Posted: 11:16 PM Nebraska lawmakers advanced a bill that would support a program that teaches inmates how to be good parents.
Posted: 8:29 PM Twelve out of 86 retail outlets in Buffalo and Sherman Counties failed alcohol compliance checks last week.
Posted: 7:51 PM The Environmental Protection Agency again is raising objections to the proposed Keystone XL pipeline that would carry oil from western Canada to the Texas Gulf Coast.
Posted: 4:50 PM Cabela's says Dick Cabela plans to step down as chairman and hand off the job to his younger brother and co-founder, Jim Cabela.
Posted: 2:54 PM Lawmakers are divided over proposed changes to Nebraska's school-funding formula, with rural senators expressing support for the measure and many urban lawmakers saying they oppose it.
Posted: 1:08 PM Average retail gasoline prices in Lincoln have fallen 4.8 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.40/g Sunday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 146 gas outlets in Lincoln.
Posted: 12:59 PM The Nebraska Humane Society says another dog has been poisoned in the backyard of an Omaha couple.
Posted: 12:50 PM A 30-year-old man has been given four years of probation and 128 days in jail for causing a fatal crash north of Columbus last year.
Posted: 6:29 AM A DNA sample taken in 2011 after a Nebraska man's burglary conviction has linked him to five sexual assaults in Omaha between 1999 and 2009.
Posted: 7:12 PM The Nebraska Chautauqua is giving Central Nebraskans a chance to learn about and discuss the state's history.
Posted: 11:07 AM A symposium on family history and land records will be held this summer at Southeast Community College's campus in Beatrice.
Posted: 10:58 AM Nebraska is one of 22 states where anglers could land a million-dollar fish.
Posted: 8:49 PM A Johnson County deputy was injured when he lost control of his patrol vehicle and slid into an oncoming truck.
Posted: 8:41 PM The fire chief for Omaha is warning that his department faces a multimillion-dollar shortfall, and he wants the Omaha City Council to take action.
Posted: 10:14 AM A drop in federal donations has left Iowa food banks low on supplies and hopeful the Legislature will approve funding for the organizations.
Posted: 10:01 AM The Ralston Area Chamber of Commerce is inviting business owners, professionals and exhibitors to attend a networking expo.
Posted: 9:54 PM A pileup happened around 4:15 Friday afternoon at 1st and Old Cheney, causing a slow commute home.
Updated: 11:51 AM Nebraska's unemployment rate remained unchanged in March, holding steady at under four percent.
Updated: 11:19 PM Authorities say a small explosive device was neutralized at the McCook airport in southwest Nebraska.
Posted: 7:18 AM A bridge project is expected to slow travelers on a stretch of U.S. Highway 183 in central Nebraska.