A suspect shot by law enforcement in north Lincoln Thursday morning has died.
Nebraska needs tackle Maliek Collins and safety Nate Gerry to be especially powerful forces and voices in a season of change, Steven M. Sipple writes.
Omaha Sen. Ernie Chambers is confident his latest attempt to do away with the death penalty in Nebraska will be debated by the full Legislature this session.
The Lincoln Northeast girls basketball team has accomplished a lot this season.
For the third straight year, Bigler Motors has won Used Car Dealer of the Year for Nebraska! No games. No pressure. Period
Kennedy Sander scored 19 points, and top-ranked Lincoln Pius X shook off a slow start to run past Scottsbluff 55-29 in Thursday’s first round of the Class B state tournament at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Information about the sales tax issue that will be on the April 7 ballot and a link to the police scanner are available at the city’s website, Public Service Director Tom Casady announced at a Thursday news conference.
A 37-year-old West Point man was killed Tuesday in a car-semi accident in southern Stanton County.
To know how successful Zipline Brewing Co. has been, it helps to know what its goals were when it opened in 2012.
Live updates from Thursday's girls state basketball first-round games in Lincoln.
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Lincoln police are investigating who sent a so-called glitter bomb letter to Congressman Jeff Fortenberry's Lincoln office Wednesday.
Mugshots of the inmates at the Lancaster County Jail.
People are talking about Ringling Bros., Hillary Clinton's email scandal, an attack in South Korea and a 117-year-old's birthday celebration.
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The Nebraska men’s basketball team, minus a regular starter, pushed NCAA Tournament hopeful Illinois on its home court, but ultimately fell short on Wednesday.
Lincoln Race Course’s former manager has filed a lawsuit claiming he was wrongfully fired in retaliation for reporting his boss for alleged illegal use of the pari-mutuel betting system.
A 37-year-old Lincoln man is accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl several times over the past couple of months, Lancaster County prosecutors said Wednesday.
Boosting tax credits for low-income families in Nebraska could pack an even bigger punch against poverty than increasing the state's minimum wage, supporters said Wednesday.
Officials in Crete and Beatrice are negotiating to consolidate their 911 centers to save money and improve emergency response.
A single-vehicle rollover accident in rural Saunders County Wednesday morning sent four people to the hospital with serious injuries, fire officials said.
John Waters is bringing “This Filthy World” to Lincoln.
"Last year we did a lot more power things. This year we ran a lot more than we did last year. A lot more," Nate Gerry said.
Creating special tax zones at university and college campuses would encourage partnerships with private business and boost Nebraska's work force, a Husker legend-turned regional developer told lawmakers Wednesday.
March Madness tips off with two weekends of state high school basketball tournaments in Lincoln. Beginning Thursday, 48 girls teams will shoot for six state titles. The boys arrive next weekend.
The Lincoln-Lancaster County Planning Commission on Wednesday recommended approval of a plan that would use tax-increment financing from a proposed student housing development to pay for parking improvements in the south Haymarket area.
Head football coach Mike Riley explains the change to the Huskers' spring practice format.
The Legislature on Wednesday gave first-stage approval to a bill that would repeal a 2012 law authorizing county-driven eradication of prairie dogs on a landowner's property.
The Nebraska Catholic bishops have designated Monday as a “Day of Fasting and Prayer for Marriage” across the state.
Andy Stebbing's campaign manager raised questions Wednesday about Mayor Chris Beutler finding extra money for street work while pursuing re-election.
Republican megadonor Sheldon Adelson is used to throwing money at politicians. But purses?
The Senate failed Wednesday to override President Barack Obama’s veto of Keystone XL pipeline legislation, ending for now attempts by Congress to speed up approval of the controversial energy project.
As Husker coach Mike Riley described it Wednesday: "We have a fairly complicated game here that has to be made to seem simple, so they can go play like crazy."
An interactive tracking executions conducted across the U.S., including a database of all executions conducted since 1976.