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The State of Nebraska will appeal the decision of a Scotts Bluff County judge to give a directed verdict in a case where the defendant allegedly wrote a racial epithet on a classmate's car.
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Roads can be a deadly place for young drivers. In fact, Nebraska teens die in car crashes at three times the rate of adults.
The letter to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was signed this week by 29 of Nebraska's 49 state senators.
A majority of Nebraska's state lawmakers have signed a letter in support of the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
John Ridley and Spike Jonze may have gone home with the Academy Awards' two honors for screenwriting during Sunday night's Oscars, but, next year, it might be Jodi Clay's name that gets called.
Three Nebraska companies, including one located in Hastings and another in Lexington, have received federal funds to support production of advanced biofuels.
More than 37,000 names have been added to Nebraska's unclaimed property list for 2013.
Gov. Dave Heineman and Attorney General Jon Bruning announced on Wednesday that Nebraska has joined a lawsuit challenging egg production standards in California, which they view as anti-agriculture.
Committee members this year have voted in favor of proposed changes to include additional money for Nebraska's property tax credit program, state parks maintenance, water projects and upgrades to the State Capitol.
The U.S. Attorney's Office for Nebraska says Amen Sheridan and Julia Whiteskunk, both of Walthill, were indicted in February on two federal counts each.
After more than a two-week investigation, investigators with the Nebraska Attorney General's Office have nabbed a Scottsbluff man accused of sharing child pornography videos online.
Lincoln Public School students are learning school bus safety tips. Drivers go over the locations of the first aid kit, fire extinguisher and emergency exits.
There are two district seats on the Nebraska Soybean Board eligible for election this year.
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More charges have been filed against a 70-year-old Nebraska Panhandle woman accused of embezzling thousands of dollars from state wards.
The family of Michaela Wells is asking for help. Her mother said Michaela took the trash out Sunday and never came back inside.