A day after Memorial Day, four young combat veterans stood one at a time at the front of the law school auditorium for what might otherwise seem a mundane court procedure.
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The afternoon of the 2015 Mother's Day riot, Crystal Rempel, the yard supervisor at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution, remembered calling over her radio for additional staff.
Nebraska’s Supreme Court has affirmed the dismissal of a lawsuit filed on behalf of eight men on death row challenging the referendum where voters chose to keep the ultimate penalty after lawmakers struck it down.
Experts asked to look into the causes of a destructive and deadly Mother's Day riot in 2015 concluded conditions at the Tecumseh prison left it primed for a rebellion, according to a previously unreleased report.
The civil trial over a former Tecumseh prison inmate’s lawsuit against the state over the 2015 Mother’s Day riot ended in a mistrial Wednesday morning, after the judge hearing the case recused himself.
John Wizinsky told a Lincoln judge that a night hasn't gone by since the 2015 Mother's Day prison riot in Tecumseh that he hasn't had bad dreams about the deadly incident.
A public-records fight between the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a suspended fraternity seeking information on investigations into alleged wrongdoing by members landed in front of a Lincoln judge Wednesday.
A man who recruited two women he met on social media into prostitution literally the day after he got out of prison for doing the same thing got more prison time Thursday.
Family members hugged and cried outside the courtroom Thursday morning after Brandon Valentine learned he would have to serve eight years in prison for causing the death of 8-year-old Camden King in a car crash.
It started slowly, and not without hiccups.