The Nebraska Department of Transportation has found that roundabouts improve safety and is turning to them more often at accident-prone intersections, like the intersection of Nebraska Highways 31 and 36.
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.
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The body of a missing man has been found in the Bennington area, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office said Friday.
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Tammy Trahan, her mother, said her organs have been received by several people.
Sara Steiner was taken to Creighton University Medical Center-Bergan Mercy after the Friday crash. Steiner's organs will be donated, said Tammy Trahan, her mother.
In June, Johnson was off duty when he sustained head injuries in a fall at a Waterloo storage unit.
The school district’s K-12 enrollment has swelled from less than 600 in 2000 to more than 2,500 today.
Flanagan Lake, a flood-control and recreational lake nine years in the making, officially opened at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday against a backdrop of sparkling blue water dotted with kayaks.
They call it “the farm” — and when Robert and Sharon Bruning bought it 40 years ago, the blue spruce that now towers over the old farmhouse at 162nd and Fort Streets stood just a few feet tall.
City officials had sought to change the formula under which people who own property in rural Douglas County are taxed to support Omaha libraries.
April Williams of CBSHome said the extended home-building burst is driven in part by the dwindling number of existing houses to choose from.