.
Authorities say a 66-year-old inmate has died at a state facility in Lincoln.
Pedestrian safety and rider injuries dominated testimony as the Lincoln City Council considered establishing a pilot program for rental scooters.
The Nebraska trial of a Kansas man charged with the collision deaths of four Iowa motorcyclists has been delayed again.
An Omaha city councilman has pleaded guilty to charges that he didn't file federal income tax returns for 2012, 2013 or 2014.
A major building project at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's College of Engineering is getting a $20 million boost from one of North America's largest construction and engineering companies.
Authorities say a 78-year-old man died after his all-terrain vehicle flipped over and pinned him beneath it in the Nebraska Panhandle.