Understanding a community’s housing needs is vital to ensuring that all people are being served — regardless of income level, says Carolyn Pospisil, a Sarpy County housing official.
Republicans said several amendments were out of line and unduly restricted the commander in chief. “It took a hard left turn with those 400 amendments,” Bacon told The World-Herald.
One mom said she's "thankful it wasn't worse, but I haven't been sleeping well thinking about all the possibilities of what could have happened to my daughter."
That stretch of trail, which is about a fifth of a mile long, is closed for a bank stabilization project.
James and Marilyn Donnelly were returning from a swing dancing convention when a semi truck hit the car behind them, creating a chain reaction crash that killed the couple and another woman from Illinois.
For the second time in eight months, Bellevue City Council member Pat Shannon is seeking a $6,000 raise for himself, his fellow council members and the city’s mayor.
Bellevue police first went to 30th and Sandra Streets to investigate a report of an armed person.
Officials learned in mid-May that the existing boundaries — which allowed anyone west of 120th Street in Douglas County and anyone in Sarpy, Cass, Dodge and Wasington counties to use the service — were no longer in compliance.
Three of the City Council’s six members wanted to restrict Skate City's license so that it could serve alcohol only during adult skating events. They cited the venue’s focus on children and the lack of a separate bar area as reasons for the restriction.
No charges will be filed in an April motorcycle crash that resulted in the deaths of a husband and wife, the Sarpy County Attorney's Office announced Friday.
By early August, the flood-damaged community of Paradise Lakes located east of Offutt Air Force Base will be razed to the ground. What remains unanswered is who will end up paying for the demolition, which is expected to top $1 million.
The council plans to discuss several changes to its meeting rules, including capping most people at 3 minutes of testimony per topic, requiring them to speak only about the topic at hand and setting standards for public behavior.
Crystal Dosher said that moment changed her life, because she had just started school and was watching her son begin his career as well.
Ali Al-Kazahg’s sister and two buddies said they know the 22-year-old Marine as a gun buff who was a bit of a showoff but responsible with his weapons.
Ali Al-Kazahg, 22, had two rifles, a pistol, a bump stock, a silencer and body armor. Authorities say he had made threatening comments at his home base in Hawaii; his intentions at Offutt remain unclear.
Col. Gavin Marks assumed command of the Air Force’s 55th Wing Friday morning in a ceremony at Offutt Air Force Base.
The $1 million the county set aside for land could now go to construction or operating costs if the partnership moves forward.
State Sen. Sue Crawford of Bellevue, who now holds the seat, has endorsed Susan Hester as her replacement. Crawford is term-limited and unable to seek reelection.
The county had approved a $1 million purchase agreement for a six-acre plot of land near 25th Street and Highway 370 in Bellevue. But, the county announced Thursday, they've decided against purchasing the Bellevue plot.
Fontenelle Forest in Bellevue was recently listed as number 27 on Prevention magazine's list of top 50 "Best Walks in America."
Heavy rains Monday night overcame a curb rainwater barrier behind the Bellevue strip mall. The rain eroded the soil, creating a large hole where the water appears to have flowed into the building.
The future of the Jones family farm, a bucolic haven for farm animals and 4-H families in Sarpy County, is uncertain now that the farm has been annexed into Bellevue.
A Burmese ramen pop-up is coming to Bellevue's Banh Mi Shop.
The Omaha plant, which cleans the sewage from about two-thirds of the Omaha area, was knocked offline March 15 by historic flooding. On May 16, the plant resumed full treatment.
Roger Jaeger, 46, is scheduled to be sentenced July 22 in Sarpy County District Court. He faces up to 80 years in prison.
A 30-year-old man died early Sunday when he was ejected in a rollover crash and was hit by another vehicle on U.S. Highway 75 in Sarpy County.