Falls City Going To Court Over Tall Weeds, Nuisances

FALLS CITY - Falls City officials are going to court to emphasize the need for tidy properties and mowed lawns. Police code enforcement officers issued citations in August and September that have r... Read More

FALLS CITY - Even though Rylee Scholl is just a junior, she knew the important of the final home regular season game for Falls City. "I was freaking out, I lost it the last time I had a chance to win and I didn't want to ruin for our team and our ... Read More

Catchable-size rainbow trout are being stocked in city ponds and lakes across the state by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. These stockings will enhance fishing opportunities this fall and winter. Trout fishing is a great way to i... Read More

FALLS CITY - In an effort to continuously re-up the blood supply in the Falls City area, the American Red Cross hosted a blood drive on Thursday at Prichard Auditorium. The drive is normally held four times a year with the American Red Cross comin... Read More

BEATRICE - Sitting at 4-0, the Huskers withstood their tough test against a ranked Oregon team and now have the lightest part of their schedule in front of them. HuskerOnline.com Publisher Sean Callahan said at the Husker Insight Luncheon at Risky... Read More

LINCOLN - The three bishops in charge of the 375,000 Catholics in 350 Nebraska parishes have officially come out as opponents of the death penalty, as the issue takes center stage with a statewide vote coming in November. On Thursday, Tom Venzor... Read More

NORFOLK - It appears phone scammers are targeting Norfolk residents again. Norfolk Police Capt. Michael Bauer says police have received complaints about a sweepstake phone scam. The caller will tell the victim that they've won a large sum of money... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY - Contested seats on the Otoe and Dunbar village boards will be decided in the general election on Nov. 8. Dunbar has four candidates seeking two seats. They are Mike Doty, Jon Cunningham, Karlene K. Soriano and Francisco Soriano. ... Read More

TECUMSEH - A Tecumseh man was jailed Sept. 6 on allegations that he threatened two sisters with a BB gun. Jose Y Trabal Pagan, 27, is scheduled for arraignment Oct. 12 on charges of terroristic threats and assault. An arrest affidavit says the ... Read More

LOUISVILLE - New information from Cass County officials says Austin Baier did not brandish a weapon during a confrontation with a Cass County deputy. Austin M. Baier, 23, was killed in a confrontation with 25-year-old Cass County Deputy Tyle... Read More

A 27-year-old Ohio man was charged Wednesday with first-degree murder in connection with the shooting death of an 18-year-old Iowa woman in Glenwood, Iowa. Mark Alan Troutman of Sylvania, Ohio, is being held on $5 million bail at the Mil... Read More