Nebraska coach Scott Frost keeps a good poker face, but even he had to admit NU's situation at kicker and punter made him smile.
Don't miss the great deals at these yard sales around Scottsbluff.
Read through the obituaries published today in Scottsbluff Star-Herald Online.
The 2022 Old West Balloon Fest returned to entertain crowds on Friday with an early morning mass ascension at the Mitchell Airfield. Dozens of hot air balloons inflated and pilots took flight just feet away from an enthusiastic audience.
Some students had sought to be exempt from the school's COVID-19 vaccine mandate last year, arguing that getting the shots would violate their religious beliefs against abortion.
Island Oasis manager Diane Miller grew up in a swimming pool. The last 30 years, the self-described "pool rat" has worked for Grand Island Parks & Recreation.
Nebraska's scrap metal drive 80 years ago proved so successful that it was replicated across the U.S. The effort energized the homefront during a difficult time, arguably shortening WWII.
"We started texting from there, and a week later we met for the first time in person and went on our first date. And as they say, the rest is history.”
Prosecutors on Friday filed a motion for mistrial over COVID-19 delays that meant the jurors would have been outside of the courtroom and unsequestered for at least six days.
Narcotics task force investigators met with the 30-year-old woman Wednesday at a north Lincoln hotel under the guise of a drug deal, according to police.
Court filings in the case against a Gering man accused of shooting his wife’s boyfriend reveal few details.
The Nebraska State Patrol is leading an investigation into the shooting of a Broadwater man. An arrest has been made in the shooting, according to information released by the patrol.
A federal judge has reinstated a moratorium on coal leasing from federal lands that was imposed under former President Barack Obama and then scuttled under former President Donald Trump. Friday’s ruling from U.S. District Judge Brian Morris requires government officials to complete a new environmental review of the leasing program before they can resume coal sales. It marks a major setback for the already struggling coal industry. Few leases were sold in recent years as coal demand shrank drastically. But coal from existing leases remains a major contributor of planet-warming emissions. The industry’s opponents had urged Morris to revive the moratorium to ensure coal can’t make a comeback as climate change worsens.
York has been awarded $15.6 for Project Access York, an infrastructure proposal to improve pedestrian access and safety throughout the city.
"Without medical evidence, no reasonable jury could conclude that the providers were deliberately indifferent to Doe’s serious medical need," U.S. District Judge Brian C. Buescher wrote.
A federal grant for a bus transfer station will allow city officials to replace the existing site near the Gold's Building downtown with a station with many more amenities.