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Students at Adams Elementary in Omaha got a chance to put down their school books Tuesday night and celebrate the arts instead.
An Omaha man is dealing with a very rare form of cancer that only two out of a million people get diagnosed with each year, but he's not alone.
An Omaha woman, convicted of procuring alcohol for a minor in a case that led to a deadly crash, was sentenced Tuesday to 30 days in jail.
Omaha police made one arrest, but continue to search for three other suspects in connection to a robbery at Jackson Tower, near 27th and St. Marys Avenue.
Juvenile court is trying to put a family back together after a toddler cursing video went viral and children were placed in state care.
If Batman had a favorite Omaha event, this would be it: more than 250 Big Brown Bats were released Monday night.
Businesses and residents cope with both lanes shut at the same time, though the closure means construction should be completed perhaps twice as fast as single lane replacement.
Omaha police have made an arrest for a rash of break-ins at UNO last summer. Jayden Disher is facing several counts of theft and criminal mischief.
The University of Nebraska Medical Center will hosts its third annual Bike for Sight charity tour on Saturday, April 26, 2014.
For many families, it's time to do some spring cleaning; those who come across old electronics are in luck.
You have probably heard of the Broadway Hit Musical Wicked many times before, but hearing about it is nothing like seeing it! Wicked is by far one of the best shows I have ever seen, which could be why I have seen it five or six times.
Bob Markworth folded his hands and stared ahead at a massive basement room - a concert hall, really - that was full and empty all at once.
At the Make-A-Wish Blue Jean Ball, from left: Sheri Abramson and Jenni Herchenbach, event co-chairwomen; Kathy and Gary Gates, honorary chairmen; Michele Martin, president of the organization's Friends Council; Brigette Young, president of Make-A-Wish Nebraska; and Kelly Titus, event co-chairwoman.
It's Easter Sunday and many people celebrated by heading to church services this morning.
Police say four males entered the U-Stop at 13th and South streets just before 1:30 a.m. and demanded money as one suspect pulled a gun.