After a wrenching debate, local leaders of the Boy Scouts of America have voted to open their ranks to openly gay boys for the first time.
CANNES, France - Cannes is winding down its 66th edition and an elegiac mood has reliably settled on the Mediterranean town.
Its menu doesn't skimp on calories and includes a lot of crowd favorites, but it's also a well-edited single page, not the size of a science book.
On May 15, hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside the state Capitol in Lincoln, NE, to protest the filibuster that has blocked a bill expanding Medicaid to 54,000 new patients in the state, in accordance with the federal Affordable Care Act.
Alexander Payne's Nebraska , a black-and-white film in competition at the 66th Festival de Cannes, is a stylistic but not a thematic departure from his previous film, The Descendants .
Nebraska Task Force 1 , the Urban Search and Rescue team based at Lincoln Fire and Rescue, is returning today from Moore, Oklahoma, where it assisted with operations in the wake of Monday's deadly tornado.
And, less than two months after paramedics helped him survived a heart attack, one Lincoln man wants to say thank you.
Mayor Chris Beutler today announced that the number of vehicle crashes in the City continues to decrease.
School administrators at Irving Middle School say an eighth grader in charge of designing the school yearbook wrote something offensive next to another student's picture.
It's time for another Mommy Makeover. It's our chance to give a lucky mom a new look.
Nebraska high schoolers and their parents will have access this fall to a new online course that teaches financial literacy.
The school year is ending on a disturbing note for students and staff at Lincoln's Irving Middle School.
The Nebraska State Patrol is rerouting traffic on I-80 at the NW 48th St. exit near Lincoln due to an overturned semi.
A 43 year old Lincoln man released on parole on Monday led the State Patrol on a 5 mile chase into a north Lincoln neighborhood.
The eighth annual Great Plains Theatre Conference begins its eight-day run Saturday on the Fort Omaha campus of Metropolitan Community College.
"It's great to see that many law enforcement to come together on the same day and run that flame of hope," said organizer Char Estes.