Man Gets 6-month Sentence for Assaulting US Marshal

A  Nebraska man has been given six months behind bars for assaulting a U.S. marshal while being arrested. Ronald Mockelman was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Lincoln. He’d previously

Nebraska Files Expedited Request for Disaster Assistance

Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts has submitted an expedited request to the federal government for disaster assistance in the wake of historic flooding in the state. Ricketts signed the request

Nebraska Panel Advances Farmland Property Tax Measure

A bill that would tie farmland property taxes to the value of commodity prices is headed to the full Nebraska Legislature for debate. Members of the Revenue Committee voted 6-1 on Tuesday to

Authorities ID 4 Killed in Southeastern Nebraska House Fire

Authorities have identified four people killed in fire at a home in southeastern Nebraska over the weekend. The State Fire Marshal’s office says the Saturday morning fire was an accident caused

Increased Alcohol Regulation Sought in the Nebraska Unicameral

Alcohol licensees could face stricter regulation under a bill considered by State Lawmakers.  Under 591 a municipality or county board could apply to the state Liquor Control Commission to create

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