A person who bought a Nebraska Pick 5 ticket in Valley is holding a ticket worth $70,000, the Nebraska Lottery said.
A La Vista woman pleaded guilty to a charge of felony child abuse in connection with the death of her 1-month-old son.
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Nebraska Commissioner of Education Matt Blomstedt honored Nathan Bassett with the award during a surprise ceremony Wednesday.
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A Twitter account called SaveOmahaPublicLibrary raised alarm about the possibility that the city's library system would be merged with a private group. But officials said the concern is unfounded.
Douglas County health officials on Wednesday reported the county's first death from the West Nile virus.
Omaha and Carlentini, Italy, signed a Sister City Friendship Agreement on Wednesday, pledging to build on their long-standing connection with new cultural, civic and business exchanges.
Expect to see pets of all types, shapes and sizes on parade Sunday as the Nebraska Humane Society's "Marge Durham Walk for the Animals" fundraiser returns.
The Douglas County chief deputy sheriff who is running for sheriff has secured endorsements from the interim officeholder and three police chiefs in the county.
Omaha Public Schools will launch a new website on Oct. 1 and a mobile app for families later this fall.
A 28-year-old Bellevue man was critically injured and his leg dismembered in a crash Tuesday afternoon.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted to extend a 2016 law for five more years that allows a public-private partnership to build the Omaha VA Medical Center’s new $86 million ambulatory care clinic.
A Bellevue elementary school principal is on paid leave after being charged with drunken driving in connection with a crash that critically injured a motorcyclist.
Five Nebraska schools have been honored as 2021 National Blue Ribbon Schools, an annual award from the U.S. Department of Education.
A deputy Omaha police chief aims to be the next Douglas County sheriff and head the agency where he began his law enforcement career.
Debonair burglar, prison inmate, government witness and escape artist Kenneth Kitts was captured 70 years ago today after escaping from the Douglas County Courthouse one week earlier.
One elementary school would be demolished and rebuilt, others would be upgraded to modern security systems and floor plans, and the high school would get new competition baseball and softball fields.