Linda McMahon of the Small Business Administration said that she understands the short-term effects tariffs might be having on small businesses, but said it's a long game.
The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that government workers can't be forced to contribute to labor unions that represent them in collective bargaining, dealing a serious financial blow to organized labor.
When one customer said Gerda's reminded him of his grandma's, it was easy to see why: Bright lights, white Formica counter, cluttered shelves, newspaper clippings and photos tacked up everywhere. A ringing phone, a humming, sweet-smelling kitchen, a line of people eager for food cooked with love.
The store, now at Midtown Crossing, is offering specials and samples through the end of May. A portion of receipts on Sundays in May go to the Leavenworth Neighborhood Association.
Neon signs are flicking on at a number of new bars and restaurants in Omaha, and they often come from the same artist: Karen Chaka, who's been making the signs for more than 30 years.
After an arduous learning curve, a pair of Omaha entrepreneurs have launched the state's first commercial malthouse, turning barley grown in Nebraska into malt used by craft brewers. They were part of the first all-Nebraska beer brewed in the state.