During the three-minute pursuit that reached speeds of 110 mph, a handgun was tossed out of the Jeep's window. Eventually, the vehicle came to a stop, and troopers were able to take the occupants into custody.
A blue budgie, on the lam in downtown Omaha for months, is heading to a new life with another parakeet, and bird lovers are rejoicing.
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The Rev. Michael Gutgsell, who served as chancellor of the Omaha archdiocese from 1994 to 2003 and has served as a parish priest since then, turned himself in Friday morning. He was released on his own recognizance.
An Omaha woman has filed a federal lawsuit against the ride-sharing company Lyft after she was driven around, barely conscious, for two hours and sexually assaulted.
Lee Perez said that as he works to teach his students a new language, he also celebrates their backgrounds and cultures in the classroom.
A mall official said it took the staff all morning to clean up the pumpkins, which will likely be replaced in the next couple of days ahead of the Oct. 23 Jack-O-Lantern Jubilee event.
Grammy Award-winning country music singer Reba McEntire is coming to Omaha's CHI Health Center on Feb. 3.
Lisa Brauer, who works for Park Omaha, was checking parking meters when a rock landed close to her. "I started moving on, checking meters, when a metal table, a metal chair and grill rack all fell less than 6 inches from me."
An inborn sense of community and family, as well as an intensely local education push, have driven large numbers of tribal members in Thurston County to embrace the vaccines.
Tyler Gomez, a native Californian, wanted tips for his first winter in the Midwest. He sought advice from his neighbors using the Nextdoor app. Hundreds responded.
According to court documents, a board member of the nonprofit had contacted the Fremont Police Department in June after an audit showed that then-Treasurer Hollie J. Hittner had “embezzled over $47,000 over the last three years.”
The Durham Museum will be open free of charge for one week in November to celebrate the 90th anniversary of Union Station.
A 29-year-old Omaha man faces up to 88 years in prison for enticing children, thanks to the quick thinking of his child victims, a child’s father and the resourcefulness of a fugitive unit that tracked him down in Central America.
His campaign said $400,000 is the largest amount ever raised by a first-time candidate for that seat in the House during the first three months of his or her campaign.
The collision occurred about 5:45 a.m. at the intersection of Nicholas Street and the Northwest Radial, according to a Douglas County 911 dispatcher.
Thelma Sutcliffe, who was born Oct. 1, 1906, doesn’t like anyone to make a fuss over her.
Christopher Gradoville, 37, died from multiple gunshot wounds in the yard of the home, authorities said.
According to a federal indictment, the three Omahans submitted Paycheck Protection Program applications on behalf of businesses that were not in operation. They obtained about $489,000 in forgivable loans.
A 100-year-old downtown Omaha building that for decades was the corporate headquarters of O'Keefe Elevator is poised for conversion into high-end condos and retail space.
Walter Scott Jr. was a private, pompless man whose low public profile belied his considerable influence on Omaha's civic affairs.
A generation likely are unaware that a major Nebraska amusement spot was in Omaha. During the Big Band era, Duke Ellington, Cab Calloway and Guy Lombardo, played the Peony. So did one-time Omaha farmer Lawrence Welk.
About 700 teams of runners will tackle a 75-mile course from Omaha to Lincoln during the Market to Market Relay.
A report found the private contractor has failed to meet state-mandated caseload limits for workers, failed to meet monthly with children in care and failed to document case plans within 60 days.