Marketing Campaign Uses Humor To Highlight Nebraska

NEBRASKA CITY – The Nebraska Tourism Commission unveiled a new marketing campaign in Nebraska City Wednesday that puts the state’s pitch to travelers on a collision course with honesty. Tourism... Read More

OLYMPIA, Wash. — Washington state foster youths sent to an Iowa facility were allegedly physically abused and kept largely segregated from the outside world, a possible violation of state and federal laws and their constitutional rights, accord... Read More

POTTER - Students at a junior and senior high school in the Nebraska Panhandle were served chili with kangaroo meat mixed with beef without their knowing, according to a release from Potter-Dix Public Schools. Head Cook Kevin Frei said he added th... Read More

BEATRICE – Some needy Beatrice elementary students will be able to stay warm, this fall and winter season.  Wednesday, the Beatrice Fire Department and the local Knights of Columbus chapter handed out free coats to kids, at Paddock Lane Elementary... Read More

FAIRBURY - Starting next Monday, the Rooted in Relationships Program partnered with Public Health Solutions will be offering a free parenting series in Fairbury called "Positive Solutions for Families." The session will be held at Central Element... Read More

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Nebraska crews are coming home after helping restore power to some Florida Panhandle communities struck by Hurricane Michael. The Lincoln Electric System announced on Twitter Wednesday that the mutual aid crews it sent to Tallaha... Read More

BEATRICE – Over one-hundred state employees were recognized Wednesday at the Beatrice State Developmental Center.  The Nebraska Department of Administrative Services 2018 Recognition events are being held this week and next, in seven cities.  Lie... Read More

Omaha, NE.—In their first of three debates Democrat Kara Eastman and Republican Congressman Don Bacon couldn't see eye to eye on almost anything. From taxes and health care to immigration and abortion both stood with their parties. (Watch for Y... Read More

BEATRICE – Southeast Community College is getting a jump on considering tuition and fees, preparing to convert from a quarter, to a semester system in the fall of 2019. Tuesday, the SCC Board, meeting in Falls City, reviewed information and a pl... Read More

MONTEZUMA — Supporters of a right-wing group are asking a judge not to grant a “deluxe legal defense” for a Mexican national charged with killing an Iowa college student. More than 200 people have sent postcards to Judge Joel Y... Read More

OSMOND, NE — Three students are in the hospital after a school bus and semi-trailer collision Tuesday afternoon. Osmond Rescue received a call of a semi-trailer rear-ending a school bus around 3:00 on Highway 20 two miles east of Osmond.  The Ne... Read More