Nebraska would become the 18th state in the United States to abolish the death penalty under a bill introduced by Senator Ernie Chambers of Omaha.
A new grassroots effort in Nebraska seeks to represent atheists, agnostics, and nonbelievers at a statewide level.
The leader of U.S. Strategic Command says the Defense Department’s share of the $85 billion in spending cuts could eventually impact operations.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A Nebraska lawmaker wants to require the state Department of Education to develop a child sexual abuse policy.
Nebraska’s alcohol retailers might have to put their employees through certification training if LB 444 wins legislative approval.
This week’s United Nations session of the Commission on the Status of Women will include a Salvation Army of Omaha representative.
U-S Senator Mike Johanns has co-sponsored a bill to repeal part of President Obama’s healthcare law.
Friday was the deadline for candidates to file, and the primary election is April 2. One of the candidates for Mayor, State Senator Brad Ashford, says he wants to focus on making Omaha a safer, more modern, and collaborative city.
A Creighton University economist doesn’t expect the sequester will have widespread negative impacts on the regional economy.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — The board that estimates Nebraska state government tax collections is predicting an uptick in revenue, thanks to the slowly growing state economy.