Posted: 3:56 PM Lane restrictions will be in place Monday, June 10, 2013 after rush hour on Industrial Road in Omaha.
Posted: 12:36 PM Genetic testing is becoming a tool for cattle producers to use to monitor and improve the health of their herds.
Posted: 12:34 PM A new smartphone app has been developed to help agricultural producers track key temperatures.
Posted: 9:21 AM A man nicknamed "the ninja robber" is headed to prison for his involvement in several robberies in 2008.
Posted: 9:19 AM An electrical problem at a wastewater treatment plant in Bellevue caused untreated sewage to pour into the Missouri River.
Posted: 9:16 AM City officials believe a lightning strike caused a large chunk of decorative concrete to tumble 11 stories down to a sidewalk in Lincoln.
Posted: 7:48 AM A bill designed to crack down on cyberbullying failed to advance in the Legislature this year, but Gov. Terry Branstad says he plans to keep working to toughen Iowa's anti-bullying laws.
Posted: 12:16 PM The University of Nebraska Board of Regents has opted not to switch to a privately run student health center in Lincoln.
Posted: 12:14 PM The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's School of Natural Resources will be the host of a Weather Camp for students ages 10-14 from seven states.
Posted: 12:13 PM More than 2,000 people are expected to pedal their way through Omaha's streets in the late-night Owl Ride next month.
Posted: 12:11 PM A private lunch with billionaire investor Warren Buffett has been sold for more than $1 million at auction. Compared to past years, that's a bargain.
Posted: 10:42 AM The Open Door Mission is celebrating Father’s Day in style and with a special baseball themed party.
Posted: 10:38 AM A little rain and cool temperatures didn’t hurt the turnout at the 2nd Annual Hope 365 Riverfront Run his morning.
Posted: 6:24 AM A northeast Kansas man has been sentenced to nine years in prison for trying to drown his 3-year-old son in a bathtub.
Posted: 6:12 AM The Iowa Supreme Court says criminal defendants cannot be punished with stiffer sentences for invoking their right to remain silent to avoid answering questions about whether they're using drugs.
Updated: 8:15 AM An Omaha man is waking up in the hospital this morning, placed in emergency protective custody, after he jumped in the Missouri River overnight.
Updated: 8:17 PM A Nebraska woman accused of child abuse says she and her husband are innocent.
Updated: 8:34 PM Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad has issued a disaster emergency proclamation for five more counties affected by recent storms and flooding.
Posted: 1:10 PM An Australian company has announced finding what it says could be several million barrels of oil in a new Nebraska Panhandle location.
Updated: 4:58 PM Authorities say a 16-year-old has reported being raped after she was knocked off her bicycle in Lincoln.
Posted: 1:07 PM Wichita police say an 18-month-old boy tripped before he was run over by a family friend's truck.