The Goodrich Scholarship Program at the University of Nebraska at Omaha traces its origins to 1972 with one question: “What could students fro…
The COVID-19 pandemic may end up changing our lives in some significant ways. To cite one example, it’s likely we’ll see a lot more people con…
Residents and workers in the Mead area got a glimmer of hope Tuesday when health officials explained a University of Nebraska/Creighton University proposed study.
Correctional officer Robert McFarland and nurse Lorena Schulte died in a hammer attack by two inmates during a failed escape attempt on March 23.
CHI Health soon will provide on-demand, 24/7 access to behavioral telehealth consultations at emergency rooms and clinics in rural Nebraska.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House announced Thursday that it is dedicating another $10 billion to try to drive up vaccination rates in low-income, minority and rural enclaves throughout the country.
Dame Julie Walters is urging the government to keep its promise to double the amount of money for dementia research funding.
The Revenue Committee authorized Sen. Mike Flood of Norfolk to prepare a legislative proposal that would give authority to the governor to commit up to $1 billion to accelerate highway construction.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom and state legislative leaders have reached an agreement aimed at getting most public school children back in clas…
It's New Year's Day, and that's a global sigh of relief you're hearing. A sigh that, today, humanity can look in the rear-view mirror and see 2020 receding into the distance.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and other top Democrats are pushing for more federal funding for vaccine distribution as talks on a long-…
Under Trump there have been some rollbacks in civil rights protections for LGBTQ people that Biden is vowing to restore and expand. But that may prove complicated if Republican lawmakers and the Supreme Court, now with a solid conservative majority, endorse the arguments of religious conservatives that some of those protections infringe on religious liberty.
Board members Clare Duda and Marc Kraft cite legal delays that subjected the project to higher inflationary costs and design changes spurred by the pandemic.
Although there’s far to go, Omaha has begun to climb out of its longstanding pension woes. Approval of the proposed police contract can continue that positive trend.