If an eminent domain battle wasn’t enough drama, Douglas County’s effort to acquire a site for a $120 million justice center also became entangled in a three-year-old divorce case, in which the putative ex-wife contends her recently remarried ex-husband is still married to her.
Ted and Wally's ice cream shop is known for creating some exotic flavors. That reputation helped land the Omaha business on national TV this week.
The Donut Stop, famous for drawing night owls to its late-night baked treats, plans to close its doors this fall.
Dr. Daniel DeBehnke, Nebraska Medicine’s CEO, said there is a clear need for access to health care in the area with the current residential and business growth downtown.
Jeremey Abboud, 40, was taken to the Nebraska Medical Center in serious condition, according to Sgt. Jason Menning of the Omaha Police Department’s accident investigation unit.
Markese Davis will stand trial on a charge of being a felon in possession of a firearm, a judge ruled Friday.
The body was found at 1049 Park Ave. The body was just outside the back door of a house at that location.
The owner of a century-old building on 18th and Howard Streets says he plans to file a lawsuit challenging Douglas County’s move to seize his property and demolish it, making way for a $120 million juvenile justice center.
420 S. 18th St. is a well-preserved glimpse of Omaha history, architect Bob Perrin said.
In an announcement Tuesday, MetLife said it would add more than 150 jobs over the next several months for the customer service center it expects to open by the end of this year.
The property’s owner, architect Bob Perrin, rejected the county’s offer to buy his four-story, 40,000-square-foot office building at 420 S. 18th St., for $900,000 back in May.
A 54-year-old man faces three additional rape charges after officials say his DNA connected him to attacks on three different women years ago.
If it weren't for taxpayers, the Hilton Hotel attached to downtown's convention center and arena might not have gotten built. Now the city says it can take steps to get out of the hotel business and eventually get taxpayers off the hook for about $140 million in debt attached to the hotel.
The girl was taken to Nebraska Medical Center, where she was listed in critical condition.
The Diner served its last meals Sunday at 12th and Harney Streets, and the Old Market place was packed. The retro landmark built in 1983 will be torn down to make way for a hotel. The Diner’s owners, Ken Schroeder and Rick Daly, will reopen their business Tuesday inside Billy Frogg’s, 1120 H…
The Home Run Derby and fireworks show had originally been scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday. But just before the event was to begin, thunderstorms swept into the area, bringing drenching rain, lightning and strong winds, forcing the event to be postponed.
If MECA isn’t subject to public records laws, Chambers said he’ll introduce a bill in the Nebraska Legislature “so that such will not be the case.” He said he’s researching the matter.
The new bridge spans from the southeast corner of the former Creighton campus on the west and aligns with the pedestrian mall on the Creighton campus to the east.
The manager of the city-owned convention center said it's not subject to the state's public records laws.
The College World Series game 3 final is set to begin at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at TD Ameritrade, officials said, and the Sugarland concert will go off a little later in the evening about a block or so away at the CenturyLink Center.
The naming-rights deal is an acknowledgment of reality: Even a nonprofit health system like CHI Health operates in a marketplace in which patients can choose where to take their health care business. CHI Health needs to advertise to be in the conversation, industry watchers say.
Urban Village Development, which has built or converted numerous other structures around town, finalized its purchase of the property Friday.
Crews were called in to clean up fuel and antifreeze spills in the eastbound lanes.
Some early reviews were negative, with people posting on social media that the new name sounded like a hospital or medical center. But officials shrugged off the notion that people may be confused.
Officials checked their general health and determined their genders — three healthy females.