Legislative Bill 853 would allow financial institutions to take action when they see signs that a vulnerable or older customer may be the target of financial exploitation. Financial institutions could put a 30-day hold on certain transactions and could notify someone close to the customer.
The Trump administration has built up the biggest backlog of unfunded toxic Superfund cleanup projects in at least 15 years, nearly triple the number that were stalled for lack of money in the Obama era, according to 2019 figures.
We are friendly, but not exactly close. I want to be respectful of his privacy, but I also want to let him know he is valued. Should I just pretend that nothing happened?
Vets used the fish skins as a kind of organic bandage to help speed King's healing and provide some pain relief.
Peg Kallman hasn't felt alone in her battle with breast cancer thanks to donations, prayers and words of encouragement from the community.
The flu can be devastating for small businesses. If a company with just a handful of employees has two or more out at once, it can be difficult or impossible to get the work done. So owners pay for flu shots and use disinfectants in hopes of keeping everyone healthy and urge sick staffers not to come to work.
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The Pink Out is special to Bluejays player Jordan Scurry and his mother, Maria, because she endured breast cancer treatment for almost a year when Jordan and his brother, Ty, were little guys. She has now been to the past four Creighton Pink Out games to support the fight against cancer and to back her 23-year-old son.
Emily Easton, 29, was hesitant to join a gym, especially after a knee injury.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found more than 15% of adults in every state reported a shortage of physical activity, with Mississippi and Kentucky topping the list.
Dear Amy: My husband and I (both retired seniors) belong to a service club. He joined well before I did.
More than 500 skaters participated in the UNMC 13th annual Skate-a-thon for Parkinson's.
The Polar Plunge is Feb. 8. Participants raise money for Special Olympics Nebraska. To celebrate their efforts, they dash into the freezing water of Zorinsky Lake.
Neither Nebraska nor Iowa is among the states with patients under investigation, health officials said Friday.
This summer, I chose to invite lifelong friends for a week at a mountain cabin. Knowing that they are ultra-conservative and evangelical, I decided to keep my mouth shut and listen. That became difficult.
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“We are not cancelling our event, we just want to wait until this outbreak in China has passed,” NCA President Linda Steele said in a statement.
Considered one of the great interpreters of Johann Sebastian Bach's music, the Brazilian classical pianist and conductor had retired last March after 24 surgeries trying to stop pains from a degenerative disease and a series of accidents.
Dear Amy: My boyfriend “Brad” and I have been dating for almost a year. Brad and I have very different views about social media. For me, Instagram is my “scrapbook” of memories — it’s my way of documenting my life. By the six-month mark, Brad had become the most important thing in my life, a…
Legislative Bill 825 would add spinal muscular atrophy, a genetic condition, to the state's newborn screening panel, the heel-prick blood test all Nebraska babies are given at birth.
Consumers who bought short-term health insurance thinking they had found a better deal than "Obamacare" during the open enrollment season may be in for a shock when they show up at their doctor's office this year.