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Located 190 miles north of Kansas City, Missouri,, Omaha is considered as being in the "Heartland" of the United States. Omaha's pioneer period began in 1854 when the city was founded by speculators from neighboring Council Bluffs, Iowa. The city was founded along the Missouri River, and a crossing called Lone Tree Ferry earned the city its nickname, the "Gateway to the West."

Population: 438646
Local Newspapers: Omaha-World Herald
Local Sports Teams: Omaha Royals (Triple A Baseball) Creighton (Bluejays)
Local Colleges: Creighton

Zip Codes associated with omaha, nebraska: 68022 68102 68104 68105 68106 68107 68108 68110 68111 68112 68114 68116 68117 68118 68122 68124 68127 68130 68131 68132 68134 68135 68136 68137 68138 68142 68144 68147 68152 68154 68157 68164
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Omaha News
Nebraska lawmakers move to clamp down on sex traffickers

A bill that would create much longer prison sentences for people who buy and sell sex in Nebraska cleared its first major hurdle in the Legislature Wednesday, but lawmakers say it needs much more work. Senators voted 42-0 to give first-round approval to a measure that could result in life sentences for people who force children into prostitution and prison sentences for other sex trafficking crimes that now carry no minimum penalties.

Ricketts says income-property tax cut package essential

Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts responds to a question from state Sen. Burke Harr of Omaha following Ricketts' testimony on his proposed income tax cuts at a hearing before the Legislature's Revenue Committee in February.

Quarantine at FEI World Cup Finals Lifted After Retest

A quarantine put in place in connection with the Fdration Equestre Internationale World Cup Dressage and Jumping Finals, taking place Wednesday through Sunday in Omaha, Nebraska, following a "questionable" blood test result on a horse arriving from Europe has been lifted after that horse produced a negative retest. A statement from the competition's press office said, "There was a questionable result on the blood test on one of the horses that arrived from Europe on Saturday for the FEI World Cup Finals in Omaha.

Clinical trial finds that vitamin D, calcium have no effect on cancer risk

Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States and a major public health burden. Previous studies have suggested that vitamin D may lower the risk of developing cancer, so a new randomized trial tests this hypothesis in healthy, older women.

Jensen Tire to break ground on HQ complex

Jensen Tire & Auto Inc. will be breaking ground this week in Papillion, Neb., for a new corporate headquarters that also will house a warehouse and future training facility. The new corporate office is being constructed on 4.5 acres the Omaha-based dealership purchased in Papillion, a community of about 18,000 residents just south of Omaha.

Nebraska Democrats criticized for refugee basket voter forms

The Nebraska Democratic Party faced fresh criticism Monday from Republican state leaders for including voter registration forms in welcome baskets intended for refugees.

Passenger killed in Antelope County crash, patrol says

Authorities say a passenger has been killed in a rollover crash in Antelope County. The crash occurred on a rural road early Sunday morning, southwest of Clearwater.

Teen who tossed her newborn from window gets probation

A Nebraska 16-year-old who admitted throwing her newborn out a second-floor window has been sentenced to probation and sent to a group home for causing the baby's death.

Tax deal beginning to take shape

Talks over a comprehensive tax-cut deal lurched closer to resolution in a Capitol hearing room Thursday as a panel of lawmakers signaled tentative support for two proposals by Gov. Pete Ricketts.

Teton Therapy Welcomes New Occupational Therapist

Earlier this March, Teton Therapy welcomed their newest team member, Keely Tatro. Keely is an occupational therapist.

Road to Top Gun - Dean Copeland's L-39 Albatros

Coming to Top Gun from Omaha, NE., Dean Copeland will be flying his impressive Aero L-39 Albatros. This will be Dean's 10th year competing at Top Gun, and his first year flying a jet in the Pro Jet class.

Western Bank executive now head of parent company

Bill Klein, the CEO of Western Bank, is taking over as chief executive of the company's parent organization, Omaha-based American National Bank. "The selection of Bill Klein reflects American National Bank's commitment to grow while remaining customer focused, building a solid financial institution well into the future.

Capitol View

The complaints about the public decorum of Nebraska Senators conducting public hearings are piling up.

State of Nebraska Appellee v. Corleone McCurry Appellant

LERMAN, CASSEL, STACY, KELCH, and FUNKE, JJ.Thomas C. Riley, Douglas County Public Defender, for appellant. Douglas J. Peterson, Attorney General, and Austin N. Relph for appellee.

UNL/Creighton Suspend Fraternities Over Misconduct

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has suspended until May 2020 the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, whose members were accused of making vulgar comments during the Women's March in Lincoln. University Vice Chancellor Juan Franco said in a news release Tuesday that a university investigation of the Phi Gamma Delta chapter uncovered reckless alcohol use, hazing and inappropriate sexually based behavior over several academic terms.

Gordmans stores attract 2 bidders in bankruptcy court

The Gordmans bankruptcy has attracted two bidders who want to keep at least some of the company's 106 discount department stores operating.

Inside the Hunt for Russia's Most Notorious Hacker

He spread some jam on a slice of rye bread, poured himself a cup of coffee, and settled in to check Twitter at his dining room table. The news about the sanctions had broken overnight, so Werner, a researcher with the cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike, was still catching up on details.

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