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Digital Citizenship and Safety Presentation

Digital Citizenship and Safety Presentation

Norfolk Public Schools will be teaching students and the public about how to be safe online in a presentation on Tuesday.

Broken Bow swears in new Mayor

Broken Bow swears in new Mayor

Rod Sonnichsen was sworn in as the new Broken Bow Mayor during a ceremony on Friday afternoon at the Broken Bow Municipal Building.

Nebraska Democrats Gather for State Committee

Nebraska Democrats Gather for State Committee

Nebraska Democrats gathered in Norfolk on Friday to discuss the state of the party.

Black Hawk Demonstration Held in Norfolk

Black Hawk Demonstration Held in Norfolk

Northeast Nebraska first responders got a chance to learn more about something they don’t normally see.

Heritage of Bel-Air in Norfolk Gets National Recognition

Heritage of Bel-Air in Norfolk Gets National Recognition

Heritage of Bel-Air in Norfolk was recognized by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living for its quality care.

Multi-Vehicle Accident Slows Traffic

Multi-Vehicle Accident Slows Traffic

A multi-vehicle accident in Norfolk is slowing traffic for the evening commute.

Dr. Jami Jo Thompson will stay with NPS

Dr. Jami Jo Thompson will stay with NPS

Dr. Jami Jo Thompson announces she will be staying with Norfolk Public Schools.

Former Johnson Trucking Employee Charged with Theft of More than $6,000

Former Johnson Trucking Employee Charged with Theft of More than $6,000

A former employee of Johnson Trucking is facing charges of felony theft of property valued at more than $5,000, a class IIA felony.

Missing Stanton Boy Found Safe

Missing Stanton Boy Found Safe

The Stanton County Sheriff's Office says a missing Stanton boy has been found safe.

Jury finds priest NOT guilty in Ord sexual assault trial

Jury finds priest NOT guilty in Ord sexual assault trial

The jury in Valley County District Court has found Fr. John Kakkuzhiyil not guilty of charges that he sexually assaulted a woman at this home in November, 2018.

Norfolk Fire Crews Respond to Chimney Fire

Norfolk Fire Crews Respond to Chimney Fire

Norfolk Fire and Rescue crews responded to a chimney fire in Norfolk Thursday night.

Motion for Venue Change Denied in Trial for Jon Berghorst

Motion for Venue Change Denied in Trial for Jon Berghorst

A motion to change venue for the trial of Broken Bow Mayor Jonathon Berghorst has been denied in Custer County Court.

Man gets 300-day sentence for crash death of passenger

Man gets 300-day sentence for crash death of passenger

A Columbus man has been sentenced to 300 days behind bars for the death of his passenger after the vehicle they were in crashed.

Man gets 300-day sentence for crash death of passenger

Man gets 300-day sentence for crash death of passenger

A Columbus man has been sentenced to 300 days behind bars for the death of his passenger after the vehicle they were in crashed.

Recall Election Ballot Deadline January 14

Recall Election Ballot Deadline January 14

The recall election ballots for Broken Bow Mayor Jonathon Berghorst have been sent out to the registered voters in Broken Bow.

Testimony underway in former Ord priest trial

Testimony underway in former Ord priest trial

The trial for a priest accused of sexually assaulting an Ord woman last year is underway.

Reward Offered In Search For Missing Teenager

Reward Offered In Search For Missing Teenager

A monetary reward is being offered in the search of an Emerson teenager.

Dolliver Resigns As JH Principal, AD At Wayne Community Schools

Dolliver Resigns As JH Principal, AD At Wayne Community Schools

Wayne Community Schools junior high principal and athletic director, Dennis Dolliver has submitted his resignation.

Authorities Searching for Missing Emerson Teen

Authorities Searching for Missing Emerson Teen

Emerson Police officials say that Kylie Vraspir was reported missing from Emerson around 3:30 a.m. on Tuesday December 31st.

Wayne County Sheriff's Office Searching for Missing Juvenile

Wayne County Sheriff's Office Searching for Missing Juvenile

The Wayne County Sheriff's Office is searching for 17-year-old Jazper Bare; last seen in the Hoskins area around 3:30 Tuesday morning.

Fish salvage underway at Hackberry Lake near Valentine

Fish salvage underway at Hackberry Lake near Valentine

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has declared a fish salvage for Hackberry Lake on the Valentine National Wildlife Refuge south of Valentine.

Snow Emergency Declared In Broken Bow

Snow Emergency Declared In Broken Bow

The City of Broken Bow declared a snow emergency that will remain in effect until 5 pm today.

Nebraska town’s grim choice: can it pick up and move?

Nebraska town’s grim choice: can it pick up and move?

Following devastating floods last March, the tiny eastern Nebraska town of Winslow is debating whether to move 100 feet higher to a nearby hilltop or face being washed away in future floods.

Crews Respond to Two-Vehicle Accident Involving Rollover

Crews Respond to Two-Vehicle Accident Involving Rollover

Fire and rescue crews responded to a one-vehicle rollover in Norfolk Thursday afternoon.

Prison's Christmas Eve Visits Canceled Due To Flu Outbreak

Prison's Christmas Eve Visits Canceled Due To Flu Outbreak

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Nebraska prison officials have canceled Christmas Eve visits to the Nebraska State Penitentiary.

For Some, Christmas Isn't Always 'Merry'

For Some, Christmas Isn't Always 'Merry'

For most people, the holidays are one of the most joyful times of the year, but it isn't that way for everyone.

Two Dead in Polk County Accident

Two Dead in Polk County Accident

Authorities say two people have died in a car accident in Polk County on Wednesday.

Arbor View Redevelopment Advances in City Council

Arbor View Redevelopment Advances in City Council

The Norfolk City Council advanced a resolution Monday night that would lay out a plan for a new housing development.

Section of Cowboy Trail closed east of Valentine

Section of Cowboy Trail closed east of Valentine

A Nebraska trail which was damaged by the March flooding has had a section closed due to safety concerns.

Winter Weather Advisory in Effect for Sunday and Monday

Winter Weather Advisory in Effect for Sunday and Monday

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for a number of counties in central and far southeast Nebraska.

Northern Ponca Housing Authority Gets $5 Million For Development

Northern Ponca Housing Authority Gets $5 Million For Development

Millions of dollars of federal funding has been awarded to build housing for a Nebraska Native American Housing Authority.

Accident near Richland kills one

Accident near Richland kills one

A Schuyler man is dead after a pickup crashed into a semi Thursday morning in eastern Nebraska's Colfax County.

Two-Vehicle Accident at 25th Street and Highway 275

Two-Vehicle Accident at 25th Street and Highway 275

At least one person is injured after a car accident in Norfolk on Wednesday afternoon.

House of Representatives candidate talks with NCN about 2020 race

House of Representatives candidate talks with NCN about 2020 race

Some of the topics include Articles of Impeachment, Nebraska's needs, and her race against Congressman Jeff Fortenberry in Nebraska's District 1.

Norfolk Prepares For One-Act Championship

Norfolk Prepares For One-Act Championship

The City of Norfolk is preparing for the one-act play production championships.

Columbus Art Gallery's Christmas Market Displaying Local Artists

Columbus Art Gallery's Christmas Market Displaying Local Artists

The Columbus Art Gallery is ringing in the holidays with its annual Christmas Market.

CCH Considering Bringing A Field House To Columbus

CCH Considering Bringing A Field House To Columbus

As Columbus Community Hospital looks towards the future, a multipurpose field house may be on the horizon.

Northeast Nebraska Families Attend 'Ties and Tiaras' Dance in Norfolk

Northeast Nebraska Families Attend 'Ties and Tiaras' Dance in Norfolk

Families from all over northeast Nebraska came to Norfolk over the weekend for the third annual Ties and Tiaras Dance held by Faith Regional Health Services.

Stanton Woman Arrested on Second Drug Charge

Stanton Woman Arrested on Second Drug Charge

A Stanton woman is in jail after police found her with methamphetamine, just one week after she plead guilty to previous felony drug charges.

UPDATE: Authorities Identify Man Arrested After Multi-County Pursuit

UPDATE: Authorities Identify Man Arrested After Multi-County Pursuit

Authorities have identified the man arrested Thursday afternoon after a multi-county pursuit.

Multi-County Pursuit Ends in Arrest

Multi-County Pursuit Ends in Arrest

Authorities in Northeast Nebraska have arrested a man who was involved in a multi-county pursuit on Thursday.

No serious injuries after chain reaction crashes near Columbus

No serious injuries after chain reaction crashes near Columbus

Four drivers are fortunate to have avoided major injuries after a series of chain-reaction crashes near Columbus on Wednesday.

Norfolk Police Officers Sworn In

Norfolk Police Officers Sworn In

Two of the newest Norfolk Police Officers took the Oath of Office Wednesday night as they prepare to serve the community.

New Humphrey Veterans Memorial Nearing Completion

New Humphrey Veterans Memorial Nearing Completion

After years of planning, a new veterans memorial park in Humphrey is nearly a reality.

Columbus Police asking for help identifying possible suspect

Columbus Police asking for help identifying possible suspect

Columbus Police are asking for the public's help identifying a possible suspect in a recent hit-and-run.

Town hall opens discussion for developing northeast Nebraska

Town hall opens discussion for developing northeast Nebraska

Business leaders and community members from all across northeast Nebraska met in Norfolk Monday night for a town hall to discuss economic development and population growth in the region.

Park Improvements In Columbus Have Taken Shape

Park Improvements In Columbus Have Taken Shape

While not many are utilizing them during the cold winter months, two different park improvements in Columbus have finally taken shape.

The Briggs and Barrett Project Surprises Expecting Mother

The Briggs and Barrett Project Surprises Expecting Mother

A local non-profit surprised an expecting mother with thousands of dollars worth of baby supplies.

Ringleader and Wife Sentenced in O’Neill Harboring Case

Ringleader and Wife Sentenced in O’Neill Harboring Case

Two people have been sentenced for their roles in a conspiracy to harbor undocumented workers across North Central Nebraska.

Sentencing set for Columbus driver in crash death of passenger

Sentencing set for Columbus driver in crash death of passenger

A Columbus man is scheduled to be sentenced in January for the death of his passenger after the vehicle they were in crashed.

O'Neill Braces For More Snow

O'Neill Braces For More Snow

NCN reporter Elic Chisam brings us the latest from Holt County with a live report from O'Neill

Bad Weather Picks Up In Northeast Nebraska

Bad Weather Picks Up In Northeast Nebraska

The snow is continuing to fall in Norfolk as much of the state is still under a Winter Storm Warning. Chris Williams has more from downtown Norfolk where the white stuff is piling up.

City officials in Columbus preparing for a long night of snowfall

City officials in Columbus preparing for a long night of snowfall

Residents in eastern Nebraska might be wondering what all the fuss is about.

Multi vehicle accident on Hwy 15

Multi vehicle accident on Hwy 15

Authorities say one person was hospitalized after a tractor accident in rural Colfax County Monday night.

Northeast Nebraska Families Celebrate National Adoption Day

Northeast Nebraska Families Celebrate National Adoption Day

Dozens of families gathered at the Norfolk YMCA on Saturday to celebrate National Adoption Day.

Crews Fight Stanton Garage Fire

Crews Fight Stanton Garage Fire

Fire and rescue crews fought a garage fire in Stanton Friday morning.

Winningest football coach in Wayne State history retires

Winningest football coach in Wayne State history retires

Wayne State's head football coach, Dan McLaughlin announced his retirement Thursday afternoon.

2019 Nebraska Coaches Association Sportsmanship Summit Arrives in Norfolk

2019 Nebraska Coaches Association Sportsmanship Summit Arrives in Norfolk

Students and coaches gathered at Norfolk High School Thursday to learn about sportsmanship and leadership in school activities.

Downtown Broken Bow Accident Between School Bus And Semi Result In No Injuries

Downtown Broken Bow Accident Between School Bus And Semi Result In No Injuries

An accident between a Broken Bow School Bus and a semi hauling an empty cattle trailer, resulted in no injuries.

Columbus YMCA Giving Back This Holiday Season

Columbus YMCA Giving Back This Holiday Season

The Columbus Family YMCA is looking to gave back to the community this holiday season.

Columbus Unified Bowling Prepares For First Meet

Columbus Unified Bowling Prepares For First Meet

A brand new Columbus High School team is preparing for its first meet this week.

Lincoln Elementary School Celebrates 2019 Blue Ribbon Award

Lincoln Elementary School Celebrates 2019 Blue Ribbon Award

Lincoln Montessori Elementary School in Norfolk is being been honored as a 2019 National Blue Ribbon School. 

CSC Graduate Named Neb Teacher Of The Year

CSC Graduate Named Neb Teacher Of The Year

Burwell English teacher and head volleyball coach Megan McNeil Helberg is the Nebraska Dept of Education's 2019-20 Teacher of the Year.

NDOT Announces the Opening of Highways in Cherry County

NDOT Announces the Opening of Highways in Cherry County

The Nebraska Department of Transportation has announced the return of normal two-way traffic to Highway 83 between Thedford and Valentine.

November firearm season for deer opens in Nebraska this weekend

November firearm season for deer opens in Nebraska this weekend

The November firearm season for deer in Nebraska starts Nov. 16 and runs through Nov. 24.

Night To Shine Returning To Columbus, Donations Now Being Accepted

Night To Shine Returning To Columbus, Donations Now Being Accepted

One of Columbus' most uplifting events of 2019 will be returning in 2020, and donations are now being accepted to help put it together.