Fireworks-related injuries reported in the Omaha area ranged from burns to the hands and face to serious hand injuries resulting in the loss of fingers.
Former Enron Chairman Kenneth Lay, 64, died of a heart attack on July 5, 2006, in Aspen, Colorado. Lay was convicted in May 2006 of conspiracy to commit securities and wire fraud.
A homemade explosive device gouged out a large hole in a hallway floor of a Lincoln apartment building, police said Wednesday.
An 80-year-old Lincoln man told police that he shot his wife in the head because she had advanced Alzheimer's disease and he couldn't take care of her anymore.
Nebraska's expressway program was projected to be completed in 15 years, but about 178 miles remain undone. Some northeast Nebraska communities say they shouldn't have to wait much longer.
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A motorcyclist was critically injured over the weekend in an accident with a semi truck near 132nd Street and Platteview Road.
A 15-year-old Lincoln boy is in custody after he allegedly used a stolen handgun Wednesday night to kill his family's cat.
The parent company of Baker's Supermarkets now says that fully vaccinated customers and most fully vaccinated workers no longer will have to wear a mask in its stores.
A 20-year-old man died Sunday when the 2007 Yamaha motorcycle he was riding collided with an SUV in southwest Lincoln.
A gunman killed two people at a Wisconsin casino restaurant and seriously wounded a third before he was killed by police late Saturday, in what authorities said appeared to be a targeted attack.
Boys Town officials said a three-story, $30 million education center will be built on campus. Demolition of the current high school will begin immediately.
A 27-year-old man went to an Omaha hospital in critical condition early Wednesday after being found with gunshot wounds south of downtown.
An injured man got a ride to a Lincoln hospital in the bucket of a front-end loader, a trip that ended with police arresting the Caterpillar driver on suspicion of DUI.
The February deep freeze has hit about 15 Nebraska communities especially hard in terms of skyrocketing gas bills.
A man who had an IV needle hanging out of his arm stole a truck from outside Omaha's Immanuel Medical Center before driving onto Benson Golf Course, officials said.
Skills learned in OPS' new high school academies, pathways will translate into success in college, careers and beyond, officials say. Critics say students are being forced into careers at young ages.
As promised, the Douglas County Health Department began allocating a portion of its vaccine supply to public and nonpublic educators.
A 38-year-old man was charged with felony child abuse Tuesday after his wife took their 1-month-old son to a Lincoln hospital.
Gov. Pete Ricketts said he wants to make sure the so-called "federal retail pharmacy program" follows the same priority system as other vaccination efforts across the state, which are now in phase 1b.
The racial slur was reportedly spoken by someone in the Creighton Prep student section; a Prep official says the school is addressing the issue and such language "will not be tolerated."
A North Platte man died early Monday in a one-vehicle crash in south-central Nebraska.
Police investigating imposter police van
Blair man allegedly threatened wildlife officer