Severe storms possible during morning commute Thursday

NEBRASKA CITY - Atchison, Nodaway, Holt and Andrew Counties in northwest Missouri remain under a severe thunderstorm watch until 8 a.m. this morning (Thursday). The National Weather Service placed ... Read More

Hy-Vee recalls pasta salad after reported illnesses

Hy-Vee is voluntarily recalling its Hy-Vee Spring Pasta Salad due to the potential that it may be contaminated with salmonella, a press release from the company said Tuesday. According to the release: The potential for contamination was brought... Read More

Great Short Cuts, Dogs, BBQ and Music Highlight 2018 Germanfest

SYRACUSE – The 2018 GermanFest is in the books as a great success. The day started at 7 a.m. with a fun run. Sisters Rachel Zahn and Katy Biehl put a 5k fun run together this year. The winner of the 5K men's division was Logan Hauschild and the ... Read More

Salem Woman Says Liming Acted In Her Defense

FALLS CITY – A Salem woman says 45-year-old James Liming was acting in her defense when he confronted men at her residence and fired shots into their vehicle. Sheriff deputies arrested Liming after responding to Shannon Roberts’ residence on J... Read More

Missouri River near flood stage

NEBRASKA CITY - The Flood Warning for the Missouri River in southeast Nebraska, southwest Iowa and northwest Missouri continues. The river will remain near flood stage until early Friday afternoon. Minor flooding is occurring and in the forecas... Read More

Tecumseh Man

NEBRASKA CITY – A Johnson County district judge has ruled that a Tecumseh man is incompetent to stand trial on a charge of sexual assault of a child. Sheriff deputies arrested 19-year-old Brandon Stafford in April after his mother complained he ... Read More

Region V Celebrates Wednesday For One Millionth Bag

NEBRASKA CITY – Region V Services in Nebraska City has scheduled an open house on Wednesday to celebrate the manufacture of its one millionth bag. The public is invited to 808 Eighth Corso from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to see the famous tool bag. There... Read More

City Council Approves 'Sweet Summer Afternoon'

NEBRASKA CITY - Nebraska City commissioners gave their approval for the Nebraska City Historical Society to share a “sweet summer afternoon” with the public on Aug. 4. Plans include music from Midnight Wanderers at the Nelson House and homemad... Read More

Police Use Drug Identification App In Teen's Arrest

NEBRASKA CITY – Police used an internet-based drug identification site during the arrest of a Nebraska City teen June 24. Police located a vehicle parked after-hours at Wildwood Park and say drug paraphernalia was visible inside. When the dri... Read More

State Troopers Arrest Three For DWI At Syracuse

NEBRASKA CITY – The Nebraska State Patrol made three arrests for driving under the influence near Syracuse Saturday and early Sunday morning. Troopers arrested a 20-year-old Syracuse man on Mohawk Street Saturday and a 22-year-old Syracuse man o... Read More

Krist Reacts To Denial Of Press Conference At Tecumseh Prison

LINCOLN - The Krist for Governor Campaign has issued a formal public records request to the governor’s office and department of corrections trying to learn why the Democratic candidate was not allowed to hold a press conference on the prison ground... Read More