WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (Oct. 18, 2018) — Hy-Vee, Inc., based in West Des Moines, Iowa, is voluntarily recalling six of its meat and potato products across its eight-state region due to possible contamination with Salmonella and Listeria monocytogene'... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will consider proposed changes to fisheries regulations and orders when it meets Oct. 26 in Kearney. Many of the changes, including those to trout, northern pike and bullfrog orders, would resu'... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska’s small, rural communities can bicycle their way to prosperity. That was the message at a Nebraska Tourism conference breakout, where the Cowboy Trail from Norfolk to Valentine and “gravel grinding” routes around L'... Read More

WASHINGTON DC – Grain Management, LLC, a leading private equity firm focused on investments in the communications sector, has completed its acquisition of Great Plains Communications, the largest privately-owned telecommunications provider in Nebra'... Read More

POTTER - Some of the students at a western Nebraska high school and junior high may have fallen ill after consuming chili with kangaroo meat mixed with beef last week. News Channel Nebraska first reported the mystery meat in chili served at Potte'... Read More

FREMONT - Police made one arrest last night on charges of domestic assault and child abuse after an argument turned physical. Tuesday night, just before midnight, police were called to a residence in the 1900 block of north C street to investigate'... Read More

FREMONT - If you routinely travel near the intersection of Morningside & Luther roads, you'll want to select an alternate route soon to avoid a coming construction zone. Weather permitting, work will begin Monday, October 22, 2018 on the inte'... Read More

FREMONT - A downed power line caused a freak accident yesterday, slowing commutes to a crawl and diverting traffic from highway 275 near highway 30. A 115,000 watt power line along Highway-77/275 just north of Sapp Brothers on the north edge of F'... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY – The Nebraska Tourism Commission unveiled a new marketing campaign in Nebraska City Wednesday that puts the state’s pitch to travelers on a collision course with honesty. Tourism Director John Ricks said the campaign is rooted i'... Read More

FALLS CITY – Taking Back Our Community hosted a candidate forum in Falls City Tuesday where crime, enforcement and the way forward were scrutinized. City Council candidate Terry Stradtman told the crowd of about 80 people that she lost a daughte'... Read More

FREMONT - There are just a few days remaining for Nebraskans to register to vote using the state's online utility, as we approach the date for midterm elections. Nebraskans who will be at least 18 years of age by November 6th, 2018 can register to'... Read More

POTTER - Students at a junior and senior high school in the Nebraska Panhandle were served chili with kangaroo meat mixed with beef without their knowing, according to a release from Potter-Dix Public Schools. Head Cook Kevin Frei said he added th'... Read More

FREMONT - Two Fremont businesses closed their doors permanently within just days of each other: a sporting goods store and a pizza restaurant, both relatively new to the city's landscape. Hibbett Sports opened in October of 2013 at the Shoppes of '... Read More

FREMONT - As temperatures begin to slide down into the 20s and 30s during the overnight hours, many low income families find themselves faced with the associated costs: season-appropriate clothing, heating bills, and more. All of these issues take bi'... Read More