6 News exposes work on a backyard pool that a state inspector calls so unsafe someone could have been electrocuted. The serious violations led to rare disciplinary action against a licensed electrician.
Firefighters say though, the risk is worth it.
Omaha doctor James Lawler explains his travel overseas to Japan. He was sent there to work with a medical team to check 400 cruise ship passengers for potential coronavirus.
The Fremont City Council held an emergency meeting tonight and approved emergency spending tied to a broken levee.
Omaha Police are looking for a thief who ripped off an Omaha church Thursday.
It only took a few minutes Tuesday for the Nebraska Board of Pardons to deny an application for clemency from Caril Ann (Fugate) Clair.