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11-year-old Norfolk girl trains for National Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships
11-year-old Norfolk girl trains for National Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships

Most 11-year-olds spend their summers going on family vacations or hanging out with their friends, but not Jamaya Koehlmoos. She has been training and competing in the heat at Norfolk Catholic High School to get faster.

Three-vehicle accident at Lorton Corner delays afternoon commute

Three-vehicle accident at Lorton Corner delays afternoon commute

A three-vehicle accident was the cause of traffic delays at Highway 50 and 128 in Otoe County at the height of the afternoon commute Tuesday.

Sheriff: Who Gave Teens Alcohol?

Sheriff: Who Gave Teens Alcohol?

Authorities in Sarpy County want to know how several teens involved in a deadly crash got their hands on alcohol.

Gibbon resident guts house for second time after repeat flooding

Gibbon resident guts house for second time after repeat flooding

GIBBON, NE -- It feels like deja vu this week for Gibbon residents like Marci Granados. Many were finally finishing restoring their homes from the historic March flood… when the high water came rushing into town again. Granados had finished repairi

WATCH: hotel owner Linda Younes gives an update on flood recovery

WATCH: hotel owner Linda Younes gives an update on flood recovery

News Channel Nebraska's Brandon Aksamit spoke with Kearney hotel owner Linda Younes of Younes Hospitality about flood recovery efforts. You can watch the interview here.

Free Speech or Crime? Graffiti Tags City Hall

Free Speech or Crime? Graffiti Tags City Hall

Freedom of speech or a crime? That question front and center at Omaha City Hall today as graffiti marked the sidewalk up and down the City-County Civic Center.

Heat advisory warning - high temperatures set to hit Nebraska

Heat advisory warning - high temperatures set to hit Nebraska

The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory warning for this Wednesday through Friday.  With record-high temperatures, this might be the perfect place for you and your family to cool off.

City of Beatrice Moves on Initial Property Purchase for New Beatrice Fire and Rescue HQ

City of Beatrice Moves on Initial Property Purchase for New Beatrice Fire and Rescue HQ

First property purchase for new Beatrice Fire Station, approved by city council

Second Liquor License Recommended for Beatrice Mercantile Building

Second Liquor License Recommended for Beatrice Mercantile Building

Class C liquor license for lower level of Beatrice Mercantile Building, recommended for approval by Beatrice City Council

Omaha woman says dad told her 'I will hurt you more than you ever will know' before lighting fire

Omaha woman says dad told her 'I will hurt you more than you ever will know' before lighting fire

After seeing her father appear in court Monday on allegations that he set fire to the family home while she and her mother were inside, Amanda Bohm recounted the last words he said to her.

Don Bacon calls Trump's tweets 'unacceptable'; others say GOP responses are weak

Don Bacon calls Trump's tweets 'unacceptable'; others say GOP responses are weak

Rep. Don Bacon, R-Neb., chided President Donald Trump on Monday for tweeting that some Democratic congresswomen of color should go back to the countries they come from.

Northeast Beatrice Park Renamed

Northeast Beatrice Park Renamed

Beatrice city park renamed for service organization that helped fund splash pad

Inmate who walked away from corrections center in Lincoln is arrested

Inmate who walked away from corrections center in Lincoln is arrested

An inmate who walked away from the Community Corrections Center-Lincoln on June 29 has been arrested.

Wastewater from North Dakota oil field spills into Missouri River tributary

Wastewater from North Dakota oil field spills into Missouri River tributary

Cleanup is underway after 21,000 gallons of brine oilfield wastewater leaked from an underground pipeline in western North Dakota and into an unnamed tributary of the Missouri River, the State Health Department said Monday.

Nebraska woman died from West Nile virus in May, health officials say

Nebraska woman died from West Nile virus in May, health officials say

State health officials have confirmed the death of a woman in northern Nebraska from West Nile virus.

Volunteers will collect Nebraska veterans' stories for Library of Congress archive

Volunteers will collect Nebraska veterans' stories for Library of Congress archive

Volunteers from the Nebraska Sorghum Producers Association will interview veterans across Nebraska in the coming months to add their stories to the national Veteran History Project.

Semi overturns just south of U.S. Highway 81, 136 intersection

Semi overturns just south of U.S. Highway 81, 136 intersection

HEBRON - Thayer County authorities, along with Hebron Fire and Rescue, responded to an overturned semi just south of the intersection of Highways 81 and 136 Monday afternoon. It happened a little over a mile south of Hebron just before 4 p.m. A semi pulli