The woman who was told she would be the first female on Nebraska’s death row, and served nearly 20 years in prison for a crime she was later proved to have nothing to do with, said Tuesday she is speaking out against the death penalty.
In just a few short weeks, voters in five states will consider legalizing recreational marijuana. Although, no matter which way the vote goes, a new study from the Libertarian-leaning Cato Institute says the impact of legalization does not affect crime or economics.
Nebraska residents and small businesses have received nearly $1 million in federal grants to pay for new energy projects throughout the state.
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts says the budget he proposes to lawmakers next year won't raise taxes and will slow the growth of state government.
New Jersey police say they've found Shirlene Quigley, who vanished near the Port Authority Bus Terminal over the weekend after making a cryptic comment to friends.
Testosterone and other steroids can not only cause heart attacks, but people can easily abuse them, the FDA says.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter has promised a resolution as Congress demands documents about a reenlistment bonus scandal
Pups from two recent litters of endangered South American bush dogs made their first appearance at Chester Zoo, U.K.
An Austin college student was robbed at gunpoint while his horrified girlfriend watched on FaceTime. KXAN's Arezow Doost reports