Community Crops holds 9th annual Feast on the Farm
Community Crops holds 9th annual Feast on the Farm

Hundreds of people got a taste of some fresh garden vegetables Saturday night at the 9th annual Feast on the Farm. The fundraiser was held at Prairie Pines Training Farm. It raised money for The Community Crop, an organization that helps people understand

14 hrs 26 mins ago by Macy Meyer
NSC Mud Run has 1,200 participants this year
NSC Mud Run has 1,200 participants this year

NSC Mud Run a success at the Lancaster Event Center.

18 hrs 5 mins ago by Taylor Ttrujillo
St. Monica's Amazing "chase" fundraiser for women seeking life saving treatment
St. Monica's Amazing "chase" fundraiser for women seeking life saving treatment

St. Monica's amazing "chase" fundraiser is in its 14th year. It follows the same scavenger hunt style as the televised "Amazing Race."

17 hrs 55 mins ago by Taylor Ttrujillo
Teams compete in 'Spike Out Pediatric Cancer' volleyball tournament
Teams compete in 'Spike Out Pediatric Cancer' volleyball tournament

Sixteen teams signed up and competed in the 5th annual spike out pediatric cancer volleyball tournament on Saturday. The Pediatric Cancer Action Network or better known as p–can set up the event based on a love for volleyball and wanting to help tho

14 hrs 32 mins ago by Macy Meyer
Nebraska State Penitentiary inmate sent to hospital after assaulted in cell
Nebraska State Penitentiary inmate sent to hospital after assaulted in cell

A housing unit at the Nebraska State Penitentiary has been placed on modified operations due to separate incidents involving multiple inmates.

16 hrs 37 mins ago by Marlo Lundak
Hy-Vee suffers stolen customer account information
Hy-Vee suffers stolen customer account information

Credit and debit card information of some Hy-Vee customers is being sold on an internet site for $17 to $35 apiece.

21 hrs 34 mins ago by Marlo Lundak
Toxic algae alert in Nebraska lakes
Toxic algae alert in Nebraska lakes

Toxic blue-green algae has been identified in lakes throughout several Nebraska counties

21 hrs 40 mins ago by Marlo Lundak
Food truck robbery
Food truck robbery

Lincoln Police responded to reports of a robbery at 32nd & O street around midnight Friday night. A food vendor was approached by two men on bikes who revealed a black handgun. An unknown amount of money was taken and LPD reported no injures. The robbery

Marlo Lundak
Subway burglarized overnight
Subway burglarized overnight

Subway on 53rd & O Street was burglarized overnight.

22 hrs 4 mins ago by Marlo Lundak
Local Community College welcomes new therapy dog for students
Local Community College welcomes new therapy dog for students

Mid-Plains Community College welcomes new therapy dog for faculty and students.

22 hrs 23 mins ago by Marlo Lundak
State Fair parking lots closed because of wet weather, guests asked to park at off-site shuttle locations
State Fair parking lots closed because of wet weather, guests asked to park at off-site shuttle locations

Fair guests are advised to seek several off-site parking and shuttle locations

August 24th, 11:08 AM CDT by Mark Haggar
'Miracle Pup' survives treacherous five days
'Miracle Pup' survives treacherous five days

Curtis and Ellen were on a trip to Tennessee when they got a text that would quickly change their lives. "I had a text that said, please tell me Tucker is micro-chipped and I kind of had that drop in my belly that was like; oh my gosh what is happening."

August 23rd, 10:39 PM CDT by Macy Meyer
NE Supreme Court approves alternate route for XL Pipeline plans
NE Supreme Court approves alternate route for XL Pipeline plans

A unanimous decision from the Nebraska Supreme Court has cleared the way for the next step of the Keystone XL pipeline.

August 23rd, 5:25 PM CDT by Taylor Ttrujillo
DMV website feature allows people to quickly check drivers license validity
DMV website feature allows people to quickly check drivers license validity

The Nebraska DMV website has introduced a way to quickly and easily check on the status of a drivers license.

August 23rd, 5:15 PM CDT by Zach Worthington
Multiple children hit by vehicles this week
Multiple children hit by vehicles this week

Three children in the area have been hit by cars this week, two of them dying.

August 23rd, 6:13 PM CDT by Marlo Lundak
Humboldt community rallies behind beloved school counselor facing second cancer diagnosis
Humboldt community rallies behind beloved school counselor facing second cancer diagnosis

Karen Mezger learned just a couple weeks ago that her cancer returned after being cancer-free for two years. The community of Humboldt is rallying behind her yet again.

Alden German
Police: 11-year-old riding bike killed by truck in Blair
Police: 11-year-old riding bike killed by truck in Blair

His name hasn't been released, but police say he was a student at Otte Blair Middle School in Blair.     

Brent BonFleur
Nebraska court upholds state’s approval of pipeline path
Nebraska court upholds state’s approval of pipeline path

Nebraska’s highest court has rejected another attempt to derail the Keystone XL pipeline that could have forced the developer to reapply for state approval and delayed the $8 billion project yet again.

Brent BonFleur
Windstream internet outage impacts 650 customers in Lincoln, Waverly
Windstream internet outage impacts 650 customers in Lincoln, Waverly

Windstream reports 650 people were affected by an internet outage after a contractor for Allo Internet accidentally cut into fiber wires on Tuesday.

August 21st, 4:43 PM CDT by Zach Worthington
UPDATE: U.S. Secretary of Agriculture cancels visit to Nebraska
UPDATE: U.S. Secretary of Agriculture cancels visit to Nebraska

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue was scheduled to be in Nebraska Friday, August 23rd.

Evan Hummel