Ja’Vion Milton’s injuries were described as serious but not life-threatening.
If no one changes their minds, the proposal needs a yes vote from either Jerram or Pahls to pass, and from both for a veto-proof 5-2 majority.
People will need to be extraordinarily vigilant about safety with new types of users on the streets, one advocate of active transportation says.
You can walk, you can run, but you can't scoot to the gates of TD Ameritrade Park to take in a College World Series game.
Events started Thursday, but Sunday was the big day, including a processional to bring the statute of St. Lucy from St. Frances Cabrini Church at 10th and William Streets to her installation at the riverfront along with offerings by the faithful.
The 30-story building is 478 feet tall.
Archdiocese celebration, Summer Arts Festival and Santa Lucia Festival converge on area that once saw few crowds.
Up next are apartments. In the future: offices, retail, townhomes, likely a hotel, a park and entertainment area with restaurants and a musical performance space.
Black smoke from a fire at a salvage yard at 902 Grace St. could be seen throughout downtown Omaha on Thursday afternoon.
The downtown lighting display had been in the Gene Leahy Mall for years, but construction in the mall has forced the move.
Developers are turning the building at 18th and Jackson Streets back to the way it was used in the 1920s, with living space above retail.
"It's our goal to prevent violence and deter potential bad actors from even coming near the event or downtown area," Omaha Police Deputy Chief Scott Gray said.
The CWS has announced the performers for this year’s tournament and the list features a collection of individual singers and groups from four states.
The City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved an updated set of parking fees that establishes a $16 minimum cost. Some tickets will cost a lot more, from $32 for blocking a fire hydrant to $100 for expired plates.
People with three parking tickets more than 30 days old might need a phone to pay up in order to pry a device — called a “Barnacle” — off their car.
A two-block tract of north downtown Omaha — once a surface parking lot known as “The Yard” — now is fully transformed into the three-piece campus developers announced four years ago.
The scooters are here.
Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert signed a City Council resolution Tuesday allowing electronic scooters in the city, but said she still has concerns.
The scooters will be available in downtown Omaha, midtown and Benson.
This is National Police Memorial Week, and several other events are planned.
The hope had been to launch scooters in Omaha today, but the start is being put off because of rainy weather. Some other things aren't yet decided, such as where the scooters will be located.
Beginning Tuesday, the southernmost lane of Douglas Street will be closed between 10th and 14th Streets for the next several months.
Mike Boyle is poised to switch his vote to yes on issuing bonds to build a courthouse annex and juvenile detention center in downtown Omaha.
Proponents of the project are seeking to address criticism that their project is focusing too much on erecting buildings and not enough on improving the juvenile justice system or services for youths and families.
Downtown Omaha’s signature water feature is nearly dry, a key step toward the city's donor-driven $290 million riverfront makeover.