A Nebraska state senator compared American police to Islamic terrorists and suggested he'd shoot a cop if only he had a weapon.
The University of Nebraska has been dinged by the state auditor for allowing employees to spend nearly $96,000 on 20 first-class flights around the world, book $300-a-night oceanfront resort rooms...
A state audit found Nebraska left $56 million in federal welfare funds on the table in the past four years, and instead tapped more state funds to help low-income residents.
Allan Douglas has been selling insurance since the 1980s, and as the owner of an independent insurance agency in Omaha he had a front row view of the rollout of the Affordable Care Act.
Incumbent Democrat Burke Harr is spending twice as much as his GOP challenger Gwenn Aspen, as both cash out in order to cash in at the polls on Election Day.
Democrats are accusing Republicans of “race-baiting” for running an ad in a Nebraska House race that highlights the case of a black convict who murdered four people within weeks of being released...
An American journalist who contracted Ebola while working in Liberia is undergoing preliminary testing and evaluation at Nebraska Medical Center after landing in the U.S. Monday morning.
The Nebraska Medical Center is expected to receive its second Ebola patient Monday, believed to be the NBC freelancer who contracted the disease while working in Liberia.
If you go to a hearing on a high-profile bill at the Nebraska Legislature, you might see a TV reporter here, a newspaper reporter there and a reporter who’s being paid by the Legislature itself.