Three flu-related deaths reported in area

_informq.push(); HOLDREDGE, NE (Omaha World-Herald News Service) - Three influenza-associated deaths have been reported in central Nebraska's Two Rivers Public Health Department District. Th... Read More

Law Officer Arrested and Charged Following Sexual Assault Investigation

TECUMSEH, Neb. (AP) — Authorities say they've identified five women who were sexually assaulted by a Seward County sheriff's deputy before he began his law enforcement career. Court records say 30-year-old Nicholas Bridgmon, of Pleasant Dale, is... Read More

Waiting for Mueller, Bacon Sees 'No Evidence of Russian Collusion'

Omaha, NE.—With speculation growing that the Mueller report and its investigation into President Trump will be released next week, Omaha area Congressman Don Bacon is sticking to his guns telling News Channel Nebraska he sees: “No evidence of Rus... Read More

Judge Jails Blue Springs Man, in Serious Assault Case

BEATRICE – A Blue Springs man has been denied probation, after a Gage County District Judge noted the physical injuries suffered by a victim of the defendant’s assault. 37-year-old Roy Forney was sentenced Wednesday to 90 days in county jail f... Read More

Tech Talk - Julie Sigman

_informq.push(); Brittany Therese meets with Julie Sigman, Director, Omaha Stem Ecosystem, to talk about what STEM truly is!...... Read More

New website aims to put pressure on problem landlords

_informq.push(); OMAHA, NE (Omaha World-Herald News Service) - A new website aims to shine a spotlight on problem properties across Omaha and prod state and local officials to move faster to create a rental inspection program. At a news confe... Read More

Probation Term Given in Drunk Driving Crash, That Injured Family

BEATRICE – A DeWitt man who was drunk when he ran a west Beatrice stop sign, hitting a family’s van, has been sentenced to probation.   Gage County District Judge Rick Schreiner Wednesday sentenced 30-year-old Jerrod Hamm to a four-year probati... Read More

UNL professor cited for vandalism of political signs, office

LINCOLN, NE (1011NOW) - Lincoln Police cited a University of Nebraska at Lincoln professor for vandalizing Senator Deb Fischer's office and Congressman Jeff Fortenberry's political signs in October. According to Lincoln Police, on Tuesday, Patrici... Read More

Sen. Mike Groene Discusses Bill To Authorize Restraint & Removal Of Students

_informq.push(); LINCOLN - A proposed legislative bill is looking to give more authority to Nebraska teachers and administrators. LB147, introduce by Sen. Mike Groene of North Platte to the Education Committee, would allow the use of necessar... Read More

Andy Classen interviews Omaha native Bud Crawford

_informq.push(); OMAHA, NE (News Channel Nebraska) - NCN's very own Andy Klassen interviews Bud Crawford about his upcoming match with Amir Khan. Bud Crawford, Omaha native is a former lightweight champion and undisputed junior welterweight... Read More

Omaha hadn't wanted 'Cops' TV show to film officers; after officials relented, a sound tech was killed

Omaha police had long rebuffed efforts by the “Cops” television show to follow their officers and film in the city. But in the spring of 2014, Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer had a change of heart. The reason: His officers had been invol... Read More