The focus on the Niobrara River shifted this week to its scenic side, two months after it went wild during Nebraska’s mid-March flooding — breaking bridges, severing communities, sweeping away homes and businesses and likely taking a life.
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The Nebraska Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday on a unique lawsuit in which the Nebraska Attorney General sued the Legislature's Judiciary Committee and Executive Board for filing a subpoena last session.
About 400 people, many of them women, rallied for reproductive rights in the state Capitol Rotunda on Tuesday.
Check out the latest on the weather afflicting Nebraska on Tuesday.
The state's mainline budget bill endured another filibuster Tuesday, primarily from rural senators, but the Legislature succeeded in getting that and its other spending bills past the finish line and to Gov. Pete Ricketts for his consideration.
An Omaha man is accused of bilking Medicare of more than $674,000 in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and a dozen other states, allegedly throwing pizza parties at nursing homes and going to homeless shelters promising them all freebies in order to get Social Security information to further the scam.
After a $7 million makeover, the new Schramm Education Center is scheduled to open to the public Saturday, finishing the first stage of the state’s Venture Parks concept.
Medicinal cannabis got several hours of legislative debate Wednesday evening before moving off the agenda, most likely for the rest of this waning session.
It took another two-hour debate to get the mainline budget bill to final reading, but Nebraska legislators got through step two of passing a budget Wednesday evening.
Crews have restored another lane of travel on flood-ravaged Iowa 2 east of Nebraska City.