Iowa woman accused of killing romantic rival, then posing as her in texts and emails to cover it up

It had been four days since anyone had seen Cari Farver. Then her mother received text messages from Farver’s phone number saying her daughter had sold her furniture to a woman named Sh... Read More

Legislative Bill Would Eliminate 100 Year Old Religious Garb Law

NORFOLK, NE — Sister Rita Marie Tofflemire knows Sister Madeleine Miller is a good educator. But that didn’t matter when Miller applied for an open substitute teaching position with Norfolk Public Schools last year. What mattered is Miller, a... Read More

2017 Will be a Year of Milestones for Columbus

COLUMBUS - From the opening of the new high school to the building of a viaduct that has been in conversation for 80 years, 2017 is set to be a year of milestones for the city of Columbus. Watch more in the video above....... Read More

Governor Ricketts Tells Nebraska City Residents to 'Tighten their Belts'

NEBRASKA CITY - The governor of Nebraska concluded a whirlwind day with a visit to Nebraska City. Gov. Pete Ricketts finished his state wide tour on Wednesday, preaching fiscal responsibility. The state is currently in a budget shortfall and the g... Read More

Columbus Housing Could Take Big Steps in 2017

COLUMBUS - Interest from housing developers to build in Columbus was high in 2016 and Chamber President K.C. Belitz says they are set to take a big step in housing in 2017. Belitz says the level of interest from housing developers who were looking... Read More

Norfolk Mayor Gearing up for a Year of Growth

NORFOLK, NE — It’s been a month and a half and newly appointed mayor, Josh Moenning is gearing up for a year of growth. With what seems to be Norfolk's biggest year yet, with OCT pipe coming to town, the natural gas line, and several construct... Read More

Columbus Legislative Committee Backs Housing, Dreamers Initiatives

COLUMBUS - The Columbus Legislative Committee met over the lunch hour on Wednesday   for the first time this year, and voted to show support for both a housing and dreamers initiative. Columbus Chamber Preisdent K.C. Belitz says the first initiat... Read More

Woman Hurt in West Omaha Bar Fight

OMAHA, Neb. – A 33-year-old woman was jailed overnight accused of attacking another woman at a West Omaha bar early Wednesday morning. The victim is identified as 44-year-old Bonita Martinez. According to police, Martinez was hit in the head ... Read More

Police: Omaha Teens Go on Lincoln Shoplifting Spree

LINCOLN, Neb. —  Four Omaha teen-age girls have been arrested in Lincoln accused of a three store shoplifting spree in the capitol city. According to police, the girls were caught as officers blocked their getaway car outside the Kohl's Departm... Read More

Planning Commission Suggest Minor Changes in Comprehensive Plan

NORFOLK, NE — The City of Norfolk’s comprehensive plan went in front of the planning commission for approval of their final draft Wednesday. The planning commission approved the plan with some minor text changes. Norfolk City Planner, Valerie... Read More

Flu Cases on the Rise in Douglas County

OMAHA, Neb. -  If you've got the flu, you're not alone. Just last week Douglas County Health officials reported 107 new cases, a total of 332 since the beginning of October. " It's very interesting, this is the time of the year when we see inf... Read More