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TreeHouse Foods to close Omaha office, cutting 200 workers

TreeHouse Foods will close its Omaha office early next year, affecting about 200 employees. Read more

Subscribers onlyNo water, electricity or power: Native American occupation of Alcatraz remembered in UNO exhibit

The exhibit will remain in Omaha through Aug. 10 and eventually make its way to Alcatraz to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the historic event. Read more

Subscribers onlyLife after Donut Stop: Sarah Baker Hansen's favorite Omaha-area spots

Like most Omaha teens of the '90s, I spent a handful of very, very late nights at the Donut Stop. They all sort of run together now, but I know they often happened after shows at Sokol Underground, after nights of after-hours dancing or after hitting the downtown bars, once I was old enough. Read more

Union Pacific reports record earnings, positive outlook despite $65 million setback

The Omaha-based railroad said its revenue totaled $5.67 billion, up 8 percent from $5.25 billion in the year-ago quarter.   Read more

Omaha native Terence 'Bud' Crawford wins 2018 ESPY for Best Fighter

Terence "Bud" Crawford became the sixth fighter ever to win titles at lightweight, junior welterweight and welterweight early this year with a ninth-round technical knockout against Australian Jeff Horn. Read more

Oh, deer! Three baby deer rescued from bottom of a well in Seward

Lynn Brumm couldn't shut out the deer's cries of distress as she watered her flowers. Read more