Attorney General Doug Peterson said a bill that would allow counties to decide whether they want permitless concealed carry may violate the Nebraska Constitution.
A North Platte man took money from his mother's accounts over five years.
Two Omaha health care companies agree to settle with the state on charges of misleading advertising, marketing, distribution and sales of COVID-19 antibody testing.
Nebraska law may exempt American Rescue Plan stimulus checks from garnishment for certain low-income consumers.
State Attorney General Doug Peterson announced that his office filed a lawsuit against AltEn, asking the court to order the company to clean up its wastewater lagoon and pile of waste seed corn.
Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson and Secretary of State Bob Evnen showed shockingly poor judgment in supporting the recent Texas lawsuit.
Kelly joins Nebraska Attorney General’s Office
Joe Kelly, the former U.S. attorney for Nebraska, will serve as chief of the criminal bureau for the Nebraska Attorney General’s Office.
During Andy Reid’s 22 years as a head coach with the Eagles and Chiefs, 11 of his former assistants have gone on to become head coaches elsewh…
The state's top law enforcement officials say they're taking steps to focus on victims of child abuse and sexual assault, including a new website where victims can track sex assault exam kits.
Donald Trump took more than 93% of Grant County's votes in November. But even though their guy won, Joe Biden's supporters won't publicly celebrate his inauguration Wednesday.
A variety of topics are on the minds of readers today including Concern at State Capitol; Big tech too powerful; Trump's enablers.
Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson joined a bipartisan group of attorneys general in condemning last week's attack on the U.S. Capitol.
The events of last week in the nation's capital and across the country are on the minds of many readers in this week's Public Pulse.
Nebraska saw a sharp increase in the number of human trafficking prosecutions last year, Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson said Monday.
Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson said Monday a staffer with the Republican Attorneys General Association may have authorized robocalls urging protesters to go to the U.S. Capitol.
The fundraising arm of the Republican Attorneys General Association issued robocalls urging people to march to the Capitol. The spokeswoman for the Nebraska AG said he had no knowledge of the calls.
Sen. Ben Sasse and Rep. Don Bacon both pushed back on actions taken this week by President Trump.
NEBRASKA SUPREME COURT
State Sen. Ernie Chambers argued that AG Doug Peterson and Secretary of State Bob Evnen violated professional conduct rules by signing on to, or endorsing, an ”action of such frivolousness."
LINCOLN — A multistate lawsuit filed Thursday is seeking to break up what it claims is Google's" monopolistic grasp" over search engines and s…
The lawsuit maintains that exclusionary contracts and conduct by Google have deprived consumers of greater choice and innovation and of better privacy protections.
Failure to investigate