Posted: 6:15 AM Two people have testified in Des Moines against a $135 million base rate increase sought by MidAmerican Energy Co.
Posted: 6:13 AM A federal agency has proposed a nearly 50 percent cut in the Nebraska land the agency says is needed to support the endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle.
Posted: 5:52 AM The World Food Prize foundation will announce the winners of its annual award on Wednesday at a ceremony in Washington featuring Secretary of State John Kerry as the keynote speaker.
Posted: 5:49 AM A trial has been set for Oct. 15 for a Des Moines man charged with first-degree murder in the death of a 17-year-old Ottumwa girl in 1974.
Updated: 5:57 AM A judge is throwing out a 10-year prison term he gave to a former supervisor of a phony check-cashing scheme in Cedar Rapids.
Posted: 4:50 AM Governor Terry Branstad says the rules governing school start dates in Iowa are "too lax."
Posted: 4:47 AM Nebraska's four state-run veterans homes have received perfect scores on their most recent annual Health Care System Surveys from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Updated: 10:24 PM A trend for TV watchers is catching on. Many families are cutting cable and picking up online streaming instead.
Updated: 10:12 PM Police in central Iowa say a 13-year-old boy led officers on a weekend car chase through a residential area.
Posted: 9:01 PM Jurors in Lincoln have found a man not guilty in the stabbing death of a man last August.
Posted: 9:01 PM Monday night, police and paramedics were called out to 13th & Center. A bicyclist had been hit by an SUV.
Posted: 8:48 PM Monday night a jury reached a verdict in the case of a deadly stabbing. Police say the suspect and victim were fighting over a romantic interest.
Posted: 8:45 PM Gov. Terry Branstad says the rules governing school start dates in Iowa are "too lax."
Posted: 8:38 PM The Nebraska Department of Roads has notified drivers that 204th Street South of N-370 in the Gretna area will close for approximately 6 weeks.
Posted: 8:22 PM Senator Chuck Grassley said Monday that fall internships for college-age Iowans are available and applications are due July 15.
Posted: 5:52 PM Nebraska State Sen. Steve Lathrop will officially begin his statewide listening tour on Tuesday, June 18th with a stop in Plattsmouth, NE.
Updated: 8:20 AM A judge sentenced Kerri Collier to prison time for causing a crash that left a Council Bluffs woman dead.