11th Street Police Chase Ends Near Hamburg

NEBRASKA CITY – Authorities are reporting that a police chase that started in Nebraska City ended with a pickup truck on its side near Hamburg Wednesday. Otoe County Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Bril... Read More

BEATRICE – A Beatrice man has been ordered to serve a prison sentence after being convicted of charges in two cases against him.  42-year-old Lynn Replogle was sentenced to concurrent three-to-five-year prison terms for two counts of attempted dis... Read More

Light snow developed across the region early Thursday, leaving about an inch or so on area streets and driveways. Conditions were expected to change over to freezing drizzle or light freezing rain later Thursday. The National Weather Ser... Read More

COLUMBUS - A car was totaled and a light pole was heavily damaged on the south side of Lost Creek Parkway. Columbus Police say in a report that a 30-year-old woman was heading eastbound on Lost Creek Parkway, when she attempted to stop at a stopli... Read More

NORFOLK - The Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District is moving out of its longtime home on Northeast’s campus, and heading to the north side of town. The LENRD acquired the former Sterling Computers building on Square Turn Boulevard in Norfolk. ... Read More

BROKEN BOW—It is truly astounding to see a community come together in times of need. Two of our youngest need support more than ever as their families fight against illness. A fish fry benefit will be held this Friday at the One Box Convention C... Read More

Omaha, NE.—A fired Nebraska State Trooper is facing up to two years in jail in connection with a deadly high speed chase and crash, first reported in an exclusive investigation by News Channel Nebraska. Tim Flick is charged with automobile homic... Read More

NORFOLK - Thousands of residents in Norfolk are running on a backup power supply Wednesday evening after a mid-afternoon blackout. Officials with Nebraska Public Power District say that the outage started just after 3 p.m. Wednesday, when a compon... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY – Gregg Robke  of the Nebraska Educational Service Unit 4 told Rotarians Wednesday that addressing mental health issues among children is a key to preventing school violence like the recent attack at a Florida school. The ESU is o... Read More

UPDATE: As of 4:30 p.m., power appeared to be restored. As we get more information on a cause, we will pass it along. A blackout seemed to have spread among multiple communities in the Norfolk area Wednesday afternoon. Officials say multiple re... Read More

COLUMBUS, Neb. - Columbus Library Director Laura Whitehead had good news for the city council on Tuesday. Whitehead, who took over for Drew Brookhart last year, said in the annual report that the library's programs had significantly increased atte... Read More