A Nebraska farmer has sued herbicide manufacturers, saying his neighbors’ use of the company products damaged his soybean crop last summer. Shane Greckel filed the federal lawsuit last week against Monsanto and other companies whose pr'... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY -- A man was taken to an Omaha trauma center after a motorcycle accident just north of Nebraska City on the J. Sterling Morton Beltway this afternoon. According to the Otoe County Sheriff's Office, a motorcyclist laid his bike down, '... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY --A young boy suffered serious injuries after an early evening accident on Nebraska City's Central Avenue. It happened just before 6 p.m. Friday near the intersection of 12th and Central after police say an adolescent male wemt into the'... Read More

GRANT, Neb. - Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts helped cut the ribbon at Aurora Cooperatives' new A-Stop 24 pump site in Grant Friday afternoon. The event included a speech from the governor, root beer floats, cookies, Aurora Co-op giveaways and each dr'... Read More

HAMILTON COUNTY -- Two women are behind bars and 168 pounds of marijuana is now in the hands of authorities after two traffic stops on Interstate 80. Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol arrested 26-year-old Angel Rubio-Hale on Wednesday after '... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY—Callaway woman Kelli Estergard appeared in District Court on Thursday morning for arraignment. A plea agreement has been reached in the case where she has been charged with theft by unlawful taking from the Custer County Sheriff’s O'... Read More

MADISON - It will be prison time for a Norfolk man convicted of stabbing another man this past winter. Twenty-year old Johny Peralta-Cardona was sentenced to six to eight years in prison in Madison County District Court on Friday. Peralta-Cardo'... Read More

UNION -- Gov. Pete Ricketts said diversity is important to the state’s agriculture future during his Explore Ag Tour Thursday. State Sen. Rob Clements and state Ag Director Steve Wellman joined the governor  at Wostrel Family’s Union Orchard.'... Read More

  WAYNE – Community members were invited to Hank Overin Field Friday morning for the weekly Chamber Coffee event put on by Wayne Area Economic Development. In a week’s time the complex and Wayne itself will have several other towns'... Read More

The state has issued a new health alert for harmful algal blooms, also known as toxic blue-green algae, at Rockford Lake in Gage County.  Alerts continue at Holmes Lake in Lincoln, and Maple Creek Recreation Area Lake in Colfax County.  An alert ha'... Read More

LINCOLN - Nebraska drivers are going to be allowed to go a little faster on state roadways. On Friday, Legislative Bill 1009 took effect, changing speed limits on state highways and expressways. The posted limits went from 55/60 up to 65 on highwa'... Read More

LINCOLN (AP) - A northeast Nebraska farmer has sued herbicide manufacturers, saying his neighbors' use of the company products damaged his soybean crop last summer. Shane Greckel filed the federal lawsuit last week against Monsanto and other compa'... Read More

LINCOLN - A Norfolk resident is accused of re-entering the country illegally. According to federal court records, 42-year old Juan Jaraz Armenta was indicted Wednesday on a charge of illegal reentry after deportation. Court records reveal very '... Read More

STANTON - A Madison man is in jail after authorities say he dragged a deputy with his car during a traffic stop. 24-year old Roman Jennings was arrested early Friday. Stanton County Sheriff Mike Unger says Jennings was pulled over for expired plat'... Read More