Tecumseh inmate charged with murder in connection with death during March disturbance at prison

An inmate at the Tecumseh State Prison has been charged with first-degree murder in the slaying of a fellow inmate during a violent disturbance there in March. Eric L. Ramos, 26, was char... Read More

SCHUYLER, Nebraska. - After a ground breaking ceremony on August 4, the new Schuyler library is moving forward. The $2 million project is scheduled to be completed by next year. According to Schuyler Public Library Foundation President Brian By... Read More

LINCOLN, Nebraska. - Two major Lincoln streets are closed after a damaged gas line was discovered on Tuesday morning. Black Hills Energy is asking local residents to avoid the area near 27th & Van Dorn Streets until Wednesday. According to ... Read More

FAIRBURY - During Monday's Total Solar Eclipse mania, Fairbury Police Chief Chad Sprunk says he met people from Texas, Minnesota, Indiana, Michigan, New York, Maryland, South Dakota, Colorado, Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, and of course, Nebraska. S... Read More

BEATRICE – Homestead National Monument of America officials have announced attendance figures for the full solar eclipse. Superintendent Mark Engler says an estimated 13,000 to 15,000 people attended the eclipse events, on Monday. :16  ... Read More

FAIRBURY - A group of organizations and volunteers are collecting hazardous waste in efforts to better the community's environment.  Households participating are asked to provide a $5 donation for future collection events. Items being accepte... Read More

Omaha, NE.—According to Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao, until she stopped in Omaha today, she'd never been asked a key question involving the Keystone XL Pipeline. The Secretary spoke with News Channel Nebraska's Joe Jordan: NCN: Is it... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. (NGPC) – The body of a Littleton, Colorado man was recovered from Lake McConaughy on Aug. 20. At 11:19 a.m. Mountain time, the Lake McConaughy Dive Rescue (LMDR) team was paged to a call of a body in the water about 2 miles west of... Read More

GENOA, Neb. - When Eugene Cromwell was first told he won an award with the Nebraska Historical Society, he wanted to turn it down. "I'm very simple person and a common person, I don't need that notoriety," says Cromwell. The 93-year-old Cromwel... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY – A 76-year-old Union man accused of trying to trade groceries for sex at a Nebraska City nursing home has been sentenced to three years probation. Judge Michael Smith handed down the sentence to Terry McClane, prohibiting him from... Read More

COLUMBUS - A group of Columbus biologists received a grant totaling $162,127 to study rare and diverse species of fish. The U.S. Deputy Secretary of Interior David Bernhardt announced $52 million in funding to Native American tribes and state wild... Read More