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Correctionville man who fled area appears in court

A Correctionville man appeared in court on Wednesday on a charge of Flight to Avoid Prosecution. According to siouxlandnews.com, Mitchell Meyer was taken into custody in Mexico last month after he ... Read More

Authorities announce death of woman

State authorities have announced the death of a woman who died in late April after being struck by a vehicle. The Omaha World-Herald reports 49-year old Elena Castle, of Omaha, was critically injured on April 17th and died 12 days later. Her de... Read More

Omaha man charged with arson after allegedly setting home on fire

A 36-year old Omaha man faces a first-degree arson charge as he is suspected of starting his home on fire after his wife refused his sexual advances. The Omaha World-Herald reports Gilberto Garcia waived a preliminary hearing and is set to stand t... Read More

Phone scam reported in Norfolk

The Norfolk Daily News is reporting that there is a phone scam in Norfolk that a caller threatens businesses and residents that their electricity will be shut off if they don't pay their electric bill immediately with a pre-paid Greendot card. Ind... Read More

Man charged with murder to undergo evaluation

A Sioux City murder case has been suspended while the man charged undergoes a psychiatric evaluation. According to the Sioux City Journal, Isack Abdinur has been ordered by a judge to be evaluated since there's probable cause he's not mentally com... Read More

Papillion man found guilty of shooting 2 dogs with BB gun

PAPILLION, Neb. (AP) _ A Papillion man has been found guilty of shooting his family's two dogs with a BB gun, killing one of them. According to reports, 56-year-old Barry L. Richey was convicted Wednesday. He had pleaded no contest to two count... Read More

Endangered pallid sturgeon larvae found in Missouri River

BELLEVUE, Neb. (AP) _ Scientists say that three fish larvae captured from the Missouri River last year have been confirmed as those of the endangered pallid sturgeon. A U.S. Geological Survey news release issued Thursday says the 1- to 3-day-old l... Read More

Coalition opposes JBS-Cargill Pork merger

Today, American Antitrust Institute, Food & Water Watch, Iowa Farmers Union, Missouri Rural Crisis Center and National Farmers Union demanded that the U.S. Department of Justice investigate the proposed JBS-Cargill pork packing acquisition. The p... Read More

Zeorian Harvesting, Three Generations of Dedication

For Tracy Zeorian, being a custom harvester is more than a job, it’s a family tradition. The third generation in a family of custom harvesters, Tracy, her husband Jim, and their two youngest of four daughters leave their home in Manley, Neb. and sp... Read More

Officials return full power to Fort Calhoun nuclear plant

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ Officials say the Fort Calhoun nuclear power plant has returned to full power following a shutdown for repairs for a water leak. The Omaha Public Power District says the plant returned to full power Thursday afternoon. It fir... Read More

(Video) Gerry And The Blackshirts Look For Better Results

The last couple of years were not kind for the Nebraska Blackshirt Defense. In 2014, the Huskers gave up 26 points and 383 yards per game.  On top of that were the numerous subpar performances including the humiliating 54-29 loss at  Wisconsin. New... Read More