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Flood Causes Damage to Nebraska State Patrol Office

A flood damaged Nebraska State Patrol's Kearney office with two feet of water last week, ruining electrical outlets, carpeting, and other office equipment.

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First Pitch Thrown at Kerrie Orozco Memorial Ballfield, Named for Slain Nebraska Officer

Kerrie Orozco spent a great deal of her off hours helping keep kids away from gang activity by coaching youth sports, with a special affinity for coaching baseball on the very field that now bears her name.

Nebraska Trooper Killed in Head-On Crash

A Nebraska trooper was killed when another vehicle crossed the center line and struck his patrol unit head-on Thursday morning

Nebraska Officer Injured in Vehicle Collision

An officer with the Omaha Police Department was injured in a vehicle collision early Saturday morning.

Nebraska State Trooper Captures Dramatic Image of Massive Tornado

The Nebraska Highway Patrol posted an image to its Facebook page of a massive tornado with a patrol vehicle in the foreground of the photo.

Omaha Police Helo Makes Emergency Landing After Mechanical Failure

Around 7:30 a.m., pilots took emergency action designating a safe landing spot in an open field northwest of the Omaha North Airport.

Nebraska State Patrol Switches from .45 to 9mm

When evaluating the different calibers, the agency's firearms selection committee found newer 9mm rounds had comparable ballistics to .45s, but the smaller caliber allows each trooper to carry more ammunition.

Video: Cow Leads Nebraska Officers on Slow-Speed Pursuit

A cow that escaped a Nebraska beef plant led police on a slow speed chase through the town of Grand Island.

Nebraska Lawmaker Proposes Law to Ban School Resource Officers

Nebraska State Senator Ernie Chambers—the longest-serving state senator in the history of the Cornhusker State—has introduced legislation that would ban law enforcement officers from patrolling school halls.

Nebraska Correctional Officer Accused of Embezzling $173,000 from Police Union

A correctional officer stands accused of taking more than $170,000 from the coffers of the Douglas County Corrections Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 8 over a three year period.