Douglas County 911 dispatchers said a child and an adult were hit around 9 p.m. Wednesday at North 33rd Street and Martin Avenue.
A site of recent violence became a place of healing Wednesday evening when more than a dozen gathered in the driveway of a house where a man was found slain Sunday.
Two brothers who were shot — one fatally — outside a South Omaha restaurant and nightclub were trying to defend their friend, the fiancée of one of the brothers said Monday.
The injured person was found at 1816 Spencer St., dispatchers said.
Cleanup has begun at flooded metro-area parks along the Missouri River, but it's not clear when the parks might reopen.
A 51-year-old Omaha man was sentenced Tuesday to 36 to 40 years in prison for the May 2017 shooting death of a 21-year-old man during a robbery outside McMillan Middle School.
Two people who were in the home at the time of the fire escaped unharmed. Fire crews rescued a dog from the home.
Troy D. Minnifield was taken to the Nebraska Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.
A police report said a witness told officers that the Outlander failed to stop for a red light and crashed into the Trailblazer.
Electric system operators could be required to purchase power for two years from coal and nuclear power plants deemed a national security priority.
Officials also said Sunday's fire was the second blaze at the vacant home in the past two weeks.
The stabbing was reported around 1:50 a.m. Wednesday at Big Jim's near North 30th Street and Ames Avenue.
Late Tuesday afternoon, a wrenching memorial service was held on North 28th Avenue, a few houses down from where the two boys found their father.
The shooting occurred near 3805 Lake St. about 9:55 p.m. Sunday, police said.
He watched two people steal his kids' pool. Within days, he'd gotten two replacements and a job opportunity.
Crews were dispatched to the house at 4544 N. 17th St. around 1:30 a.m. Thursday, officials said.
A 40-year-old Omaha man was arrested Wednesday in connection with a shooting near 24th Street and Ames Avenue.
More than a dozen other Omaha Public Schools students are researching black musicians who contributed to the city’s vibrant music scene from the 1940s to the 1960s but aren’t necessarily household names.
Dispatchers did not know where the shooting occurred, what time or how badly the person was injured.
In one of the cuttings, officers interviewed the victim, who said he was stabbed by a woman at a party, police said.
Kaleb Johnson, whose injuries were not considered life-threatening, told officers that he was in the area of 24th Street and Ames Avenue when he was struck by gunfire.
Each year, Omahans congregate at the parade to celebrate the holiday that marks the day when slaves in Texas learned of their freedom nearly three years after Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation in 1862.
The three teens were booked on suspicion of robbery, obstructing an officer and theft by receiving, police said.
When the bullets started flying, Moriah Clark-Dismuke was dancing. She was having fun at a birthday party for two 19-year-olds. Moriah managed to get up the basement stairs, out the side door and down the street to a friend’s car, where she finally discovered she’d been shot.
North Omaha cattleman and entrepreneur Herbert C. Rhodes lived a singular life of self-determination, from defeating racial segregation at the Peony Park swimming pool in 1963 and running the half-mile for Omaha University to leading the City of Omaha Human Relations Board and using skills from a long corporate career to create private success.
Fire officials were investigating two fires, one of which occurred in a service garage in southwest Omaha.