Updated: 08/29/2006 - The cost of food, fun, and rides at the Nebraska State Fair can add up quickly. With some preparation, your trip to the summer celebration doesn't have to cost a fortune.
Posted: 08/28/2006 - Supporters of a measure asking voters to approve video keno gathered enough signatures to place the issue on the November seventh ballot.
Updated: 08/28/2006 - Colorado prosecutors confirm they've dropped charges against John Karr in the killing of JonBenet Ramsey, saying DNA tests failed to put him at the crime scene.
Posted: 08/28/2006 - A Nebraska Army Guard Soldier has died from injuries he sustained in a hum-vee accident in Iraq.
Updated: 08/28/2006 - If mother nature doesn't cooperate for the state fair, we've got another idea...Curl up with a good book!
Posted: 08/27/2006 - Children's sprinklers are recalled because of a safety hazard.
Posted: 08/27/2006 - The first week of school includes lots of schedule adjustments for Lincoln students.
Posted: 08/26/2006 - Getting to the State Fair just got easier! Click here to find a ride to the fairgrounds.
Posted: 08/24/2006 - Democrats say politics may have played a role in Secretary of State John Gale's decision to block state Auditor Kate Witek's nomination to the November ballot.
Posted: 08/24/2006 - After being sworn in as a University of Nebraska Regent, former North Platte Mayor Robert Phares said he is eager to get to work.
Posted: 08/24/2006 - The 71-year-old farmer who was killed in an accident on his rural Lindsay farm was Arthur Korth.
Posted: 08/23/2006 - Two arrest warrants have been issued in connection with the death of a Hastings man.
Posted: 08/23/2006 - University of Nebraska researchers say that advances in vaccine development offer the potential to help methamphetamine addicts kick the devastating habit.
Posted: 08/23/2006 - The Nebraska Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether a ballot initiative to legalize up to three casinos in Nebraska can appear on the November ballot.
Posted: 08/23/2006 - Scorched wheat in the west, parched pastures in the Sandhills and widespread irrigation in the east all add up to an estimated $342 million in losses across the state of Nebraska this year.