A new report from Nebraska Appleseed says 37 percent of low-income families have at least one parent without health insurance.
Omaha’s Parks and Recreation Department is expanding the number of sites where it offers summer meals for young people.
There were fewer sites serving summer meals to children last year, according to a new report.
A new report shows children of color face racial and socioeconomic barriers to success.
An estimated one in seven Nebraskans are food insecure—meaning they don’t know where their next meal will come from.
100 low-income pregnant and new moms in Douglas County will be a part of the Healthy Families America program.
A new study shows a program of academic coaching and support improves the chances that low-income high school students will not only go to college, but succeed.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Most food stamp recipients in Nebraska will see their benefit cut starting on Nov. 1, when a temporary boost in federal aid expires.
After ten months of construction, inCOMMON Community Development opens its Park Avenue Commons on Saturday.
New Census data figures show child poverty rates are down slightly in Nebraska.