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BEATRICE -- Rick and Candice Bocock touched down at the Beatrice Municipal Airport Sunday evening after four hours in the skies over the Great Plains in their Piper Saratoga.
On Sunday, it was still difficult for officials to get a gauge on the number of visitors who chose a Nebraska destination over other spots along the eclipse path from Oregon to South Carolina.
As officials in Seward work to determine what caused the city's two water tower systems to run dry, residents are being warned to not consume any water flowing through the system.
OGALLALA — Trial has been set for a truck driver charged a 2016 crash in western Nebraska that killed six people.
There's a good chance for cloud cover across much of Nebraska during Monday's total solar eclipse, but that isn't keeping visitors away.
OMAHA — Officials say a middle school teacher in Omaha, Nebraska, was killed in a three-vehicle crash.
OMAHA — Between black young professionals in Omaha and their counterparts of other races, there's a big difference in how they view their opportunities in the workplace.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A 24-year-old Palmyra, Nebraska, man has landed a state record flathead catfish that tips the scales at 55 pounds.
OMAHA — An eastern Nebraska doctor says ragweed pollen is showing up in significant numbers in Omaha and western Iowa.
OMAHA — Two Omaha contractors are expanding a legal strategy they say forces insurance companies to pay for storm damage, but industry officials say the practice leads to exaggerated claims and may drive away insurers.
YANKTON, S.D. — A city in southeast South Dakota is considering giving a portion of city-owned land to the National Park Service to provide additional access to the Missouri National Recreational River.
Rose Esther Olp may well be Lincoln's eclipse baby.
OMAHA — A jury has found an Omaha man guilty of manslaughter and other counts in the 2015 death of a woman whose body was found in a vacant house.
A former North Platte police officer has sued the city, alleging he was wrongfully terminated after he sought disability benefits for PTSD, which he developed after taking the life of an armed man.
Steve Nelson is a key player in the emerging drama over property tax reduction and reform and he is increasingly optimistic that the Legislature will set the state on course next year toward a multi-year solution that will benefit Nebraska…
Cindy Kohout Price was a fifth-grader at Norris Public Schools in 1979 when she watched a partial eclipse from the classroom doors, peering into the pinhole box she’d made in class.
The DIY-ers who turn a tinkerer's eye toward the skies as members of the Prairie Astronomy Club are split on how they plan to experience Monday's eclipse.
It's the ultimate minor-league baseball promotion.
As the countdown to Monday's total solar eclipse continues, there are more warnings about fake paper-framed protective eyewear.