Posted: 5:05 PM Nebraska lawmakers voted 33-8 to pass a measure that would leave register voters with fewer days to cast in-person early ballots.
Updated: 7:09 PM A group of conservative Nebraska lawmakers are trying to derail a proposal to expand Medicaid to more low-income adults.
Posted: 5:27 PM The Lancaster County Election Commissioner will conduct voter registration at several sites from Sunday, April 14th – Friday, April 19th.
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: 3:58 PM An effort to boost state-level alcohol enforcement in Nebraska is colliding with budget realities in the Legislature.
Posted: 8:35 PM A proposed salary increase for Nebraska judges has won first-round approval from lawmakers.
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: 6:50 PM Several Nebraska lawmakers criticized a bill that would replace state park permits with a $7 vehicle registration fee to help pay for park maintenance.
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: 2:59 PM Lawmakers voted to advance a measure that would let cities in Nebraska's largest metro area create a public authority or land bank to bid on tax-delinquent properties.
Posted: 1:55 PM A bill that would help Nebraska qualify for more federal foster care money has won first-round approval from lawmakers.
Posted: 9:09 PM Nebraska lawmakers are moving ahead with a proposed study of 911 services.
Posted: 1:45 PM Nebraska lawmakers have granted first-round approval to a measure that would give housing assistance to youths aging out of foster care.
Posted: 1:11 PM A Nebraska state senator known for his mastery of legislative rules is trying to force a vote on his proposal to repeal a city sales-tax measure.
Updated: 4:27 AM Owners of livestock that are seized in abuse or neglect cases could be ordered to pay for the care of their animals, under a bill that won first-round approval from Nebraska lawmakers.