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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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WWII veteran killed in hit-and-run crash

Illinois State Police are asking for your help finding a hit-and-run driver who killed a World War II veteran and seriously injured his elderly wife. The wreck happened January 5 along I-64 eastbound near Nashville, Illinois.

Alternative property tax relief proposal, workforce development bill ready for introduction

An alternative property tax relief package funded by a half-cent increase in the state sales tax, along with a cigarette tax boost and elimination of more than two dozen sales tax exemptions, will be introduced in the Legislature on Thursday.

Promoters Hope To Expand Availability, Enjoyment Of Live Jazz In Lincoln

"Jazz in June" is one of Lincoln's most familiar local musical brands. There's a move underway right now to make it even more popular.

Nebraska Man Pleads Guilty To Threatening Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa

Court records say Robert Simet, of Omaha, entered the plea Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Council Bluffs. The charge: violent threats to a federal official.

Jeffie Claire DeFusco

Jeffie Claire DeFusco died on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018, at home in the company of her daughter, Sue Ellen Piccus, her granddaughter, Ellen K. McMannis, and her son-in-law, Gary Piccus. Jeffie was born August 2, 1926, in Omaha, Neb., to Lucy Martha Jeffords Gibson and John Arthur Gibson.

Spence: Crawford Needs To Worry About Beating Horn Before Me

That was Errol Spence Jr.'s answer Tuesday when Max Kellerman asked him to identify his ideal opponent for an upcoming "super fight" during a segment for ESPN's "First Take." Dissatisfied with Spence's response, Kellerman pressed Spence until they discussed a potential welterweight showdown with Terence Crawford.

Wrong-way driver dies, 2 others injured in Nebraska crash

Authorities in Sarpy County south of Omaha say a wrong-way driver caused a head-on crash that killed him and left two others - including a child - seriously injured.

Hiland Dairy orange juice recall

Hiland Dairy is announcing a voluntary recall of two products produced at the Omaha, Nebraska facility, over concerns the products may contain milk protein that could affect those individuals that have sensitivity to milk allergens. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.

Minnesota parolee gets life sentence for Omaha murder

Court records say the sentence was handed down Friday to 32-year-old Tyeric Lessley, of Omaha.

Protecting Ivory Sales Rejected

Senators voted 19-9 in favor of the measure Thursday, six short of what was needed to give it first-round approval. Federal law already imposes restrictions on ivory in an effort to protect elephants, rhinoceroses and other animals with ivory horns, but the bill's sponsor, Sen. Burke Harr of Omaha, says it's generally not a high priority for federal authorities.

Nebraska launches effort to clamp down on sex trafficking

Nebraska officials will target potential sex traffickers this year with more proactive law enforcement and an ad campaign at rest stops and other places where victims are coerced into prostitution, Attorney General Doug Peterson announced Thursday.

Nebraska, Iowa schools, businesses prepare for winter storm

Schools, businesses and services are getting a jump on a winter storm set to hit Nebraska and Iowa overnight by announcing late starts and some closures on Thursday.

Immigration agents descend on 7-Eleven stores in 17 states

Seven immigration agents filed into a 7-Eleven store before dawn Wednesday, waited for people to go through the checkout line and told arriving customers and a driver delivering beer to wait outside. A federal inspection was underway, they said.

Ricketts' revised tax plan emphasizes property tax relief

Sen. John Stinner of Gering listens as Gov. Pete Ricketts delivers the State of the State address on Wednesday in the legislative chamber.

Buffett on Cryptocurrencies: 'They Will Come to a Bad Ending'

"I can say almost with certainty that cryptocurrencies will come to a bad end," Buffett told CNBC in an interview. "When it happens or how or anything else, I don't know," he said in an interview on CNBC's "Squawk Box" from Omaha, Nebraska.

Flobots' Jonny 5 Releases Japanese Rap

Two weeks ago, Flobots released their track "Handle Your Bars" in response to YouTuber Logan Paul's song, "No Handebars" - which lifted its hook, but not its message, from Flobots' platinum hit song "Handlebars." Today, the alternative hip-hop band return with a new video, titled "Duel Lingo".

Public schools groups tout suite of bills promoting early childhood, special education

Advocates of public education touted a slew of bills being pushed by state senators Monday, saying the programs would be an investment in the state's future economy and workforce.

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