Five Nebraska schools have been honored as 2021 National Blue Ribbon Schools, an annual award from the U.S. Department of Education.
Hundreds of people served by the Irvington Volunteer Fire Department turned out Sunday for an open house to celebrate the addition of a $1.8 million station that's expected to cut down response times.
Twelve cases of COVID were identified among the Lancaster County Jail's general population within a 36-hour period, county officials said.
T.I. and Tameka 'Tiny' Harris will not be charged over sexual assault allegations, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office have confirmed.
A report released by the Office of the Inspector General lays out the staffing situation in Nebraska's Department of Correctional Services: it has been bad for years, and it has gotten more dire.
The fire district, which serves a fast-growing area, previously relied on an entirely volunteer department.
It's very encouraging to see leaders across Nebraska broadening their vision of what encompasses economic development.
Both had other medical conditions, the Department of Corrections said.
Dubbed "Coughing Karen" on social media, the woman bantered with shoppers, claimed she had allergies, and said she didn't need to wear a mask. Her company now says she "no longer works" at her job.
Five people were rescued from the river after the tubes they were riding on got caught on some logs. Waterloo Fire Chief Travis Harlow said it was his department's second water rescue in as many days.
Eli N. Miller, 43, was pronounced dead at the scene after his pickup truck crossed the center line and collided with a semitrailer truck.
La Vista residents should set debris at curbsides by 7 a.m. Monday. Tree branches and brush should be cut into 6-foot sections and shouldn't be thicker than 4 inches in diameter.
"It's imperative that family members, friends and the community step up their parenting support to help families who have experienced loss, debilitating illness and economic hardship."
According to Corrections, 33 inmates have tested positive for COVID-19 at the Diagnostic and Evaluation Center in Lincoln. The news comes less than a week after two inmates died after testing positive.
Creighton Athletic Director Bruce Rasmussen’s final day on the job Monday coincided with the announcement of another veteran senior staff memb…
Associate Athletic Director Kevin Sarver, who’s worked for Creighton since 1989, revealed on Monday that he submitted his resignation to outgoing A.D. Bruce Rasmussen.
Two inmates, one in his 40s and the other in his 50s, died at a Lincoln hospital after testing positive for COVID-19, the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services said.
Some Nebraskans who were overpaid unemployment benefits, through no fault of their own, are now being asked to repay the money — in some cases as much as $20,000, according to one advocate.
In the Quad-Cities, residents are replanting trees lost by the derecho. Preexisting problems such as the Emerald Ash Borer and extreme cold temperatures in 2019 had already forced the city of Davenport's forestry division to take out more city trees than were planted. It's a trend the city arborist is hoping to turn around.
Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer has announced that Deputy Chief Scott Gray will lead the department when he is unavailable.
Bettendorf Public Works Director Brian Schmidt said cleanup after the derecho came in phases, starting with eliminating threats to public health and safety.
Dr. Lindsay Huse said Friday that the health department's goal is to "keep people healthy and alive — preferably while keeping the community functioning as fully as possible."
One year after sending a letter and list of requests to the athletic department, members of the Huskers' Minority Student Athlete Collective have seen progress. But there's still work to be done.