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Nebraska man who killed wife decades ago admits killing parents, niece
A Nebraska man who pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of his wife two decades ago admitted Monday to fatally shooting his parents and an 18-year-old niece last year. John Dalton Jr., 46, pleaded guilty to three counts of first-degree murder and four weapons counts in Douglas County District
Nebraska Freshman WR Announces He’s Transferring
Nebraska football’s wide receivers depth has taken a hit this morning. Huskers’ freshman wide receiver Justin McGriff announced this morning that he’s decided to transfer out of the program.
Nebraska brings nearly everyone to see Robinson
Nebraska coaches loaded up for a Monday visit to Kentucky to see offensive athlete Wandale Robinson. Robinson flipped to the Huskers last...
Costco’s 100 Million Chickens Will Change the Face of Nebraska
Can a single company reshape a landscape? That’s the question at play in Nebraska, where Costco, one of America’s most powerful companies, has the potential to impact residents, farmers, and the environment in complex and unprecedented ways.
This Old-World German Bakery In Nebraska Has Been Around Since 1976
In a world that changes faster than we can keep up, it’s good to know that we can count on a few favorite places to be there when we need them. This delightful German bakery has been serving European favorites for more than 40 years, and it’s become a staple of Nebraska life.
Two flu-related deaths confirmed in Nebraska
LINCOLN, Neb. (KCAU) - State officials in Nebraska are reporting the first flu-related deaths of the season. The state confirmed two people have died from the flu or flu-related complications.
240 lbs. of pot, meth found in Nebraska drug busts
Omaha, NE (KPTM) -- Nebraska State Troopers say two different traffic stops along I-80 Thursday netted them hundreds of pounds of drugs. The first happened around 12:30 p.m. near Grand Island.
Leader commits to walk-on at Nebraska
Nebraska football added another piece to its 2019 walk-on class on Sunday night as Lincoln Southwest defender Nick Leader committed to walk on with the Huskers over several Division-II offers.
Nebraska troopers seize more than 240 pounds of marijuana
LINCOLN — The Nebraska State Patrol says troopers seized more than 240 pounds of marijuana in separate traffic stops along Interstate 80 on Thursday. The first stop occurred about 12:30 p.m. when a trooper observed an eastbound Ford Fusion following too closely near Grand Island at mile marker 313.
Columbus wrestling unscathed at Nebraska Duals
Columbus wrestling capped a perfect start in Friday's first round of Nebraska Duals with a perfect finish on Saturday and finished as the only unbeaten team in a field of 16. The Discoverers opened action with wins over Elkhorn South, Shelby-Rising City, Gothenburg, Overland Park-Blue Valley West (K
WATCH: Charles Barkley savagely trolls Nebraska during College GameDay
Legendary NBA player and Auburn alum Charles Barkley has long said that the Army-Navy game is a bucket-list item for him. So, ahead of this year’s matchup between the Black Knights and the Midshipmen, ESPN’s College GameDay brought him to Philadelphia in style to serve as the celebrity guest picker
2020 four-star already anticipating Nebraska official
Jayson Jones is committed to Alabama. The 2020 defensive tackle actually committed to the Crimson Tide before the start of his junior...
Second Nebraska case of paralyzing illness confirmed in Sarpy County/Cass County area
A second Nebraska case of a paralyzing illness has been confirmed in a child living in the area served by the Sarpy/Cass Health Department. The child was hospitalized for the condition, known as acute flaccid myelitis, and later released, state health officials said Monday.
Nebraska village board member to pay $5,000 state fine
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A southeast Nebraska village board member has agreed to pay a $5,000 civil penalty for allegedly using his position for financial gain and failing to disclose his interest in a village contract.
Grandson Of Former Nebraska Great Will Play For Huskers
The Nebraska Cornhuskers are bringing in a walk-on QB with ties to one of the greatest players in school history. On Thursday night, Riley Kinney – grandson of Nebraska legend Jeff Kinney – announced on Twitter that he had received a walk-on offer to Nebraska.
Justin McGriff Will Seek a Transfer from Nebraska
Freshman hybrid pass catcher-turned-linebacker Justin McGriff announced Monday that he is transferring from the Nebraska football program. McGriff did not appear in a game in 2018. He joined Nebraska's class as one of the first commits of the Scott Frost era, verbally pledging to the Huskers on Dec.
Nebraska elementary school principal placed on leave after banning all things Christmas from classrooms
(CNN) -- An elementary school principal in Omaha, Nebraska is on administrative leave after asking teachers to not celebrate Christmas in classrooms. An internal memo, signed by Principal Jennifer Sinclair as "The (Unintentional) Grinch who stole Christmas (from Manchester)," included a list of Chri
Nebraska football loses out on target Ben Kiernan as he commits to home state school
The Nebraska football team has been having enough success on the recruiting trail that it has been moving right up the list as far as team rankings [VIDEO]. Despite that recent run of great success, including two more commits last week, the Cornhuskers also suffered a couple of losses.
Nebraska Principal Placed on Leave After Banning All Things Related to Christmas and Saying Candy Canes Symbolize Jesus Christ
The Nebraska principal who banned teachers from using all Christmas or holiday-related symbols or activities in class has been placed on leave for violating school district policy.
Nebraska principal reportedly bans candy canes, says ‘J shape’ stands for Jesus
OMAHA, Neb. — An elementary school principal in Omaha, Nebraska is on administrative leave after asking teachers to not celebrate Christmas in classrooms. An internal memo, signed by Principal Jennifer Sinclair as “The (Unintentional) Grinch who stole Christmas (from Manchester),” included a list of