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Omaha mayor won't undergo surgery following fall

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert's office says she will not need surgery after a fall earlier this week. Stothert was hospitalized Thursday after she fractured a vertebra in a fall whil... Read More

More lawsuits filed against Kansas VA worker

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) More lawsuits have been filed against a former physician assistant accused of sexual battery and other crimes at a Veterans Affairs hospital in Leavenworth. At least three lawsuits were filed earlier this year in U.S. District Co... Read More

Food Bank For The Heartland partnering with Farm Credit Services of America to target rural hunger

Mobile Pantry in Broken Bow Scheduled for September 28 OMAHA, Neb. – Hunger is not an issue that only affects people living in cities. Many children, families and seniors in rural communities struggle with food insecurity. Food Bank for the Hear... Read More

Huskers Overcome Pesky Cats

Evanston, Ill. - Quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. continued his impressive play by recording his first 100-yard rushing game of the season while adding nearly 250 passing yards to lead No. 20 Nebraska to a 24-13 win over Northwestern at Ryan Field on ... Read More

New-look Bulldogs downed by No. 9 Dordt

SEWARD, Neb. – Missing some key pieces on Saturday, the Concordia University volleyball team faced a stiff challenge on Saturday afternoon when No. 9 Dordt invaded Walz Arena. The Defenders lived up to their nickname in holding the Bulldogs to ... Read More

(Audio) Concordia falls in showdown with fifth-ranked Doane

CRETE, Neb. – An inability to finish drives doomed the Concordia University football team in its attempt to end a prolonged drought against rival and fifth-ranked Doane. The Tigers pounced by picking off four Bulldog passes and pulled away in the ... Read More

9 with ties to Omaha Tribal Council face federal charges

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Nine people with ties to the Omaha Tribal Council are accused of using federal money to pay themselves bonuses.  The U.S. Attorney's office announced Thursday that eight of those charged are current or former council members and... Read More

(AUDIO) Chinese Representatives Toured NE Before Announcement

China has lifted its ban on imports of some U.S. boneless and bone-in beef, according to the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture. China's action applies to imports U.S. beef from animals under 30 months of age, according to a statement from the ministry... Read More

New rule could aid civilian recruitment of military police

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ The Nebraska Crime Commission is considering a rule change that would make it easier for military police officers to become civilian enforcers of the law. The proposal would let the state's four law enforcement academies fast-tr... Read More

New Study: Nebraska's Highways Rank 4th in US in Condition, Cost-Effectiveness

Reason Foundation's Annual Highway Report ranks every state's highway system on pavement condition, traffic congestion, deficient bridges, traffic fatality rates, spending per-mile and more.   Los Angeles - Nebraska ranks 4th in the nation... Read More

Storm beats Lincoln, 3-1, to open regular season

Lincoln, Neb. – The Tri-City Storm opened the 2016-17 regular season with a 3-1 win against the Lincoln Stars Friday at the Ice Box. Monte Graham and Joe Cipollone scored for Tri-City in a 59-second span early in the second, putting the Storm up by... Read More