Strange weather had hampered the start of Nebraska’s vegetable growing season.
A man who was stabbed near 31st and Jackson Streets died of his injuries Wednesday night and another man was fatally shot early Thursday at 600 S. 27th St.
The Fourth of July offers a ceasefire for an increasingly polarized nation.
This chick was fortunate that it had enough feathers to glide, rather than just fall.
The crowds started to fill empty patches as the sun went down on the Metro Credit Union Celebrates America concert.
When one customer said Gerda's reminded him of his grandma's, it was easy to see why: Bright lights, white Formica counter, cluttered shelves, newspaper clippings and photos tacked up everywhere. A ringing phone, a humming, sweet-smelling kitchen, a line of people eager for food cooked with love.
The tour even attracted people who weren’t looking to move — some just wanted to see how the urban core of Omaha has changed.
The Douglas County Board voted Tuesday to award $3.25 million in tourism and culture grants to 62 organizations in 2018-19.
The incident occurred about 11:45 a.m. just east of the South Saddle Creek Road and Leavenworth Street intersection, Douglas County 911 dispatchers said.
Parks Director Brook Bench said the dog park will be unlike any other in the city.
When Charlie Graham Auto Body’s iconic neon sign squiggles across 42nd Street in midtown and apartments rise above a Wells Fargo Bank branch downtown, they likely will do so with help from property tax incentives.