Firespring says its free “Givesource” software will eliminate the need for sponsoring community foundations to pay third-party software companies in “platform fees.”
He pays little attention to it, and when other kids ask him about it, Oliver simply says, "I was born that way." He's not thinking about it on this day, in the thick of the summer on a ball field in South Omaha.
Parent and teacher volunteers helped run the day of festivities that included bouncy houses, face painting, snow cones and plenty of food. Kids played soccer, danced to music blaring from speakers and frolicked around the park with cotton candy and popcorn on the sunny afternoon.
Team members for the 122nd Aksarben Ball have been assembled. The annual event will be Oct. 13 at CHI Health Center, formerly CenturyLink Center.
The Salvation Army of Omaha received 794 fans this month from Westlake Ace Hardware, 8425 West Center Road.
Omaha native Joe Hoover and his artist brother Bill make up the cast for new play at B Side in Benson.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Attend an outdoor music festival, see a car show or shop for vintage flea market items.
The late-night relay of a rare, lifesaving medication from Omaha to a children’s hospital in Colorado earned high praise for eight Nebraska State Patrol troopers Monday.
Vibrant, colorful clothing, the smell of delicious food and joyous dance music gave Omahans a taste of another world at the African Cultural Festival.
Coaches for both teams say the Nebraska-Iowa rivalry motivated their players, but ultimately the camaraderie is what they appreciated most.
More than 400 people attended the school gala Portraits of Excellence at the school, 400 N. Happy Hollow Blvd., which included dinner, a program and live auction.
Fundraisers, benefits and other charitable efforts in the Midlands
Their relationship has spanned a decade and crossed continents. Now it also involves a slew of monitors, doctors and hospital stays.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Celebrate Omaha’s railroad history, go on a wetlands night hike or see an outdoor community theater production.
When Elaine Cox came to, the medical receptionist she was speaking to — who happened to be more than 200 miles away — was still on the line, telling Cox she’d sent help.
Tumbles had abrasions and was missing fur on her head, but otherwise survived getting tossed from the vehicle just fine.
The 29-year-old from Huntsville, Alabama, started his journey in May in Wisconsin. His stop in Nebraska marks his 45th state.
Last week police officers and deputies found a way to ease the family’s pain — they accompanied the family to the Walmart Supercenter at Nebraska Highway 370 and Interstate 80 to get needed clothing and other items for the five kids, ages 5 to 15.
Can't get enough outdoor movies this summer? The Capitol District, at 10th Street and Capitol Avenue, will host a free summer movie series starting Wednesday .
The 11th annual St. Baldrick’s Foundation head-shaving event Friday will raise money for pediatric cancer research.
Doane for years had used the Fillmore County property, which was willed to the college, for education and research into prairie dog behavior. But this spring the university sold the rural property — 320 acres in all — to farmers for $2.63 million. The prairie dog colony has become a soybean field.
The Women’s Center for Advancement recognized 10 women for their service during the annual Tribute to Women luncheon June 12.
Tony Noyes, a member of the Nebraska Army National Guard, said the shrapnel is a powerful reminder of the soldiers who have given their lives serving their country so that he and other Americans can live freely.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out River Fest, go to a historical program or see an outdoor Shakespeare production.
The people behind Table Grace Cafe, the pay-if-you-can restaurant that aims to serve the greater good while serving good food, are rolling out a food truck.
Despite the heat, thousands lined up along the mile-long route.