The Republican candidate for Nebraska’s U.S. Senate seat, Deb Fischer, is being endorsed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
For the 7th year in a row, enrollment at the University of Nebraska at Omaha has grown.
A two-day symposium starting Monday in Omaha focuses on the needs of the homeless in Nebraska and western Iowa.
The candidates for Nebraska’s open U.S. Senate seat will debate in Omaha later this month.
Omaha’s new Police Chief says staffing and infrastructure are the two areas he’s planning for long-term.
UNO’s Art Gallery is hosting two exhibits this fall, one focusing on Jerusalem and one on the Bethsaida Excavations Project.
Expansion of gun amnesty programs, a gun buy-back, and an additional OPD gang specialist are among the recommendations of a task force studying violence in Omaha.
Vote Easy is an interactive candidate matching tool created by Project Vote Smart in 2010.
United Way of the Midlands has set an ambitious goal to support “The Power of Change,” their fundraising drive over the next two months. They announced the nearly $23.5 million goal and some special, one-time grants at a kickoff event August 29th.
Creighton University’s medical clinics and hospitals have new names.