A Davenport, Iowa man sentenced for mailing threatening letter.
Dodge Street eastbound at 90th Street was closed for some time Thursday morning after an SUV struck a pedestrian.
Jackie Kuta and several neighbors have backyard pools none of them want.
A warning about bait and switch on the price of a parking lot overlay.
A committee plans to explore the possibility of a petition campaign to recall Mayor Jim Suttle. A press conference will be held at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at Anthony's Restaurant.
There was an injury accident reported at 11:53pm Tuesday on Webster Boulevard north of Plattsmouth.
Two people were injured after a shooting that witnesses say stemmed from a fight on a MAT bus Tuesday afternoon.
Lake property increases in value
The lowest mortgage rates in decades haven't done much to prop up home sales.
Twelve-year-old Cortavious King is recovering after being hit by a school bus on his way to school.
Federal aid for the private sector denied.
Jim Robinson had a stormy meeting with the owner of storm restoration but skies were clearing between them Monday.
A man wanted in connection with the beating death of a Council Bluffs man, Monday turned himself into authorities.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s department has identified a man and a woman, found fatally shot in their Lake Cunningham-area home Monday. They are 35-year-old Carlos Johnson and 29-year-old Corina Barry.
Authorities say the driver of a horse-drawn buggy pulling some farm equipment was killed when the buggy was hit by a car in southern Iowa.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission says more than 250 special grouse permits remain for the upcoming season.
Work to begin on Highway 1.
Two Omaha neighborhoods are hit twice in the same day by residential burglaries. In both cases neighbors heard or saw something suspicious.
A would-be bank robber hit a little too close to home.
Maximum sentence ordered in child sexual assault case.
32 counties eligible to apply for disaster unemployment insurance benefits.
Officials say squirrels are the likely culprit in knocking out phones and the Internet at Iowa City's West High School, but it won't delay the start of school.
A customer drove up, rigged a pump, and provide free gas to at least 10 of his friend's vehicles. No one knows how he did it.
Attorney General Jon Bruning has decided not to defend a new Nebraska law requiring health screenings for women seeking abortions.
Natural Resource Commission makes changes to daily bag limits.
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