Updated: 5:31 PM A water main break at 16th and Spencer Friday afternoon caused big problems for drivers and a buckling street was captured on video by a Channel 6 News crew. The street was buckling and water spouts were rapidly popping up along a block long stretch of 16th St.
Updated: 11:23 AM Two men were sentenced in federal court in Davenport, Iowa Friday for conspiracy to distribute the drug ecstasy, also known as MDMA and BZP. Damian Tiare Thomas, 32, was ordered to serve 262 months in prison followed by 3 years supervised release. James Lewis, 29, was sentenced to serve 84 months in prison followed by 3 years supervised release.
Posted: 8:57 AM Cornhusker State Games officials have announced that registration in all sports will remain open through Tuesday, July 5 as workers process mailed entries and begin preparing competition schedules.
Updated: 7:13 PM The Missouri River has been off-limits to boaters for several weeks now. Lake Manawa has a new "no wake zone" in effect. And Lake Zorinsky is still dry. So what's a boating enthusiast to do this weekend? Many are taking to area lakes.
Posted: 6:13 PM Midnight on July 1 marks the end of the entry period for a unique lottery. The winner will receive a combination permit with a bag limit of one elk, one antelope, one deer and two turkeys.
Posted: 2:04 PM The City of Bellevue is requesting volunteers to help fill sandbags which will be used to help protect some public works infrastructure, reinforce the levees and help keep water off of Highway 370 at Haworth Park
Updated: 2:03 PM The Nebraska Humane Society has fielded numerous calls of dogs being left in cars. They remind everyone not to leave animals in the car for any amount of time while the weather is this hot.
Posted: 11:14 AM Federal health officials say the lead poisoning rate for U.S. adults has fallen by more than half in the last 15 years, but it remains unusually high in Pennsylvania, Missouri and Kansas.
Posted: 10:19 AM Two Fremont men were arrested on several charges following a Tuesday night crash. When officers arrived, witnesses were holding down the driver, 24-year-old Dennis Gantzert. Gantzert had tried to flee the scene and appeared intoxicated.
Updated: 4:44 PM The Social Security office in Council Bluffs has closed due to potential flooding. The office is not in immediate danger of flooding. As a precaution, users of the office are being referred to the Omaha office which is located at 604 N. 109th Court.