City of Pierce, NE enforces curfew Sunday night The city of Pierce, Nebraska is asking all residents in that area to check-in at the Fire Station to obtain an ID badge. City of Pierce, NE enforces curfew Sunday night March 17, 2019 5:33 pm The city of Pierce, Nebraska is asking all residents in that area to check-in at the Fire Station to obtain an ID badge. Read More » Corps continues reducing Gavins Point releases March 17, 2019 Missouri River Basin update. Read More » How you can help those devastated by flooding March 17, 2019 Governor Ricketts also urges people to support the work your local emergency manager is doing. Read More » Pierce, NE residents returning home from mandatory evacuation March 16, 2019 Residents with safety concerns are asked to call the Pierce Fire Hall at 329-4440. Read More » Additional roadways in Madison County closing due to flooding Mandatory evacuations set for areas of Fremont, NE Nebraska farmer trying to save others killed in flooding Flooding rivers in Siouxland Mandatory evacuation set for some residents of Pierce, NE Page1 Page2 Page3 Page4 Page5 Page6 Page7 Page8 Page9 Page10 Nebraska News from Associated Press Flooded river threatens Nebraska’s capital city water wells Authorities say 2 fatally injured in Saline County collision 4 killed in Nebraska house fire; 2 others escape unharmed Nebraska lawmakers still seeking agreement on property taxes Entrepreneurs get behind bill aimed at attracting startups Officials: Multiple deaths in SE Nebraska house fire Nebraska board considers statement on gender identity Nebraska lawmakers pass bill to merge 2 state agencies Nebraska lawmakers OK bill to capture online sales taxes ACLU: Schools should invest in counselors, not police STORM TEAM 4 FORECAST Light precipitation returns late Monday night into Tuesday The best chance for higher rain amounts will be in our southern counties where one to two-tenths of an inch Click for forecast details... Connect With KTIV Facebook Twitter Instagram Envelope Top Stories Midwest flooding forces thousands from homes At least three people are dead and thousands have been evacuated due to historic flooding along the Missouri and Mississippi Hornick, IA residents concerned for the future "I think we may lose some residents," says Hornick resident Dale Ronfeldt. Governor Kim Reynolds assesses flooding damage in Hornick, IA Governor Reynolds says she was highly impressed with the turnout of volunteers, city and county officials, and everyone involved in City of Pierce, NE enforces curfew Sunday night The city of Pierce, Nebraska is asking all residents in that area to check-in at the Fire Station to obtain Corps continues reducing Gavins Point releases Missouri River Basin update.