State Sen. Tom Brewer and John R. Lott Jr. write: "Much will remain unchanged with constitutional carry. Businesses and private property owners still have the right to exclude guns from their premises. Prohibitions remain in sensitive places, and laws about gun misuse are unchanged. Nebraskans must still be able to legally own a gun to carry it."
An Omaha law firm is once again offering a safe ride home for area residents who engage in too much New Year’s Eve revelry.
State officials ended the disciplinary action taken against St. Francis Ministries' child placing license. St. Francis needs the license to place children in foster or adoptive homes.
A Lincoln man argued his 2015 marriage was invalid, therefore he didn't violate state law when he married a different woman in 2018. The Nebraska Supreme Court upheld his 30-day jail sentence.
DES MOINES (AP) — Iowa motorists will soon have the option of keeping their driver’s license on their phones.
Lawmakers next year must debate whether to cap the number of horse track/casinos, to avoid oversaturation.
Tom Sage, executive director of the Nebraska Racing and Gaming Commission, said the proposed regulations are a "hodgepodge of best practices" from casino regulators across the Midwest.
The state Department of Health and Human Services has rightly stepped in, but the department must begin the transition to take over the services permanently.
State officials barred a Kansas contractor from caring for any new Omaha-area children and families for 60 days starting on Friday.
David J. Young was disbarred after he stole from his father, terrorized his girlfriend, took thousands of dollars in fees without doing any legal work and was accused of groping a client.
DETROIT — Michael Andretti has a 21-year-old son with zero interest in obtaining a driver’s license. Rideshare apps get him where he wants to go.
While mentors in Omaha's Step-Up program want young people to have lofty career goals, Denzell Dial is a cut above with eyes on a job working at 40,000 feet.
"Driving lessons start long before kids are behind the wheel. And as Stella, Zach and I bump along through this process, we are all getting better at our own parts in it."
Thirty-six years ago today, actress Debra Winger was ticketed for speeding in Gov. Bob Kerrey’s leased Lincoln and for driving without a valid license. The actress and Kerrey had been dating since 1983.
The Lincoln City Council on Monday approved a special designated license allowing Premier Catering to sell alcohol in Memorial Stadium during Garth Brooks' Aug. 14 concert.
Approval by the city and the Nebraska Racing and Gaming Commission would allow the track’s developers to pursue casino gambling there.
The Nebraska Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association has filed a building permit for alterations at the Lincoln Race Course, but it still could be months before patrons pull a lever.
The Ralston City Council met and discussed the following at its March 16 meeting:
After having been the target of hospital sanctions, criminal charges, and 15 lawsuits brought by Iowa women who claim he left them injured or disfigured, an Iowa surgeon has voluntarily surrendered his medical license.
Pulse writers speak strongly for or against proposed sex education standards now before the Nebraska State Board of Education.
"With so many unanswered questions related to oversight of the ethanol plant near Mead, the time is now for the Legislature to call for an expedited special committee to investigate."
Iowa regulators are investigating after cattle parts from Omaha meatpacking plants were found scattered across two farm fields northeast of Council Bluffs.