Posted: 4:58 PM - People living on the edge of Dundee are seeing the evolution of a local landmark. A church is putting a new spin on Kelley’s Hilltop Bowling Alley at 48th Avenue and Hamilton.
Posted: 4:56 PM - Once again we are in for a very frigid evening here in the Heartland.
Posted: 4:45 PM - An Omaha woman is still feeling the pain caused by a year-old gunshot that took the life of her young daughter. She's looking for answers but there are few.
Posted: 3:56 PM - Tammy Schuck has been sentenced to 33 months in federal prison for her role in a prostitution case linked to some Omaha spas.
Updated: 1:32 PM - The NCAA announced Wednesday that CenturyLink Center Omaha will host the 2015 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championships.
Updated: 1:42 PM - Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman Wednesday announced the appointment of retired Col. Tommy L. Garrett to represent District 3 in the Nebraska Legislature.
Posted: 11:44 AM - The University of Nebraska has purchased a $750,000 home in Lincoln for NU's president to use. The University of Nebraska Foundation said Wednesday it had purchased the approximately 7,000-square-foot home in with private funds.
Posted: 11:31 AM - The Saronville, Nebraska teen accused of vandalizing dozens of cemetery headstones last summer has plead guilty and will be sentenced on January 24th.
Posted: 11:14 AM - Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning announced Wednesday he will undergo surgery for colon cancer on Thursday.
Posted: 9:30 AM - The Mega Millions jackpot for Friday night's drawing is $400 million ($216.4 million cash), the second largest jackpot in game history.
Updated: 9:45 AM - A new report indicates nearly 2,000 Nebraskans have signed up for a health care plan out of nearly 23,000 who applied through the new federal marketplace.
Posted: 8:41 AM - The former director of the Lincoln YWCA is scheduled to be sentenced in February on another theft conviction. Forty-two-year-old Denise Scholl-Serrett pleaded no contest Tuesday. The felony carries a maximum prison term of 20 years.
Updated: 8:27 AM - Four schools in Iowa and Nebraska will receive $25,000 grants from U.S. Cellular because they won an online contest.
Updated: 10:56 AM - The Nebraska State Board of Education is expected to name a new state education commissioner this week to replace Roger Breed, who retired last summer.
Posted: 7:54 AM - It's finals week at Southeast Community College in Lincoln and one group on campus is offering therapy dogs to help relieve stress.
Posted: 7:32 AM - Pope Francis has been selected by Time magazine as the Person of the Year.
Updated: 7:23 AM - If approved by voters, $153 million could be used to renovate buildings within the Lincoln Public School district in 2014.
Posted: 4:08 AM - Nebraska students have been scrambling to finish their GED testing, lest they have to start over again with new tests next year.
Posted: 4:04 AM - Volunteers have raised more than $175,000 for Chadron State College as part of an annual fundraiser.