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Subscribers onlyOmaha police are solving more homicides, but some relatives are still waiting

The Omaha Police Department has drastically improved its homicide clearance rates since 2013, and the department has been able to sustain the high numbers. Most stark was that the rate of cases solved has nearly doubled in the northeast precinct where about half of the city’s homicides occurred. Read more

Four-star Burke linebacker Nick Henrich, state’s highest-rated recruit, commits to Nebraska

To all his buddies who kept asking where he’d play college football, Omaha Burke linebacker Nick Henrich offered his answer Saturday night. Nebraska. Read more

Subscribers only10th Street area residents, hoping to protect neighborhoods' history, look to lead development

A rare local revolt has a group of area residents galvanizing under a seasoned urban planner’s guidance to create a proactive guide for how their home turf is transformed. Can their vision come to fruition? Read more

As a frequent critic of Senate, Ben Sasse faces a choice about running again

It is unclear whether Sasse, 46, will seek another six-year term in 2020, has his sights on a different position or is ready to abandon elective politics altogether. Read more