Jocelyn Bailey, an internal medicine doctor at Methodist Hospital, will appear on an episode of "House Hunters" on Thursday.
Trisha Rajaram, an eighth-grader from Millard North Middle School in Omaha, is one of the 53 state and territory Google Doodle winners.
This isn't a bad "Snakes on a Plane" sequel.
The initiative exposes high school students to considerable college-level work. The students and their families may save thousands of dollars, depending on where the student would have spent his or her first two years of college.
The street construction season is underway. Here's what to know to help you get around.
You can sample these various brews by taking a road trip across our great state, or, you could save a lot of time and money by visiting Local Beer, Patio and Kitchen instead.
If your daughter started wearing giant bows in her hair, this rising star is probably responsible.
When his fellow custodians learned that Kris Boger and his wife were trapped in their home by floodwaters, they began asking for donations. “I don’t even know what to say. It’s overwhelming,” he said.
'Tiny' bugs found among blueberries were swiftly removed and posed no health threat, Millard parents were told.
Northbound traffic lanes will be closed between Millard Avenue and Q Street, and southbound lanes between Q and U Streets.
Should you call in and report that house on the corner that still hasn't shoveled, or talk to your neighbors before lodging a complaint?
District officials are exploring turning snow days into learning days by making use of district laptops that students take home in sixth through 12th grades.
A new scoreboard with a big video screen is on the way for Buell Stadium at Millard South High School, where all three Millard high schools play their home football games.
About 200 students competed in the difficult contest, where kids solve mathematical problems that would leave most people crying “uncle.”
The real impact of higher valuations won't be known until after local governments set their spending budgets and tax rates, but there’s already some shock going around. Officials say: Blame a hot housing market.
A group of fourth-graders wrote essays urging State Sen. Lou Ann Linehan to help give corn that distinction. On Monday, they'll be watching a legislative hearing on her bill.
Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Harrison Phillips, a Millard West alum, stopped by his old school Friday to show off his muscles during a push-up contest.
The team won its first of two national titles at the UDA National Dance Team Championship in Orlando.
The owners "were made an offer we couldn’t refuse" for the building and land.
In a rare ruling last week, the Nebraska Supreme Court rebuked an Omaha judge and in the process revealed a tawdry ordeal that involved a Millard Public Schools employee, her contractor lover, her Facebook artwork and her eventual replacement as project manager, who just happened to be the judge’s brother-in-law.
Millard school board members voted Monday to keep the same board officers for another year.
A truck involved in a shooting at an Omaha department store Friday was later pulled from the water at Zorinsky Lake.
In the first year of the a new contract, the company will pay its drivers not less than $18.25 an hour.
Jerome Charvat, 60, fell from a platform at the Andover Pointe Apartments site.
In her new book, “The Road to the Hike of Lake Haiyaha,” Laurie Travis recounts the experience of releasing her brother’s ashes in the mountains and going through the process of losing two of her favorite people in the world within six months of each other.
For several years, the Millard students have been pen pals with Richard Slovek, 91, a veteran of World War II.