More supporters rallied to Gov. Pete Ricketts' side Tuesday as he touted the second half of a property tax plan he calls his top priority this year.
Significant infrastructure investments are needed if the University of Nebraska is to sustain its position as an economic driver for the state and region, university leaders told the Legislature’s Appropriations Committee Tuesday.
Over the past 16 years, Nora Boesem and her husband, Randy, have taken in more than 150 foster children, nearly all of them from South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and suffering from fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.
Jeff Hawks, the former youth baseball coach accused of sexually molesting two boys, spent Friday afternoon and all of Monday on the witness stand telling his side of the story.
The Lancaster County Board approved a $1.2 million contract Tuesday with Christensen Brothers Inc. of Cherokee, Iowa, to replace a bridge near South 68th Street and Firth Road.
The Nebraska Court of Appeals has upheld the prison sentence of a York woman who argued at trial that her drug dealing was part of her religious beliefs.
At a glance
- Shields won't play at Wisconsin; return unknown
- 'Cattle-farmer common sense' confronts schools in second hearing on Ricketts' tax plan
- No resolution on city golf sustainability
- Fresh Thyme offers sneak peek of new store
- Whiteclay activists take concerns to liquor regulators, state leaders
- Jury finds ex-baseball coach guilty of sexually assaulting 2 boys