Iowa youth basketball coach admits to sexually exploiting at least 400 boys

IOWA CITY — A prominent Iowa youth basketball coach faces potentially decades in prison after admitting to a years-long pattern of sexually exploiting and abusing at least 400 minor boys, including... Read More

TECUMSEH - The Johnson County Central football team had three rushers run for over 100 yards, the Thunderbirds held Syracuse to just 97 total yards, and JCC finished the season with a 59-8 victory over the Rockets Friday night in Tecumseh. Senior ... Read More

LINCOLN -  To quote the late great Yogi Berra, "it aint over till it's over". What looked for all intents and purposes to be a runaway Nebraska City victory heading into the 4th quarter turned out to be a 3-point squeaker as the Pioneers hold off a ... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY – Food Frontiers is the topic of a film showing and discussion panel scheduled at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 25, at the Kimmel Education and Research Center in Nebraska City. Mark Winne, national food policy council writer, will lead... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY – 40-year-old Tina Gronquist is banned from Walmart stores across America based on shoplifting allegations and now faces meth charges in Otoe County. Store employees told police that Gronquist took items off the shelf and attempted... Read More

FALLS CITY  - The Richardson County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Falls City woman wanted in connection with a Sept. 18 explosion at the Spirit Shoppe on Harlan Street. Deputies arrested 39-year-old April  Feighner in Rulo. She is s... Read More

Omaha, NE.—After a rocky week, charges of racism among other things, Douglas County Democrats have bounced back in the early voting battle. While still not enjoying the lead they have during the past two elections, Democratic vote by mail reques... Read More

WEEPING WATER -  What started out as a shootout quickly turned into a 70-22 blowout win for Lourdes Central Catholic in their regular season finale against Weeping Water. The Indians took the opening kickoff and marched right down the field, taki... Read More

PERU - When you see Peru State left tackle Quentin King on campus, he'll throw you a curve ball on what he wants to do after he wraps-up classes in December. While he's studying sports psychology, the 6'2", 269 pound senior plans to pursue his sin... Read More

LINCOLN — If you gauge success by media attention, Nebraska’s frank, in-your-face new tourism slogan — “Honestly, it’s not for everyone” — is already a big hit. And the first ads, all designed for out-of-state markets, won... Read More

The cook who served kangaroo meat to students at a western Nebraska school without telling them no longer is employed by the district. News Channel Nebraska first reported some students at the junior-senior high in the Potter-Dix district unknowin... Read More