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It was a chance to work one-on-one with Broadway greats. The Rose's resident choreographer and BROADWAY at The Rose director Sue Gillespie Booton was one of eight people chosen for the special experience.
9 hrs ago | The Dam Station
Gone is the familiar sight of banners plastered on the side of towering grain elevator silos along eastbound Interstate 80 in Omaha.
13 hrs ago | 1110 KFAB
The council voted unanimously on Tuesday after hearing community concerns. The land bank will have the authority to buy or accept donations of tax-delinquent, run-down or abandoned houses or lots.
MORE THAN TWO HUNDRED MARIJUANA PLANTS... SOME COCAINE ... EVEN AN ASSAULT RIFLE.
Hair styling, a multi-million dollar business, is booming even bigger in the summer when men and women everywhere struggle to control frizzy, limp tresses.
FIRST TONIGHT..THE FATE OF FIXING UP OMAHA PUBLIC SCHOOLS..COULD SOON BE IN YOUR HANDS.
A U.S. Air Force Heartland of America Band vocalist and American Idol contestant will be entertaining the "troops" at The Salvation Army Kroc Center's Camp Kroc this week.
Janyl Jumadinova and Oliver Bonham-Carter exchanged vows Saturday in Forest Lawn Cemetery.
Join First National Bank, WOWT NBC Omaha and Shadow Lake Towne Center as we Stuff the Bus in collecting backpacks and supplies to help less fortunate children in our community go back to school.
LOOKING TO GET AWAY AND OUT OF THE CITY FOR A DAY? WHO ISN'T? THIS WEEK ON FIRST NEWS... WE ARE SHOWING YOU FUN THINGS TO DO WITH THE FAMILY NOT TOO FAR FROM OMAHA.
ON OUR COUNTRY'S SOUTHERN BORDER --- IS BRINGING DOLLARS TO OMAHA. THOSE FEDERAL --- IMMIGRATION PRISONERS --- CAPTURED AT THE BORDER, HAVE TO BE HOUSED SOMEWHERE.
David Earl chats with Erich Hover and Brett Cullen about their film project which aims to shine a light on the effect Alzheimer's has on families ALZHEIMERS IS A DISEASE THAT AFFECTS MILLIONS OF AMERICANS.
An Omaha man faces a felony after letting a neighbor know he didn't like the text message that man sent to his daughter.
The Jan. 20 structural collapse of International Nutrition Inc.'s Omaha-facility, was caused by overloading nine storage bins on the building's roof level, an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has found.
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Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 05:52 pm
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