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Firefighters arrived around 2 p.m. After two hours, the situation appeared to be under control. Smoldering piles of brush and compost were extinguished and firefighters were cutting down dead trees and clearing brush from the scene.

Despite a funnel cloud being spotted southeast of Norfolk on Monday evening, authorities said it posed little danger. Around 8:10 p.m. Monday, a funnel cloud occurred and set off a frenzy on social media with sightings and photos.

Daycos of Norfolk spearheaded a Bike Build Competition late Friday morning. That translated into about 50 of the company’s employees joining representatives of Elkhorn Valley Bank, Midwest Bank and Russ Wilcox of Real Estate Solutions in front of the Daycos building on North Riverside Boulev…

The Great American Comedy Festival got underway Thursday night. The 12th annual festival opened with the Optical Delusion, a magic show featuring illusionist Ben Seidman and juggler Marcus Monroe.

The Christian Cross Festival would have been perfect this year if not for the weather. The 15th annual celebration of faith and fellowship at Skyview Lake Park took place over the weekend. Christian singer Jordan Feliz drew what event director Brett Simonsen said was the biggest crowd ever f…

From Christian Cross Festival to Boomfest, there are plenty of things to do in the Norfolk area in the early summer, so explore and stay awhile.

One person is dead and another has serious injuries after two people were shot in a Norfolk apartment Tuesday morning. Chief Donald Miller with the Norfolk Police Division said officers responded at 10:10 a.m. to a call at 1406 Country Club Road, Apt. 20, regarding a female who was being hel…

The long awaited opening of the new expansion of the Norfolk Family YMCA arrived Monday. The two-level expansion, complete with a field house, adds more than 106,000 square feet to the existing 75,000-square-foot YMCA, making for a total of more than 180,000 square feet.

Drew Delvaux started painting furniture about three years ago, which quickly evolved into his business, River City Relics, in Yankton, S.D. The first store opened in 2018, and after outgrowing that space, Delvaux moved into his new location in September of last year. Read more about River Ci…

High winds, lots of moisture and a thick layer of frost have posed a challenge this spring for the track at the Off Road Speedway. Adverse weather struck the speedway from all angles. Initially, track manager Brian Signor was unable to see the damage because of all the barricades and closed …

Directors at Liberty Center Services in Norfolk went into emergency mode on the morning of March 14 as water neared the top of the flood control located just east of their campus on Norfolk Avenue.

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