The Omaha zoo’s amphibian conservation team recently reached a milestone with the first-ever repatriation effort for western boreal toads and the release of its 100,000th amphibian into the wild.
A handful of Omaha-area businesses are requiring employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. But more are stopping at encouraging workers to get vaccinated.
The Waterford building is the first constructed at the Fountain Ridge office park near 192nd Street and West Dodge Road.
Seventeen Nebraska lawmakers sent a letter to the Kellogg CEO Steven Cahillane Thursday to show "unwavering solidarity" with the company's striking workers.
The union and Kellogg have been at an impasse at the bargaining table for more than a year, according to the local union president.
A proposal by an obscure state board to obtain more authority over public power districts has created a firestorm of concern and confusion among those utilities and some environmental groups.
Human antibodies produced by a herd of dairy cattle are being tested as a potential treatment for non-hospitalized patients with mild to moderate COVID.
On March 29, 2020, Kelly Mann and Jason Bogner were gearing up for a memorable week for their startup company, AuditMiner. That week indeed proved to be memorable — but for the wrong reasons.
Each residence would be about 1,500 square feet and have its own deck and garage with two stalls.
Ava Thomas, the president and publisher of the Lincoln Journal Star, also will take on the same roles at the Omaha World-Herald, Lee Enterprises announced Friday.
With uncertain delivery schedules this holiday season, some Omaha retailers have been preparing for possible inventory shortages by ordering their items early.
Facebook donated $250,000 this week to a group building a memorial in Papillion that will honor Nebraskans who served, and died, in the Vietnam War.
Wittstruck & Associates, located in Omaha's Rockbrook Village, is expected to complete negotiations with Olsson Nov. 1.
Phil Raimondo is being remembered as the leader of one of Nebraska's most prominent manufacturing firms, who was involved in efforts to train a new generation of workers in tech and manufacturing.
A $22 million new headquarters plan by Youth Emergency Services (YES) would renovate a vacant office building northwest of 27th Street and St. Mary's Avenue, and construct a residential wing.
Measuring over 100,000 square feet, the Automotive Training Center houses the automotive technology and auto collision technology programs. It also has space for general education and welding courses.
A year after launching, GS Labs has 16 pop-up COVID testing sites in six states and two labs in Omaha. It's also part of a national debate over the high prices that private labs can charge.
A global parts shortage has led to sparse lots at car dealerships in the Omaha area and unfinished combines at a Grand Island plant.
One proposal under discussion is a bill from Nebraska Republican Sen. Deb Fischer that would require packers to acquire more of the cattle they slaughter through bidding on open livestock markets.
Farmers and ranchers have endured years of declining prices for their cattle. Meanwhile, the four big packers, who control 85% of the market for fattened cattle, have seen their share skyrocket.