Updated: 4:16 AM - The Splash Committee unveiled a proposal this week for a new aquatic center in Nebraska City.
Updated: 4:22 AM - Capitol Administrator Bob Ripley says there are plans to renovate the foyer and other parts of the building.
Posted: 04/23/2014 - The state is launching a new mobile app for smartphones and tablets that will help Nebraskans search for available jobs in the state.
Updated: 4:32 AM - Gov. Dave Heineman is hoping to lure military veterans to Nebraska with a campaign touting good jobs for vets.
Updated: 04/23/2014 - Michaels Stores said Thursday that about 2.6 million cards, or about 7 percent of all debit and credit cards used at its namesake stores, may have been affected in a security breach. Four Nebraska stores are listed as having been involved in the breach.
Posted: 04/22/2014 - Imagine if you had $10,000 in spare change just sitting in the corner not being spent. For one classroom in Kearney, that's exactly what's happening.
Updated: 04/23/2014 - Things are pretty much back to normal on Meredeth Street for people who live there but there's still many questions as to what all happened. 10/11 sat down with one of Bettina's high school classmates who can't believe this happened just blocks away from her house.
Updated: 04/23/2014 - The location of the Buffalo County Korean War Hero Flight Fundraiser has been moved due to weather concerns. It will be held Sunday, April 27 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Buffalo County Extension Building.
Updated: 04/23/2014 - Nurse practitioners will still need to collaborate with physicians in order to practice in Nebraska, after the governor vetoed a bill that would have changed state regulations.
Updated: 04/23/2014 - A Lincoln man is facing charges after police say his six week old child turned up at the hospital with burns.
Posted: 04/22/2014 - Lancaster County Sheriff's deputies arrested an Omaha man for his 8th DUI on Friday.
Updated: 04/22/2014 - A Nebraska inmate has pleaded no contest to manslaughter in the death of a Lincoln woman who was struck and killed by a state prison van he was driving.
Updated: 04/22/2014 - Monday afternoon, Gov. Dave Heineman signed LB 254 into law. As a result of this law, some health insurance plans in Nebraska will provide coverage for screening, diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorder in a child until the insured child is 21 years old.