See archive photos of dairy farming near Lincoln.
The 1948-49 blizzard left over 75,000 people marooned and close to 34,000 miles of roads impassable. See photos of how Nebraska weathered the storm.
Between the world wars, North Platte had outdoor natural ice rinks and a talented hockey “town team” played organized games – when the weather cooperated -- against other towns.
Researchers are unearthing the history of the Genoa U.S. Indian Industrial School. A recent geophysical survey and historical document may be significant finds in the search for the school's cemetery.
Some remains recovered during a 1944 salvage attempt on the USS Utah, which sank at Pearl Harbor, have been disinterred and could be identified through DNA analysis.
Take a look inside some of Lincoln's high schools through the city's history.
Few in Omaha have had theirs told in such detail, especially its earliest days, as the Rockbrook neighborhood along West Center Road.
The historic home of Nebraska sheep rancher Robert Taylor, located at Stuhr Museum, is receiving a major renovation to serve as a campus classroom.
As the search for the Genoa U.S. Indian Industrial School cemetery narrows, tribal leaders and researchers prepare for what they may find.
Most paper towns of Douglas County never got past the platting stage and almost all went into the shredder known as the financial panic of 1857.
The site where a Falls City family's house and barn once stood is now part of the National Park Service's National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom.
Today’s final segment of The Telegraph’s Canteen Honor Roll series highlights the involvement of communities across a 350-mile-long swath of Nebraska and into Colorado’s two most northeastern counties.
While no one was charged in the 11 incidents, and the next few years were relatively calm, the summer of 1938 brought a “war” and a new spate of bombings.
“Nowhere in the entire world will you find better steaks! These leading steak houses are ready to serve you … when you come to Omaha.”
On Sept. 19, 1987, nearly 69,000 people filed into Memorial Stadium for Farm Aid III. Look back on how the largest concert in Nebraska history came together.
For a small number of people, news of Queen Elizabeth's death triggered memories of her brief trip to Nebraska.
The other finalists were Louise Pound, a groundbreaking scholar and athlete, and Howard Hanson, a Pulitzer Prize-winning composer and musician.
Today’s amenities at Omaha’s oldest remaining park, the anchor of the park system that was started in the 1890s, include indoor tennis courts and the city’s greenhouse.
Check out photos from the archives of automobiles from 1897 through the 1920s.
Nebraska's State Fair could be considered a traveling fair back in the day. It has made the rounds from Brownville to Nebraska City to Omaha and Lincoln, and it currently resides in Grand Island.
See photos of the total solar eclipse that crossed Nebraska on Aug. 21, 2017.
We reached out to local coaches and athletes — current and former — to get their perspective on the persistent challenges. Where 50 years isn't enough. Check out their responses here.
Nebraska's scrap metal drive 80 years ago proved so successful that it was replicated across the U.S. The effort energized the homefront during a difficult time, arguably shortening WWII.
Long before “North to Alaska” was a hit song and a movie in 1960, Addie Braxton and Ruth Wilson went that way and made pioneering journeys.
Among the expected audience for his speech will be Caroline Kennedy, the late president’s daughter.
Fifty years ago this spring — and two months before Title IX passed — controversy engulfed a now-defunct Nebraska college for being ahead of its time with women's sports.
King Lake has been flooded by the Elkhorn many times — February 1927, June 1940, June 1944, March 1960, March 1962, March 1965, June 1967, February 1971, March 1978, June 1984, February 1997, June 2010 and March 2019.
The Bicycle Nomad -- Erick Cedeno -- will ride through Lincoln Wednesday as he retraces the 1897 route of the bike-mounted Buffalo Soldiers.