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

Peru State Sorts Out ISO Standards To Provide Eclipse Viewers

PERU - Peru State College’s plan to provide solar eclipse viewers to area schools got off to a rough start, but resulted in over 5,000 viewers distributed. The college provided viewers to students in Auburn, Falls City, HTRS, Johnson-Brock, Nebr... Read More

Aerial View of Falls City During Solar Eclipse Activities

FALLS CITY - Falls City had a lot of fun going on to celebrate Monday's solar eclipse, including a unique "Dine in the Dark" event. Mitch Merz of Merz Farm Equipment captured the essence of the town from above with some drone footage. The video ab... Read More

Clouds Part Moments Before Totality At Tecumseh

TECUMSEH - Many have planned for years for the Great American Eclipse that cut through Nebraska on Monday, but there was timely tension and great surprise when the sun first burst through clouds at Tecumseh and then subsided behind the moon. Rain ... Read More

Teen Rides Skateboard Into Passing Car

LOUISVILLE – A Louisville teen escaped injury Friday when he rode his skateboard into the side of a car. Cass County Sheriff William Brueggemann reports that emergency crews were dispatched that a child had been struck by a vehicle near the elem... Read More

Deputy Finds Loaded Handgun, Deputy's Badge In Traffic Stop

PLATTSMOUTH - Cass County Sheriff William C. Brueggemann reports the discovery of a weapon and a sheriff's deputy badge in a car after a Saturday traffic stop. A deputy observed a vehicle with fictitious license plates traveling northbound on High... Read More

Area Remains in

NEBRASKA CITY – The National Weather Service’s sky cover map shows the Nebraska panhandle as the clearest spot to view today’s solar eclipse, but the state remains in the “fair” range for visibility. The sky cover map shows clouds moving... Read More

Early Morning Storms Leave Portions of Southeast Nebraska in the Dark, B103 Radio Included

NEBRASKA CITY, Neb. - Early morning thunderstorms may have been the cause of a power outage in southeast Nebraska early Sunday. The region didn't see the first severe warning issued until 8:15 a.m., but thunderstorms moved through the area after 5... Read More

Cloud coverage causing concern for Monday's eclipse

Nebraskans' views of Monday's eclipse might just come down to where the clouds are in the sky, forecasters say. "It's hard to say exactly what the sky is going to look like," said Bryon Miller, a meteorologist with the National Weather S... Read More

So what would happen if you looked at the eclipse without those special glasses?

So what’s really going to happen if you look at the solar eclipse without special viewing glasses? Though your eyes won’t melt, fry or fall out if you skip the specialized shades, you are at risk for doing serious — and potentially permanent... Read More

Palmyra fisherman Connor Marcoe breaks state catfish record

After a lifetime of hunting and fishing, it didn’t even rank in Connor Marcoe’s top 10. The 24-year-old Palmyra bow fisherman recently shot a state record flathead catfish weighing 55 pounds. It was about 46 inches in length. ... Read More