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3 hrs ago | The Papillion 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.
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7 hrs ago | The Papillion Times
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.
11 hrs ago | WOWT-TV Omaha
It's Easter Sunday and many people celebrated by heading to church services this morning.
15 hrs ago | WOWT-TV Omaha
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.
19 hrs ago | WOWT-TV Omaha
Authorities are looking for information after a fight outside of a hotel in downtown Omaha ends with one man being shot.
20 hrs ago | The Papillion Times
Charlie Callison struggled to get his son Stephen committed to a treatment facility until Stephen's behavior became dangerous.
Omaha Public Library wants to help readers find new books - or at least books new to them.
This year, 124 people from Nebraska registered for the marathon, up from 85 in 2013.
Aubrey Savage takes the stage in a colorful bodice, skirt and wig made in part with latex condoms during the Nebraska AIDS Project Condom Fashion Show in 2011.
An Omaha native and World War II veteran has quite the story to tell, and it's one President Dwight Eisenhower kept secret for 40 years.
Members of the Learning Community Council on Thursday voted 13-0 to spend $350,000 on furniture and technology to outfit the building.
Each year, over 4,000 sons, daughters, mothers, and fathers were killed while walking in neighborhoods or crossing streets, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The Nebraska Supreme Court has issued a public reprimand for a Douglas County District judge for intervening in a friend's drunken driving case.
Omaha police are asking for the public's help in locating a man wanted in connection with a shooting last month.
Chevist Johnson was hired by the Omaha Police Department in 2011 to become its first gang specialist, focusing on north Omaha.
Metro student Jake Cornish competes in the electrical portion of the SkillsUSA Nebraska competition on Thursday.