Late night dip leads to arrests.
The Nebraska State Patrol Tuesday afternoon released the name of the man who died in a car crash on Interstate 80 between Lincoln and Omaha.
If you’re at Omaha’s Eppley Airfield these days, and you’re told to put your hands up, it’s not what you think. The airport has a new high-tech security device in place.
A fleeing suspect abandons a vehicle and eludes officers but not for long.
Clayton Harris doesn’t think blaming the new state shop for flashing flooding across his land is a rush to judgment.
New extension website provides inspiration for acreage residents.
As severe storms move through Nebraska, there is the potential for weather-related damage to houses and other buildings from wind, rain and hail.
The bids have started to roll in for lunch with Omaha billionaire Warren Buffett.
All of the University of Nebraska's online education programs can now be accessed at a single location because of a new platform called Online Worldwide.
McDonald's announced Friday morning it's recalling 12 million drinking glasses that were introduced to promote the new Shrek movie.
Thousands of OPPD customers were without power in the central part of the city.
A decsion is pending on whether Cass County will have employees pay part of their health insurance premiums.
A nationwide shortage of highway paint is making it difficult for Nebraska crews to get started repainting streets and highways.
On Sunday, June 6, the Omaha area will join millions of Americans in celebrating cancer survivors as part of the 23rd annual National Cancer Survivors Day®.
Tony Ellis had to chop his way out. When the storm rolled through he had been driving on 72nd street north of highway 36 in northern Douglas County.
Lincoln, Neb. – June 2, 2010 - This Father’s Day is the perfect opportunity to remind male friends and family about the importance of talking to their doctor about cancer screenings and cancer prevention.
College of Saint Mary head swimming coach Rich Draper announced that nine athletes have signed to join the Flames in 2010.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission says its redesigned website provides interactive tools and new graphics and layouts that will make it easier for users to quickly get information.
Holiday weekend was busy for law enforcement and volunteer fire departments.
U.S. health officials have for the first time released contraception safety guidelines for more than 1 million women who have had weight-loss surgery or have certain medical conditions.
Mistrial declared in Cass county theft case.
Plattsmouth Fire Chief Mike Wilson received the 2010 Public Servant Award from the Greater Omaha Chapter of the National Safety Council.
A 22-year-old Omaha man has been sentenced to five years in federal prison for robbing a Lincoln bank in 2008.
A 33-year-old man has been charged in federal court with conspiracy to manufacture and possess marijuana with intent to manufacture 1,000 or more marijuana plants.
Plattsmouth City Councilman Terry D. Tilson said with the warmer weather, he’s had solicitors knocking on his door.
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