Shrinking the budget deficit has never had such an obvious solution.
The Canadian women’s hockey team defeated the United States at the Winter Olympics. These Canadians were mostly late bloomers. Some of them didn’t pick up a hockey stick until they were 9 months old.
Are you looking for a romantic post-Valentine’s Day getaway? Look no further than Hastings, Nebraska, which this Thursday through Saturday is hosting the second annual Nebraska Bigfoot Conference.
According to a report, fake snow is being used at the Winter Olympics. If I'm Mayor Jean Stothert's opponent, I'm spreading this stuff on Omaha side streets a few weeks before the election.
MECA wants to improve the flow of traffic after CenturyLink Center events. I once grew a beard in the time it took me to get from the CenturyLink Center to the Interstate on-ramp.
The Nebraska Bigfoot Conference begins Thursday in Hastings. During last year’s convention, a Sasquatch was elected to the Nebraska Legislature.
Nebraskans plan to spend their tax savings on subscriptions to Netflix and 85 Runzas.
Also, Gov. Pete Ricketts is encouraging Nebraskans to eat right. Since this is Nebraska that means steak for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The Winter Olympics opening ceremony featured a symbolic release of pigeons. Proof that curlers get no respect: afterward they were asked to sweep up.
Omaha.com has a photo essay called "Nebraska license plates through the years." Aren't there enough people nauseated from the flu?
Omaha.com has some pictures of artwork by second-graders. Wait, that’s actually a photo essay called “Nebraska License Plates Through The Years.”
I once drove my car 56 miles into outer space. It was when I was looking for the Omaha Zoo and got some bad Google Maps directions.
In Omaha I believe there's also a constitutional amendment to legalize "medicinal vaping."
Why do people even pay attention to the Super Bowl? I mean, really – what does this have to do with Scott Frost?
Bitcoin, Bitcoin, Bitcoin. Unless you’ve spent the past year wandering a remote tundra devoid of Internet or TV access, you have heard about this new digital coin that’s either going to revolutionize how we conduct transactions or is the greatest investment bubble of all time.
Friday was Groundhog Day. The groundhog saw his shadow, which means six more months of Scott Frost hype.
Actually, in a sign of the times Punxsutawney Phil stayed inside his hole and Facetimed with the guy in the tuxedo.
There’s a chance of snow in Omaha on Saturday. However, based on the recent track records of our local meteorologists, I’m going to wait and see what Punxsutawney Phil says.
New OPS Superintendent Cheryl Logan is from Philadelphia. She’s going from a city known for a cracked Liberty Bell to one known for cracked streets.
On Wednesday, there will be three rare lunar events all happening simultaneously. If only there was a fourth rare event, that might be enough to get people to look up from their cellphones.
A Fremont couple wants to build a drive-in movie theater in rural Douglas County. If I want to sit in my car without moving for two hours, I’ll get on Dodge Street heading toward downtown any weekday morning.
Many Nebraskans are planning to skip the Super Bowl to watch some of Scott Frost’s old highlights from when he played for Wood River.
I thought it was cool the way OPS announced the finalists for superintendent with that rose ceremony.
A hypnotist is performing on UNL’s East Campus. At this point, our best chance of getting a property-tax cut is to hypnotize members of the Legislature into voting for one.
The CenturyLink Center may get a new name. Don’t tell me – the Scott Frost Center?