In a battered front-line town in Ukraine, it was one of the few places to go for safety. A shelter and depot for humanitarian aid, but this weekend a Russian bombing leveled the structure and killed several people.
This summer you may have taken a trip downtown or to the Haymarket, and it’s hard to miss the changes taking place. It includes the revitalization of the Gold's Building, the starting steps of a new Haymarket high rise, and other large-scale projects in the works.
In the fight to bring high-speed internet access to rural parts of the state, the Nebraska Broadband Office, Nebraska NDOT, and other agencies held a public meeting Tuesday night to learn more about what people need.
There’s a need for health care workers across the US. A problem only exacerbated by the pandemic and our state is no exception. The Nebraska Center for Nursing is expecting by 2025 that a shortage for nurses will increase by nearly 5,000 workers.
The governing board of Southeast Community College is facing backlash from multiple Nebraska State Senators following a proposed levy increase that would raise rates to the maximum allowed under state law.
Two people, Joesef Barraza, and Rachel Pageler, were arrested in connection with her death, yet no movement’s been made in the state’s case against them, with the last filings in Lancaster County court coming in January 2022 when the two were arrested.