The fall rematch of this summer’s special election for Congress between U.S. Republican Rep. Mike Flood of Norfolk and State Sen. Patty Pansing Brooks of Lincoln, a Democrat, will heat up next week. Flood and Pansing Brooks will debate Sunday for the first time in their general election race, at 5 p.m. on Omaha’s KETV.
Ending cancer as we know it. President Biden will give a speech Monday in Boston on his plan to find a cure for the disease. What the White House says we can expect to hear about the president’s ‘Cancer Moonshot.’
Conspiracies about rigged elections are now believed by millions of people in the United States, and conferences being held across the country that feature prominent figures pushing such theories are one reason why.
North Platte Mayor Brandon Kelliher swears in new councilman Brian Flanders during a special session Tuesday. The council also vote to place the Rec Center's half cent sales tax on the November ballot.
More than 20 Republican attorneys general have filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration over a Department of Agriculture school meal program that prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Raise the Wage Nebraska, Nebraskans for Medical Marijuana and Citizens for Voter ID were all out Thursday to spread the word and collect last minute signatures. All three groups believe they collected enough signatures to qualify for the November general election.
The U.S. Attorneys Office is asking a judge to sentence former Congressman Jeff Fortenberry to six months in prison for lying to the FBI about illegal campaign contributions, while Fortenberry’s team is asking for no prison time at all.
Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson has joined a legal push urging the U.S. Supreme Court to back the First Amendment rights of business owners who wish to refuse services to customers that contradict their religious beliefs.