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State lawmakers took a step Tuesday toward giving the Nebraska Department of Roads a new name and a higher mission. [Read More]
Douglas County Board members raised questions today about the status of a central figure in an ongoing controversy over Omaha property tax valuations. [Read More]
Of the 18,797,085 brackets submitted to the ESPN Tournament Challenge, Waverly's Isaiah Daniell was one of only 657 to pick the correct Final Four. [Read More]
Boys Town has hired Chris Nizzi, a former head coach at Omaha Creighton Prep, as its football coach. Nizzi follows Kevin Kush as the Cowboys'... [Read More]
Avery Tyler claimed negligence by Douglas County Department of Corrections officials when he fell out of a van in December 2013. [Read More]
The World Cup Finals equestrian event begins Wednesday in Omaha. I read that the horses are "acclimating" to Omaha. That means they're eating mostly Runzas... [Read More]
At issue is Executive Director Jeff Pursley's job with a consulting firm based in Washington, D.C. A state ethics official concluded earlier this month that... [Read More]
Bidders have until 4 p.m. Tuesday to submit offers to buy stores outright, liquidate all inventory in a going-out-of-business sale, or engage in a combination... [Read More]
President Barack Obama tried to integrate climate change into every facet of federal decision-making. President Donald Trump aims to pull it out by its roots. [Read More]
Al Karschner, an Omaha native, served under Gen. Paul Tibbets in the early 1960s, when Karschner was stationed at the National Military Command Center at... [Read More]
The Omaha stop is part of a 40-city tour of North America, the first for the New York-born performer. [Read More]
The shoe departments in the bankrupt Omaha-based retailer's 100 or so stores are operated by an outside company — DSW, the Ohio firm that also... [Read More]
Make no mistake: whether it's a smokestack-belching industrial park down the street or the unkempt yard of a lazy neighbor, a window that reveals a... [Read More]
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is holding a public vote on which critter should become the state's official reptile. [Read More]
The calls for him to resign came after revelations about his meeting with a secret source on White House grounds raised questions about his and... [Read More]
About 50 horses were flown to Omaha on Qatar Airlines for the World Cup Finals. Good thing it wasn't a United Airlines flight. The horses... [Read More]
The intersection of South Coddington Avenue and West Van Dorn Street in west Lincoln is closed between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. through Friday. [Read More]
This is a tale of two Nick Petrows. The first one came to America from his native Greece in 1895. [Read More]
Motorists are urged to use an alternate route, roads officials said. [Read More]
One of the key messages for the week, officials said: Knowing when severe weather is possible gives Omaha and Council Bluffs-area residents time to prepare. [Read More]
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