Columbus Area Children's Museum opens its doors to the public
Columbus Area Children's Museum opens its doors to the public

After beginning plans in 2020, the Columbus Children’s Museum opened its doors to an audience they hope to see throughout the upcoming months and years…over 100 children from the community.

 
        
 
Blizzard frequency in the U.S. may decrease in the future

Blizzard frequency in the U.S. may decrease in the future

A unique study from The University of Nebraska- Lincoln Assistant Professor Liang Chen predicts fewer blizzards throughout the U.S. using identical models used by the intergovernmental panel on climate change.

Former Husker basketball player suing university over relationship with ex-assistant

Former Husker basketball player suing university over relationship with ex-assistant

Two years after being removed from the team, a former Husker women's basketball player has filed a lawsuit against the University of Nebraska. 

Full tuition waivers proposed for Nebraska student teachers

Full tuition waivers proposed for Nebraska student teachers

Nebraska student teachers could receive 100% tuition waivers beginning in 2025 through a legislative proposal under consideration this session.

Public safety, economic opportunity and China: Renewable energy debate runs hot in Nebraska

Public safety, economic opportunity and China: Renewable energy debate runs hot in Nebraska

It’s a high-stakes fight, with property rights, the character and economic well-being of rural Nebraska and health of the planet all at play. 

Nebraska confines some sex offenders years after their prison sentence

Nebraska confines some sex offenders years after their prison sentence

Nebraska confines some sex offenders for years and even decades after they have been released from prison for their crimes.

Four of Nebraska’s largest school districts use debt collectors to go after unpaid lunch tabs

Four of Nebraska’s largest school districts use debt collectors to go after unpaid lunch tabs

Four large school districts in Nebraska -- Lincoln, Kearney, Columbus and Scottsbluff -- are sending private debt collectors after parents over unpaid student lunch bills.

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Columbus Area Children's Museum opens its doors to the public

Rep. Flood announces law enforcement recruiting effort: 'Nebraska Backs the Blue'

NSP releases additional information on officer-involved shooting in Columbus

NSP investigating Columbus Police Department officer-involved shooting

Columbus Community Hospital hosts ag safety conference

Pillen, University officials announce new scholarship for high achieving Nebraska high school students

Nebraska lawmakers fail to end filibuster on bill requiring two-person train crews

Space heater deemed cause of overnight structure fire in Columbus

Lincoln Lutheran ends sub district run with upset win over Freeman

Potter-Dix heads to their 4th straight District Final

Thursday's local scoreboard, Feb. 22

Adams Central and Doniphan-Trumbull Boys set to meet in C1-9 Subdistrict Championship

Johnson-Brock girls advance in districts

Fremont-Mills GBB Team Suffers Lone Loss of the Season to Martensdale-St. Mary's

Chadron State concludes home schedule this weekend

Wednesday's local scoreboard, Feb. 21

EPA approves year-round sales of higher ethanol blend in 8 Midwest states

U.S. casinos won $66.5B in 2023, their best year ever as gamblers showed no economic fear

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Nebraska lawmaker seeks to ban corporations from buying up single-family homes

Nebraska Republican gives top priority to bill allowing abortions in cases of fatal fetal anomalies

Nebraska GOP bills target college professor tenure and diversity, equity and inclusion

Plush wars? Squishmallows toy maker and Build-A-Bear sue each other over 'copycat' accusations

Nebraska governor reverses course and says state will take federal funding to feed children