Updated: 7:48 AM The Stuhr Museum Foundation hopes to raise $7 million for renovations.
Posted: 7:45 PM The Grand Island City Council had a busy Tuesday meeting, approving two multi-million dollar sewer projects and a grant that could fund new police hires.
Posted: 7:47 PM A bill designed to help fight wildfires in rural Nebraska has advanced to a final legislative vote.
Posted: 7:48 PM The Federal Reserve says farm income growth slowed across the Plains and western states in the first quarter as costs increased and the drought lingered.
Posted: 6:00 PM A 47-year-old North Platte man whose dog was infested with maggots has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor animal abuse.
Posted: 10:38 AM Lawmakers have given final approval to a funding bill that divides state aid among Nebraska's large and small public schools.
Posted: 9:25 AM Less than two weeks ago, it snowed in some parts of Nebraska and Iowa.
Updated: 6:30 PM Holdrege Public School officials hope to use the money to consolidate three elementary school buildings into one new one.
Posted: 8:05 PM Hastings, Grand Island, Kearney and North Platte are all vying for the new facility.
Posted: 5:06 PM Nebraska lawmakers have voted to override Gov. Dave Heineman's veto on a public-school retirement bill.
Updated: 5:17 AM The Powerball jackpot is climbing again, and fast. In just a few short weeks, the jackpot has ballooned to an estimated $360 million, making it the third largest Powerball jackpot and the seventh largest jackpot ever
Posted: 1:43 PM Authorities say a 30-year-old central Nebraskan has been fatally injured in a collision between his motorcycle and a farm vehicle.
Posted: 11:41 AM Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning has been fined $19,000 by the Federal Election Commission for violating campaign finance laws during his run for U.S. Senate last year.
Updated: 7:27 AM Nebraska farmers are working hard to plant their corn crop, but this spring's wet weather has slowed their work. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says about 43 percent of Nebraska's corn crop has been planted. That's about 10 days behind the average of 77 percent planted at this point. Nebraska's wheat crop continues to be in bad shape. About 48 percent of the wheat crop is in poor or very poor condition.