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Just when you felt it was safe to look under the bed, we're given another "Poltergeist" movie.
A look at some of this week's biggest plays and best moments in sports.
Iowa lawmakers got an extra early start to this Memorial Day weekend.
State lawmakers have moved to end Nebraska's status as the only state left that denies driver's licenses to the children of illegal immigrants.
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts is pleased with the $8.6 billion spending plan for the next two years.
A look at some of the big stories that made headlines this week and the headlines you may have missed.
Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer. Start your season off right with this playlist spanning the '60s to now.
This All-American holiday took a long and winding road to become an annual tradition.
Here's a look at some of this weekend's biggest sporting events.
In honor of the Memorial Day observance, South Dakota Senator John Thune made a floor speech recognizing the air aces of American military forces.
Long before the credits roll, Tomorrowland will have you craving a theme park turkey leg and planning a meet up at Mr. Toad's Wild Ride.
It's normal to cry at weddings, but you'll laugh at this one too.
After initial thoughts the crop had escaped damage from the recent cold temperatures, some problems are starting to show up…
Monsanto has announced that six recipients will be awarded research grants as part of their new Insect Management Knowledge Program.…
With lower gas prices and an improved job market, AAA expects more than 37 million Americans to travel this weekend, the most since 2005.
Josh Duggar, the eldest child on "19 Kids And Counting," allegedly has a history of sexually assaulting and "forcibly fondling" young girls.
The group opposing the Rock Island Clean Wind project is still working to get Iowa lawmakers to pass legislation limiting eminent domain.
A report released this week by the TRIP group a private non profit organization shows that Iowa has the third worst bridges in the country with 22 percent structurally deficient.
Time is running short for Nebraska State Legislators this session and a measure that would allow Packer ownership of swine and dairy has only gotten as far as the first round of debate .
Ballots go out next Wednesday to North Central and South Dakota Wheat Grower’s cooperative members regarding possible unification of those co-ops.