A seven-page letter from the coalition of Republican attorneys general calls the president's mandate "illegal" and says it is likely to increase skepticism about the vaccines.
Some Douglas County residents still need convincing that COVID vaccinations are safe and effective, according to a new survey.
The Omaha City Council will vote Tuesday on proposed changes to Mayor Jean Stothert's proposed $456.1 million general fund budget the city's next capital improvement program.
Although the Epsilon variant is included on the Illinois health department’s website, a spokeswoman said it would be soon taken off the “variants of concern” list as it is not considered one by the CDC. The CDC lists the Epsilon variant, which includes multiple mutations, as a variant of interest.
Pedestrian-only zones have thrived in some cities. But business owners and city officials express skepticism that a similar zone would work in the Old Market — at least right now.
Schools, teachers and students are climbing out of their pandemic bunkers. How long will it take them to return to "normal," and what form will that take?
Paris Jackson “remains close” with her family after she recently said she felt “alone” after coming out to them, as sources say she is currently "doing well".
The steep shortage of affordable, high-quality child care for working families across the U.S. — a dire situation that was deemed a crisis decades before the pandemic — has only worsened during the past 15 months.
Omahans work hard to create a friendly atmosphere and be the kind of host community that visitors will appreciate and remember.
Sen. Ben Sasse described William J. Quinn and others involved in the case as child rapists. Quinn's defense team says Sasse's words could jeopardize their client's ability to get a fair trial.
Nebraska's expressway program was projected to be completed in 15 years, but about 178 miles remain undone. Some northeast Nebraska communities say they shouldn't have to wait much longer.
Rep. Adrian Smith has split from his fellow House members from Nebraska in two high-profile, politically charged moments. In an interview with The World-Herald, he offered insight into those votes.
The protracted inability of the state to fix such situations means that Nebraska taxpayers wind up subsidizing bad business practices.
Here's a look at some of the wins and losses during the 2021 session of the Nebraska Legislature.
Were the vaccines rushed through an expedited process that skipped some safety steps? Could adverse effects crop up years later? Omaha experts respond to these concerns and more.
Alvo, a tiny Cass County village with a cluster of homes and an abandoned main street, sits next to a mountain of scrap tires — 20 to 30 feet high and spanning an area larger than a football field.
There’s a wild card in the push to return to pre-pandemic life: Many workers don’t want to go back to the jobs they once had — with reasons including new career paths, child care and more.
State officials overseeing jails want Douglas County to address several concerns, such as room size, before receiving final approval for the downtown juvenile detention center plans.
Gas stations in the southeastern United States face significant outages Wednesday as the Colonial Pipeline shutdown stretches into a sixth day…
Nebraska lawmakers fell four votes short of ending a filibuster on a bill that would have provided tax credits for donations to a private and parochial school scholarship fund.
DES MOINES — Iowa public safety officials said Friday that security concerns have prompted the state to build a wrought iron fence around Terr…