From a hidden waterfall and open grassland to the state's largest city by night, check out these stunning Nebraska destinations.
Check out the gorgeous autumn color we can look forward to across the state as nature puts on its most glorious show. Are you happy for cooler temps?
The first time Garrett Elting was asked to appear on History Channel's "Forged in Fire" was a few years ago.
The Nebraska Tourism Commission said 749 people visited all 70 stops on the 2018 Nebraska Passport list. See the top 15 sites visited:
ORANGE CITY, Iowa | The theme for 78th annual Orange City Tulip Festival has been announced, as organizers have picked “Where Flowers Bloom So Does Hope.”
SIOUX CITY | About 75 people took part in Saturday's Bike-N-Bite event, a community cycling tour of local eateries, which returned to Sioux City this year.
LAKE VIEW, Iowa | The shores of Black Hawk Lake will abound with visitors the weekend of July 14-16, for the 2017 Black Hawk Lake Summer Water Carnival.
SIOUX CITY | Juneteenth, a holiday marking the end of slavery in the southern United States, was celebrated Saturday in Sioux City.
SIOUX CITY | Since its inception in 2000, Awesome Biker Nights has given away more than $1,000,000 to charitable causes in Siouxland.
The traditional start of the summer vacation season, always produces vacation-themed reports. This year’s theme is “vacation shaming.”
SOUTH SIOUX CITY | The winner of this year's South Dakota Kayak Challenge came in just nine minutes shy of last year's record time to complete the 72-mile Missouri River journey.
SIOUX CITY | This weekend, travelers will turn their keys, ignite their engines and take off on their first auto adventures of the summer, hauling campers, visiting family and sightseeing.
YANKTON, S.D. | The longest kayak race in South Dakota kicks off Saturday in Yankton.
The big game is Sunday, with the Philadelphia Eagles facing off against the Kansas City Chiefs. These recipes will give you something to bite that’s not your nails.
Turning to the internet to shop for groceries has turned from trend to typical. One study found that more than 70% of consumers made an online grocery purchase within a three-month period of 2022, and more than half have increased their online shopping in the last year.
It has been unseasonably cold this year, with some temperatures going into negative digits. Even we Californians have been in it, with chilly evenings where a crackling fire and a dish of cozy comfort is what we crave. I was dreaming of soft polenta, but I wondered: What to top it with?
This twist on the classic sandwich has all the sweet-and-savory flavors you crave in a sloppy Joe, but by swapping in some bulgur for half of the ground beef you cut some saturated fat and get an extra gram of fiber in each serving (the whole-wheat bun and veggies add 6g more). Serve these healthy sloppy Joes with a side of napkins — you’ll need ’em!
It's been a bumpy ride for mortgage companies lately. What does that mean for borrowers? Here are answers to common questions, whether you're shopping for a mortgage or paying off a home loan.
It's been a bumpy ride for mortgage companies lately. Some lenders have gone out of business, merged with other companies or narrowed their focus. And more changes are likely in 2023.What does all this mean for borrowers?Here are answers to common questions, whether you're shopping for a mortgage or paying off a home loan.What's behind...
Officials say a polar bear that killed a young mother and her baby Jan. 17 in western Alaska was likely an older animal in poor physical condition. However tests have come back negative for pathogens that affect the brain and cause aggressive behavior. A state wildlife veterinarian collected and examined samples from the bear’s head a day after it was killed. The results of analysis indicate it was an adult male and in poor health. Standard tests conducted on tissues are negative for rabies, toxoplasmosis, distemper and avian influenza. State and federal wildlife officials say there is no definitive explanation as to why the bear was in poor condition.
Hong Kong’s top court has ruled that full sex reassignment surgery should not be a prerequisite for transgender people to have their gender changed on their official identity cards. The decision is likely to have a far-reaching impact on the transgender community. Two transgender men appealed to the court last month over the government’s refusal to change the genders on their ID cards because of their decision not to have full sex reassignment surgeries. The court ruled that the government's policy was “disproportionate” in its encroachment on the rights of the two and was unconstitutional.
A new study hints that treating low vitamin D levels with supplements might have a critical benefit for certain people: a decreased risk of attempting suicide. Get that and more health news here.
New York City is ending its COVID-19 vaccination mandate for municipal employees including police officers, firefighters and teachers. Mayor Eric Adams says the vaccine mandate will end Friday. Adams said Monday that with more than 96% of city employees and more than 80% of city residents having received their initial vaccine shots, this is the right moment for this decision. The vaccination mandate for city employees was one of the last pandemic measures still in place in New York City. The city ended its vaccine requirement for employees of private businesses last November.
Kimbrough played newsman Jim Dial across the 10 seasons of CBS hit sitcom “Murphy Brown” between 1988 and 1998, earning an Emmy nomination in 1990 for outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series.
Kathy Hilton has declared her daughter Paris Hilton is going to be an "amazing" mother. Plus, Amy Robach and T.J Holmes are reportedly set to leave GMA 3, and more recent celeb news.
Buzz Aldrin tied the knot for the fourth time on his 93rd birthday. Get that and more celeb news here.
The brash rock musician evolved from a baby-faced harmony singer with the Byrds to a mustachioed hippie superstar and an ongoing troubadour in Crosby, Stills, Nash & (sometimes) Young.
'Newsweek' reports that cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs.