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Larry Flohr first noticed the yellow leaves from the cab of his John Deere 8430 as he sprayed fertilizer on his recently emerged winter wheat.
Cindy Lange-Kubick: Man behind new Native license plates 'wanted the world to right the wrongs' before he died
Wednesday, six months after Ross Smith died of pancreatic cancer, his family gathered on the north side of the Capitol and walked up the stairs and into Room 1015.
The plot thickens.
OMAHA — A 60-year-old Omaha man has been sentenced to 40 to 50 years in prison for causing a crash last year that killed a motorcyclist.
An Omaha-based manufacturer of guardrail parts used on highways in most states, including Nebraska, is accused of producing a faulty product that can result in vehicles being skewered in high-speed crashes.
Sen. Ben Sasse, who is deeply engaged in efforts to reach Republican agreement on a Senate health care bill, said Wednesday he believes states and their governors "should have a lot of power to build a Medicaid program that works"…
State officials on Wednesday warned Nebraska drivers to keep an eye out while gassing up for one of the busiest travel weekends of the year after inspectors discovered a credit card skimming device at a gas station in Aurora this…
POLSON, Mont. — Law enforcement officers in northwestern Montana believe a body that was recovered from the Flathead River is that of a 23-year-old Nebraska man who went missing last month.
Nebraska state officials are trying to contact more than 430 parents who are owed child support after discovering the Department of Health and Human Services didn't send payments in a timely manner.
Nebraska State Auditor Charlie Janssen says he plans to seek re-election in 2018.
The Nebraska State Patrol will work extra hours over the July Fourth holiday.
AUBURN — A southeast Nebraska judge has sentenced a former director of a nonprofit organization to jail and probation for stealing from the organization.
Nebraska's agriculture secretary will be barbecuing in China this week.
The Amber Alert issued for two Kansas children has been canceled.
OMAHA — A 19-year-old woman has been imprisoned for causing a fatal crash while driving drunk last November in Douglas County.
It's been a miserable six months for a bunch of nonprofits providing care for the state's Medicaid clients.
Morrill Hall visitors can mingle with the mammoths and pose with the plesiosaur for free Thursday nights in July.
A Montana man accused of shooting at a Kansas state trooper is a bank robber the FBI dubbed "the AK-47 bandit," suspected of holding up at least six banks in five states, including one in Nebraska City, federal authorities said…
A northeast Nebraska community will get to keep its county court judgeship for now, but the fight to do it showed a growing tug-of-war brewing over whether judicial resources should go to the state’s urban or rural areas.
GRAND ISLAND — Federal officials have dismissed a petition seeking review of a decision to close the downtown Grand Island post office.