Barr Middle School student Alondra Zapata was matched with TeamMates mentor Dianne Schneider, having no idea she would celebrate graduation, marriage and the birth of her first child with Schneider.
Proponents and opponents alike raised concerns Friday about Gov. Jim Pillen's proposal to change how farm and ranch land is valued for property taxes in Nebraska.
The four resident orangutans at Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium are about to have new digs that immerse the animals in a more natural habitat.
When COVID struck Kyle and Laura Hohenstein a few days before their December wedding date, it sent the Lincoln couple into a tailspin and forced them to postpone their big day. It took just one day to iron out the details.
The exhibition explores the wonder of flight and the marvels of aerospace innovation, design and technology.
Twenty-one projects that have received $74.7 million in loans or grants to improve infrastructure and expand business in rural Iowa.
During a marathon hearing on Wednesday, the Legislature’s Government, Military and Veterans Affairs Committee heard testimony for and against a proposal that would enact a voter ID law.
Scientists updated residents on their findings of a wide-ranging and long-term study into AltEn’s impacts on the environment and human health at a town hall Monday in Mead.
Dozens of teachers and parents filled the halls of the Nebraska Capitol to speak for and against a bill centered around the amount of control parents should have over what their children are taught.
Since last summer, 16 ducks had been thriving at Ravenna Lake. Last week, 12 of them were found shot to death.
Garrett Dwyer is part of a national nonprofit initiative, the Farmer Veteran Coalition, that aims to re-energize small agriculture by supporting military veterans who want to work the land.
Seed companies that formerly supplied AltEn allege the company has continued paying employees, accountants and consultants with cash while never having “paid a dime toward actual remediation.”
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The Sarpy County Museum is kicking off a $15 million fundraising campaign to raise funds for a new Papillion facility.
Omaha will partner with Portland, Oregon, in its search for a streetcar vehicle manufacturer.
The mother of Ryan Larsen, the La Vista boy who has been missing since May 2021, has filed a petition in court to have her son declared legally dead.
Nebraska Game and Parks’ aquatic stamp program has provided millions of dollars for aquatic improvements since it first began in 1997.
A childhood dream to be a farmer might seem unreachable for a kid who didn't grow up on a farm, but Davis Behle just kept dreaming.
Mike Wolfe and Robbie Wolfe, stars of The History Channel’s “American Pickers,” filmed a segment at the Minden museum. The episode, “Wolfes Go West,” will air at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
Traditionally, decommissioned turbine blades have been sent to landfills. But in recent years, recycling the blades has become a more sustainable disposal method.
Sarpy County is investing $5.3 million into an industrial park near the Nebraska Crossing outlet mall to spur development along the Interstate 80 corridor.
Nebraska Supreme Court sides with state employees union in 'blue jeans' lawsuit