OMAHA - Nebraska’s farmers had more than enough stress to manage before this year’s flooding events ravaged a huge swath of farm properties, businesses and communities. Now the uncertainty farmers face in crop and livestock operations may seem o'... Read More

FREMONT - Emergency crews were called to a south Fremont construction site on Thursday morning after a tragic accident claimed one man's life and left another in critical condition. Two workers were in on a lift, forty feet off the ground on the f'... Read More

FREMONT - The Fremont Police Department made one assault citation and one drug arrest on Thursday. Just before 11AM, Fremont Police responded to the scene of a domestic dispute in the 400 block of west Military Avenue. Johney E. Feathers, 20, of F'... Read More

The Nebraska Energy Office, in conjunction with lending institutions in Nebraska, has begun providing assistance to those affected by floods by offering Dollar and Energy Saving Loans at 1% interest (subject to lender approval). The Nebr'... Read More

FREMONT - Big Red Keno’s “Science & Math Program,” a grant program to sponsor the latest technology in school, entered its fourth year, and once again, Fremont Public Schools will be the recipient of one of their technology grants. In 20'... Read More

FREMONT - The Salvation Army Fremont Corps will be offering flood relief assistance tonight during special after work/evening hours tonight: Thursday, April 18th. The Corps’ aim is to make it easier for people to get help after their workday is '... Read More

Lincoln, NE - The Nebraska Cattlemen Disaster Relief Fund is providing financial assistance on a statewide basis to needy or distressed cattle producers in Nebraska impacted by Winter Storm/Bomb Cyclone Ulmer. Eligible applicants under the Fund in'... Read More

OMAHA - The University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing recently held their Nightingale White Coat Ceremonies to recognize new students in its Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. These students are enrolled in one of the'... Read More

LINCOLN — No Limits, Nebraska’s youth-led tobacco prevention movement, is accepting applications for positions on the organization’s youth leadership board for 2019–2020. No Limits Youth Board members help plan statewide anti-tobacco even'... Read More

FREMONT - The Fremont Police department responded to a pair of calls involving children yesterday, resulting in one arrest and two citations. Around noon on Tuesday, Fremont Police received a report of two toddlers walking down a neighborhood stre'... Read More

FREMONT - Flood-related issues dominated Bob Flittie’s visit with Fremont City Administrator, Brian Newton on Monday. Some of his comments: Game and Parks has agreed to fix the smaller break by the State Lakes, but he’s worried about the qua'... Read More

Red Cross closes last of shelters The American Red Cross of Nebraska and Southwest Iowa has closed the last of 30 shelters it opened after last month’s flooding. All of the residents have either returned home or found other accommodati'... Read More

GRAND ISLAND - Fifteen Fremont High School students competed at the Nebraska State SkillsUSA Leadership Conference in Grand Island, NE last weekend. The FHS SkillsUSA chapter returned to Fremont with 3 State Champions and a state runner-up. By be'... Read More

FREMONT - Sleepers at a local hotel woke up to fire alarms early Monday morning after a fire broke out in the kitchen. Around 2:30AM, fire alarms sounded at Fremont's Fairfield Inn & Suites and the Fremont Fire Department was dispatched after '... Read More