Meet the newest class of lawmakers

LINCOLN--Voters this month sent a new cohort of lawmakers to the statehouse that is largely Republican and slightly younger. With 17 new members joining the ranks, three of them are women, putting t... Read More

Huskers survive Iowa in OT, 37-34

Kenny Bell caught a 9-yard touchdown pass from Tommy Armstrong in overtime to lift Nebraska to a 37-34 win over Iowa Friday afternoon in Iowa City. The Huskers, who trailed at one time 24-7, scored 21 straight to take a 28-24 lead, capped by an 80... Read More

Omaha carjacking thwarted by girls' presence

  OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ The presence of two little girls may have thwarted a carjacking in Omaha. Police say a man loaded the two 6-year-olds in the back seat of a car a little after 7 p.m. Thursday and was preparing to drive them away when he ... Read More

New home for Nebraska Guard museum shaping up

SEWARD, Neb. (AP) _ The new Seward home for the Nebraska National Guard State Museum is slowly taking shape as it's transformed from its previous mission as a Guard armory. The Nebraska National Guard's state historian, Gerald ``Jerry'' Meyer, told ... Read More

DeLauro Urges OMB to Finalize Food Safety Rules

Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro is urging the Office of Management and Budget to finalize two pending food safety rules. DeLauro, a democrat from Connecticut, wrote the office director expressing concern that if the rules are not finalized by the end of t... Read More

TPP Talks Likely to get Ugly

A New Zealand based website reports Trans-Pacific Partnership talks are likely to get ugly before a deal is reached. Stuff dot co dot nz reports New Zealand ambassador to Japan, Mark Sinclair says it was always difficult to "judge from the outside" t... Read More

BBB Urges Consumers to Support Small Business Saturday

The fifth annual Small Business Saturday, which takes place November 29th this year, is a day designed to support and promote small businesses during the long and busy Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Better Business Bureau (BBB) serving Nebraska, South... Read More

President Would Veto Current Tax Extenders Bill

President Barack Obama would veto the current tax extenders bill that Congress is writing, because the bill does not include tax breaks for the middle class – according to the Hagstrom Report. Congressional Democrats would support the president and... Read More

Omaha zoo announces birth of rare white lion cub

Omaha zoo officials say one of its lionesses has given birth to a rare white cub. The Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium says the male cub is one of three cubs born late last week, two males and one female. Zoo officials say lion cubs typically weigh a... Read More

Zoo officials: Zebra died from anesthesia reaction

Zoo officials in Scottsbluff say a reaction to anesthesia killed a zebra foal that was going to be castrated. The young zebra, named Olaf, was born earlier this year and was to be routinely castrated last week. But Anne James, executive director o... Read More

Governor's appreciation reception to be held in Central Nebraska

An appreciation reception will be held in Broken Bow Tuesday to honor Governor Dave Heineman as his 10-year tenure winds down. Governor-elect Pete Ricketts will also be attending. It will be held on December 2nd at the One Box Convention Center in th... Read More