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Man accused in death of 5-month-old daughter pleads guilty

PAPILLION, Neb. (AP) _ A Bellevue man accused of causing the death of his 5-month-old daughter has pleaded guilty. The Omaha World-Herald reports that 22-year-old Camron Ludi entered the plea Tuesd... Read More

University of Nebraska system to decrease mileage refund

LINCOLN, Neb. -- Some University of Nebraska system faculty members say a big drop in vehicle mileage reimbursement will be tough to weather. The Omaha World-Herald reports the system intends to drop reimbursement when faculty members use their ow... Read More

Teal hunters reminded to identify species

LINCOLN, Neb. – Nebraska’s teal hunting season continues on an experimental basis in the northern part of the state. Continuation of the teal season depends on hunters’ ability to distinguish teal from other duck species. During this exp... Read More

(Audio) Mitchell family from both coasts watch solar eclipse in Lexington

A family from both coasts came together in Lexington to view the total solar eclipse. Andrea and George Mitchell live in Boston, Massachuetts and their daughter Petrea resides in Portland, Oregon. Andrea wanted to see the eclipse for its uniqueness. ... Read More

Notable contestants, Husker names on list of competitors for Hastings pro rodeo

Hastings, Neb. (August 21, 2017) – When the 26th edition of the Oregon Trail Rodeo stampedes into Hastings this weekend, nearly 200 contestants will be along for the ride. Several cowboys and cowgirls who have been to the Wrangler National ... Read More

State Agencies Cooperate on Eclipse Prep, Preparation of Total Solar Eclipse Pays Off

Lincoln, NEB. – As Nebraska’s single largest tourism event draws to a close, Nebraska Emergency Management Agency officials are urging travelers to maintain patience and vigilance as they return home. “As motorists return home, we urge... Read More

Lincoln City Council struggles with property tax windfall

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ As local governmental units prepare to vote on budgets and set property tax rates for next year, Lincoln officials are struggling with what to do about a property tax windfall. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that Lincoln Cit... Read More

Victim Identified in Weekend Hit-and-Run Fatality in Rural York

YORK, Neb. - The York County Sheriff's Office has identified the victim in Saturday's hit-and-run fatality accident southwest of York. 41-year-old Chad K. Chapman of York, was struck by a vehicle on Road 11 between Roads K and J. The York County S... Read More

Lightning blamed for fire at Lincoln fraternity building

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Authorities have blamed lightning for a fire that damaged a University of Nebraska-Lincoln fraternity building. The fire was reported around 8 a.m. Sunday and took about 20 minutes to control. Fire Capt. Dave Engl says the bui... Read More

Seward water emergency continues

SEWARD - The City of Seward Water Department identified what we believe to be the source of the break in the water system Sunday night. The break is suspected to be located underneath the flood waters of the Big Blue River near Highway 15. Crews beg... Read More

Man's body recovered from western Nebraska's Lake McConaughy

OGALLALA, Neb. - Authorities have recovered a body from Lake McConaughy in western Nebraska. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission said in a news release Sunday night that emergency crews were dispatched late Sunday morning after a call about a ... Read More