The owner of an abandoned home ignored orders to clean it up so Ralston police and a city crew moved in.
Those living near an Omaha elementary school have reason to worry about the safety of children walking to and from class. It's a hazard that has the city saying oops.
When it's time to water your yard, does your hose drive you crazy? It's heavy. It gets tangled. It's hard to move.
Summer is not far off-and for many adults and kids alike, thoughts turn to hot sunny days and refreshingly cold desserts.
It has new asphalt and freshly painted stripes, but a new downtown Omaha parking lot sits empty because the city blocked off the entrance.
Under the category of "What Will They Think Of Next?" Car Companies keep coming up with new features that are supposed to make cars safer and easier to live with.
Whether you're outfitting yourself or getting your kids ready for their favorite sport, where you shop can make a big difference. A new Consumer Reports National Research Center survey reveals the best places to gear up.
Just in time for Memorial Day weekend-Consumer Reports' test results on more than 100 gas grills. Some are loaded with features, but you don't have to spend top dollar to get a grill that sizzles.
A check forger is behind bars while investigators search for an accomplice. A break in the case came from an identity theft victim.
Last week, Fact Finders investigated the issue of potholes on private property. Since then, a dispute popped up involving a woman left with expensive damage to her car from potholes on a side street that feeds traffic into a retail development. Is this a city street or private property?
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