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3 hrs ago | KGWN
Nebraska lawmakers are one step closer to making it a criminal offense to take pictures up a woman's skirt.
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7 hrs ago | KHGI
Opponents on Wednesday launched a filibuster to block the measure, which would allow Nebraska to issue up to $200 million in bonds.
11 hrs ago | KOTA-TV Rapid City
Military retirees who choose to live in Nebraska could receive a partial tax break, under a bill set for debate in the Legislature.
15 hrs ago | The Papillion Times
A new report says more than 25,000 Nebraskans have signed up for private health insurance plans through the federal enrollment website.
20 hrs ago | KLKN
The Nebraska Safety Center has received a $639,300 grant to train bus and transit-company drivers from around the state.
An allergist at the University of Nebraska Medical Center says now is the time to get those allergy medications out as trees begin to pollinate and spring temperatures arrive to push people outdoors.
Healthcare costs and access to those services continue to be a pressing issue for Nebraskans, according to a recent survey conducted by Community Action of Nebraska.
A 19-year-old Nebraska man is facing several charges after police caught him carrying a large snake after a break-in at an exotic pet store.
In an increasingly competitive environment for hotels, rising bond payments are on the way for the Hilton, but city officials see no reason to worry.
U.S. Attorney Deborah R. Gilg announced Monday that 35-year-old Jason Armstrong has been ordered to pay more than $140,000 in restitution to the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services.
Nebraska lawmakers kicked off a budget debate on Monday focused on property taxes and a proposal to spend $2.5 million on cast-bronze fountains at the Capitol.
Nebraska lawmakers are squabbling over how much money to put into a state fund that helps reduce property taxes, and whether to pay $2.5 million for bronze fountains at the Capitol.
Lawmakers began debate Monday on a measure that would ban minors from using e-cigarettes and stores from selling them to anyone under 18. Senators broke away for lunch before taking a vote.
Nebraska lawmakers are poised to act this session on income tax cuts for seniors and veterans.
Water is life's most basic element, and in Nebraska, it's the building block of our economy.
Entries are being sought for the 24th annual Nebraska Handwriting Contest. The contest is open to all Nebraska residents.