LOS ANGELES (AP) — Thieves have been raiding cargo containers aboard trains nearing downtown Los Angeles for months, taking packages belonging…
The major freight railroads across North America continue to experiment with alternative locomotive fuels as a way to reduce their greenhouse …
The first showdown in the North Omaha Bottoms was in 1890, when Union Pacific sought the removal of 30 families who occupied a 50-foot strip between Locust and Nicholas Streets.
A 69-year-old woman died after her car was struck by a Union Pacific train about one mile east of Cozad in south-central Nebraska.
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KEARNEY, Neb. — A teenage girl was injured when the car she was driving collided with a train west of Kearney, authorities there said.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Wearing a floppy hat, a floor-length pattern dress and a long beaded necklace, Alice Brown, aka Debbie LaCroix, described h…
'Mascotte was a big joke but it looked good while it lasted.' The village had a factory, railroad depot, hotel, general store, school and about 40 cottages. By 1915, it was all gone.
Golden Spike Days of 1939 was a four-day gala that involved just about everybody in play-acting the customs and styles of 1869, or what they were imagined to be.
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Federal regulators say the nation's four largest railroads shouldn't be able to exclude all the details of their conversations from lawsuits c…
First responders were called to the area of 2nd Avenue and South 12th Street in the Bluffs about 10:40 p.m.
Officials "made the difficult decision to cancel the event for the safety of the community," according to a press release.
The COVID-19 pandemic has hammered all sectors of the transportation industry. Freight-carrying railroads have also been hit, but not to the degree of airlines and auto manufacturers.
ROANOKE, Va. — Jeff Hollandsworth was told to do something recently that he had never done before in his many years working for Norfolk Southe…
Union Pacific wants a court to invalidate an 1872 pact requiring it to keep a certain number of jobs in an east Texas town indefinitely.
Union Pacific a year ago became the latest rail carrier to implement precision scheduled railroading, an operational tactic that in recent years has been fundamentally changing the railroad industry across the country. But that drive for efficiency has also taken a big toll on the workforce of one of Omaha’s largest and most important employers.