Authorities are refocusing their attention on an unsolved murder in northeast Nebraska that happened 13 years ago. The Nebraska State Patrol is looking at the case of 54-year-old Jeanne Kassebaum. She was found dead face down in the hot tub at her West Point home in August of 1999. Her death was initial ruled accidental, but investigators later determined she had been strangled. They believe there may still be people who know more about what happened.
A new report by the Trust for America's Health uses government data to make predictions about the nation's weight in the years to come and the numbers are tipping the scales. This year, Mississippi topped the CDC's list of heaviest states with a nearly 35 percent adult obesity rate. But according to the new report, by 2030 13states could have obesity rates over 60-percent.
People in Dakota and Thurston County, Nebraska, are looking at ways to keep their water flowing. Some cities in the counties are reporting issues with distribution and demand when it comes to their water, which comes from wells. A consulting group has been studying the issues and says there are two options. They can do nothing and make improvements as needed, or they can build a regional water system. The group will take public feedback and will give a recommendations in December.
When you were in school, you were probably used to doing laps around the track...More >>
When you were in school, you were probably used to doing laps around the track like this. It was an act of endurance while you were in gym. But this Memorial Day weekend, that's just the beginning.More >>
Authorities say Kathlynn's blood was found at the hog confinement and on the tailgate of the suspect's truck.More >>
Authorities say the two girls were kidnapped by Michael Klunder, a convicted sex offender. The 12-year old was able to escape. Kathlynn Shepard's family members say that girl was able to tell them about how he lured the girls into his truck and how she got away. More >>
Dan Sligh and his wife were in their pickup truck on Interstate 5 heading to a camping trip when a bridge before them disappeared in a "big puff of dust."More >>
The trucker was hauling drilling equipment when his load bumped against the steel framework over an Interstate 5 bridge. He looked in his rearview mirror and watched in horror as the span collapsed into the water behind him....More >>
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