Athlete Spotlight: Knowing His Future as a Husker Won't Stop Cameron Jurgens' Success

BEATRICE - Already having his mind up, with just his signature on signing day to go, Cameron Jurgens plans to enjoy every bit of his final year at Beatrice High School. "Yeah, I definitely think i... Read More

COLUMBUS — A New Yorker convicted of having  sex with a 15-year-old girl in Platte County is going to prison. 32-year-old Christopher George has been sentenced to three years behind bars for having sex with a teen-age runaway last December. ... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY - Otoe County commissioners agreed Tuesday to ask Susan Baumann to expand her role to become the county’s full-time veterans service officer. Baumann, a former graduate of Nebraska City High School who worked in the US Air Force as... Read More

WASHINGTON. - The number of illegal immigrants in the U.S. has decreased slightly since 2009, according to a new study by the Pew Research Center. The survey finds that in 2009 there were 11.3 million immigrants in the U.S. illegally, but that nu... Read More

LINCOLN, Nebraska. -  A woman in Lincoln is facing criminal charges, accused of using her family's credit card to go on a $12,000 shopping spree. 51-year-old Christina Chambers was arrested Monday for falsifying her family members’ identities t... Read More

NORFOLK, NE — Volunteers play an important role in our healthcare system, at Faith Regional Health Services in Norfolk, it’s no different.  Dan Kuester took a moment to thank volunteers on Tuesday.  "I want to thank you. I love seeing our vol... Read More

PLATTSMOUTH - Sheriff William Brueggemann reports the arrest of a Lincoln man Monday following a Highway 75 accident and allegations of a second collision. The sheriff says 19-year-old Ryan Colgrove of Plattsmouth slowed his 2008 Ford Mustang down... Read More

LINCOLN - After the Keystone XL Pipeline was approved last month by President Trump, the national debate is now squarely in the state of Nebraska. Next week, the Nebraska Public Service Commission will hear from the public in a meeting in York.... Read More

COLUMBUS - Local 4th, 5th, and 6th Graders expanded their knowledge on pollen and it's importance to the environment on Tuesday. Event Coordinator Kelly Feehan says the Nebraska Extension hosted roughly 380 students during the day, and says the r... Read More

BEATRICE - "I just started crying, I was so happy. I'm going to be able to play basketball healthy, this is awesome. The lady said, 'I've never seen somebody so happy to wake up out of surgery.' It was great in my legs. I wasn't in a lot of pain, and... Read More

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