Posted: 3:48 PM - Two men have been arrested and booked for burglary in connection with a February break-in. They're identified as 18-year-old Ramiro Ramirez and 21-year-old Marlin Rivera.
Updated: 3:33 PM - The jury has returned a guilty verdict in the 2012 murder of Miguel Avalos and his two sons.
Posted: 1:08 PM - Nebraska lawmakers have approved a committee to investigate the state's handling of Nikko Jenkins, accused of killing four people in Omaha last August shortly after his release from prison.
Posted: 11:58 AM - Thanks to over 500 donors from across Nebraska, 460 Korean War veterans from 200 communities will depart March 25th for the final Korean War Honor Flight to Washington, D.C.
Posted: 11:10 AM - The Nebraska Supreme Court has upheld the denial of post-conviction relief for a man convicted of the 2001 shooting death of another man who was believed to have been the wrong target in a retaliation killing.
Posted: 10:55 AM - The Nebraska State Patrol seized 47 pounds of marijuana during two traffic stops along Interstate 80 in Keith County on Thursday.
Updated: 11:12 AM - The Nebraska Supreme Court again ruled Friday that a father who was intentionally misled about the birth of his child can stop the baby's adoption.
Posted: 9:33 AM - A consultant says Iowa should focus on reinvesting in existing casinos rather than license any new operations.
Updated: 9:43 AM - The state Department of Labor says Nebraska's preliminary unemployment rate in January hit 3.5 percent, its lowest mark since September 2008.
Posted: 8:02 AM - The former chief of Lincoln's Southeast Rural Fire Department is due back in court on March 20th to face a felony charge of theft by deception of more than $1,500.
Posted: 7:31 AM - The body of a woman found in a car south of Beemer, Nebraska that had crashed two weeks ago has been identified as 56-year-old Donna Baumert of West Point.
Posted: 7:13 AM - Lincoln Public Schools is thinking about requiring some middle school students to wear photo IDs on lanyards around their necks.
Updated: 9:39 AM - A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers official says the mountain snowpack in the Missouri River's upper basin is close to levels seen before the 2011 flooding, but believes flooding this year is still far less likely.