Bellevue firefighter Steve Blum was a helper. And toward the end of his life, his Fire Department family rallied around him. Blum died Monday after battling a rare cancer for two years. He was 46.
A health paraprofessional for the Bellevue Public Schools was arrested Friday on suspicion of sexually assaulting a 14- to 16-year-old student.
A Catholic order based in Bellevue is now a defendant in two lawsuits in Massachusetts that allege sexual abuse of two children by a priest in the 1970s.
The clock is ticking down on a Powerball ticket worth $1 million.
John Patrick Nicholson, of Bellevue, died Sunday in his home, surrounded by family and friends, after a long battle with brain cancer.
Gross Catholic High School's 50th anniversary celebration will start with a pre-game tailgate before Friday's homecoming game against Schuyler Central High School.
Once a police chief loses credibility, it cannot be restored, a representative of the Bellevue police union said Thursday. Gary Young, the union’s attorney, said Bellevue’s police officers need a new police chief.
Axe's last day on patrol was August 28, capping six years of service with the department.
The Bellevue police chief will be back at work later this month, after collecting $122,409 while on paid leave amid a battle with the city's police union.
A Bellevue apartment complex will pay $76,516 in damages to 65 military service members to settle allegations that the company wrongly charged them a rental termination fee when they were deployed.
Three friends, all with ties to Offutt Air Force Base, wound up in a Bellevue hospital’s labor unit at the same time this week and delivered within 48 hours of each other.
“We’re going to see more kids enrolled in AP classes, more kids passing the AP tests, making them better prepared for college and career readiness — that’s the ultimate goal," Jeff Rippe, superintendent of the Bellevue Public Schools, said.
Both the new jail and building roads were identified as priorities during a County Board retreat earlier this year.
Craig A. Wiech, 52, called 911 Sunday just before 10 p.m. to report a shooting at his home near 189th and L Streets. Inside, authorities found the body of Carrie A. Brown, 48.
Bellevue’s fire department will get the funding it needs to operate without cutting staff or increasing response times, the City Council decided at a lengthy, contentious meeting Monday night.
A week after asserting that the firefighters union was "whining" for money it didn't need, Bellevue City Councilman Pat Shannon is proposing that the city issue a $10 million public safety bond to address the city's budgetary woes.
Mangiamelli declined to include Shannon’s proposed pay hikes in the upcoming budget, saying that the city’s finances are too tight for pay increases and that such increases should be awarded only after thorough public discussion.
A Bellevue man was stabbed to death during a robbery at his home after arranging for a prostitute to come over, according to testimony Tuesday during a Sarpy County Court hearing.
Former Bellevue Police Officer Bob Stinson is challenging one-term incumbent John Hansen in the Ward 2 race. Real estate agent Kathy Welch is the only candidate pursuing the seat being vacated by Jim Moudry, who served one term.
The Bellevue firefighters union is calling for amendments to the city’s proposed 2018-2019 budget, which includes cuts to the fire department, among other departments.
A bright yellow muscle car, a classic from 1973, has been recovered after being stolen Aug. 4 from a Bellevue garage. The Plymouth Barracuda was found in Dodge County, Nebraska.
Judge Stefanie Martinez also removed alcohol monitoring for Dennis Stenner, who pleaded no contest in mid-June to third-degree assault.
Officially dubbed the Defenders of Freedom Air and Space Show, the event has a festival atmosphere, with live music, food and, of course, lots of aircraft in the air and on the ground.
Sarpy County Attorney Lee Polikov said he doesn't think Max Kelch has a conflict of interest, but he said other attorneys might contend that.
The police chief of Nebraska’s third largest city hasn’t gone to work for almost 11 months, but he’s still collecting paychecks from the City of Bellevue.
At her heaviest in April 2016, Kerri Jones clocked in at 409 pounds. Two years later, Jones shed more than half of that weight.