The new pooch will replace Sven, the hospital's original canine employee, who retired last spring.
The State of Nebraska and Douglas County each will get $111 million, with nearly $113 million going to the City of Omaha. Sarpy County will get $36 million, and the City of Bellevue, $8.4 million.
Nebraska state senators rejected a bill to provide extra state aid to dozens of rural school districts that receive little, if any, so-called "equalization" aid.
Nebraska lawmakers advanced a bill to spend $40 million on expanding broadband services after rejecting an amendment that would have allowed cities and towns to enter the services market.
Seeking to capitalize on recent momentum, students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are renewing the call for the university to divest fr…
AltEn Ethanol, the troubled ethanol processor at Mead, Nebraska, hasn’t paid property taxes to Saunders County since 2014.
Additional money is available to all eligible undergraduate students who are enrolled full-time at Chadron, Peru and Wayne State Colleges for the fall 2021 term.
If you’re in a position to invest when the economy is at its worst, PennyGem’s Justin Kircher some industries that may be “recession proof.”
An advocacy group calls for the resignation of Jim Macy from the board of the Nebraska Environmental Trust.
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Heat the Streets raises funds to help those who need assistance with their utility bills. The fundraiser benefits energy assistance programs offered by OPPD and MUD.
In the 21st century's wired economy, high-speed broadband service is increasingly critical in business operations, agriculture, school instruction and personal life.
Step-Up Omaha, a public-private program that provides job training and job opportunities to young people ages 14 to 21, is accepting applicants for 2021.
Rural broadband can be expensive and difficult to provide, but massive amounts of money have been directed to that effort. So why isn't high-speed internet more available in rural Nebraska?
Nebraska needs to invest in high-speed internet for rural areas in order to expand the economy and educate schoolchildren, says Gov. Ricketts. 'We've got to have this infrastructure. It's basic.'
PennyGem’s Elizabeth Keatinge tells us how you can get started investing in the stock market, even if you don’t have much cash to start.
The Friends of the Environmental Trust called Gov. Pete Ricketts' appointments to the Nebraska Environmental Trust board "backward." He said the criticism was politically motivated and incorrect.
New York City officials announced this week that two pension funds for city workers will divest an estimated $4 billion in securities related …
Slowing the growth of K-12 school spending was one thing that was left out of a property tax relief bill passed earlier this year, and Ricketts said he will be asking state lawmakers to rectify that.
Thousands of working Nebraskans have seen the pandemic wreck their personal finances, a toll sometimes obscured by Nebraska's nation-best 3% unemployment rate.