Thursday Jul 24
Courthouse News Service
Wrongly Jailed Man Not Adequately Compensated
A Nebraska man who was wrongfully convicted of murder may not have received enough compensation, the state's highest court ruled.
No Foul Play in Gage County Inmate Death
A grand jury has found no criminal conduct caused or contributed to the death of a Gage County jail inmate in February.
Small Business Loans Helping Some Nebraska Companies Blossom
It's a statistic the Small Business Administration is proud of: 1,200 jobs are being created in Nebraska since Oct. 1 of last year.
Southeastern Nebraska could get new poultry plant
The Gage County Board is mulling a special-use permit that would allow a 26,000-chicken poultry operation east of Blue Springs in southeast Nebraska.
Employee Thief Returns $200 Taken 15 Years Ago
Pamela and Gibb Hedges owned the sports bar for 30 years. They were aware that cash was stolen from the register, but no employee ever confessed to it."
National Public Radio
Digital Homestead Records Reopen A Crucial Chapter Of U.S. History
Files detailing Nebraska's homesteading history have been digitized and are now available to the public.