Omaha ended 2012 with 40 homicides, and solutions to gang and gun violence were on the minds of Omaha’s Mayoral candidates during a debate Thursday night.
LINCOLN – More than 100 people came to a Judiciary Committee hearing Thursday on three legislative bills on adoptions and foster care by same-sex couples, and employee protections against discrimination based on sexual orientation.
With Selection Sunday just around the corner, Creighton Bluejay fans will soon learn where their team will be sent in the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
The Small Business Profile for the States and Territories is an annual analysis of each state’s small businesses.
88 percent of Nebraska taxpayers filed their taxes online last year.
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 Creighton University associate professor of Theology says Pope Francis will bring enthusiasm, hope, and a new perspective.
Current conditions place the upper Missouri River Basin in severe and exceptional drought.
Friday is the deadline for Omaha voters to register to vote somewhere other than the Election Commission office for the 2013 primary.
The leader of U.S. Strategic Command says the Defense Department’s share of the $85 billion in spending cuts could eventually impact operations.