An Omaha banker wants to take the former Dana College campus and use it to address two problems: homeless former foster care youths and Nebraska’s workforce shortage.
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Sharon Shore wants to see Congress enact a law that would require and automatic shutoff for keyless ignition cars. She says this would make her parent's death of carbon monoxide poisoning have meaning.
In an interview with The World-Herald, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren talked about plans that would dramatically change how people get their health insurance and where insurance company employees work as well as how crop subsidies and ethanol exemptions are handled.
Sen. Ben Sasse struck a tone similar to that of his first election bid, juxtaposing folksy stories with sweeping proclamations about the nature of liberty and the philosophical underpinnings of American government.
The Lincoln businessman says Sasse is not pro-Trump enough. Sasse has an announcement planned for Monday.
The 1st Congressional District Republican's Wednesday meeting in Bellevue mostly was dominated by disagreements about issues such as health care, the federal income tax overhaul and racism.
The town hall will be 7 p.m. Aug. 7 at Fire Barn Sports Bar & Grill at 2523 Rover Road Drive in Waterloo.
The Omaha Public Power District said Friday that it had heard from 70 people who were targeted by scammers purporting to be from the utility.
A national Republican group criticized Nebraska Democrat Gladys Harrison this week, suggesting she's unqualified to run for Congress because of a 1986 shoplifting conviction and a handful of driving tickets.
"This doesn’t happen very often in the United States," said a Chicago-based developer. "I cannot think of a single project in my 22 years with Hines of a magnitude like this with the amount of money that's been raised by the private sector."