Looking for owners of unclaimed property.
Beatrice has earned a designation as the state’s newest Economic Development Certified Community
A nationwide study finds that long airline delays are twice as common as they were 20 years-ago.
Former Massachusetts governor and 2008 presidential candidate Mitt Romney will be in Nebraska this week to speak at a state Republican Party fundraiser.
Scientists are racing to save tens of millions of seeds from the native ash tree before an invasive beetle pushes the species to extinction.
Plattsmouth officials get update on rescue squad dispute.
Ten years after the state approved a bill of rights to protect Nebraska meatpacking workers from unsafe conditions, a new, independently conducted report says the job remains dangerous.
The deadline has arrived to register for an upcoming workshop geared toward helping women prepare a run for elective office.
Flying around the holidays is already more expensive...and could get more so.
Lincoln's Haymarket neighborhood is being honored for its character and the role city planners played in creating it.
Security camera video shows a suspect using a heavy brick to try and break down the door to Brian Hadrick’s office.
United Airlines is now giving travelers the option of paying $249 to cover baggage fees for an entire year.
Truck driver enters pleas.
A woman letting her dog out this morning was met by an armed intruder.
A new report says in Nebraska, the average gambling debt is nearly $27,000. But officials say help is available.
Evonne Wilkinson wondered if deputies could solve the hit and run that caused more than $2,500 damage to her house.
Nebraska's first youth-led group focused on preventing tobacco use will host a conference near Hordville next month.
Just a few months out of prison, a man was wounded in a drive-by shooting Friday morning.
An Omaha neighborhood is still reeling from Friday morning's five-hour standoff that began after a resident stood on his porch firing a rifle.
Singer Miley Cyrus has postponed her concert scheduled for Friday night at Qwest Center Omaha due to strep throat. The show is rescheduled for 7 p.m. on Tuesday, October 13th.
Attorney General Jon Bruning announced today that his office and Shredding Solutions will host a free shredding event at the Community Safety and Wellness Festival in La Vista on Sunday, October 4.
A short pursuit about 3:30 in the morning Wednesday ended with two individuals from Omaha taken into custody.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved revised water quality standards for Nebraska.
The Nebraska Department of Economic Development has awarded $336,000 through the Community Development Block Grant Neighborhood Stabilization Program 1 to the City of Omaha to help with neighborhood revitalization efforts.
Gayle Riggs found and expensive dent in her van door while she had parked it on an Omaha street.
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