Category: News

Altering keno to expand revenue

A proposal in the city of Omaha’s legislative package would reduce the time interval between keno games from five minutes to possibly three or less. The reason behind the change… Read more »

BREAKING: Legislature approves, governor signs oil pipeline legislation

Nebraska lawmakers gave unanimous approval to two oil pipeline regulation bills, effectively ending the special session on a high note few thought possible when it began. Governor Heineman signed the… Read more »

Pipeline deal hangs on a promise lawmakers expect to be fulfilled (AUDIO)

The deal that paved the way for a successful conclusion to the special session hangs on a promise that Nebraska lawmakers expect to be fulfilled. Speaker of the Legislature Mike… Read more »

Lucky dogs find new homes

A happy “tail” ending for the 65 Chihuahuas removed from an overcrowded home in Falls City last August. Those 65 dogs were brought to the Nebraska Humane Society in Omaha… Read more »

Bold Nebraska pleased, but not satisfied with special session turn (AUDIO)

Bold Nebraska considers the turn of events in the special session a victory, though the organizations still hopes to stop the Keystone XL pipeline altogether. Bold Nebraska’s Jane Kleeb says… Read more »

Corps of Engineers starts "aggressive" water flows to prep for spring

While the U-S Army Corps of Engineers is promising to focus more on flood prevention, many eastern Nebraskans are still questioning how that will be accomplished after the summer-long flooding… Read more »