The move will increase Creighton's presence in Phoenix, giving students in its health sciences programs more training opportunities and providing an in to recruit Arizona students for its health sciences programs.
Douglas County District Judge Peter Bataillon issued a temporary restraining order Tuesday against the county taking title to architect Bob Perrin's building at 420 S. 18th St.
The Ponca Tribe's long-sought casino in Carter Lake is nearly ready to open in late October — and it's already paying off for the host city.
It doesn’t fit the typical neighborhood vision of rows of houses, white picket fences and kids playing catch in the front yard. But some families say the perks outweigh the inconveniences.
The Omaha City Council on Tuesday signed off on more than $14 million in property tax incentives for six projects, including those to restore condos near M's Pub and to bring the Blackstone Hotel to new life.
420 Condominium Association Inc., which is representing the owners of 12 residential units above M's, is asking for nearly $700,000 in tax-increment financing.
The property in question is part of the site the county is trying to assemble for a potential two-building complex.
In its first public meeting, the Douglas County Unified Justice Center Development Corp. sought to shore up support Friday for the detention center part of a two-building complex proposed for downtown Omaha.
Two action items are on the agenda for the first public meeting of the board of a nonprofit corporation formed to develop a Douglas County Courthouse annex and youth detention center complex.
The Omaha Planning Board voted unanimously Wednesday to recommend that the City Council approve the redevelopment plan.
Workers were removing the CenturyLink lettering on the outside of the building on Tuesday.
A local development team has been quietly assembling property to make way for a new retail and housing district on a southwest fringe of downtown Omaha.
The Woodmen Tower will be lit with orange lights next week to raise awareness about hunger relief.
Tuesday, the Omaha City Council voted unanimously to recommend approval of a liquor license for Tiny House LLC. The application, which now moves to the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission, met some opposition.
Board member Mike Boyle announced during a raucous County Board meeting Tuesday that he changed his mind and is now against building a new juvenile detention center downtown.
This fall Creighton will have a record 1,155 freshmen. Eighteen percent are from the metro area, up from 15 percent last year.
Phelan said one goal is to provide a casual and comfortable setting for people to interact with cats so they know which is the right one for them to adopt. But you don't have to adopt — you can just watch the cats play or get some cuddle time.
Omaha City Council President Ben Gray and Douglas County Board member Jim Cavanaugh clashed Thursday at a forum on plans to build a new courthouse annex and youth detention center in downtown Omaha.
Peter Nelson said he has no paralysis and has been able to walk, but he does have numbness in his right leg because of nerve damage. Nelson said he has relied on his Christian faith to see him through his ordeal.
The Douglas County Board engaged the public Tuesday in a marathon public hearing about a proposed $120 million courthouse expansion and youth detention center and an alternative from a critic on the board.
There will be a clash of plans at the Douglas County Board meeting Tuesday. And it could turn into a battle royale over a proposed $120 million downtown county justice center.
The ex-wife of a man who was shot and killed Sunday called him a good guy who may have had a meth problem.
The board of a nonprofit corporation formed to develop a new Douglas County justice center will hold its future meetings in public.
Omaha’s downtown Summer Arts Festival may move back to its old stomping grounds around the City-County Building and Douglas County Courthouse next year.
The city's Landmarks Commission voted to recommend historic status to a building on 18th and Howard Streets that the County Board has targeted to acquire by eminent domain and demolish to make way for a planned $120 million juvenile justice center.
The man was taken to the Nebraska Medical Center, where he is listed in serious condition.