Opponents targeted a bill Tuesday that would allow installment lenders in Nebraska to increase their interest rates to 29% a year.
Gov. Pete Ricketts holds a news conference Wednesday about the state's fight against coronavirus.
Creighton coach Greg McDermott apologized Tuesday for making insensitive comments with racial undertones during a locker-room speech after the Jays' loss at Xavier on Saturday.
The latest lawsuit follows a Title IX complaint by nine women, former and current students, including some Husker student-athletes, who also alleged the university failed to adequately respond to their claims of sex discrimination.
The Nebraska Legislature will consider measures that allow sportsbooks at the "racinos," or casinos at racetracks, recently approved by Nebraska voters.
In deciding on Skate Island’s future, the owners of the Grand Island institution are waiting to find out about their insurance options.
During a scuffle after a traffic stop, a Seward County deputy was exposed to white powder in a packet carried by one of the juveniles. The powder was later identified as fentanyl.
The commission also plans to hold workshops with the natural gas companies it regulates to explore ways to mitigate the costs associated with last month's extreme cold snap.
Jake Gonzalez posted $25,000 of a $250,000 bond to get out of jail in the previous case. He is currently being held without bond and hadn't been charged as of Tuesday morning.
Gov. Pete Ricketts and 21 other governors say the new stimulus bill, which would allocate aid based on a state’s unemployed population rather than its total population, penalizes some states.
"We are aware of additional contact with law enforcement in at least one other state, and crimes that occurred in other states as well," including Florida and Arkansas, said police in Muskogee, Oklahoma.
Cozad parents in response showed up with the Stars and Stripes outside of Cozad High School Monday.
Eric Sauser, his wife wrote, was "preceded in death by billions, including his dog Harvey who most of us loved to hate. We are confident they are joyfully reconnecting ..."
Andy Hoffman was the guy next door. He was a small-town Nebraska man who was given the ball and asked to plunge through the line and fight for an opening and run for pay dirt.
As new variants of the COVID-19 virus spread, wearing a mask and getting vaccinated are vital to keeping the infection under control, said two CHI Health Creighton University disease physicians during a Zoom conference call with reporters Monday.
Students will have school Monday through Thursday, and Fridays will be used for things like professional development and collaboration. Should our district do this?
Johnson and Johnson vaccines will be added to the current supply of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines now available in the state.
The Nebraska Attorney General's Office sued AltEn on Monday after the troubled ethanol plant failed to meet a deadline to remove pesticide-laden waste product from its property.
Gov. Pete Ricketts holds a news conference Monday about the state's fight against coronavirus.
After a $500,000 Powerball win, Gene Dice Sr. says he's a lot less worried about funding his retirement.
A fire that destroyed a Scottsbluff home has been determined to have been caused by improper installation of a chimney. Fortunately, no one was hurt in the blaze.
COZAD — For the first time in more than a decade, residents of Cozad once again have access to a movie theater in their community.
A man was arrested Friday after authorities say he killed a 2-year-old boy in Fairbury.
Erich Brandeau is already working on the next stage of the mission — the lander, rover and rocket that will help return rock samples to Earth.
LB 486, offered by state Sen. Jen Day of Omaha, essentially duplicates a two-person crew bill that never reached the floor during the 2019 or 2020 Unicameral sessions.