Hy-Vee Preparing and Donating Meals to Fremont Shelters

_informq.push(); FREMONT, NE — Derek Mathis makes gourmet food, usually sold for catering orders or the Hy-Vee dining room. For the last week he’s been making the same first-class grub for hun... Read More

Knox County Officials work to reopen bridges and highways

_informq.push(); AREA BUSINESS OWNERS LOOK TO REBUILD BOYD COUNTY SHERIFF TALKS ABOUT MORALE DURING WATER SHORTAGE KNOX COUNTY - The recent flooding in North East Nebraska devastated Knox County, and the damages caused by flooding from nea... Read More

Business Owners in Niobrara deal with tragedy

_informq.push(); KNOX COUNTY ROADS DAMAGE BOYD COUNTY FACES TALL TASK IN RECOVERY NIOBRARA - A pile of debris belongs to Ruth and Victor Janak, in the spot where their family business stood for almost 25 years. Another business, 50 yard... Read More

Boyd County has a long road to recovery

_informq.push(); AREA BUSINESS OWNERS LOOK TO REBUILD KNOX COUNTY RECOVERY BOYD COUNTY - Boyd County, Nebraska enjoys the scenic views outdoor activities of being tucked on the banks of the Niobrara River, but with the fun outdoor opportun... Read More

Fremont Residents Come Together When Returning Home

_informq.push(); FREMONT, NE — Residents of flood-stricken south Fremont have been living in shelters or with friends and relatives for days.  They’ve been relying on food donated by Hy-Vee for meals.  Now, they’re back home starting the c... Read More

Larry the Cable Guy to donate all proceeds from Lincoln show to Red Cross

LINCOLN, NE (1011NOW) - Pawnee City, Neb. native Larry the Cable Guy will be donating all proceeds from his March 27th show in Lincoln to the Red Cross for those impacted by the floods. According to a tweet from Larry the Cable Guy Tuesday, his po... Read More

OPS leaders ask Legislature to consider having state take over management of pension system

OMAHA, NE (Omaha World-Herald News Source) - Omaha Public Schools leaders asked lawmakers Tuesday to explore having the state take over management of the district’s troubled pension system as a small step toward resolving the fund’s $771 million ... Read More

Flood of '19 Finds Army Corps of Engineers Under Fire

Omaha, NE.—The Army Corps of Engineers is under fire for its handling of the Flood of 2019, with some critics complaining the Corps made matters worse. Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley is calling for an investigation. Watch NCN in Omaha on Cox Cable... Read More

Flooding of base forces cancellation of Offutt air show in June

OMAHA, NE (Omaha World-Herald News Source) - Flooding has forced the Air Force to cancel the 2019 Defenders of Freedom Open House and Air Show at Offutt Air Force Base south of Omaha. Missouri River floodwater fed by heavy rain and snowmelt has co... Read More

Northeast Community College president announces retirement

NORFOLK, NE (News Channel Nebraska) - The head administrator at a Nebraska community college will be stepping down soon. Northeast Community College President Doctor Michael Chipps announced Tuesday that he will be retiring at the end of this year... Read More

In flood-damaged Nebraska, VP Mike Pence offers government relief: 'We're going to stand with you'

Amid a chilly dampness that has become all too familiar in these parts, Vice President Mike Pence delivered a message: America is here for Nebraska and Iowa. “We’re going to stand with you and be with you until these communities co... Read More