A case study of one infected household observed that it may take as little as three days for people to become contagious, compared with four to six days with earlier versions of the virus.
A tornado watch was issued for parts of six states as wind gusts of more than 70 miles per hour bore down on parts of the Upper Midwest on Wednesday.
The remains of 355 sailors and Marines from the U.S.S. Oklahoma were identified using DNA and dental records, but 33 crew members could not be.
In Nebraska, a 151-year-old family farm struggles to survive.
The lawsuit is being led by Missouri’s attorney general, Eric Schmitt, and the attorney general of Nebraska, Doug Peterson.
The embattled project to carry oil from Canada to Nebraska had been on life support since President Biden’s first day in office and stalled by legal battles for years before that.
How “pandemic boredom” led to an internet sensation and a battle royale (with pool noodles) of many Joshes.
In a ceremonial effort to discourage meat consumption, the Colorado governor declared March 20 “MeatOut Day.” Then Nebraska’s governor announced “Meat on the Menu Day,” seeking to do just the opposite.
Denver could see up to two feet of snow, while areas north could see four feet. Gov. Jared Polis has activated the Colorado National Guard.
Two other people were injured in the shooting on Saturday night. The police said officers were initially responding to a reported bomb threat.
The Nebraska pharmacist was sentenced to nine years and the Maryland drug dealer was sentenced for 14 years for the plot.
Nebraska delivered one electoral vote for Mr. Biden, but the rest of the rural state is deeply red, and mostly accepting of the election results.
Voters describe a fundamental unease about America’s future.
In Nebraska, President Trump’s supporters hope he wins a second term, and that they get four more years of feeling like the country’s leader understands and defends them.
Renewable energy developers have struggled to finish projects as the pandemic disrupts construction and global supply chains.
Nebraska’s Second Congressional District could play a decisive role in a very close election.
The charges against Jake Gardner in the May 30 killing of James Scurlock in Omaha include manslaughter and making terrorist threats.
In “levelheaded” Omaha, a protester was killed and, in the aftermath, people demanding an end to racial injustice set their sights on police budgets — and a diner with Robert E. Lee on the menu.
So many people have been chasing the 50 stragglers that the animals got spooked and split off into singles and pairs, complicating efforts to catch them, a sheriff said.
Millions of additional coronavirus tests may be processed with “pooling,” enabling widespread surveillance as the country struggles to reopen.
Chris Janicek, who was shunned this week by Nebraska Democrats after sending a sexual text about a campaign staff member, used the slur at a gathering about 20 years ago, people who were there said.
Emails show local officials received conflicting signals from state leaders and meatpacking companies about how much information to release about outbreaks in plants.
In California, the race to fill former Representative Katie Hill’s seat in the state’s 25th District is a microcosm of national politics right now.
Fonner Park, in Grand Island, Neb., has received more attention than ever because of the coronavirus pandemic, with $2.8 million in wagers each day. But it is earning less from each bet with no fans on site.
Hyrum T. Wilson of Auburn, Neb., conspired with a drug dealer to rob, then destroy a competitor’s pharmacy, according to federal prosecutors.
As businesses struggle with how to reopen in a pandemic, one Nebraska shopping mall offers a controversial plan.