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A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the Omaha metro area from 3 a.m. Sunday to 6 p.m. Sunday.
A winter weather advisory is effective across the Omaha metro and most of the Heartland beginning at 3 AM until 6 PM Sunday.
Rudy Smith, a longtime World-Herald photographer, is being honored Sunday by the local NAACP.
Norm Ridder has a chance to go home again. The longtime Springfield schools superintendent and Nebraska native has been named a finalist for the top education job in the Cornhusker State.
Papillion firefighters are looking to spread holiday cheer and happiness to injured children and they're asking for help from the community.
Hands-on, kid-friendly science booths are needed for the free Science Expos April 24 and 25 at The Durham Museum in Omaha and the Strategic Air and Space Museum near Ashland.
A tragic train wreck Sunday in New York produced a flurry of news media calls to an expert in Omaha who says the apparent cause of the crash is a reminder to those of us who drive cars, not trains.
Officials say a petition will be filed in Sarpy County juvenile court against the teenage driver in a crash that killed a 15-year-old Omaha boy two months ago.
Firefighters from Omaha and Bellevue responded to the call around 1:15 near 26th and Linda.
Wile going through some boxes in storage at First Unitarian Church at 31st and Farnam, Yvonne Price remembered an old quilt church members made back in 1898.
The temperature is bottoming out and the metro is caught in the icy grip of the season.
A FORMER OMAHA SENATOR GETS PROBATION, FOR SPENDING aCAMPAIGN DOLLARS AT A aCASINO.
A self-described young professional wants to serve her community at the state level.
Omaha Public Schools says the students were found in possession of the weapon at Benson High School Magnet on Thursday.
Here's how not to be picked as employee of the month. Steal from your new employer less than two years after stealing from your old boss.
A Douglas County District Court jury deliberated for about 90 minutes before finding Mashaunda I. Ball guilty of causing a Boston terrier named Bubbles to die of starvation.