Vigil Held For Motorcyclist Killed In Crash
Updated: 8:51 PM
A vigil was held Saturday night for the motorcyclist critically injured in a collision with a minivan Friday afternoon who later died of his injuries.
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Pet Dies In House Fire
Updated: 6:19 PM
- A dog did not survive an Omaha house fire Saturday afternoon.
Three Sought In Carjacking
Updated: 3:49 PM
- Three men are being sought for an Omaha carjacking Saturday morning.
Cancer Patients, Survivors Sail On
Updated: 8:35 PM
- Going through cancer can feel like a lonely battle. The national organization First Descents is hosting a retreat in Omaha this weekend to bring together young adults battling cancer.
Former Public Housing Residents Have Back To School Giveaway
Updated: 4:00 PM
- Former residents of Logan Fontenelle Public Housing came together on Saturday to help others in their neighborhood with a back to school giveaway.
Gifford Farm Hosts Fall Festival
Posted: 4:03 PM
- Llamas, chickens and pigs are just a few of the animals to see at the Gifford Farm fall festival.
Twice The Love
Updated: 5:56 PM
- Some pets are brought in to the Nebraska Humane Society in pairs, usually when owners can't take care of them any longer. When that happens it's best to keep them together.
Update: Suspect Admits to Deadly Shooting
- Prosecutors say 18-year-old Milton Dortch has admitted to the fatal shooting of Omaha jewelry store owner James Minshall. Dortch will remain held without bond.
Letter To CVS CEO: Develop Site At 72nd & Maple NOW!
- Omaha City Council President Pete Festersen issued a letter to the President-CEO of CVS Pharmacy to care for and develop the site owned by CVS at 72nd & Maple or the city would take action against the company.
US Chief Justice Worried About Partisanship
- U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts said he's worried about growing partisanship in the judicial confirmation process and a public perception that the court is a political body.
Fall Fun Kicks Off in the Metro
- The unofficial kick off to the fall season began Friday night in the metro with pumpkins, costumes and haunted houses.
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