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Larry The Cable Guy enters bull in Lincoln PBR event
Larry The Cable Guy enters bull in Lincoln PBR event

Nebraska's own Larry The Cable Guy is getting involved in Lincoln's Professional Bull Riding event this weekend. 

OJ Simpson, fallen football hero acquitted of murder in ‘trial of the century,’ dies at 76

OJ Simpson, fallen football hero acquitted of murder in ‘trial of the century,’ dies at 76

O.J. Simpson, the decorated football superstar and Hollywood actor who was acquitted of charges he killed his former wife and her friend but later found liable in a separate civil trial, has died.

Lindsay Dixon resigns from NPS Board of Education

Lindsay Dixon resigns from NPS Board of Education

Board member Lindsay Dixon has submitted her resignation from the NPS Board of Education.

Panthers jump to best start since '06, familial bond between players

Panthers jump to best start since '06, familial bond between players

The Norfolk Panthers are off to their best start since 2006 under Head Coach Joe Myers.

City of Norfolk seeking volunteers for 7th annual 'Clean the Fork' Day

City of Norfolk seeking volunteers for 7th annual 'Clean the Fork' Day

The city of Norfolk is asking for volunteers to help clean up the community on Saturday, April 20.

Zoning change approved for Farmer's Pride fuel station

Zoning change approved for Farmer's Pride fuel station

A zoning change to allow a fuel station to advertise it's prices was approved Tuesday morning.

Partial street closure coming on S 4th Street in Norfolk

Partial street closure coming on S 4th Street in Norfolk

A portion of S 4th St. will be closed next week for a sanitary sewer installation.

Human Library tackles difficult subjects, teaches new perspectives

Human Library tackles difficult subjects, teaches new perspectives

Most people have been to a library before but rarely do they get a chance where the people become the book.

How likely are Earthquakes in Nebraska? Thoughts from an expert.

How likely are Earthquakes in Nebraska? Thoughts from an expert.

Learn about the how, when, and where of earthquakes in the Cornhusker state.

Iowa man cited following single vehicle crash

Iowa man cited following single vehicle crash

An Iowa man was cited on drug charges after being involved in a single vehicle car crash.

NPS approved $6.68 million middle school addition

NPS approved $6.68 million middle school addition

NPS has approved a project to bring a new addition to it's middle school building.

One dead following shooting in Schuyler late Sunday night

One dead following shooting in Schuyler late Sunday night

Schuyler Police have confirmed that one person is dead following a shooting that took place in Schuyler late Sunday night. 

Game and Parks talks turkey numbers, regulations as 2024 season is underway

Game and Parks talks turkey numbers, regulations as 2024 season is underway

In 2023, Game and Parks dropped nonresident turkey permits to 10,000.

Senator Robert Dover advocates for families amidst healthcare challenges, seeks additional term

Senator Robert Dover advocates for families amidst healthcare challenges, seeks additional term

Election year is upon the state of Nebraska as many officials both within and outside of the state will be elected to hold political office.

City of Norfolk receives $1.125 million grant to enhance downtown

City of Norfolk receives $1.125 million grant to enhance downtown

The city of Norfolk has received a $1.125 million grant from the Civic and Community Center Financing Fund (CCCF) to enhance Norfolk's downtown and riverfront areas. 

City of Norfolk talks tax increment financing

City of Norfolk talks tax increment financing

With TIF continuing to be talked about in Norfolk NCN talked with city officials about what it is and why it's used.

35th early childhood conference hosted in Norfolk

35th early childhood conference hosted in Norfolk

With a shortage across Nebraska in the early childhood field, officials with the childcare conference in Norfolk looked to strengthen relationships with peers in the field.

Late chance by Navigators denied by Libengood, Panthers hold on for win

Late chance by Navigators denied by Libengood, Panthers hold on for win

On senior night for the Panthers, Norfolk boys soccer held on in a win for their best start since 2006 with a 3-2 win over Lincoln North Star.

Melissa Temple hopes to ‘be a bridge builder’ for District 19

Melissa Temple hopes to ‘be a bridge builder’ for District 19

Election year is upon the state of Nebraska as many officials in and outside of the state will be elected to hold political office.

Nebraska to see partial solar eclipse statewide on April 8

Nebraska to see partial solar eclipse statewide on April 8

On Monday, April 8, the United States is set to see the first total solar eclipse since 2017. The path of totality doesn't run through Nebraska, but a partial eclipse will still be visible across the entire state.

Nucor, Briggs and Barrett partnership springs up after infant death

Nucor, Briggs and Barrett partnership springs up after infant death

On the morning of Jan. 30, Lacey and Wyatt Schuettler received news no parent ever wants to hear.

NCN collaborating with The 1890 Initiative for support of Husker athletes with Big Red Rally

NCN collaborating with The 1890 Initiative for support of Husker athletes with Big Red Rally

In an Only in Nebraska collaboration, News Channel Nebraska and The 1890 Initiative, LLC (“1890”), are proud to announce the Big Red Rally.

Nebraska Gov. Jim Pillen’s office, livestock groups crafted bill easing ag permitting process, emails show

Nebraska Gov. Jim Pillen’s office, livestock groups crafted bill easing ag permitting process, emails show

At a February legislative hearing, a seemingly mundane bill reforming county zoning procedures drew testimony from a big name: Gov. Jim Pillen. 

Tominaga shines, wins 2024 college three-point contest

Tominaga shines, wins 2024 college three-point contest

In case you didn't know, Keisei Tominaga can shoot the three

State treasurer adamant on necessity of tax reform

State treasurer adamant on necessity of tax reform

Property taxes are a focal point in the legislature and one of the architects of tax reform now watches from the sidelines.

NSAA approves shot clock for all classes, adds Class B for girls wrestling

NSAA approves shot clock for all classes, adds Class B for girls wrestling

The NSAA approved major changes to its administration and some of its premier sports at its April meeting on Thursday.

BREAKING: Hoiberg Earns National Coach-of-the-Year Honor

BREAKING: Hoiberg Earns National Coach-of-the-Year Honor

The 2024 Jim Phelan National Coach-of-the-Year is Nebraska Head Coach Fred Hoiberg. 

NSAA appoints Jennifer Schwartz as Executive Director

NSAA appoints Jennifer Schwartz as Executive Director

The NSAA has a new Executive Director. 

NECC breaks ground on new makerspace building

NECC breaks ground on new makerspace building

NECC broke ground on the iHub building, which looks to be a creative outlet for entrepreneurs and creative thinkers in the area.

Nebraska 8-Man All-Star Game rosters announced

Nebraska 8-Man All-Star Game rosters announced

The rosters are set for the 2024 Sertoma 8-Man All-Star Game.

Train collides with two vehicles following car accident

Train collides with two vehicles following car accident

A train and two vehicles collided Thursday blocking traffic in Norfolk early Thursday morning.

Nine-year-old girl accurately predicts March Madness Final Four

Nine-year-old girl accurately predicts March Madness Final Four

According to her father, Ani Olsufka's success was not due to an in-depth knowledge of college basketball but rather to random picks.

Photo ID now required to vote in Nebraska: What you need to know

Photo ID now required to vote in Nebraska: What you need to know

2024 Primary Elections are less than 40 days away, and photo IDs are now required to vote in Nebraska. Here's what you need to know before you head to the polls next month.

McDonnell switch puts NE electoral vote in play

McDonnell switch puts NE electoral vote in play

By almost all accounts this year’s race for the White House is going to be close, and now one Nebraska vote is being closely watched, it’s one of Nebraska’s five electoral votes.

Seasonal allergies arrive early, wreak havoc on sinuses

Seasonal allergies arrive early, wreak havoc on sinuses

The pollen season has started early this year according to experts and, as the spring season blossoms, so do the sneezes and symptoms.

Legislative committee reprimands Nebraska senator for workplace harassment violations

Legislative committee reprimands Nebraska senator for workplace harassment violations

The Legislature’s top legislative leaders opted Wednesday to formally reprimand a Nebraska senator after he inserted colleagues’ names into the reading of an explicit rape scene two weeks ago.

Norfolk Fire gives annual report for 2023

Norfolk Fire gives annual report for 2023

The Norfolk Fire Division had number breaking calls in 2023 and expects 2024 to be even more busy.

Two arrested on outstanding warrants Tuesday night

Two arrested on outstanding warrants Tuesday night

The Stanton County Sheriffs Office said two people were arrested Tuesday for physically resisting arrest and on outstanding warrants.

Province's first career goal pushes #9 Kearney past Norfolk in defensive thriller

Province's first career goal pushes #9 Kearney past Norfolk in defensive thriller

NORFOLK - The Kearney Bearcats have won its eighth game on the year and third straight after leaving Norfolk with a 1-0 win on Tuesday night

Building in Pierce complete loss after late Monday fire

Building in Pierce complete loss after late Monday fire

A building that houses three business and an apartment in Pierce suffered major damages after a fire.

Extremely blighted determination approved for 105 E Norfolk Ave.

Extremely blighted determination approved for 105 E Norfolk Ave.

An extremely blighted determination for 105 E Norfolk Ave. was approved Monday which furthers the possibility of a new housing development in the area.

Two teens injured in Highway 81 crash

Two teens injured in Highway 81 crash

Two teens were injured Monday morning on Highway 81 after weather conditions caused a vehicle to lose control.

Husker baseball cracks D1Baseball Top 25 for first time since 2021

Husker baseball cracks D1Baseball Top 25 for first time since 2021

For the first time in three years, Husker baseball is in the Top 25. 

Norfolk man arrested following traffic stop, discovery of drugs

Norfolk man arrested following traffic stop, discovery of drugs

A Norfolk man was arrested Easter weekend following a traffic stop.

Vilims strong as Northeast drops rubber match to #9 Kirkwood

Vilims strong as Northeast drops rubber match to #9 Kirkwood

The Northeast Community College baseball team was back at home Saturday for the finale of their series with Kirkwood. The Hawks fell in the showdown by a final score of 8-4 in what marks their first conference-series loss of the season.

Keisei Tominaga set to participate in College 3-Point Championship

Keisei Tominaga set to participate in College 3-Point Championship

Nebraska’s Keisei Tominaga has been selected to the Hanes Men’s 3-Point Championship roster.

EPIC 'respectfully declining' to answer petition drive questions

EPIC 'respectfully declining' to answer petition drive questions

According to state campaign finance reports, at the end of February the EPIC folks had raised $150, 209.

Backers of medical marijuana hoping third time is the charm

Backers of medical marijuana hoping third time is the charm

They need roughly 87,000 valid signatures by early July to make the November ballot.

Reports: Nebraska selects Washington’s Dannen as new athletic director

Reports: Nebraska selects Washington’s Dannen as new athletic director

The University of Nebraska is moving forward quickly in selecting its new athletic director.

Flood kickoffs campaign, emphasizes border security and affordable housing

Flood kickoffs campaign, emphasizes border security and affordable housing

As the May primaries near, current District 1 Rep. Mike Flood kicked off his campaign in Lincoln with a focus on both the national and local scale.

Kabourek ‘disappointed’ in Alberts departure, will name an interim AD ‘very soon’

Kabourek ‘disappointed’ in Alberts departure, will name an interim AD ‘very soon’

Leadership at the University of Nebraska plans to name an interim athletic director “very soon” and will quickly begin a national search to fill the post.

News Channel Nebraska extends TV partnership with Supernovas, televising two matches this week

News Channel Nebraska extends TV partnership with Supernovas, televising two matches this week

OMAHA, Neb. — News Channel Nebraska will be televising a majority of the Omaha Supernovas' remaining home games to round out the Pro Volleyball Federation's inaugural season.

GACC stuns top-seeded North Platte St Patrick's at the buzzer in State Tournament

GACC stuns top-seeded North Platte St Patrick's at the buzzer in State Tournament

The Bluejays drew up the perfect play to Myles Dinslage on the low post that set up a game-winning shot to knock of the top seeded Irish

S-E-M knocks off Walthill 70-49 on the way to D-2 semis

S-E-M knocks off Walthill 70-49 on the way to D-2 semis

The Sumner-Eddyville-Miller boys basketball team overcame a slow start to take down Walthill 70-49 in the state quarterfinals.

Lincoln Lutheran eliminates Cedar Catholic in C2

Lincoln Lutheran eliminates Cedar Catholic in C2

The Warriors beat the Trojans 67-50

Norfolk Catholic dominates, advances to C2 semis

Norfolk Catholic dominates, advances to C2 semis

The Knights upended 2-seed Ponca 62-23

More history is made at State Finals with Overton Class D2 title

More history is made at State Finals with Overton Class D2 title

Overton joins the list of new state champions as it defeats Wynot 44-40 in the Class D2 State Championship Saturday night. 

Millard West wins first Class A state title over Bellevue West in nail biter

Millard West wins first Class A state title over Bellevue West in nail biter

Millard West took down Bellevue West 58-55 Saturday to win its first Class A state title in school history.

Pender uses smothering defense to win Class D1 Girls State Championship

Pender uses smothering defense to win Class D1 Girls State Championship

The Pender Pendragons defense held the Southern Valley Eagles to a season-low 25 points, and got a 16-point performance from Maya Dolliver to win their second consecutive State Championship Title.

Historic season for Southern Valley rolls into the semis

Historic season for Southern Valley rolls into the semis

The Eagles took down EPPJ 50-39

Wynot beats Plainview 46-31 behind Oligmueller’s 19 points

Wynot beats Plainview 46-31 behind Oligmueller’s 19 points

Kenna Oligmueller scored 19 points and Wynot knocked off Plainview 46-31 in the Class D-2 quarterfinals.

Sacred Heart advances to D2 semis with 30-21 victory over St. Francis

Sacred Heart advances to D2 semis with 30-21 victory over St. Francis

LINCOLN, Neb. — The Falls City Sacred Heart girls are back in the state semis for the 12th year in a row.

Crofton survives upset bid in C2 quarters

Crofton survives upset bid in C2 quarters

The Warriors outlasted Clarkson/Leigh 38-32

Yutan shuts down Niobrara/Verdigre 60-28 to advance to semis, Miller hits 2000 career points in defeat

Yutan shuts down Niobrara/Verdigre 60-28 to advance to semis, Miller hits 2000 career points in defeat

LINCOLN, Neb. — Yutan's stifling defense has the Chieftains heading to the Class C2 semifinals.

Boone Central and Battle Creek to face off in C1-8 Sub-District Final

Boone Central and Battle Creek to face off in C1-8 Sub-District Final

First overall seed Boone Central survived a battle with fourth seeded Ord, while second seeded O'Neill and third seeded Battle Creek traded punches back in forth until the Braves landed the final blow