School funding suit complicates Kansas budget fix

TOPEKA, Kansas (AP) — Even before state courts decide whether Kansas spends enough money on public schools, an education funding lawsuit is complicating efforts by legislators and Gov. Sam Brownback... Read More

Kearney Shooting Suspect Arrested

     The  Kearney Police Department says a Saturday shooting suspect was taken into custody early Sunday morning in Broken Bow.   No other details were released about Evan Swenson's apprehension.    He's being held in the Buffalo County jai... Read More

Protesters Protest

Those who protested a Lincoln movie theater's application for a liquor license this year are now protesting the bill they've received to cover the cost of the protest hearing. The Lincoln Journal Star reports Deb Hicks and Cathy Heimer of Lincoln ... Read More

Huskers Fall to Rhode Island in OT, 66-62

Kingston, R.I. – Shavon Shields had 25 points and nine rebounds, but Jared Terrell scored six of his 12 points in overtime, lifting the Rams to a 66-62 win over No. 21 Nebraska Saturday night. Shields turned in a strong performance in a losing e... Read More

Husker Block Party Spurs Senior Night Sweep

LINCOLN - Behind the dynamic defensive duo of Cecilia Hall and Amber Rolfzen, the No. 11 Nebraska volleyball team posted a 25-23, 25-20, 25-21 sweep against Michigan on Senior Night at the Bob Devaney Sports Center on Saturday. The Huskers (20-7,... Read More

Lincoln increasing garage patrol after suicides

City workers have increased patrols of Lincoln's parking garages following the suicides of two people who jumped to their deaths this week. City parking manager Wayne Mixdorf told the Lincoln Journal Star he didn't think it was necessary to modif... Read More

8 apply for Grand Island-based judgeship

Eight people have applied to fill the Hall County District judgeship left vacant by the Oct. 1 retirement of Judge James Livingston. Those applying include John Jorgensen, of Lincoln; Thomas Klein, of Wahoo; Kevin Knake, of Hastings; and Charles M... Read More

Attempted Homicide in Kearney

At 4:22 am on November 22, 2014 the Kearney Police Department was called to a male subject laying on the pavement on the 2nd Avenue Bridge over the canal in the 300 Block. Upon contact with the subject, it was determined that he was the victim of two... Read More

LCF to distribute almost $459,000 to local non profits

Almost $100,000 more was raised during this year's Give BIG Lexington Event than last year's. Executive Director Jackie Berke says over $350,000 was raised. "The total amount raised of new donations was $352,000 in excess of that. And we had over ... Read More

Huskers fumble late; fall to Minnesota, 28-24

Nebraska only trailed for the game's final 3:25, but the Huskers' last drive ended on a turnover inside the Minnesota 5-yard line, as the Golden Gophers escaped from Memorial Stadium with a 28-24 win on Saturday afternoon. The loss dropped the Hus... Read More

Congress will likely pass tax extenders bill

Attending the National Association of Farm Broadcasting convention in Kansas City last week, Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) president and CEO Bob Dinneen talked about all of the important issues facing the ethanol industry with farm broadcasters f... Read More