Posted: 12:34 PM If you live in Nebraska, you've probably heard that "IT'S GOING TO SNOW AGAIN!" Well, let me address that.
Posted: 6:17 AM NASA's Cassini spacecraft has captured stunning views of a monster hurricane at Saturn's North Pole.
Posted: 6:22 AM Federal wildlife officials have drafted plans to lift protections for gray wolves across the Lower 48 states, a move that would end a decades-long effort that has restored the animals but only in parts of their historic range.
Posted: 6:14 AM Storms around Houston, Texas, have dumped several inches of rain, leaving thousands of people without electricity and forcing about 150 high-water rescues.
Posted: 6:08 AM The National Weather Service says the Red River will likely peak in Fargo, North Dakota, on the low end of the predicted crest range.
Posted: 8:16 AM The Mississippi River is topping out at some problematic spots, but there's growing concern that spring floods are far from over.
Posted: 8:28 AM Nebraska lawns that were damaged by last summer's drought will need some extra care this spring and summer.
Posted: 11:36 AM Power was restored Saturday evening in Kearney after Nebraska Public Power District transmission and distribution crews completed their final storm restoration work.
Posted: 10:49 AM An overnight blizzard has left parts of the Colorado mountains covered in new snow.
Posted: 5:12 PM China is feeling the man-made heat of global warming. That's the conclusion drawn by scientists looking at the burning of fossil fuels and one country's rise in daily temperature spikes.
Posted: 5:08 PM A new federal report says last year's drought was a freak of nature and can't be blamed on man-made global warming.
Posted: 3:07 PM With severe weather season upon us, the 10/11 Weather Team would like to let you know of all the different places you can find us when storms threaten. With technology advancements today, there are more places than ever to get the information you need to stay safe.
Updated: 3:01 PM Slick roads and severe weather have lead to cancellations.
Updated: 10:51 AM Ice and blowing snow close more of Interstate 80 Wednesday. More snow is expected to fall.
Updated: 7:38 AM UNL's Family Weatherfest and Severe Weather Symposium is 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 6 at Hardin Hall. The free, family event explores the wonder of weather and teaches techniques for surviving – and even thriving – through severe weather events. Free parking is available.
Posted: 4:34 AM The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is hosting an event to teach techniques for surviving severe weather events.
Posted: 6:27 AM People in Hawaii are donning sweaters and long-sleeve shirts as winds from the north send temperatures to record lows.