Former Congressman Brad Ashford confirmed on Thursday that he will not be running against Sen. Ben Sasse as a write-in candidate on the November ballot, citing a lack of time to run an effective campaign.
Negotiations over a new COVID-19 rescue bill were in flux Friday after the White House floated cutting an unemployment benefits boost to as little as $100 and President Donald Trump turned to a new priority, adding money to build a new FBI headquarters.
The Nebraska Democratic Party voted Sunday to have Alisha Shelton be their representative for the U.S. Senate after the party stopped supporting the primary winner, Chris Janicek, for violating their code of conduct.
President Donald Trump wore a mask during a visit to a military hospital on Saturday, the first time the president has been seen in public with the type of facial covering recommended by health officials as a precaution against spreading or becoming infected by the novel coronavirus.
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We're all feeling the impact of rising prices at the grocery store. When will it end? Gray Television Washington Bureau Chief Jacqueline Policastro gets answers from Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue in an exclusive interview.
Three Grand Island residents challenged incumbent Terry Brown on Tuesday for his Ward A chair on the GIPS Board. After the primary election, Brown and Lindsey Jurgens will face off on the November ballot.
Following President Trump’s executive order to keep meat processing plants open, Grand Island Mayor Roger Steele expresses his concerns for worker safety at the local JBS meat processing plant. USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue responds.
Nebraska is forging ahead with plans to hold the nation’s first in-person election in more than a month, despite health concerns about the coronavirus pandemic and allegations that political motivations are fueling opposition to an all-mail approach.
Thursday afternoon, Governor Pete Ricketts provided an update on steps taken by the State of Nebraska to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Secretary of State Bob Evnen and Commissioner for Labor John Albin joined Ricketts to provide an update on the Nebraska Primary Election scheduled for May 12 and the record number of unemployment claims filed this week.
A Nebraska Senator says people have a right to be concerned and demand answers about the drones flying above western Nebraska and the plains of Colorado. The FAA tells her they have no answers right now about why they are flying in the region.