PONCA – Spend an exciting weekend at Ponca State Park this Saturday. The park will be holding the Easter Egg-stravaganza for visitors. Get the day off to a cracking start with Exciting Eggs at 10:30 a.m. Guests can learn all about Nebraska’s e'... Read More

PIERCE - Authorities are on the scene of a plane crash in rural Pierce County. Pierce County Sheriff Rick Eberhardt confirmed that the single occupant of the aircraft was deceased. A Pierce County 911 dispatcher said that at 7:45 PM 5 miles north '... Read More

The woman accused of fatally stabbing her fiance after her sister's wedding will not face criminal charges, Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine decided Wednesday. Crystal Gross, 30, stabbed Amir Bey, 35, Saturday at her sister's home near'... Read More

A Nebraska man wanted on a firearms-related warrant was involved in a standoff with the Tulsa (Okla.) Police Department for more than 15 hours late Tuesday into Wednesday. Tulsa Police Sgt. Shane Tuell said the warrant was related to all'... Read More

A 22-year-old woman — accused of driving drunk and causing a crash that killed a girl from Eagle, Neb. and injured the girl's mother — turned herself in to authorities Wednesday. Paige Seaton, of Omaha, was booked into the Sarpy Coun'... Read More

LINCOLN — Omaha attorney Jonathan Papik has been named to the Nebraska Supreme Court. Gov. Pete Ricketts announced the appointment Wednesday, a little over a week after a judicial nominating committee selected Papik as one of four fin'... Read More

GREAT MILLS, Md. — A teenager with family ties to Nebraska shot and critically wounded a girl inside a Maryland school on Tuesday before he was killed during a confrontation with a school resource officer, a sheriff said. A 14-year-old boy was '... Read More

Authorities in two states were investigating a fraud case that left a Kansas woman and two elderly Lincoln men fleeced out of $124,000. Lincoln police said they were contacted by Lansing, Kansas, authorities about a 60-year-old woman who'... Read More

NORTH PLATTE, Neb. — A group of people gathered near the Golden Spike Tower on Sunday spotted a bird so rare that only about 450 exist in the world: a whooping crane. Whooping cranes tend to migrate north later than sandhill cranes. Bu'... Read More

COLUMBUS - The State Genealogy Conference will be returning to Columbus. The conference was last held in Columbus 20 years ago in 1998. This years conference will be held at Ramada on April 27th and 28th, and if you want to partake in the luncheon'... Read More

COLUMBUS - NPPD is urging safety around downed power lines as severe weather season approaches. Severe Weather Awareness Week is March 25th-30th and NPPD is hoping residents will prepare for the possible dangers of downed power lines during this t'... Read More

WAYNE – Even with the General Election in November, the Nebraska Primaries are under a month away and voters need to get registered. Wayne County races are amongst the mayor, city council wards 1 & 4, county attorney, county commissioner (di'... Read More

COLUMBUS - The Columbus Middle School's rendition of Suessical is bringing loads of fun and good music to the Nantkes Performing Arts Center. CMS Choir Instructor and Suessical Director Celeste Ditter says they are performing Suessical Junior, whi'... Read More

STANTON – Plan on joining a Local Working Group which brings advice about the priorities for many U.S. Department of Agriculture conservation programs Wednesday, March 22 at 5:30 p.m. From the Lower Elkhorn Natural Resource District office, the '... Read More