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Sen. Adam Morfeld of Lincoln said Wednesday that "it is time to allow the people of Nebraska to decide" whether to expand Medicaid coverage to 90,000 low-income, working Nebraskans who have no health care insurance.
Woman sues Atkinson police chief for passing her over for job because town wasn't "ready for a female police officer'
A police officer passed over for a job by Atkinson's police chief has sued him and the city 10 years later after learning he didn't give her the job because he didn't think the community was "ready for a female…
Effort seeks to replace statues of politicians with Cather, Standing Bear likenesses in U.S. Capitol
For more than eight decades, “The Father of Arbor Day” and “The Great Commoner” have stood solid in the National Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol, representing Nebraska among some of the nation’s most revered citizens.
A special prosecutor Wednesday charged a former Nebraska state trooper with two misdemeanors for his part in a pursuit that led to a deadly crash.
Voters in Milford have agreed to pay for a new city hall, allowing a handful of city workers to move out of their temporary home in the library.
A winter weather advisory covers a large section of the central United States, including Lincoln, as a storm system moves into the area on Thursday.
Sen. Tony Vargas of Omaha said Wednesday his proposed constitutional amendment to increase the salary of state senators to one-half of Nebraska's median household income would help fulfill the state's goal of creating a citizen legislature.
Photos taken in October of the packaging of Nebraska's lethal injection drugs constitute attorney work product and should not be released to the public, an attorney for the state's prison system has argued.
OMAHA — The top Douglas County prosecutor says a 14-year-old homicide suspect will be charged in juvenile court.
OMAHA — An Omaha woman has been imprisoned for helping a man she'd been dating escape after he'd killed the other man she'd been dating.
PLATTSMOUTH — Classes in an eastern Nebraska district have been canceled after two threats of school attacks.
OMAHA — An Omaha massage therapist has been accused of sexually assaulting women during their spa appointments.
Restoring the rules prohibiting internet service providers from charging customers more to livestream the Winter Olympics or slowing access to certain websites would ensure Nebraskans can participate in the global economy, Lincoln Sen. Adam Morfeld said Tuesday.
A bill that would require the state to help pay some of a county's costs arising from crimes committed during a prison riot advanced from the Legislature's Appropriations Committee on Tuesday.
Six attorneys and two judges have submitted their names for consideration to fill the seat of resigned Nebraska Supreme Court Justice Max Kelch.
The 61,000-member Nebraska Farm Bureau on Tuesday endorsed the re-election bid of Republican Sen. Deb Fischer.
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The owners of a Beatrice specialty market have announced that the store will close in April.
Four people died in a crash on Interstate 80 east of York, and Lincoln police were called to a handful of wrecks around the city Tuesday morning as drivers navigated slippery conditions following the overnight storm.
OMAHA — The Douglas County assessor has dropped her legal battle with the Douglas County commissioners over levying property taxes against three nonprofit organizations' retail stores.