A person called emergency dispatchers Wednesday evening and reported being shot near the North Freeway and Ames Avenue.
GENEVA (AP) — The World Health Organization gave emergency use authorization Friday to a COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by China's Sinopharm, potentially paving the way for millions of the doses to reach needy countries through a U.N.-backed program rolling out coronavirus vaccines.
Kate Ferdinand struggled to walk for six weeks after her caesarean section, which she says left her "traumatised" and suffering with "all-time high" anxiety.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Relentless winds and rain pummeled large swaths of the South on Tuesday, causing tornadoes, sparking a flash flood emergency in Alabama and damaging homes from Texas to Virginia. The storms prompted boat rescues, toppled trees and power lines and raised the threat of flash floods elsewhere in the region.
Trips to the Nebraska Medical Center's emergency room will require a detour this week as repairs are made to 44th Street.
The Nebraska congressman’s tests last week reportedly “infuriated at least some Capitol Police officers.”
The Nebraska State Patrol is among the law enforcement agencies sending officers to the Twin Cities to assist with security as the trial of Derek Chauvin approaches a verdict.
Guests staying at the DoubleTree Hotel said they heard an explosion, felt the building shake and then looked outside and saw smoke.
The four injured people were taken to Creighton University Medical Center-Bergan Mercy.
The February deep freeze has hit about 15 Nebraska communities especially hard in terms of skyrocketing gas bills.
Firefighters from Carter Lake and Omaha fought a fire Monday afternoon at City Motor Super Shop in Carter Lake.
Two years ago today, flood concerns were growing as the forecast called for blizzard conditions in western Nebraska and rain in the eastern part of the state.
Near the beginning of the pandemic, Gabriella Formenti, a doctor from a village in northern Italy, started feeling exhausted and had a high fever.
Douglas County residents may hear sirens Thursday and Friday as the county's emergency management agency tests the outdoor emergency siren system.
With a weekend forecast of below-zero temperatures, many are bracing for the cold. “In our overnight shelter, when it becomes very cold we've seen people who have had some frostbite.”
It's not yet clear how the rent and utility assistance will be distributed. City officials were still working on those details this week.
Crews were expected to be on 12-hour shifts to address bad intersections and hills, slick spots in neighborhoods and the piles of snow in the middle of Dodge and downtown streets, Mayor Stothert said.
Monday's winter storm frustrated motorists, kept schoolchildren at home, and gave some a day of quiet joy. Also, it brought a lot of shoveling.