Husband left with severe brain damage, wife speaks out against scooters

Tue Oct 08 17:06:31 PDT 2019

Husband left with severe brain damage, wife speaks out against scooters

Their lives forever changed by an electric scooter accident this summer in San Diego. Now the Omaha family is speaking out as the city soon wraps up its 6 month trial period with the scooters and eyes a decision on whether they should stay or go.

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Sewage filled basement causes financial nightmare for Beaver Lake resident

A homeowners nightmare poured into a basement south of the metro earlier this week. A Beaver Lake community sewer line plugged up. Though its been cleared out the homeowner is still stuck--with a huge bill.

Proposed bill could help first responders tackle PTSD

When first responders head out on a call, they don't know what they'll find on the other end. Proposed bill LB963 would make an effort to better prepare them for whatever trauma they might face.

Nebraska, Iowa agencies prepare for possible spread of coronavirus

The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and other health partners are anticipating an impact on Nebraska and are expanding the list of recent countries traveled that require residents to self-report.

College athletes excited for "fair pay to play" act

College athletes could soon cash in off the field after a state bill received serious support in the Nebraska Unicam.