"They won’t all get good news, but we want them to at least know they will get a chance,” Mike Riley said of Nebraska's quarterback competition.
Former Gov. Dave Heineman broke state law by using government resources to announce his application for president of the University of Nebraska last year, a state commission has found.
Brainard and Dwight officials are working with three natural resources districts to resolve long-standing problems with their drinking water and are looking at building a $3.3 million water treatment plant.
The mayor’s race is now a three-man race, and veteran Councilman Jon Camp has an opponent, based on last-day filings Friday with the Lancaster County Election Commissioner.
Ally Disterhoft scored 16 points to lead Iowa to a 74-65 win against Nebraska on Friday in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten women’s basketball tournament.
The acting director of the state division of developmental disabilities will oversee the Beatrice State Developmental Center after the sudden death last week of its CEO.
Patte Newman, a former Lincoln City Council member, announced Friday she will run against Councilman Jon Camp for the southeast council seat.
When Trevor Menke begins applying for coaching positions, he has one highlight to put on his resume.
A victory Friday lands Lincoln Pius X, which lost to Northwest in the title game last year, back into Saturday's final.
With surrounding states raising gas taxes -- or considering that move -- a Nebraska state senator has a gas tax proposal of his own for this state.
People also are talking about springing ahead, a dwarf planet and the Iditarod dog race.
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Investigators on Friday continued to piece together what led a law enforcement officer to shoot and kill a 34-year-old Omaha man the day before.
A University of Nebraska student has discovered the journalistic history of Hollywood legend Walther Matthau while he was stationed in Kearney during WWII.
Law enforcement's push to ensure people caught with marijuana-laced edibles face felony charges, even for a first offense, could face "rough sledding" in the Legislature, Omaha Sen. Ernie Chambers warned Friday.
Live updates from Friday's girls state basketball semifinals games in Lincoln.
Police say they're unsure how thieves were able to remove a hefty air conditioning unit from the roof of Best Buy in Lincoln and hoist it down.
Nebraska beef will be promoted at some special events in New York City this spring.
The actor, who got blown off a runway in Lincoln 15 years ago, suffered moderate injuries in his crash-landing on a California golf course.
Lumber Liquidators is moving its Lincoln store to a new, larger location.
Nebraska Board of Education member Patrick McPherson lashed out Friday against a proposed policy change that would require board members to add a disclaimer to written and electronic comments indicating they don't represent opinions of the board.
A Sargent man died Thursday afternoon in a single-vehicle crash about 8 miles east of Broken Bow.
The state of Nebraska recently added Cass County entry signs along U.S. 75. The signs, however, have a flaw: County is spelled “conuty.”
A bill to legalize medical marijuana in Nebraska and another push for a more limited form of medical cannabis will receive public hearings Friday afternoon before a state legislative panel.
Movie premieres, awards shows and the polar plunge brought out celebrities.
Hopluia has an extra, invisible syllable that makes it sort of rhyme with hallelujah.
Grand Island police say a teenager was driving on a slippery road when he lost control of his pickup and crashed into a medical center's building, causing about $100,000 in damage to the structure.
The man shot and killed by law enforcement in north Lincoln Thursday morning was a convicted rapist wanted for allegedly breaking a man’s eye socket with a drill.
A 21-year-old former bank teller in Beatrice has been convicted of theft and attempted theft.
Young scientists took center stage Thursday at the 20th annual Zoetis-LPS-Novartis Science Fair at the Lancaster Event Center, where approximately 800 fifth- to eighth-graders showed off their experiments.
A former Omaha high school football coach won't be prosecuted on allegations that he struck his son and a girl last fall.
Nebraska businesses were more optimistic in February about employment during the next six months than they are about sales, according to a survey.
Nebraska Department of Education officials unveiled a system Thursday to classify each school at one of four levels – from “excellent” to “needing improvement” -- based on test scores, how much struggling students improve and graduation rates.