The Columbus Discoverer football team is looking for a bounce back season in 2019 after a tough end to last year's campaign.
A month ago Sarpy County investigators were asking two questions.Who provided the alcohol tied to a crash that killed four teen-age girls and where did the alcohol come from?
Reconstruction of the traffic signals in downtown Columbus is scheduled to begin this week.
A man who was involved in a standoff at a Columbus home this past December will serve 4-6 years in jail.
The Boone Central School District will be officially centrally located in Albion beginning in 2021.
The Summit Calf Ranch hosted dozens on a tour outside of Rising City over the weekend.
A new state tax law, aimed at protecting taxpayers, finds local governments having a "hard time adjusting," according to the lawmaker behind the law.
One of the most popular events of Columbus Days is now available to watch whenever you want!
Even though the 2019 Columbus Days festivities are over, you can relive the fun anytime you want!
Someone in Schuyler is a lucky winner following last night's Powerball drawing.
Residents from in and around Albion got to spend a day in the sun while chowing down on some barbeque Saturday.
A Columbus family who went on the trip of a lifetime are now paying it forward.
The Columbus Police Department is asking residents for help in an ongoing theft investigation.
Check out the 2019 United Way Lazy River Duck Run above, and find out who won this year's big prizes!
The National Weather Service is predicting that some areas of the state could see severe storms later on tonight.
Columbus Community Hospital is dedicating itself to keeping athletes safe this fall.
A recent survey of rural Nebraskans finds one of the country's most divisive issues revealing a variety of mixed views.