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Henry is a general assignment reporter, but his specialty is deep dives into state issues and public policy. He's also into the numbers behind a story, yet to meet a spreadsheet he didn't like. Follow him on Twitter @HenryCordes. Phone: 402-444-1130.
A homegrown Omaha toy company has been purchased by one of the world’s biggest toy producers, a transaction the founder of Fat Brain Toys says leaves the company poised for growth here.
While Blueprint Nebraska supports a report on proposed changes to the state's tax code, critics say it will shift the burden to middle- and lower-income families.
If Nebraska had the same per-capita COVID-19 death rate as Iowa, almost 370 more Nebraskans would be dead. One reason: Iowans are older.
The top vote-getter in May’s crowded primary election, however, was 72-year-old Fred Conley. But State Sen. Ernie Chambers has endorsed 30-year-old Terrell McKinney to be his successor.
More than 2,000 Omaha jobs at TD Ameritrade are at stake in the merger. One good sign: Schwab will use the Omaha company's online trading platform.
A study found that there would be savings of roughly $250,000 a year to have the state operate the plan. But there would also be upfront costs of about $4 million to integrate the two systems.
Until now, the vast majority of the deadly outbreaks have never been publicly disclosed. One official likened it to "a damn grass fire."
"Your result is immediate." Frequent antigen testing aims to help Nebraska nursing homes prevent or contain coronavirus outbreaks.
The $101 million science center, which will overlook the Missouri River on city parkland, is being funded entirely by private donors.