Police Looking for Help in Omaha Kidnapping and Murder Case

OMAHA -- The Omaha Police Department is requesting the assistance of anyone who may have a connection to murder suspect Jeremiah Connelly. According to a news release, the OPD is still in the early... Read More

Republicans Defend Democrat Krist Against 'Gotcha' Politics

Omaha  NE.--Half a dozen Republicans are among 21 current and former state lawmakers signing a letter backing Democrat Bob Krist against personal charges leveled by the GOP. The Nebraska Republican Party accuses Krist, a state senator running for... Read More

Nebraska jobless rate dropped to 2.8 percent in August

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska's preliminary unemployment rate dropped a tenth of a point to hit 2.8 percent in August, the state said in a report released Friday. Last month's rate remained well below the U.S. figure, which remained st... Read More

Oktoberfest is in full swing

NORFOLK- Oktoberfest is officially underway in Norfolk. The festival kicked off Friday, with the tapping of the keg at 5:30 P.M. The festival is in its seventh year. Many towns in the United States with large populations of German descendants... Read More

Arbor Day Farm Offers New Thrills On Tree Adventure

NEBRASKA CITY – The Tree Adventure at Arbor Day Farm is offering new, daring activities for the 50th annual AppleJack Festival. Austin Mackrill of Arbor Day Farm toured the trail Friday morning with B103 FM’s Hunter Arterburn and first grader ... Read More

Father And Son Escape Burning Truck Just In Time

NEBRASKA CITY – Kobe Sammons’ pickup truck was totally engulfed in flames when Nebraska City firefighters arrived on F Road Friday afternoon, but he and his father were alive. Kobe is a welder from Minnesota who had traveled 500 miles to be wi... Read More

Morning Coffee Group Hears Beatrice Six Plight, Faced by Gage County

BEATRICE – A gathering at a downtown Beatrice business early Friday, gave people a chance to hear more about the Beatrice Six case challenges, being felt by county government and taxpayers. County Board members Myron Dorn and Erich Tiemann provi... Read More

Scam Alert: Lexington Public Schools

KCNI/KBBN received a warning from the Lexington Chamber of Commerce and phone call from a scammer promoting a winter sports campaign with Lexington Public Schools. Please be aware that this is a scam and that Lexington Schools is NOT promoting any wi... Read More

NGage to Consider Resolution on New Fire Station, Sales Tax

BEATRICE – The Gage Area Growth Enterprise Board plans to consider a resolution taking a position on the proposed half-cent local sales tax ballot question, which if approved, would fund a new Beatrice Fire and Rescue Department. The NGage Board... Read More

Report details sexual misconduct by ex-ally of Iowa governor

IOWA CITY — An agency director who was a top ally of Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds committed a range of sexual misconduct, harassment and inappropriate behavior that went on for years, an independent investigation concluded Thursday. Iowa Fin... Read More

Four-State Thunderstorm Line Packs Gusty Winds

BEATRICE – A line of thunderstorms extending from central Kansas through Nebraska, Iowa and into Minnesota brought strong winds, some large hail and tree damage last night. Storm warnings were posted for several southeast and south-central Nebra... Read More