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Bond Set For Micklevitz

Senators Push To Designate Nebraska Tribe Trail

Disaster Aid Available For Seven Counties

West Point Man Dies In Pierce County Accident

Settlement of Clean Water Act Violations Aims to Prevent Future Oil Spills by Ar

Columbus Woman Stabbed To Death By Grandson

Nebraska Requests Disaster Aid

Johanns Applauds OSHA's Formal Clarification That it Cannot Regulate Family Farm

Anti-gambling Group Files Lawsuit To Keep Horse Race Issue Off Ballot

NEBRASKA CROP PROGRESS AND CONDITION

Enforcement Planned In Hall County

Columbus Police Continue Specialized Traffic Campaign

Omaha Couple Found Dead Near West Point

President Declares Disaster for Nebraska

Watson Qualifies As U.S. Senate Candidate

Broken Bow Man Dies In Motorcycle Accident

Sioux City Helping Pilger

EPA's Murky Water Rule

Omaha Man Sentenced For Role In UNL Security Breach

Stenberg Reminds Businesses Of November Deadline For Unclaimed Property

Disaster Aid Approved For Nebraska Counties

Nebraska Forest Service Announces Grants to Rural Fire Departments

Insurers Owe Nebraskans Money

Lawmakers May Increase General Fund

Red Cross Asking For Blood Donations

Johanns Sponsors Resolution against Administration's Proposal to Increase Electr

Crews Battle Fire At Fairfield Dealership

Lincoln Men Accused Of Beating Two Men To Death Make Plea Deals

Man Dies In Howard County Crash

USDA Awards Grant To Nebraska Native American Community

Fullerton Teen Dies In Weekend Accident

OSHA Cites International Nutrition

Health Alert Issued For Willow Creek

Pilger Days Kicks Off Tonight

One Person Killed In Seward County Accident

Police Investigate Deadly Crash In Columbus

Man Convicted Of Killing Father In Gretna

Couple Wanted For Stealing Cattle Arrested In Platte County

Construction Work Set To Resume In Columbus

Grain Bin Rescue Tubes Donated To Nebraska Communities

Central Community College Athlete Killed In Weekend Accident

Large Fire Destroys Grand Island Business

Supervisors Set To Discuss Lodging Tax Tuesday

"Raising Nebraska" Announced as Official Name for New Learning Experience at Sta

NFB Foundation for Agriculture Creates Tornado Disaster Relief Fund to Help Farm

Soybean Farmers Honor Sen. Mike Johanns with Soy Champion Award

Fischer Introduces Legislation to Increase Education Opportunities, Help Working

NEBRASKA CROP PROGRESS AND CONDITION

Nebraska animal storms deaths estimated at 1,000

Johanns, Fischer Organize Effort to Preserve Nebraska Veterans' Acts of Valor

Quarantine Lifted At Columbus Nursing Home

Lyons Woman Accused Of Selling Stolen Cattle To Columbus Couple

Trade Benefits Nebraska

Celebrating Beef -- and Independence!

September Trial Set For Columbus Couple

Johanns, Fischer: Proposed EPA Rule Threatens American Tradition

Ethanol for Energy Independence

'Common Sense Nebraska' Challenges EPA Water Rule

Pilger Middle School To Be Torn Down

Madison Man Sentenced To Over 7 Years In Prison

Troopers Increase Patrols over July 4th Holiday

Damage Reported After Morning Storms

Body Found in Seward County Identified

Help Sought in Identifying Body Found in Seward County

Johanns Calls on President to Enforce Immigration Laws, Stop Illegal Smuggling o

Nebraska Farm Bureau Backs Sasse in General Election

University of Nebraska To Assist Students Affected By Severe Weather

Body Found in Seward County

More Road Construction In Columbus

Fireworks Sales Underway In Nebraska

PUBLIC HEARING Scheduled Regarding Temporary Stay on Well-Drilling in Upper Big

Fireworks Tips to Remember

Help Available For Producers Hit By Tornadoes

Nebraska Farm Bureau Federation - PAC Endorses Pete Ricketts for Governor

Forest Service Warns: Keep Fireworks from Starting Wildfires

Suspect In Colfax County Shooting Identified

Several Road Construction Projects Continue For Columbus

Update On Columbus Officer Involved Shooting

Johanns: Storm Damage Unbelievably Heartbreaking

Suspect Killed in Columbus

CCC Hires New Men's Basketball Coach

Kraft Foods recalls 260 cases of Velveeta

Safe Drinking Water Supply Key Following Storms

Recount Changes Result In NRD Race

NECC Opens Residence Halls To Tornado Victims

Columbus Donates Bottled Water To Pilger

EF4 Tornado Confirmed in Pilger

Harrisvaccines Becomes first in the Nation to Receive USDA Conditional License f

Tornado In Pilger Rated As EF4

Tornado Victims Identified

Clarkson Man Killed Near Pilger

Storms Produce Four Tornadoes

American Red Cross Shelter Remains Open to Provide Comfort for Tornado Victims

Pilger Residents Allowed Into Town

2nd Person Confirned Dead Resulting From Monday's Tornadoes

Butler County Enforcement Stats

One Fatality Reported In Monday Afternoon Tornadoes

Tornado Causes Extensive Damage In Pilger

Fremont Man Killed In Saunders County Crash

Be Safe Around Power Lines!

Woman Attacked By Dog In Columbus

Frontier Communications Cable Cut

Butler County Special Enforcement Planned

South Dakota Man Enters Not Guilty Plea In Pierce County Deaths

Former Employee Threatens NPPD

Johanns Supports Legislation to Improve VA Care

Senators Johnson and Hoeven Introduce Bill to Adopt Bison As National Mammal

Two Fremont Women Accused In Embezzlement

FDA and EPA issue updated draft advice for fish consumption

Transfer Station Still Accepting Tree Debris

Twenty Eight Percent Voter Turnout For Primary

10 reasons to use ethanol-blended fuel this summer

Hooper Man Dies In Early Morning Crash

Nebraska ag groups say no thanks to EPA's water rule

Johanns Encouraged by Bipartisan Effort to Improve Veterans' Access to Medical C

Well Water Safety After Flooding

Two Teens Killed In Dodge County Accident

Storms Cause Heavy Damage To U.S. 30 Speedway

Transfer Station Accepting Tree Debris

Blue Cross Blue Shield Issues Notice Of Termination To Alegent Creighton/CHI

Red Cross Urging Residents To Prepare For Severe Weather

Over 400 Cited During "Click It Or Ticket"

RICKETTS NAMES HEIDEMANN AS RUNNING MATE

NDA REMINDS PRODUCERS WITH LIVESTOCK ENTERING NEBRASKA FROM TEXAS TO FOLLOW HEAL

Nebraska Receives SBA Declaration for May Storms

Columbus Surprise Truck Inspection Results

Humphrey High Student Killed In Car Accident

Columbus Home Damaged In Car Accident

Heineman Applies For University Presidency

Woman Seriously Injured In Madison County After Being Hit By Car

Fremont Police Investigate Death Of Columbus Man

Shooting At York Prison

Click It or Ticket Campaign Underway

Grand Island To Hold Mail-In Election On School Bond

Victims In Fatal Stanton County Crash Identified

Walthill Man Convicted Of Vehicular Homicide

Sasse Resigns From Midland

One Driver Identified In Stanton County Crash

Columbus Man Sentenced To Life In Prison

Three Killed In Stanton County Accident

OSHA Fines Stone-cutting Business

NSP Promotes 100 Days of Summer Initiative

NEBRASKA CROP PROGRESS AND CONDITION

Union Pacific Invests To Strenghten Transportation Infrastructure

STATE VETERINARIAN REMINDS PRODUCERS OF LIVESTOCK INTERSTATE TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

Columbus Big Give Starts Sunday

Drought Conditions Improve In Portions Of Nebraska

Voter Turnout Lower Than Expected

Norfolk Man Charged With Terroristic Threats

Click It Or Ticket It Mobilization In Grand Island

Columbus School Bond Passes

Sasse: Upbeat tone won Nebraska GOP Senate primary

Nebraska gubernatorial candidate Bruning concedes

Nebraskans Encouraged to Remember Sacrifices of Law Enforcement during 2014 Peac

NEBRASKA CROP PROGRESS AND CONDITION

Gov. Heineman Updates Citizens on Storm Disaster Response

Storms Damage Several Towns In Southeast Nebraska

Gov. Heineman to Survey Storm Damage in Sutton TOMORROW Morning

Heineman Proclaims May As Beef Month

USDA programs PROVIDE home ownership OPPORTUNITIES

Gale Offers Guidelines

New Brand Campaign For Nebraska Tourism

Heineman To Endorse Bruning

Strong Voter Turnout Expected

Tickets To Cattlemen's Ball Going Fast

Court Rejects Challenge To Fremont Ordinance

Orientation Sessions Set At CCC-Columbus

Man Found Dead At Pawnee Park

Two Defendants Sentenced In Columbus Murder

2014 Passport Program Kicks Off

National Day Of Prayer 2014

Nebraska Farm Bureau Federation - PAC Endorses Ben Sasse in U.S. Senate Primary

Bellevue Man Dies In Accident Near Scribner

ADM Reports Adjusted First Quarter 2014 Earnings of $0.55 per Share

Valero Energy Reports First Quarter 2014 Results

Tornadoes Reported In Nebraska

Bond Information Presentation Tonight

OSCAR WINNER JAMES MOLL BRINGS NEBRASKA FARMING AND RANCHING TO THE BIG SCREEN

Road Construction Begins Near Central City Next Week

Candidates Debate In Norfolk

Federal Agencies, Others Dispute Report on Corn Stover Ethanol and Climate Chang

Voters Turning Out Early

No Allocation Restrictions for 2014 Irrigation Season in the Upper Big Blue

No Allocation Restrictions for 2014 Irrigation Season in the Upper Big Blue

Columbus Man Arrested For Terroristic Threats In Norfolk

Upper Big Blue NRD Places a Temporary Stay on well Drilling in Sub-Areas

Missouri Firm Recalls Hot Dog Products Due To Misbranding and Undeclared Allerge

Gov. Heineman & Nebraska Cattlemen Honor Conservation Efforts for Earth Day

Nebraska Farm Bureau Federation PAC Names Jeff Fortenberry 'Friend of Agricultur

Woman Found Dead At Home In Stanton County

Union Pacific Set To Repair Crossings In Columbus Next Week

Legislative Session Wraps Up Today

Henry Convicted In 2013 Columbus Murder

Johanns Writes FDA on Proposed Livestock Feed Rule

Governor Appoints Daugherty To 5th Judicial District

Goodell backs Rice ban, says NFL is 'consistent'
Roger Goodell defended the NFL's suspension of Ray Rice, saying that domestic violence is "not acceptable" while emphasizing that the length of the ban is "consistent" with other punishments issued by the league.
George suffers apparent serious leg injury
Indiana Pacers star Paul George suffered what appeared to be a severe lower right leg injury Friday night during the Team USA intrasquad showcase game at UNLV.
Report: D. Johnson banned for cocaine use
The PGA Tour has suspended Dustin Johnson for six months after he tested positive for cocaine, according to a report on Golf.com.
Wade on LeBron's exit from Heat: I could tell
Even before LeBron James told him he'd be going back to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Dwyane Wade said he could tell that his teammate and friend would not be returning to the Miami Heat.
Goodell backs Rice ban, says NFL is 'consistent'
Roger Goodell defended the NFL's suspension of Ray Rice, saying that domestic violence is "not acceptable" while emphasizing that the length of the ban is "consistent" with other punishments issued by the league.
Auburn to bench QB Marshall to start Week 1
Auburn star quarterback Nick Marshall, who was cited by police for possession of marijuana last mont, will not start Week 1 against Arkansas, according to coach Gus Malzahn.
Rose: On same page with Reinsdorf, Bulls
Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose acknowledged Thursday that there is lingering tension between some members of his inner-circle and members of the Bulls' organization.
Sources: Lynch wanted $5M from Seahawks
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch wanted $5 million more this season than the concessions he received on his contract before ending his eight-day holdout Thursday, sources confirmed Friday.
UCLA to replace flooded Pauley Pavilion floor
UCLA says it will replace the floor of Pauley Pavilion that was flooded by a 20 million-gallon water main leak.
Garcia ties course mark, takes Bridgestone lead
Sergio Garcia doesn't know anything about being in a zone. He had no trouble identifying the best round of his career.
Report: Nike asked about Fisher's son's shirt
Florida State officials received an email from Nike during the 2013 season asking for Seminoles coach Jimbo Fisher to eliminate any Under Armour gear from his son's wardrobe after the 9-year-old was seen on TV wearing the competitor's sweatshirt.
Parker signs multiyear extension with Spurs
The San Antonio Spurs have signed Tony Parker to a multi-year extension, the team announced Friday.
MLB defends questionable call in Reds-Marlins
Major League Baseball issued a statement Friday defending a controversial call at home plate that led to the ejection of Miami manager Mike Redmond and generated vehement complaints from the Marlins following their 3-1 loss to the Cincinnati Reds.
Wishful thinking? Cowboys send playoff tickets
When Dallas Cowboys season ticket holders open the envelope with their tickets this week, they might be shocked to find what's in there.
Report: Gordon hearing to continue Monday
The Cleveland Browns remain in a wait-and-see mode regarding receiver Josh Gordon, who spent Friday in New York City presenting his appeal to avoid a one-year minimum ban for another positive drug test.
 
 

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