On Thursday, Nebraska became the last state to allow children of illegal immigrants to apply for a driver's license. Nebraska City resident Mayra Saldana traveled from her home to Lincoln early Friday morning hoping to have her license in hand before she went to work.
Mountain bikers someday might be climbing hills, ripping around corners, and generally looking awesome on a mountain of garbage in north Lincoln.
More than two dozen Nebraska inmates housed at the state prison with the highest overcrowding sued the Department of Correctional Services and its director this week, alleging conditions there violate their civil rights.
The Nebraska Supreme Court on Friday affirmed a lower court's decision to return a baby to his biological parents after spending more than a year with his adoptive parents.
Hindus have asked the Vatican to discipline retired Lincoln Diocese Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz for telling Catholics that doing yoga could lead to serious sin.
At a glance
- Protesting chick banded at Capitol
- Inmates file lawsuit over crowding at D&E prison
- Legislative session adjourns; called one of 'most difficult'
- Ricketts says state plans to proceed with executions
- Court upholds move to give baby to biological parents in open adoption gone awry
- Niocorp announces management change, relocation