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A federal trial has been delayed for a man accused of stopping an Amtrak train in south-central Nebraska. Court records say a judge has set... [Read More]
Four prisoners have been charged with arson and other crimes in connection with a fire and disturbance at the Nebraska prisons' Diagnostic and Evaluation Center... [Read More]
A federal trial has been delayed for a man accused of stopping an Amtrak train in western Nebraska. Court records say a judge has set... [Read More]
A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that Nebraska basketball coach Tim Miles is receiving a one-year contract extension. The person spoke... [Read More]
Nebraska's longest-serving death-row inmate has been denied a pardon hearing after he claimed officials are too "lazy or incompetent" to execute him. The Nebraska... [Read More]
The Lincoln school district is encouraging its minority students to consider diversifying Nebraska's teaching workforce. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that the district's multicultural administrator... [Read More]
The developer of the Keystone XL pipeline plans to meet with landowners along its planned route through Nebraska this week and will start surveying for... [Read More]
A survivor of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting has shared a senior prom night to remember with a Nebraska girl. Fidan Ibrahimova told the Lincoln... [Read More]
The mother of a former Nebraska prison guard has been accused of throwing away evidence against her son. Court records say 41-year-old Jacinda Miller, of... [Read More]
A nearly $454,000 federal grant will go to help a University of Nebraska-Lincoln project to support youth entrepreneurship in rural communities. The project partners high... [Read More]
More than 10 organizations that promote sports tourism have teamed up to sell Nebraska to regional and national sporting event planners. The Lincoln Convention and... [Read More]
Nebraska lawmakers will finish a short, 60-day session dominated by bitter disputes over the state budget, tax policy and social issues, but those battles aren't... [Read More]
Nebraska's third full week of spring practice has come to an end. [Read More]
Nebraska football is one week away from its annual spring game. [Read More]
Nebraska prison officials are keeping an eye on new technology being used to smuggle contraband into state prisons, including drones. A crashed drone attached with... [Read More]
Advocates for low-income families in Nebraska are criticizing proposed changes to the federal Farm Bill that would require food-stamp recipients to find a job or... [Read More]
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts has signed into law a measure that will offer state employees additional health care options. The Legislature passed the measure 42-2,... [Read More]
Bird watchers are invited to join the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission for Southeast District Birding Day on May 2 at Indian Cave State Park.... [Read More]
Starting pitching dominated both games of Friday's Big Ten baseball doubleheader between Iowa and Nebraska. [Read More]
Nebraska's state tax collections fell far below expectations in March. The state Department of Revenue on Friday reported net tax receipts of $306 million for... [Read More]