It has been nearly three years since Jasmine Harris was shot and killed in the Old Market. To this day – her killer walks free. The case has since gone cold, but Jasmine’s family still has faith that someone will come forward with new information and put Jasmine’s killer behind bars.
Compost owner says he's had hundreds of odor samples taken and all are within allowable threshold for Cass Co. regulations. Meanwhile residents say no odor existed in the area until the site started operations.
In the panic of a life-and-death emergency, most wouldn’t worry about the cost of an ambulance. But there is a charge for a rescue squad and some health insurance policies may not cover the entire bill.
Neighbors living around Zorinsky Lake Park will have less shade this summer. A border space is being cut on the tree-lined edges of the popular recreation area, though understanding the reasons some neighbors say the project has been no picnic for them.
Council Bluffs parents are demanding accountability from the owners of The Hub, a popular recreation center. In a 6 On Your Side investigation, 6 News uncovered a pattern of violence the owners blame on the pandemic.
A dangerous tree hangs over an Omaha neighborhood, and there’s already been a close call. A huge branch crashed down from the tree onto the Pautlers’ fence — in two places — and they worry there’s more to come.
Restrictions are lifted. Statewide, COVID hospitalizations in Nebraska are trending downward. Vaccinations continue. It seems as if Nebraska is starting to turn things around. But could Super Bowl LV change that?