Omaha, NE – Omaha's Metropolitan Utilities District plans to build two natural gas fueling stations.
The utility announced this week it'll spend $2.2 million dollars on the fueling stations in Omaha. 20 percent of MUD's vehicle fleet runs on compressed natural gas. CEO Doug Clark says the company plans to add 84 new compressed natural gas-powered vehicles within the next year, with the goal of 50 percent of its fleet running on the clean fuel.
Omaha, NE – A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for the Omaha metro as ice and snow move in to the area.
Omaha Police suspended taking property damage accidents Monday morning as icy roads caused collisions. The Nebraska Department of Roads says extreme caution is urged if you're traveling in Omaha. You can check road conditions at www.511nebraska.org or at www.511ia.org.
The National Weather Service says up to ten inches of snow is possible by the time the storm moves out Wednesday.
Omaha, NE – Omaha Mayor Jim Suttle won Tuesday's recall election by more than 2,100 votes.
The Douglas County Election Commission counted 5,225 early voting ballots Friday afternoon. The result of those ballots was an increase in Mayor Suttle's lead to 2,130 votes. The unofficial results mean Suttle won Tuesday's recall election, and will serve out the remaining two years of his term.