The Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) has launched a new drone program designed to get roadways cleared faster, while still conducting a thorough crash investigation. The new program includes crash reconstruction investigators throughout the state.
DHHS Public Health Division offers new service
The Nebraska State Patrol is looking for the next class of State Troopers to help patrol The Good Life. Applications are now open for NSP Camp 66.
The Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles is aware of illegitimate text messages targeting Nebraskans purporting to be from a DMV office. These unsolicited messages are scams and are not sent by the Nebraska DMV or county treasurers’ offices.
An American Sign Language version of the Operator’s (Car) License Knowledge Test statewide is now available at the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles.
DMV urges use of online services
Area high school football teams open their seasons Friday night, Aug. 28. Here's a closer look at the teams in Fremont and the surrounding area as well as an overall look at what to expect across the state.
Lee Enterprises, Incorporated, a leading provider of news, information and advertising in 77 markets and the parent company of The Fremont Tribune, announced Tuesday that the company has launched a local business stimulus program aimed at helping local businesses adapt and thrive in a rapidl…
As severe thunderstorms moved into the north side of Omaha, Nebraska, on Aug. 10, high, gusty winds ensued.
While the Fremont 4-H Expo did not take place this summer at Christensen Field, a king and queen were still selected.
With a 5-0 vote, board members signaled to County Health Director Adi Pour that they support her exercising her power to implement a mask mandate to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.
The pilot of a spray plane was pronounced dead at the scene of a crash in a cornfield about seven miles south of Grant.
Lincoln police had two men in custody within hours of a random shooting Thursday afternoon that killed a 69-year-old woman, struck by a single shot fired from a passing car as she rode a city bus.
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WAHOO – A judge denied bond for a man suspected of murdering his fiancé in the small village of Malmo last week.
The Nebraska State Patrol has arrested the fiancé of a woman who authorities believe was killed overnight Tuesday in Malmo.
LINCOLN — Joshua Keadle was sentenced to 71 years to life in prison Wednesday for the murder of a fellow Peru State College student a decade ago.
YORK – For days now, the York County Sheriff’s Department has been working diligently to find a woman officially considered as missing after her car was found abandoned along Interstate 80 near the Bradshaw exit.
Three Rivers Public Health Department (3RPHD) reports total lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases within the district as follows: Dodge County, 401 cases; Saunders County, 31 cases; Washington County, 28 cases.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will continue cabin, lodge and group activity shelter closures at state park and recreation areas through June 15, with a further possible extension, in a proactive effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The Nebraska Sports Council and the Nebraska Medical Association are providing some motivation for Nebraskans to stay active this June with a chance to win a $250 Visa gift card.
The Nebraska Sports Council (NSC) has announced that the Cornhusker State Games (CSG) Torch Run will be conducted virtually from June 1-25 across all counties in Nebraska.
Two Nebraskans with plenty of experience on area school boards are vying for the District 3 seat on the State Board of Education in this year's primary.
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts will answer questions from Nebraskans during a third one-hour NET News town hall meeting about COVID-19 and our state’s response at 8:30 p.m. CT, Thursday, April 9, on NET, Nebraska’s PBS & NPR Stations.
With Financial Literacy Month beginning in April, and with thousands of Nebraska school children away from school due to the COVID-19 virus, Nebraska State Treasurer John Murante on Monday announced a free, innovative and interactive online resource designed to give Nebraska students access …
In a continued, proactive effort to prevent the potential for spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission temporarily will close state park and recreation area playgrounds and play structures beginning Monday, March 30.