Updated: 3:46 PM - The fate of the Keystone XL pipeline is facing a new delay. The State Department is giving federal agencies more time to review it before deciding whether to issue a permit.
11 mins ago - Each year, over 4,000 sons, daughters, mothers, and fathers were killed while walking in neighborhoods or crossing streets, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. It's those victims, along with thousands who die as a result of not buckling up, motorists running stop signs and stop lights, and a multitude of distracted driving behaviors, that hundreds of Omaha residents are lacing up their sneakers to Run to Remember.
Posted: 3:13 PM - It took some doing but Omaha Police did track down a domestic violence suspect Friday.
Posted: 1:43 PM - The Nebraska Supreme Court has issued a public reprimand for a Douglas County District judge for intervening in a friend's drunken driving case.
Posted: 1:34 PM - Gov. Dave Heineman will sign a bill on Monday to require some Nebraska health insurers to offer coverage for autism screenings and therapy.
Posted: 11:36 AM - County takes in more and spends less.
Posted: 11:28 AM - On Earth Day, Tuesday, April 22, drivers of natural gas fueled vehicles can fill up their gas tanks for 99 cents a gallon at five regional stations, including.
Posted: 11:11 AM - The Nebraska Supreme Court on Friday rejected an appeal by death row inmate Michael Ryan seeking to be released from prison.
Updated: 11:23 AM - An Omaha man was arrested Friday morning in Lincoln for allegedly driving under suspension, his 22nd such offense.
Updated: 2:02 PM - The Nebraska Humane Society is investigating the deaths of three baby rabbits found Thursday in the driveway of a north Omaha home.
Updated: 10:22 AM - The Nebraska Department of Labor reported Friday that the state unemployment rate for March was 3.7 percent, seasonally adjusted, 0.1 percentage points higher than February and down 0.2 percentage points from March 2013.
Updated: 12:28 PM - A teenager escaped from custody as he was being brought to the Adams County Courthouse in Hastings on Thursday.
Posted: 04/17/2014 - Most people know the feeling of dread that sinks in if their smart phone goes missing. "I felt like everything was gone at that moment," said Victoria Avila, Creighton University Student. Let's face it, smart phones nowadays hold as much important information as our wallets do. "I was really panicked," said Kristine Dodge, Creighton University student.