A young man and woman from Bellevue were found guilty of assault in an attack on the woman's father with a meat tenderizer and a wooden rod.
LEXINGTON — A Lexington man has been charged with one felony and four misdemeanors after police say he attempted to avoid arrest and assaulted…
Columbus police arrested a man Sunday on murder charges after the man first responders assisted after he fell outside allegedly told them that he killed a man.
Police and emergency crews were called to the JBS meatpacking plant in Grand Island at about 3:30 p.m. Friday on a report of a head injury. The worker, Esteban Mantilla of Grand Island, was later pronounced dead at the hospital.
Applying to college typically comes with some uncertainty, but this year’s applicants are tackling one additional question: What should you do when a pandemic has limited what goes into your…
Witnesses told police the teen drove his red Ford Escort through the restaurant's drive-thru, shouting and yelling at his 15-year-old ex-girlfriend, before entering the business where she worked.
Officer Erin Spilker's civil suit against the city includes more than 30 pages of detailed allegations, ranging from LPD's handling of alleged sex assaults by male officers to inappropriate discipline focused on women who have come forward.
About two hours after the crash, the driver's preliminary breath test was .156 — nearly double the legal limit.
The pet owner told police that her cat attacked her after she told it she was going to "put it in its room." The cat was taken into custody.
LEXINGTON — Dawson County Extension Board members recently elected officers for 2022 during their annual meeting.
A California appeals court has upheld the firing of two Los Angeles police officers who were caught playing Pokémon Go instead of responding to a robbery at the Crenshaw Mall in 2017, court records show.
"If Wayne police wanted to help Jeff (Olsufka) they would have let him have a glass of water to treat his dehydration, rather than forcing him to submit to drug testing,” attorney Adam Sipple said.
Video of the harrowing rescue shows police officers pulling the bloodied man to safety seconds before the commuter train, blaring its horn, smashed the Cessna 172 into pieces.
An Omaha man pleaded no contest Thursday to four felony counts that could land him in prison for up to 200 years for a Sept. 11, 2018, shooting that wounded Omaha Police Officer Ken Fortune.
Officers tried to get close to the dog but she would run and then stop and look at them, trying to get their attention.
Two children were in the home at the time of the shooting, but were unharmed. They are now in the custody of their mother.
The life of the Air Force veteran, who was shot by a police officer at the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, is far more complicated than the heroic portrait presented by Trump and his allies.
The rampage is among the latest of more than 675 mass shootings in the United States so far this year that left four or more people dead or injured, according to Gun Violence Archive.
"Overwhelmed with Christmas feelings, 4 of the officers immediately adopted 4 of the puppies and the 5th went home with the QT employee," police said in a social media post.
A man called 911 to report that he was possessed and that his mother was controlling his mind. When two police officers arrived at the home, they found the mother outside screaming for help, saying her son was cutting his throat.
Bob Cherek admitted he didn't use his blinker when he came out of a parking lot. When he got the $100 bill instead of a ticket, handshakes, hugs and tears followed.
Because his hometown paper published his prewar letter home and later wrote about his postwar family reunion, Private Harvey Myers, who died Oct. 26, 2004, left vital clues about the World War II Canteen’s first unofficial customers.
A Bayard man killed by a Morrill County Sheriff’s deputy in a June 28 shooting charged at officers with a weed whacker as they tried to arrest him on a warrant, according to transcripts from grand jury proceedings reviewed by the Star-Herald.