Updated: 6:34 AM The Lancaster County Election Commissioner will conduct voter registration at several sites this Saturday, April 13.
Posted: 3:58 PM Juveniles convicted of first-degree murder in Nebraska would face a minimum 40-year prison sentence, under a bill that won initial approval from lawmakers.
Posted: 2:38 PM Brendan Horner was sentenced 25-35 years for 1st degree assault, 5-10 years for attempted possession with intent to deliver. The use of a firearm charge was dropped.
Updated: 6:38 AM The Lincoln Police Department is investigating several reports of shots fired near an apartment complex.
Posted: 6:56 AM Toyota, Honda and Nissan are recalling more than 2 million vehicles globally for an identical problem with air bags on the passenger side whose inflator may burst, sending plastic pieces flying.
Posted: 6:32 AM Nebraskans can drop off unwanted phone books at parks and recreation centers throughout Lincoln.
Posted: 6:54 PM President Barack Obama is hosting Republican senators at the White House, with the budget, guns and immigration up for dinner table debate.
Posted: 4:50 PM Nebraska's net tax receipts in the month of March dipped below projections.
Updated: 6:09 AM A 47-year-old Friend man is dead following a one vehicle, rollover crash on Tuesday night.
Posted: 3:06 PM U.S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) released a statement today regarding her intention to oppose the gun control proposals currently under discussion in the United States Senate.
Posted: 3:01 PM Slick roads and severe weather have lead to cancellations.
Updated: 6:12 AM After the U.S. Postal Service announced in February that it planned to stop six-day service starting this summer, many rallied against the change by holding protests across the nation on March 24. The idea behind the change was to minimize financial losses suffered by U.S.P.S. but Congress ended up passing a spending bill that will continue the long-time prohibition against reducing delivery days.
Posted: 2:06 PM Opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline in Nebraska are circulating a petition to try to halt the project.
Posted: 1:55 PM A bill that would help Nebraska qualify for more federal foster care money has won first-round approval from lawmakers.