Smart, adventurous, creative and outgoing, the 9-year liked playing outdoors, hanging out with friends and doting on his family.
The Bellevue Police Department said Caleb Roman, of Bellevue, was hit by a driver near North Fourth Street and Pleasantview Lane.
Collectively, the projects at Offutt will mark the biggest transformation since the former Fort Crook Army post was adapted for the Air Force during and after World War II.
Bellevue City Administrator Jim Ristow said the cost to re-stripe and remove signs along Fort Crook Road is about $20,000, which will come out of the city’s general budget.
The nationwide pool of semifinalists represents less than 1% of U.S. high school seniors.
Sarpy County has confirmed its first human West Nile infection of the year, health officials said Tuesday. The individual, who is under 40, was not hospitalized, according to the Sarpy/Cass Health Department.
Bats are at peak activity this time of year, which increases the possibility of exposure.
Of the $3.6 billion in military construction funds the Trump administration is shifting to the border, about $180 million is for work at three overseas bases where the Offutt-based 55th Wing deploys RC-135 reconnaissance jets on a nearly continuous basis or plans to in the future.
Bellevue sixth grader Joslyn Stamp, 11, has been selected as a Buddy Bison Student Ambassador with the National Park Trust. She has dedicated herself to helping educate people about environmental protection and national parks.
The restaurant, which serves the plant-based Impossible Burger, is being featured in a video series put together by Impossible Foods.
The Fire Department is set to receive more than $8.7 million for its operational budget, which is expected to allow the department to convert at least four firefighters to full-time status.
The driver of the vehicle was being sought on warrants out of Michigan. He held a gun to his own head, which led to the standoff. About 10 hours later, he surrendered peacefully.
A veteran of Afghanistan, Benjamin Bochtler was enrolled in a program for potential future military officers.
The project had been scheduled to begin in December but is now being pushed back to October 2020, with completion one year later. And the cost of the project, estimated at $130 million when it was announced in January, has now jumped to $176 million, said Col. Alan Dayton, who heads Offutt’s 55th Mission Support Group.
Nebraska Medicine said this week that discussions with Sarpy County leaders about a mental health crisis center ended a couple of months ago. A planning group determined that the health system should focus first on Douglas County.
Now 7, the Bellevue girl is treated regularly by a specialist at the University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital. This football season, she'll be featured as an honorary Kid Captain for the Iowa-Nebraska game.
The Bellevue Papillion Rotary Club provided $125 each to 56 kids from 30 families at the Twin Creeks Target on Saturday.
Jim Ristow, Bellevue's city administrator, said officials are taking a cautious approach moving forward because they don't want taxpayers to be on the hook for the demolition costs.
Alan Stack, who turns 58 on Wednesday, must serve at least 67.5 years before being eligible for parole.
The store joins Five Below, a discounted clothing store, and Ross Dress For Less, an off-price department store, in filling a former Gordmans space.
Other than Omaha and Lincoln, none of Nebraska's biggest cities expect their mayors to make public service their full-time job.
Flirty is a miniature service horse belonging to Abrea Hensley, and the two have been together since 2017. “I don’t know what I would do without her, even if I was cured today,” Hensley said. “She’s my constant companion.”
Tyler M. Botos also was arrested on suspicion of using a deadly weapon to commit a felony, making terroristic threats and criminal mischief.
Under the county's steady property tax rate of 29.69 cents per $100 of valuation, the owner of a $200,000 home pays $593.80 a year in property taxes.
Beginning in 2020, Bellevue’s mayor and six City Council members will receive $6,000 pay bumps — plus an 11th-hour amendment saying that as of December 2021, the council and mayor will receive annual 2% raises.
The critter was found at 12:15 a.m. Wednesday with its head stuck in a jar.