Longtime Husker offensive line coach Milt Tenopir dies after battle with leukemia

Milt Tenopir, who coached the Nebraska offensive line from 1974 to 2002, died Monday evening after a battle with leukemia. Friends close to Tenopir confirmed the coach's death to The World-Hera... Read More

PLATTSMOUTH - Cass County sheriff’s deputies are blaming an inattentive driver for a Highway 75 accident Monday afternoon that sent a Bellevue woman and her passenger to the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Sgt. Karl Boehm described the sc... Read More

The decision by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska to leave the Affordable Care Act’s individual insurance marketplace may awaken officials to the need for change, the head of the state’s largest health insurer said Friday. If not, said Blue C... Read More

WASHINGTON D.C. - A Nebraska senator had the chance to speak about women's issues with daughter of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Accompanied by 14 other female lawmakers, Senator Deb Fischer spoke with Ivanka Trump last week about ... Read More

AUBURN - A two-car collision in an Auburn neighborhood caused one person to to be sent to a hospital on Monday morning. According to the Nemaha County Sheriffs Office, just before 11:27 a.m. a grey Kia sedan collided with a maroon Chevy pickup tr... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY - Nebraska City is considering steps to qualify a proposed Holiday Inn Express for property tax increment financing and establish a redevelopment plan for areas within the city already declared blighted and substandard. Nebraska City... Read More

JANSEN - A man was flown to a Lincoln hospital Friday after the concrete tuck he was driving rolled over near Jansen. The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office says a call came in at about 12:45 p.m. Friday reporting an accident two miles east and a m... Read More

For the second time this year, Mosquitoes pools have tested positive for West Nile in Jefferson County. The first report was issued on September 8, 2016. The occurrence of more positive pools serves as a reminder to all, of the importance of av... Read More

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) — Several thousand residents of Cedar Rapids left their homes Sunday as floodwaters began to spill out of the rising Cedar River, and Iowa’s second-largest city worked to apply the lessons officials learned after the recor... Read More

How did Sidney respond to its best volleyball season ever? By barely leaving the court. When most of Iowa last saw the Cowgirls, they were in the Class 1-A championship match in their first trip to the state tournament. No one in the lineup topped... Read More

A Nebraska Department of Correctional Services staff member was assaulted Sunday at the State Penitentiary in Lincoln. An inmate punched a male staff member in the head, said a spokeswoman for the Corrections Department. Chemical agents and ph... Read More