895 Norfolk homes without power Monday morning

NORFOLK -- Hundreds of Norfolk residents found themselves in the dark to start their week on Monday. Nebraska Public Power District reported a power outage affecting 895 homes in the city of Norfol... Read More

Video Special: Key Nebraska Petition Law Overturned

Omaha, NE.—Independent candidates in Nebraska just got some good news. A federal judge has ruled that a 2016 law forcing independents, trying to make the statewide November ballot, to come up with 120,000 petition signatures is unconstitutional.... Read More

Cinderella Story Continues for the Tristate Revolution Wolves

SOUTH SIOUX CITY- It has been a Cinderella Story season for the Iowa state cup winners as this Nebraska based team takes Iowa by storm. The Tristate Revolution Wolves form South Sioux City continue their reign as they head to the regional tournament ... Read More

Tornado Watch Issued for Parts of Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota

The National Weather Service office in Valley has issued a tornado watch for parts of Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota and Missouri. Nebraska counties included in the tornado watch include: Burt, Butler, Cass, Colfax, Cuming, Dakota, Dodge, Douglas, F... Read More

YMCA Has Fitness Class for Parkinson's Patients

NORFOLK -- The Norfolk YMCA just finished up their seventh week of the Rock Steady Boxing class, and the participants are not ready to slow down quite yet. Rock Steady Boxing is a program designed to help people specifically with Parkinson's fight... Read More

Scouts Hosting Fundraiser for Sergeant Wangler

COLUMBUS - Boy Scout Pack #115 will be hosting a fundraiser for Sergeant Brad Wangler on Saturday at Hy-Vee. The Pack will be handing out blue ribbons starting at 8:30 a.m., and accepting free will donations, says a Facebook post. The donations... Read More

Bulkley: Best Thing we can do now is Pray for the Family

COLUMBUS - Columbus Mayor Jim Bulkley has known Sergeant Brad Wangler since he was a kid growing up in Columbus. Bulkley said after hearing the news that Sergeant Wangler had been shot during a Thursday night incident, his first thought was "This ... Read More

Police Officer Shot in Columbus: What We Know Right Now

COLUMBUS - A Columbus police officer is recovering after being shot twice while serving a warrant at a house. It happened at about 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Authorities say two officers arrived at 3410 15th St. in Columbus to serve a warrant. Columbus... Read More

Some Areas Saw 4 Plus Inches of Rain, 1.75 Inch Hail on Wednesday

COLUMBUS - 4 inches of rain, almost 2 inch hail, and 70 mph winds battered the area on Wednesday. The National Weather Service reported that the western Platte, southern Boone, and northern Nance County area saw 4 to 6 inches of rain. Columbus saw... Read More

Severe Thunderstorm Warnings Issued Until 7:15 p.m.

The Albion, Boone, and St. Edward areas are in a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 7:15 p.m., says the National Weather Service.  60 mph winds and ping pong sized hail are threats in the storm,  says the NWS. Beemer, West Point, Howells, Dodge, ... Read More

Severe Thunderstorm Warning Extends For Most of Boone, Neighboring Counties

A Severe Thunderstorm Warning is in effect until 6:45 p.m. for the towns of Elgin, Petersburg, Loretto, Albion, Newman Grove, and Lindsay, says the NWS. The effect area is just north of Primrose and Boone. Quarter size hail and 60 MPH winds rem... Read More