Prosecutors say a Nebraska man accused in the deaths of his two young children is now being charged with murder after an autopsy showed the children were smothered.
A Family Dollar store was forced to temporarily close when the entire staff, fed up over poor pay, management, and long hours, walked off the job
Dozens of people who camped overnight at a zoo in Nebraska might have possibly been exposed to wild bats as they slept.
A man who murdered and dismembered a young woman he met on Tinder and then slashed his own neck in court during his trial was sentenced to death this week.
5-year-old Emily and 3-year-old Theodore had been staying with their father in Nebraska for a court-ordered visitation with him. But when their mom couldn't get a hold of her children, she repeatedly called police before a family friend found both kids dead in the home. Their father disappeared but was later arrested in California.
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts ramped up his crusade for the meat industry on Wednesday by endorsing a new “beef passport” program to promote meat eating, a few weeks after he blasted Colorado's governor for a resolution encouraging its residents to eat less.
State health officials said the patient was an 80-year-old woman with underlying conditions.
A fight over the name of Josh drew a crowd from around the country to a Nebraska park Saturday for a heated pool noodle brawl.
The 21-year-old suspect, who was detained after allegedly stealing a package of T-shirts from JCPenney, is in custody and will be charged with attempted murder, police said.
Authorities arrested a man in an attack at a Nebraska fast food restaurant in which two people were shot and killed, two were wounded and officers responding to a report of a possible bomb.
The new rules will still limit the size of indoor gatherings in Nebraska, but will drop all other state-imposed mandates in favor of voluntary guidelines.
A Nebraska man passionately advocated for “boneless chicken wings” to be given a new name during a Lincoln City Council meeting.
Sometimes on those long car rides, you'll see vehicles abandoned on the side of the road. But what about a tank? That’s what greeted drivers along Interstate 80 near Overton, Nebraska yesterday.
When Bev Boro saw Doris Crippen’s name on a patient care board, she immediately recognized the name.
Ali Siverhus posted a photo of a signed receipt she received from a customer she waited on who gave her a 5-cent tip and a note that read “get rid of masks, tips will be bigger.”