_informq.push(); NORFOLK - Students at Norfolk Senior High School are advocating for driver safety in one of the lowest seatbelt use counties in Nebraska. The Teens In The Driver Seat at Norfolk High has been recognized at the state and natio'... Read More

_informq.push(); PIERCE, NE — A northeast Nebraska bank is offering new loan options for those affected by recent floods. Midwest Bank unveiled an emergency flood relief program this week that offers up to $5,000 at five percent interest rate f'... Read More

WAYNE – It was another night of fun for the family and record amount of money contributed during the 2019 March Runza Night event. Earlier this week on Tuesday, March 19, the community of Wayne assisted in raising $600 for Wayne Elementary Schoo'... Read More

NORFOLK, NE  - A group of individuals is working on transporting up to 20,000 corn stalk bales from a generous donor in Iowa, to farmers in need in Nebraska. Tom Preister of Cornlea, NE. says he and a group consisting of Keith Hemmer and Tom Clin'... Read More

WAYNE – Make plans to attend this week’s Friday morning Chamber Coffee hosted by Wayne Teammates. From the Wayne Community Activity Center, located at 901 W 7th Street, the public is invited for the weekly Chamber Coffee event on March 22 at 1'... Read More

NORFOLK - The search for a missing Norfolk man continues as authorities comb the North Fork Elkhorn River. The Madison County Sheriff's Office with members of Norfolk Fire and Rescue, Norfolk Police and other agencies searched the area Thursday '... Read More

OMAHA--As historic flooding hits the Midwest, residents in Nebraska face damage to homes and communities. This loss is tragic, and the cleanup of flooding itself creates the potential for serious and long-lasting threats to health. The American Lung '... Read More

_informq.push(); FREMONT, NE — Derek Mathis makes gourmet food, usually sold for catering orders or the Hy-Vee dining room. For the last week he’s been making the same first-class grub for hundreds of people stuck in shelters, people who have'... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. – The management of five wildlife management areas along the Missouri River will be transferred from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission back to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Due to constraining factors involving land manageme'... Read More

PILGER - An accident involving two semis shut down a highway and prompted hazmat response. It happened just before three p-m Wednesday at the intersection of highways 275 and 15 near Pilger. Stanton County Sheriff Mike Unger says a semi pulled '... Read More

Two people were taken to an Omaha hospital early Thursday after a fire broke out at a midtown motel. The injured were taken in serious condition to Creighton University Medical Center-Bergan Mercy. Firefighters were called to the Americas Best '... Read More

This week, the town of Hamburg, Iowa, underwater, a woman no one had met before walked into the makeshift city hall — the schoolhouse — and asked where to find the pets who'd been left behind. She wanted to save as many as she could. '... Read More

A standoff in Minden, Nebraska, ended with two arrests Wednesday afternoon. It started when Nebraska State Patrol investigators learned that two suspects sought in connection with a home invasion robbery were inside a residence in Minden'... Read More

LINCOLN — Two women with two stories of desperation, played out in parking lots hundreds of miles apart, illustrated dueling abortion bills Wednesday before the Judiciary Committee. Alex Alcala told lawmakers about sitting in her car in Lincoln,'... Read More