Posted: 03/31/2014 - As we spring into April, community-wide cleanup efforts return along with the urge to get our own living space back in order. Professional organizer Jen Bartelt of Reclaim Your Space walked us through the most common trouble spots when it comes to in-home organization.
Updated: 03/31/2014 - Omaha firefighters haven't yet said what caused a building to go up in flames Monday morning.
Posted: 03/31/2014 - A Raymond woman who married her same-sex partner five years ago in Iowa is now petitioning the Nebraska Supreme Court to be allowed to divorce.
Posted: 03/31/2014 - A 58-year-old Nebraska woman has been sentenced to 30 days in jail for killing a family dog that she feared.
Updated: 03/31/2014 - Omaha Police say a man told them he was just standing by the side of the road when a car drove by and someone inside opened fire.
Posted: 03/30/2014 - Democrats are pushing to pass a package of bills designed to increase the state's production of energy from solar power, wind and renewable fuels.
Updated: 03/30/2014 - A Nebraska lawmaker known as a strong gun-rights advocate is pushing a bill that would prohibit governors from restricting guns sales in a state emergency.
Posted: 03/29/2014 - A boy was taken to a Dubuque hospital after repeatedly falling through ice on a partially frozen pond.
Updated: 03/30/2014 - A motorcyclist was injured in a collision with a car in Council Bluffs Saturday evening.
Posted: 03/29/2014 - As Iowa's population ages, lawmakers are determining the best policies to protect the state's elderly population from financial exploitation and other abuses.
Updated: 03/29/2014 - The theft of a specialized wheelchair from a man who was traveling through Nebraska is being investigated by the state patrol.
Updated: 03/28/2014 - Authorities in the southeast Iowa city of Mediapolis are investigating nearly 70 reports of car burglaries over several days.
Posted: 03/28/2014 - The Nebraska Supreme Court has again denied relief to a man who beat his girlfriend's 22-month-old daughter to death.