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In 1928, Margaret, John and Bryan were the first triplets born in Omaha and became front-page news. The end of their story came 11 years ago with the death of Margaret, the last of the Lee triplets.
After dating for four years, Omahan Nic Peterson proposed to his girlfriend Claire Beshaler on the day after Thanksgiving at her family home in Arnold, Nebraska.
Mary Haberstich says working at the zoo and in her garden keeps her busy. It was hard last year when, because of her treatment for breast cancer, she was too exhausted to do much in her yard.
One of the first houses in that area is for sale. All of the past caretakers have done their part to preserve its heritage.
Brick Days at the Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs this weekend will feature a 24-foot assault ship, a Star Wars creation and lots of trains.
Two Omaha-area couples were determined not to let last weekend's storms ruin the wedding days they had been planning for months. Candles, homemade cupcakes and generators saved the day.
You can give nature a boost by providing food for solitary pollinators and a place of their own with bee hotels.
Photographer and artist Mary Robbins uses everything from old bottles to mannequins to turn her backyard south of downtown Omaha into a work of art.
It was the one tree the residents in a Dundee neighborhood thought would never fall. The oak, estimated to be between 100- to 150-feet tall, silently toppled in last Saturday's hurricane-force winds.
The sooner a registered arborist checks over a damaged tree, the better. If the tree needs to be replaced, here are some tips on planting a new one.