A new collaboration between the city of Omaha and more than 40 organizations seeks to meet the needs of and improve conditions for young black men.
Students and educators from 32 schools gathered in Omaha Thursday morning to learn how to stand up against bullying.
Nebraska Appleseed says about 180,000 Nebraskans receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP benefits.
100 young black women will participate Friday in a conference designed to teach them important life skills.
An estimated one in seven Nebraskans are food insecure—meaning they don’t know where their next meal will come from.
Omaha's Table Talk programs are returning, as part of Inclusive Communities.
The Omaha VA is awaiting results of a point-in-time count of homeless veterans.
PAPILLION, Neb. (AP) — Sarpy County commissioners have decided to extend health insurance benefits to spouses of gay county employees who have legally married in another state but live in Nebraska.
A documentary showing Thursday in Omaha explores the life and murder of Emmett Till, and the struggle for justice following his death.
The U.S. Senate Thursday afternoon passed a measure banning employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.