A kind of one-stop shop for people in need, the event brings more than 40 service agencies under one roof in Creighton University’s Peter Kiewit Fitness Center.
How do I get my parents to realize that they raised a daughter who is responsible, successful and is entirely capable of not only taking care of herself, but able to show my appreciation for them in return?
Matthew Schweich, deputy director of the Marijuana Policy Project, advocated for a petition drive seeking to legalize medical marijuana in Nebraska. Luke Niforatos, chief of staff for Smart Approaches to Marijuana, argued against the measure.
The guy I'm dating is wonderful, but sometimes he pretends to be mad at me just to pick a fight.
For people who regularly work long hours — defined as more than 10 hours a day for at least 50 days a year — a recent study suggests an increased risk of stroke.
I am genuinely happy when I get to hear about other people’s successes. However, about a third of the time, I never hear back.
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Nebraska's Medicaid director said the state's share of that money will be used for six initiatives aimed at strengthening the health care system by making better use of health data across the state. Two state lawmakers questioned why a decision on the use of taxpayer funds was made with no opportunity for legislative oversight or involvement from consumers and taxpayers.
Janos Zempleni, director of the Nebraska Center for the Prevention of Obesity Diseases through Dietary Molecules, said about 50 professors in the NU system are attacking the problem in various ways.
After Patricia Washburn's husband, Marlyn, died in May 2017 of breast cancer, the Omaha woman wrapped his last car — a Dodge Dart — in breast cancer awareness logos and slogans to let men know it can happen to them, too.
As he rode his bike through a clearing, tall grass obscured a culvert, and Doug White flipped head over handlebars.
The proposed change would add the city’s 3% occupation tax on tobacco products to e-cigarettes and other vaping products. Vaping retailers said they plan to fight the tax. Mayor Jean Stothert said last week that she supports extending the tax to vaping for public health and tax fairness reasons.
I love my husband, but he does not care to leave the military due to job security, regardless of the impact on our family. I’m trying to stick it out, but I feel paralyzed. Any thoughts?
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"We know it's happened over and over again to different people," said Joe Sutter, who had his windows broken last fall. "We decided to take a stand and try to do something to make a difference."
I want to continue to support my great-nephew, but I personally need to know the money is in the account.
Lawmakers return to Washington this week to confront an escalating crisis in Syria and a House impeachment inquiry that’s gaining momentum. Also on tap, more routine to-do items: approve long-term spending bills, consider a new North American trade deal and reconcile differences in pending defense legislation.