PILGER - Pilger, Nebraska....an emblematic Nebraska small town. Day to day, it’s residents don’t draw much attention from the rest of the world. But on June 16th, 2014 for a few terrifying moments Pilger was the center of the universe. '... Read More

BROKEN BOW--District 36 State Senator Matt Williams made the rounds through Broken Bow on Thursday and said he was happy to be here now that the legislative session is over. The Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce organized a variety of events on Thurs'... Read More

NELIGH, NE - It’s only fitting for the flag capital of Nebraska to line their major roads with American flags…especially on such an important day. Since 2014, Blackburn Manufacturing Co. has celebrated Flag Day and decorated the town of Neligh'... Read More

WOODLAND PARK - Three people are injured after a one vehicle rollover in Stanton County on Friday. First calls of the rollover came shortly after 2 p.m. near the intersection of 844th Road and 560th Avenue outside of Woodland Park. Stanton Co'... Read More

COMSTOCK--Twenty years after it all started the Comstock Windmill Festival continues this weekend with an exciting lineup of country music acts. Event organizer Henry Nuxoll said Brad Paisley was one of the first artists to visit Comstock and that'... Read More

NORFOLK - A grand jury has been called to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of 47-year old Cory Dittman during a hours-long standoff in Norfolk last week. Court records show District Judge Mark Johnson of Madison County ordered'... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY – Spring flooding has temporarily closed the historic Mayhew Cabin in Nebraska City and has the property’s foundation looking to the city for improved drainage. The foundation says rain water backed up at a blocked drainage t'... Read More

OMAHA - For more than 40 years, the Scottish Rite Masons have funded the RiteCare Clinics at the Munroe-Meyer Institute (MMI) at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, making it possible to assist thousands of children in overcoming speech and l'... Read More

NORFOLK - The trade war with China has impacted a lot of Nebraskans. One industry that may not come to mind, however, is the biking industry. Tariffs imposed on Chinese imports have resulted in price increases for one Norfolk business. Cleveland Bike'... Read More

SPENCER - Work is beginning on the destroyed Highway 281 bridge over the Niobrara River. In May, The Nebraska Department of Transportation announced Hawkins Construction was awarded the contract to begin work on the bridge. In a Facebook post f'... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY – The International Windmiller's Trade Fair toured the Kregel Windmill Factory Museum at Nebraska City Thursday. T. Lindsay Baker, an industrial historian and editor of the Windmiller’s Gazette, first heard about the factory '... Read More

NORTH PLATTE—The official state celebration of Nebraska has kicked off this past week in North Platte, where it has been for more than 50 years. The original Nebraskaland Days Celebration began in Lincoln in 1965 but has since moved to the home of '... Read More

BEATRICE - Nathan Spilker is 19. He'll be 20 on June 15. He graduated from Beatrice High School two years ago, and just wrapped up his sophomore year at Princeton. An aerospace engineering major, Spilker was one of 40 students involved in '... Read More

DES MOINES — The son of an Iowa civil rights attorney who is handling a high-profile civil trial involving a former governor was arrested in the courtroom where his mother was working amid an apparent dispute over the courthouse’s air quality'... Read More