Chris Dreifurst never imagined deciding to stop and fill up his tank with gas at Dickie Doodles one May 2007 morning would change his life, but it did.
Opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline Friday cheered a federal judge's ruling that has further delayed construction of the project.
Nebraska Supreme Court justices honed in on key arguments Thursday, pelting attorneys on both sides of the battle over the proposed Keystone XL pipeline with questions.
An Iowa-based startup insurer that left a few hundred Nebraska farmers in the lurch earlier this year appears to no longer be participating in the federal government's crop insurance program.
The parent company of Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing reported huge losses in its rail car division — largely because of issues at its U.S. operations based in Lincoln — and the head of the company suggested it could exit the business altogether.
Knudsen Law Firm is pleased to announce the association of Sydney C. Aase with the firm. Sydney joined the Knudsen Law Firm in 2017 as a law clerk and became an associate earlier in 2018. She practices workers’ compensation, business law, real estate law, and general litigation.
In a former life, the site of Nebraska Innovation Campus’ newest building was a copse of trees and vendor stalls near the eastern edge of the midway of State Fair Park.
Imagine – you’re sitting on your couch, turn on your computer and within a couple of minutes, you’ve successfully purchased or sold farmland in Nebraska or any of the immediate surrounding states.
On Sept. 18, 2015, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued an order to recall Volkswagen car models that were discovered to have been programmed to deceive emission testing.
Eakes Office Solutions is excited to announce the promotion of Quinn Vinson to Store Manager of their Columbus location. Mr. Vinson, an Eakes employee since 1994, excelled in furniture sales in Columbus before eventually becoming a Sales Manager, leading sales efforts in furniture, office su…
COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa — President Donald Trump came to America's heartland Tuesday to lay out his plans for the future of ethanol.
After putting their opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline on the record, Bold Nebraska pipeline fighters walked out of a U.S. Department of State open house Tuesday, calling the process a sham because it wasn't a true public hearing.
There was heartbreak in Lincoln two years ago when popular sandwich shop Doozy’s closed its doors there following more than two decades in business, but Columbus has avoided the same fate.
The Nebraska Farm Bureau on Wednesday announced a new health insurance plan specifically geared for farmers, ranchers and agriculture-related businesses.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has slapped Werner Enterprises with a lawsuit accusing the Omaha-based transportation company of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act for refusing to hire a Texas driver because he is deaf.
A federal jury in Omaha has entered a $53.6 million verdict in favor of Papillion-based Infogroup Inc. in a false advertising and copyright infringement lawsuit against its former founder, Vinod Gupta, and his company DatabaseUSA.com.
Nearly 9,000 rural Nebraska homes and businesses will get access to high-speed internet for the first time, the Federal Communications Commission announced Tuesday.
Nebraska officials cheered the news Monday that President Donald Trump had reached an agreement with Mexico to potentially replace the North American Free Trade Agreement.
The average student loan balance grew slightly for last year's college graduates, coming in at $28,288, up a little more than $300 from the previous year, according to a report released earlier this month from LendEDU, a financial services marketplace.
For months in 2017, On Point Technology prepared to answer the Nebraska Department of Labor’s call to upgrade the state’s aging and outdated unemployment insurance systems.
Nebraska is in line to get more than $36 million from the federal government after a U.S. District Court judge in Texas ruled that it and five other states are entitled to a refund of fees on their state Medicaid programs.