The Nebraska Hospital Association said the average net operating margin for the state's hospitals declined from 6.6% in 2021 to 1.8% last year, a decline of 72%.
“It would drown out my house, my dad’s house, the neighbor’s house, and take a lot of land out of production,” one area farmer said about the 40-year-old proposed route.
Monte Murkle of Clatonia and his daughter, Holly, attended the Beatrice City Council Meeting Monday evening to promote awareness of World Down Syndrome Awareness Day on March 21.
In a sport he took up just three years ago and began to flourish in three months ago, junior Eli Etherton has already won a national championship.
Nebraska's first on-field workout of the Matt Rhule era included news on position changes and player departures. But mostly, the Huskers were just happy to be playing football again.
Gov. Jim Pillen's spokeswoman described the change as simply a different way of doing business. She said Nebraskans know what Pillen is doing based on press coverage from events.
The Gage County Historical Society and Museum has been selected as a stop for the 2023 Nebraska Passport program.
At the start of his first spring camp, Nebraska football coach Matt Rhule doesn’t know if his team is any good but he does know they’re pretty coachable.
Warming up for the first day of spring in southeast Nebraska, but a cold front arrives Monday evening
Temperatures on the rise, but not for long. A cold front will be bringing them back down for Tuesday. Find out how cool we'll get and what the rain situation is looking like here.
Sandhill crane season begins each year around Feb. 15 and continues through April 15 along the Platte River in central Nebraska. See photos through the years of the annual migration.
The Nebraska Legislature heard arguments Thursday on two proposals that would put abortion rights on the ballot in 2024.
All offenses in addition to $49 court fees.
USA Today named the Omaha Zoo as the nation's best in its annual 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards.
A map released Thursday shows drought improving over the entire state and even ending in some areas, including parts of Southeast Nebraska.
Behind Ryan Kalkbrenner's career-high 31 points, Creighton men's basketball defeated NC State in the first round of the NCAA tournament on Friday.
An adult and two juveniles have been cited for damaging multiple Beatrice parks this week.
The Beatrice First Impression Committee is working to replace the Welcome to Beatrice signs at the highway entrances to the city.
I know a lot of anglers are getting anxious! Ice is slowly coming off area waters and that means spring fishing will follow. As soon as the weather warms up again and stabilizes, it will be bluegill time! Whether you are an experienced angler or new to the sport of fishing, it is tough to be…
Heading into the second half of their session, Nebraska lawmakers named several culture war measures as priorities, guaranteeing plenty of long, emotional debates.
Everyone from Bluejay fans to Creighton's president seems to have an opinion on Baylor Scheierman's headband. Here's what the guard had to say about it.
Beatrice police are investigating after nearly $5,000 of damage was caused to two parks this week.
The Great Plains Welsh Heritage Centre in Wymore recently hosted a community coffee event to discuss an upcoming festival heading to the area.
Gov. Jim Pillen is calling for a $1.25 billion fund to pay for state school aid increases, with the ultimate goal of reducing property taxes.
Sen. Merv Riepe of Ralston said he wanted the Legislature to consider an amendment banning abortion after 12 weeks instead of the 6-week ban proposed by LB626.
Lincoln Elementary students presented a spring music program on Tuesday evening at the Hevelone Center.
Beatrice police arrested a woman for drug possession Wednesday after investigating a car in a Beatrice park after hours.
Lincoln residents 68-year-old Anne Koehler, 12-year-old Nolan Palmer and 40-year-old mother Lindsey Palmer climbed to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro last month.
The Gage County Planning and Zoning Commission approved a set of solar regulations during its meeting Tuesday evening.
The idea was to get game-used footballs from high school football teams and create patches to place on ball caps.
The state auditor is calling for GPS tracking of state vehicles used by a Nebraska DOT employee after the employee logged more than 1,355 hours of overtime in two years.
Answering questions on his call-in radio show, the governor said he believes a proposed consumption tax could "hurt our economy" and expressed his commitment to "save babies" with anti-abortion legislation.
Rocket Fizz, which opened in Lincoln in 2009, plans to close its SouthPointe Pavilions location sometime next month.
Electric violinist Lindsey Stirling will return to Pinewood Bowl on Aug. 21 along with Lincoln native Drew Steen, who plays drums in her band.
Evelina Rylska, a Lincoln Lutheran senior, has started a new life in Nebraska after fleeing war-torn Ukraine. John Kolar, a former soccer coach at the school, made it possible.
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Nebraska will travel to Lawrence, Kansas, to play Kansas at Allen Fieldhouse at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday in the WNIT Super 16.
“We give everybody the respect they're due, but at the end of the day, we think we're just as good as anybody in the country,” Ryan Nembhard said after scoring 30 against Baylor.
Max Verstappen wasn’t keen to praise Red Bull’s second straight 1-2 after he finished behind winner Sergio Perez in Saudi Arabia. Even a bonus point for the fastest lap that kept him in the overall championship lead couldn’t ease Verstappen’s frustration.
CRETE -- The Beatrice boys and girls track teams opened their season at the Doane University Indoor Meet Saturday in Crete.
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Last week, it was announced that Affleck and Matt Damon's production company Artists Equity is making a movie about wrestler Anthony Robles, who was born with one leg, with Lopez to star alongside lead actor Jharrel Jerome.
The 66-year-old sportswoman revealed in an interview with Piers Morgan that she was declared cancer-free last week after undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments following her diagnoses in December.
The Wanted singer passed away on 30 March 2022, at the age of 33, following a two-year battle with stage four glioblastoma, an aggressive and inoperable brain tumor.
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