Oral Arguments in Beatrice Six Appeal, Not Yet Scheduled

BEATRICE – Written briefs have been filed.  Now, Gage County and plaintiffs in the Beatrice Six jury verdict appeal are awaiting scheduling of oral arguments, before the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of A... Read More

Mailbox Explosion in South Lincoln

LINCOLN, Neb. – Authorities in Lincoln are investigating mailbox vandalism in South Lincoln Wednesday morning. The incident happened near 78th and Van Dorn. According to neighbors a loud boom was heard. Police believe an explosive device w... Read More

Elementary Schoolers Learn Proper Tree-Planting Technique

HARTINGTON - Planting a tree is as easy as finding a place to dig a hole, right? Over 100 elementary schoolers from Hartington learned Wednesday that there is a lot more to it than that. Officials from NPPD hosted an Arbor Day tree-planting eve... Read More

Off the Hook Ep. 2 - Big Fish in a Small Pond

Grant Otten and Dan Kneifel check out some of the biggest catches from around the area in this edition of "Off the Hook"....... Read More

Beatrice BPW Likes Outcome of Clean City Week

BEATRICE - Public Works officials describe this year’s modified large-item pick-up campaign in Beatrice, a success….and, it saved the city some money. A report given to the Beatrice Board of Public Works Wednesday, shows the cost of the recent... Read More

North Viaduct Accident Blocks Traffic, Car Totaled

COLUMBUS - An accident late Wednesday morning, on the north side of the viaduct, left no injuries, but blocked traffic for a period of time. Columbus Police, and an ambulance, were dispatched to an accident at the intersection of 13th Street and... Read More

Gage County Approves New Late Building Permit Fee Policy

BEATRICE -  As of today, not obtaining a building permit from Gage County will mean a new late fee being charged….based on a percentage of valuation. The Gage County Board has agreed with the county’s planning commission, instituting a late f... Read More

Scammers Trying Again to Pose as Former Speaker Mike Flood

NORFOLK - For the second time, scammers are trying to pose as a former state senator to get money from unsuspecting residents. The Norfolk Police Division says that they have received reports of a caller posing as former Speaker of the Nebraska Le... Read More

Suspect in Bancroft Bank Robbery Identified

BANCROFT, Neb. (KTIV) - There's new information on last week's robbery of a bank in Bancroft. Documents filed in federal court say 38-year-old Jeffrey Bonneau walked into the First Bank of Bancroft at about 5:30pm, last Thursday night, wearing a d... Read More

CHS Hosts Informative STEM Event for Nebraska Science Festival

COLUMBUS - The new Columbus high school opened its doors after hours on Tuesday as they hosted an event as part of the Nebraska Science Festival. CHS opened their doors to give Columbus future students and parents a behind the scenes look at some ... Read More

'Bachelor' star Chris Soules charged in deadly Iowa crash

IOWA CITY (AP) — Chris Soules, an Iowa farmer who starred on "The Bachelor" two years ago, was arrested Tuesday after authorities say he caused a deadly traffic accident and fled the scene. Soules, who was portrayed as a wholesome coun... Read More