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13 min ago | KHGI
A former hospital administrator in western Nebraska has pleaded guilty to a child pornography charge as part of a deal.
1 hr ago | KHGI
An attempt to invalidate a ballot measure that would allow electronic betting on old horse races is now in the hands of the Nebraska Supreme Court.
2 hrs ago | KLKN
Anti-gambling group Gambling With The Good Life is opposed to the measure, arguing it cheapens the sport of horse racing, and will turn Nebraska into a casino state.
6 hrs ago | Deadline
NBC's Omaha affiliate WOWT is reporting that a crew member from the reality TV series Cops has died after being shot while filming for the show Tuesday night, during a standoff between police and a robbery suspect at a Wendy's fast-food restaurant.
10 hrs ago | KOLN-TV Lincoln
Nebraska U.S. Senate Candidates debated at the State Fair on Monday on topics including Healthcare, Immigration Reform, Tax Reform, Country of Origin Labeling, Federal Agency Overreach, Veterans Care, Working in Washington and the Role of Agriculture.
Nebraska officials are reporting a slight increase in the percentage of students who met or exceeded math and reading proficiency standards.
He's the sixth suspect to make this mistake in Operation Torpedo, an FBI operation that targeted three Tor-based child porn sites and that used controversial methods to unmask anonymized users.
A new report by a civil liberties group says Nebraska law enforcement officers stop and arrest a disproportionate number of non-white drivers.
Growing up on a farm, Beth Janning always knew she loved animals. The family had dairy cattle and hogs in addition to growing row crops.
Seeking his ninth term in office, the Republican congressman deemed Nebraska's " top climate denier " by the state's most prominent progressive grassroots organization seems to be getting a run for his money from a veteran state senator.
Living history demonstrations by re-enactors are scheduled Aug. 30-Sept. 1 at Fort Kearny State Historical Park and Indian Cave State Park.
CARGILL PLEDGES $1 MILLION TO THE NEW "RAISING NEBRASKA" PROGRAM Aug. 26, 2014 Source: Cargill news release With a major presence in Nebraska, Cargill has become the title sponsor of Raising Nebraska, pledging $1 million dollars over five years.
The Norfolk Daily News says about 50 people gathered Sunday on a quiet hill at Best Cemetery west of Norfolk.
Fifty percent of poll respondents said they were better off this year than five years ago, up from 42 percent last year.
It's called Bridge to Independence, and on Oct. 20 it's expected to begin helping former foster children who have aged out of state custody at 19. State legislation passed in 2013 and 2014 authorized the program, but funding approval by the federal government was necessary before it could begin.
Nebraska's attorney general said the state's corrections department has been too busy dealing with myriad problems to focus on resolving drug shortages that have halted executions in the state, which hasn't carried out the death penalty in 17 years.
Taxes will be the topic at a special meeting Monday night in Pilger, Nebraska. After a night of fun thanks to Bret Michaels Sunday night, residents in Pilger get back to the business of recovery.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 04:26 pm
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