Vegas-bound United flight forced to land in Nebraska after engine problems
United Airlines described what happened as a "technical issue."
Girl, 13, leads Nebraska troopers on chase topping 100 mph
Authorities said the girl was with an 11-year-old boy. Troopers confiscated a firearm, a small amount of marijuana, and drug paraphernalia from the vehicle.
Pit bull helps owner cross icy Nebraska driveway
A helpful pit bull assisted his owner walk up an icy driveway after he struggled to get traction in Kearney, Nebraska on December 8.
Bird flu latest: Another 1.8 million chickens to be killed on Nebraska farm
The outbreak has already prompted the slaughter of more than 50 million birds nationwide -- and it continues to spread.
Court documents reveal bloody scene in Humble where mother, son went missing, later found in Nebraska
Court documents are providing some new information after a son and mother went missing and were later found in Nebraska with the mother dead.
iPhone alerts responders after deadly crash in Nebraska, police say
Police in Nebraska say a passenger’s cellphone automatically alerted responders after a car hit a tree in a crash that killed all six of its young occupants.
Child dies from brain-eating amoeba after swimming in Nebraska river
The organism is typically found in warmer freshwater sources, though officials warn it’s being identified farther north “as previously cooler regions become warmer and drier.”
Early bids for final charity lunch with Buffett top $3M
Bidding for a final, private lunch with Warren Buffett, an event that has raised tens of millions for a California charity, has already topped $3 million.
Nebraska's capital city council rescinds LGBTQ fairness ordinance
The Lincoln, Nebraska city council voted to rescind its LGBTQ fairness ordinance, an anti-discrimination measure that extended protections to sexual orientation and gender identity, just four months after they had unanimously approved it.
2 dead, 20 injured when cars slam into pedestrian crowd in Nebraska
Lincoln Fire and Rescue officials responded after two cars slammed into the crowd near the Americruise event.
7-year-old goes viral after she loses shoe at track meet, comes back to win race
Watch this 7-year-old girl wow the crowd as she loses a shoe at the start of a race, then comes back for an incredible first-place finish.
2022 midterms: Jim Pillen beats Trump's candidate in Nebraska governor primary
Jim Pillen, a hog farm owner and veterinarian, defeated eight challengers, including Charles Herbster, a businessman who faced groping allegations late in the campaign.
2022 May midterms: What to know about Nebraska, West Virginia primaries
The sway of Donald Trump and his endorsement is in the spotlight again this week during primaries in Nebraska and West Virginia.
Basketball coach saves choking high school freshman
The school’s cafeteria camera caught the moments a freshman started choking — and the coach that rushed over to save his life.
Nebraska teen accepted to all five military academies; sets out to serve America
High school senior Noble Rasmussen intends to serve his country well — and all five U.S. military academies seem to agree.
Ex-fire chief killed in Nebraska wildfires, 15 firefighters hurt
Wildfires sweeping through Nebraska killed a retired fire chief and injured at least 15 firefighters this weekend.
Nebraska fire chief killed responding to 30,000-acre wildfire
A volunteer fire chief has been killed as the result of wildfire that is estimated to have spread to 30,000 acres. Video shows a large plume of smoke spreading through the sky in Elwood, Nebraska.
Drunk man was driving over 100 mph in crash that killed 2 women, unborn child: police
Investigators believe Zachary Paulison was drunk when he crashed into an SUV while driving more than 100 mph.
Omicron COVID-19 variant detected in Nebraska, Utah
Much remains unknown about the omicron variant, including whether it is more contagious, as some health authorities suspect, whether it can thwart vaccines and whether it makes people as sick as the original strain.
Report: At least 59K meat workers caught COVID-19, hundreds died
A U.S. House report says at least 59,000 meatpacking workers became ill with COVID-19 and 269 workers died when the virus tore through the industry last year.