Democratic congressional candidate Kara Eastman says she doesn’t want to abolish ICE. She has not joined a political movement that embraces the elimination of the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.
It is unclear whether Sasse, 46, will seek another six-year term in 2020, has his sights on a different position or is ready to abandon elective politics altogether.
Firespring says its free “Givesource” software will eliminate the need for sponsoring community foundations to pay third-party software companies in “platform fees.”
George Lundeen, a native of Holdrege, Nebraska, and a graduate of Hastings College, said the Stations project was unique, not only in its large size — perhaps the largest sculpture project of its kind in 50 years — but in the freedom given to the artists to fully develop the scenes.
The growing use of anti-anxiety pills reminds some doctors of the early days of the opioid crisis.
A Nebraska Department of Education investigation, prompted by a complaint filed by two staff members in November, found Walthill Public School had failed to provide adequate special education services to K-6 students with special needs and violated numerous special education regulations.
Nebraska qualified for the $639,063 bonus by achieving the nation's 8th best ranking for accurately providing food aid to needy people.
As a special guest, Carissa Hindman and her family received a complimentary zoo membership, gift basket, all-day ride wristbands and a "zoo tour unlike any other."
The U.S. Geological Survey reported that a 3.5 magnitude earthquake shook rural areas near the Nebraska and South Dakota border on Saturday just after 2 a.m.
The University of Nebraska at Omaha will hold auditions to sing the national anthem before sporting events and other occasions at Baxter Arena.
An ordinance that would have banned convicted or registered sex offenders from living within 500 feet of a school or child care facility in York was given a second public reading and then dropped for good.
Athletes will unleash their inner ninjas this weekend. They'll tackle an obstacle course inspired by those seen on the reality show "American Ninja Warrior" at the Cornhusker State Games.
The FBI Greater Omaha Safe Streets Task force executed arrest warrants on six people Thursday on federal and state drug offenses and criminal conspiracies.
A Nebraska farmer has sued herbicide manufacturers, saying his neighbors' use of the company products damaged his soybean crop last summer.
Health alerts continue at Holmes Lake in Lincoln and Maple Creek Recreation Area Lake in Colfax County, officials said. An alert has ended at Kirkman’s Cove in Richardson County.
State prison and security workers voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to create a new union, expressing hope that it will lead to better pay and working conditions, particularly for prison guards.
The speed limit increased from 60 mph to 65 mph on Interstates 80, 680 and 480.
The Nebraska State Patrol seized 168 pounds of marijuana and arrested two people following two separate traffic stops in Hamilton County on Wednesday.
The City of Omaha’s budget would exceed $1 billion for the first time and put more money toward public safety and streets under a proposal by Mayor Jean Stothert.
New Nebraska laws taking effect Thursday include safeguards to fight prescription painkiller abuse, looser gun regulations and a policy that will make it easier to massage horses for money.
The Nebraska Public Power District will take part in a federal study to develop more ways to safely and economically collect and store the carbon produced by coal-fired power plants and ethanol plants.
Powerful straight-line winds swept into O’Neill in north-central Nebraska on Wednesday night, snapping power lines, blowing over trees and leveling outbuildings.
This weekend, Evan Jolley will stand up before several hundred people from all over the country. He will stand and step to the microphone. He has not yet decided what he will say. It doesn’t really matter, he thinks. The point isn’t what he will say. The point is the speaking itself.
Two state officials have announced plans to step down from their posts in the coming months.
Krist, a Democratic state senator from Omaha, is challenging Republican Gov. Pete Ricketts in the Nov. 6 general election.
An eye-catching, night photo of a Nebraska State Patrol cruiser with a wildfire in the background is among pictures from across the U.S. under consideration for a nationwide calendar.