The combination of high heat and humidity will make being outside uncomfortable.
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The Sarpy County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday that Abigail Barth was the driver of the eastbound 2017 Ford Fusion when it veered off Platteview Road just west of 180th Street, came to rest in a creek and caught fire.
The National Weather Service's updated forecast for Wednesday through Friday no longer is calling for temperatures of 100 degrees or higher in the Omaha area. But we'll be close enough.
Two Nebraska football players were ticketed last week after a traffic stop in Lincoln.
The crash occurred before 8:30 a.m. Thursday on Nebraska Highway 92, about two miles west of Merna,
South and west of Kearney, the cities of Lexington, Cozad and Holdrege also were dealing with flooding. With a little more rain on the way Tuesday night and the ground too saturated for rivers to drain quickly, flooding is expected to continue in some areas into the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
The SUV was southbound when the driver lost control of the vehicle, which then entered a cornfield on the east side of the road and rolled.
CHI Health will have a tent set up in Memorial Park where they can treat people who overheat at the concert.
The closure is because of the Gene Leahy Mall project.
Officers found 44-year-old Christy Hribal suffering from a gunshot wound. She was airlifted to a Des Moines hospital, where she later died.