After a rough planting season, one central Nebraska pumpkin patch is closing for the season.
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.
Falls City officials are considering declaring their community "a city of arts."
A federal judge has temporarily blocked enforcement of parts of new South Dakota laws that aim to prevent disruptive demonstrations against the Keystone XL pipeline.
The Farm Service Agency is warning farmers that the deadline is coming up to buy risk coverage through the Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program.
Nebraska wildlife officials say it's never too early for a child's first hunting trip.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln says a student has tested positive for mumps and another student is "probable" for the disease.
A Lincoln woman is celebrating her 106th birthday.
After 18 months in a rehabilitative veterans program, Army vet Aaron Sherman prepares to graduate.
Teens got their hands dirty in the Careers in Construction day at Southeast Community College in Milford, on Wednesday.
The 4th annual "No More Crimes of Power and Control" conference was held this September and aimed to educate the community on sexual and domestic violence.
Officials said Wednesday a "first-of-its-kind" search turned up drugs and homemade weapons at the Nebraska State Penitentiary.
Authorities cited a 19-year-old Lincoln woman for negligent burning after she reportedly started her apartment on fire while burning love letters from an ex-girlfriend.
Twenty-eight people were killed in Nebraska traffic crashes during the month of August, according to the Nebraska Department of Transportation.
A judge has terminated the parental rights of the mother and father of twin baby boys abandoned at a Kearney hospital in February.
According to Lincoln Police dispatch, lines should all be back up and working.
Tickets are still available for the annual, non-profit festival in downtown Lincoln.
Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird is encouraging residents to support the Lincoln Calling music festival, the Lincoln Arts Festival, the Lincoln PoPS festival of contemporary art and the Streets Alive! outdoor movement festival this week and weekend.
The owner of a dry cleaning business that burned following an explosion last year has been charged with arson and other counts.
Under federal aviation regulations, VanderWey was prohibited from being a pilot in command of a plane carrying a passenger.
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.