YANKTON, S.D. – UPDATE: As a result of many tips from the public, fugitive Johnny Tiner has been arrested near Hartington, NE. The U.S. Marshals Service received several critical tips from the public indicating Tiner had fled into the state of Nebraska. U.S. Marshals coordinated with state and local authorities who ultimately located Tiner walking […]

LINCOLN – The Nebraska Coaches Association will host basketball, volleyball and softball All-Star games early next week in Lincoln. From Lincoln North Star High School on Monday will be the 37th annual girl’s (6 p.m.) and 48th annual boy’s (8 p.m.) All-Star game. Also from Lincoln North Star on Tuesday will the 33rd annual volleyball […]

NORFOLK – The Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District (LENRD) is doing helicopter mapping of ground water in Northeast Nebraska. Brian Bruckner, water resource manager of the LENRD says this is a big project to collect ground water data. “ This is part of a project to collect aquifer information in parts of our district in […]

NORFOLK – “Norfolk is hosting the Nebraska American Legion Class A baseball tournament this weekend and everyone is prepping and getting ready for it.”  Mike Fuehrer, sports development manager talks about the process of hosting the tournament and says how long the process takes. “ You know, the process really started in January. Our local […]

CLEVELAND – A Falls City man will have leadership role on Republican nominee Donald Trump’s campaign over the next few months. Charles W. Herbster, a farmer and businessman from southeast Nebraska, has been named National Chairman of the Agricultural and Rural Advisory Board and Committee of the Donald J. Trump campaign. The Falls City man who once […]

STANTON, Neb. (AP) – An advocacy group fighting against a Canadian-based company’s decision to replace sections of the original Keystone pipeline in Nebraska has given residents jars to gather soil and water samples from their land. Bold Nebraska handed out the jars at a meeting in Stanton Tuesday night. The contents residents bring back in […]

WINNEBAGO – Out of the 38 Nebraska delegates heading to Philadelphia next week for the Democratic National Convention, only two are from Northeast Nebraska. And in fact, both are Winnebago tribe members and have the same last name. Frank and Michelle La Mere, who are related by marriage, were both chosen as delegates at the […]

LINCOLN – Last Friday, the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles announced that there have been enhancements to its online services, giving Nebraskans more freedom in dealing with the DMV. Nebraskans with either a valid driver license or identification card, can now easily update their address online. In compliance with the requirement to update one’s address […]

NORFOLK – The Nebraska Department of Roads changed up their meeting style a bit and invited community leaders and members of the public to be able to hear their input and priorities for transportation investments in the Northeast Nebraska region. Kyle Schneweis, director of the Nebraska Department of Roads says that they are always looking […]