LINCOLN – According to the National Christmas Tree Association, there’s a nationwide shortage of Christmas trees and prices are increasing. But according to the Nebraska Christmas Tree Growers Association, Nebraska doesn’t have a shortage. 10/11’s Joanna Bouras has more.

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) – Nebraska ranks as high as third for wind-energy potential, but it lags compared to its surrounding states in wind-energy output. There’s a seemingly increasing divide in the state on the pros and cons of wind energy. Some think adding wind turbines is a clean renewable energy source, while others say it’s an eyesore that is actually bad […]

FREMONT – Midland alum and author David Hendee is visiting the Keene Memorial Library this week. Hendee is the author of the book “Nebraska: 150 Years Told Through 93 Counties.” To continue celebrating Nebraska’s 150th birthday, Keene Memorial Library is bringing Hendee back to the community for a book signing in time for the holidays. […]

LINCOLN – As many of us will travel for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, gas prices will be a bit higher than they have been recently. Here’s the latest trends as of Monday across the state.

LINCOLN – Bill Gates announced that he will donate $50 million to help fund research to hopefully find a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease. In Nebraska, a new website is giving caregivers the help they need to take care of people with Alzheimer’s. According to the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, 33,000 people in Nebraska have […]

WAYNE – National Rural Health Day is Thursday, November 16 and in a recent news release, Northeast Nebraska Behavioral Health Network has been awarded funding to help meet the needs in the area. The Northeast Region has a mental health provider per population ratio of 2,997 to 1 and with such a great need for […]

WAYNE – Just two days later after suffering a 71-66 road loss at Nebraska-Kearney, the Wayne State College men’s basketball team played host to the Lopers Sunday afternoon. From Rice Auditorium on the campus of Wayne State College, the Wildcat men competed in their second contest in three days with in-state rivals Nebraska-Kearney. The ‘Cats […]

NEBRASKA CITY – Hundreds turned out on a misty Veteran’s Day in Nebraska City Saturday to dedicate a 100-foot wall mural and tour displays at the  Veteran’s Memorial Building. Mural artist Kent Schwartz explained the panels, including portraits taken from photos of local veterans submitted by citizens. The next panel shows war images from the […]

LINCOLN – Nebraska Christians unbeaten run has come to an end. The Eagle faced Suprior in the state semifinals on Griday and were defeated 3-0 at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Nebraska Christian will play Stanton in the 3rd place match at Lincoln Southeast on Saturday at 3 PM. SUPERIOR (27-4) 25 25 25 – 3 NEBRASKA […]

LINCOLN, Neb. – Nebraska Christian kept their unbeaten season alive after beating their first round opponent Ponca in the Class C2 state tournament. Nebraska Christian (32-0) defeated Ponca (29-6) in three sets – 25-18, 25-21, 25-15  at Lincoln Southwest High School on Thursday night. Kaitlynn Halstead was the leader in kills for the Eagles with […]