Updated: 03/26/2012 - Omaha police are investigating a robbery at The Family Dollar store at 30th & Sprague Saturday night. Unfortunately, witnesses were not able to provide a detailed description of the man who held the store up
Posted: 03/26/2012 - Gov. Terry Branstad has announced new and healthier offerings in Capitol Complex vending machines as part of his drive to improve health in the state.
Posted: 03/26/2012 - The Nebraska Supreme Court rules in case originating in Cass Count
Posted: 03/26/2012 - Nebraska officials believe the state's trees might be able to provide fuel for biomass energy projects, so this summer they will inventory the state's forest resources.
Posted: 03/26/2012 - Nebraska lawmakers are scheduled to return to debate on a bill that would require voters to show a government-issued photo ID before they can cast a ballot.
Posted: 03/25/2012 - Harlem Globetrotters member, Buckets Blakes, is set to visit the North Omaha Boys & Girls Club on Tuesday.
Posted: 03/24/2012 - Sometime Thursday night or Friday morning, someone caused $50,000 in damage to Calvary Cemetery at 40th & O Streets.
Posted: 03/24/2012 - A group of local women walked the cat walk Saturday morning to raise money for a good cause.
Updated: 03/23/2012 - An Alzheimer’s care facility served a resident more than food and medicine. The 81-year-old Alzheimer’s patient received eviction papers.
Posted: 03/23/2012 - A former California food company owner has pleaded guilty to racketeering in a national tomato price-fixing plot. The scheme made a victim of several major food companies including Omaha-based ConAgra Foods.
Updated: 03/23/2012 - The Nebraska Supreme Court has reversed a Gretna man's child pornography conviction, saying police did not have probable cause to search the man's computers.
Posted: 03/23/2012 - Retail sales show slight increase.
Posted: 03/23/2012 - A 38-year-old Southeast Nebraska man had pleaded guilty after making a deal with prosecutors in a teen sex case.
Updated: 03/22/2012 - They are two of Omaha's biggest employers. Werner Enterprises and TD Ameritrade speak openly about jobs, revenue, and if the economy is getting better.
Updated: 03/22/2012 - Is it a blatant attempt to run immigrant businesses out of town or a string of unlucky break-ins? That dilemma is facing several Sudanese-owned businesses along North Saddle Creek Road. And for some, the 'American Dream' is turning in to a nightmare.
Posted: 03/22/2012 - Economic development group reveals the name of new commercial park.
Posted: 03/22/2012 - Prison time for 4th offense DUI.
Posted: 03/22/2012 - Beaver Lake group brings its hopes for a pedestrian/bike trail to the county board. Cass County Commissioners offer support but also point out the hurdles in the path.
Posted: 03/22/2012 - Iowa Governor Terry Branstad signed a bill into law Thursday that changes the term “mental retardation” to “intellectual disability”. There has been a national effort to eliminate the “R” word (retardation) from our vocabulary.
Posted: 03/22/2012 - A trial has been scheduled for October in the case of a conservative lawyer who claims she was passed over for a job at the University of Iowa law school because of liberal bias.
Posted: 03/22/2012 - ConAgra Foods says its fiscal third-quarter profit increased 26 percent as the Omaha company raised prices.
Updated: 03/22/2012 - State officials say Nebraskans are spending less time waiting on phone calls that relate to public benefits, thanks to a new customer center in Lexington.
Updated: 03/21/2012 - Severe weather awareness week is upon us. Wednesday morning the emergency sirens were tested in the metro. But as we share our lives and storm stories through social media sites more and more, it’s important to have a trained eye.
Posted: 03/21/2012 - Iowa may have fewer road maps in the future. The Iowa House voted to cut funding for printed state maps, a move that will save about $240,000 in the $351 million state transportation budget.