Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio emphasizes the importance that patience played in the Spartans' rise, even when times were tough. Would Husker fans have such patience? Steven M. Sipple asks. Updated: 12:20 am
He spent 10 years as governor of Nebraska. It will take more than seven months for him to shed the title. Updated: 11:40 pm
At this pace, Lincoln drivers may get dizzy driving through south Lincoln. Updated: 11:40 pm
As children approach the ages of 5, 6 and 7, it usually marks the period when they start to lose their baby teeth. In American culture, that often marks the arrival of the entity known as the Tooth Fairy.
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One person was killed in a single car rollover crash on I-80, Nebraska State Patrol Spokesperson Deb Collins said Sunday.
Every Monday, a Prairieland Dairy truck stops at Nebraska Innovation Campus before the sun rises to collect 500 pounds of waste that can’t be recycled but is too valuable to be thrown away.
Superb athletes and Super Fair showers shared a stage Sunday night at Lancaster Event Center. The 2015 State Games closed in a combined event with 4-H animal handlers from the Lancaster Super Fair. Winners at the Games and with 4-H all received commemorative medals for their events.
Mike Riley on Sunday made official the addition of the four-star running back recruit from the 2015 class.
Sen. Laura Ebke is hitting the road.
An Omaha couple is recovering after being attacked by a dog near the town of Martell Saturday morning.
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A whole new market niche in Husker nostalgia has opened up.
"Paper Towns" is far from the only best-seller making its way to the big screen this year. Here’s a look at the other books getting turned into movies in the second half of 2015.