In 2021, Timothy McPeak was originally arrested and was going to be charged with second-degree murder after his then-neighbor Luis Nogurea, 76, was found dead in the hallway of their shared apartment complex near 10th and E Streets.
A 25-year-old Winside teacher who was accused of having a relationship with a 17-year-old male student in January is now back in court after allegedly violating her bond by writing a letter to the victim.
Friday marked day 50 of the Nebraska Legislature and after three weeks of filibusters, that trend will likely continue in the coming weeks and months, even as some senators look for ways to work around the legislative blockage.
Researchers at the University of Nebraska Omaha are making progress on a new approach to help stop violence before it even starts. They’ve begun testing a chatbot prototype that will eventually be used to help people report critical information.
A total of 56 high school seniors were recently accepted into KHOP, a pipeline program designed to grow the state’s health care workforce by recruiting and educating students from rural Nebraska who are committed to practicing in these areas after professional school.
Special Olympics Nebraska has announced that the University of Nebraska, a Special Olympics Unified Champion School, is receiving national banner recognition for its efforts to provide inclusive sports and activities for students with and without disabilities.