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OMAHA — Documents say employees maintained a secret waiting list of veterans for some Omaha mental health appointments.
The state's inspector general for corrections has questioned the lack of a timely response by staff to an inmate's suspicious behavior and a resulting fire May 25 at Tecumseh State Correctional Institution.
This year's total solar eclipse was the biggest tourism event in Nebraska history, state tourism officials say.
CHADRON — Four former Chadron State College wrestlers have been arrested on charges of hazing and assault.
Col. John Bolduc was sworn in Monday as superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol.
A persistent shortage of substitute teachers is creating challenges for Nebraska and Iowa school districts, and lawmakers who want to address the issue are still trying to pinpoint a solution.
OMAHA — The Great Plains Black History Museum is leaving a shopping mall for a larger location in northeast Omaha.
MARYSVILLE, Kan. — Authorities have captured two inmates who are accused of obtaining two shotguns while escaping from a Kansas jail near the state's northern border with Nebraska.
OMAHA — A conference focused on renewable energy will be held at the University of Nebraska at Omaha this week.
A shot in the dark.
At least three times the early morning a utility vehicle tipped and killed singer Abby Uecker at the Thayer County fairgrounds, 911 callers asked if sheriff's deputies were going to come investigate.
1867: Hundreds of Omahans flocked to the city limits to witness a Spanish-Mexican innovation: a fight between a bull and a bear. Editorializing against the "shameful" scene, the Daily Herald concluded, "Of Bulls, Bears and Brutality, we have had enough."
HASTINGS — Hastings Senior High staff said they are pleased with changes to the lunch schedule that may be responsible for a decrease in the number of students misbehaving.
OMAHA — Omaha's zoo is helping to renew a program that provides free memberships to low-income families.
PLATTSMOUTH — Several governmental entities have teamed up to build a bike and walking path over the Platte River in Nebraska to keep a connection between two counties.
Banking in Nebraska got off to a rocky start with the function of banks so negatively perceived that all banking was made illegal as part of the territorial legislature’s original code. Two Nebraska banks ultimately managed to survive the economic…
Although Iran has generally complied with its obligations under the international nuclear deal, Rep. Jeff Fortenberry said Friday, its "aggressive posturing throughout the Middle East has made it harder to trust a fragile nuclear agreement."
President Trump's decision to end so-called cost-sharing payments to health insurers under the Affordable Care Act should not raise prices on Nebraskans who buy health insurance on the individual market, said the only company still offering such policies in the…
STURGIS, S.D. — A South Dakota high school has forfeited its homecoming football game against a school from a nearby American Indian reservation and has cancelled its homecoming dance and parade after photos posted on social media show students destroying…
A Montana hospital administrator will be the new CEO of Beatrice Community Hospital and Health Center.