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The Senate on Tuesday confirmed the nomination of Omaha attorney Steve Grasz to the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, ending a contentious but relatively swift journey to a seat on the federal court.
BEATRICE -- A Beatrice man is rolling the dice on a board game he invented nearly 30 years ago.
Revising Keystone XL order could 'erase' concerns before appeal, TransCanada tells Nebraska Public Service Commission
The Nebraska Public Service Commission should clarify its decision on the Keystone XL pipeline in order to head off potential appeals by opponents, a lawyer for pipeline builder TransCanada told the commission Tuesday.
KEARNEY — The largest solar farm in Nebraska has started operations.
BELLEVUE — The Bellevue City Council has voted to accept a bid to tear down an eyesore carwash owned by a fellow member.
OMAHA — A 36-year-old Omaha man has been sentenced to seven years in federal prison for receiving and distributing child pornography that included images of babies being abused.
OAKLAND, Iowa -- Authorities say a fire aboard an Iowa school bus has killed a student and the bus driver.
The clock is ticking for Joel Lemus, a young school counselor at Crete High School whose future is in doubt.
NELIGH — This town's love for Sydney Loofe could be seen Monday on telephone poles, street lights, stop signs, mailboxes and tree trunks.
OMAHA — An Omaha man has been sentenced to 11 to 16 years in prison for running down and killing a convenience store clerk after closing for the night.
Members of the public in Nebraska and Iowa who receive suspicious emails asking for payments in bitcoin are being asked to report it.
Nebraska's Republican national committeewoman resigned Monday from her party leadership post in protest of the party's financial support for GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore in Alabama.
GRAND ISLAND — Grand Island's first-term mayor says he will not seek re-election next year.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln will continue to train state child welfare workers under a renewed agreement with a state agency.
Democratic Senate candidate Jane Raybould zeroed in on Sen. Deb Fischer on Monday, suggesting the Republican senator has lost touch with the best interests of "everyday Nebraskans" and become "a Washington Republican" who votes along party lines.
SCOTTSBLUFF — A western Nebraska zoo is getting ready to display two orphaned bear cubs from Wyoming.
OMAHA — Authorities have identified the three Omaha men who died in a head-on crash on Interstate 480.
BEATRICE — The Beatrice school board wants to hire Ord's superintendent to lead its district.
NORFOLK — About a year ago, Richard Peterson of Norfolk was looking through a magazine when a picture of a cross caught his eye.
OMAHA — Authorities are trying to determine why a car drove the wrong way in Interstate 480 in Omaha and caused the death of three men in a collision.