Sandhills Man Facing Jail Time for Animal Cruelty

BROKEN BOW — A judge in Custer County has set a $1,000 bond for a Mason City man accused of animal cruelty. Court records show 61-year old Bruce Hahn is charged with five counts of felony animal ... Read More

Omaha, NE.—It's been nearly two weeks since Steve Bannon targeted Sen. Deb Fischer for defeat next year, two weeks of deafening silence from any possible opponents. Privately there are at least four GOP names making the rounds: State Treasurer D... Read More

AUBURN - Nemaha County commissioners voted unanimously Wednesday to continue use of time clocks for employees in the county courthouse. Elected officials gave the time clocks reviews from indifference to opposition. They were criticized as discour... Read More

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You might be walking the plank soon, pirate bugs. The pesky biting bugs that have been annoying folks this fall are still flying around in sizable numbers, and it will take a freeze to put a dent in their population, local entomologists ... Read More

Lincoln, NE— There are technical difficulties galore but no injuries following the collapse of a TV tower in north Lincoln. The 500 foot tower located in an open field near 27th and Superior came crashing down about 8 o'clock this morning. Th... Read More

NORFOLK — School districts are searching for the sweet spot. They want the right number of substitute teachers. Not too many so they don’t get enough work and not too few where they where they’re scrambling to occupy a classroom. Norfolk Pub... Read More

COLUMBUS, Neb. - A man found guilty of endangering his step-daughter's life will be spending the next few years in a Nebraska prison. 37-year-old James Miller of Columbus was sentenced to four to five years in prison by Judge Robert Steinke on Fri... Read More

KEARNEY, Neb. - Runners across southeast Nebraska are bringing home medals from the 2017 Nebraska School Activities Association State Cross Country Championships in Kearney. The meet was held at the Kearney Country Club under partly sunny skies wi... Read More

LINCOLN – A former state senator today urged lawmakers to support the establishment of community work release centers across Nebraska. Dwite Pedersen is a drug and alcohol counselor.   He testified before the Legislature’s Judiciary Committe... Read More

LINCOLN - The Nebraska Safety Council says seat belt usage in Nebraska has reached an all-time high in 2017. The NSC reports that seat belt usage is currently at 86 percent amongst Nebraska, according to NSC data. The closest it has been to the 86... Read More