Updated: 9:52 PM John Papuchis is getting a 50 percent raise for taking over as Nebraska's new defensive coordinator, with his salary going from $200,000 a year to $300,000. The athletic department provided football coaching salary information to The Associated Press on Friday.
Posted: 12:13 PM The Omaha Storm Chasers are giving singers and musicians an opportunity to perform the National Anthem at Werner Park this year. Auditions will be held at the Oak View Mall Saturday, February 11.
Posted: 10:28 AM A felony threats conviction results in a prison sentence. Last month, the judge had given 26-year-old Marcus J. Munhall of Plattsmouth a chance to avoid further jail time by participating in a comprehensive alcohol abuse treatment program, but Munhall left the Omaha facility within 24 hours.
Posted: 5:30 PM President Barack Obama's campaign is buying advertising time in six states, including Iowa, that will be critical to the president's re-election effort. It’s a sign that the presidential campaign is entering a new phase.
Posted: 4:40 PM Many Nebraska high school and college students will be putting down the books and staying up all night this spring to take up the fight against cancer. The American Cancer Society hosts six of its signature Relay For Life events specifically with college and high school students in mind.
Updated: 10:08 AM Changes to a water main project affect a community. The contract the City of Plattsmouth had with L.G. Roloff Construction to repair the water main in the BNSF railroad right-of-way has been terminated.
Posted: 9:57 AM Cass county agrees to a few hundred dollars for employees to participate in a ‘Biggest Loser Contest’. The program fits in with the health and wellness employee incentives Cass County has initiated within the last year.
Updated: 4:46 PM Debate rages on in the Nebraska Legislature where Wednesday the public was given a chance to speak in favor or against a bill that would make it illegal for minors to lie during compliance checks on liquor retailers.
Updated: 1:32 PM A 16-year-old girl enjoying life needed the quick action of a La Vista pastor and police officers to stay alive. She suffered a major heart attack and was revived with CPR and a portable defibrillator.
Posted: 10:51 PM Leaders of a community that battled flood waters now must prepare for a stream of questions. Channel Six News Fact Finders has discovered that the Nebraska State Patrol has been asked to look into the spending of government money at Lake Waconda south of Omaha.