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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
Legislature wrestles with women's health provisions

Senators debated the state's main appropriations bill for nearly eight hours on Thursday, centered on the topic of women's health. LB 327, introduced by Sen. Jim Scheer of Norfolk at the request of Gov. Pete Ricketts, outlines the state's budget for the biennium that begins in July and extends to June 30, 2019.

Why Should I Give a Fuck About Tim Kasher?

Essential Songs: "The Casualty," "A Golden Exit," "After O'Rourke's, 2:10 a.m.," "Some Red Handed Sleight of Hand," "A Gentleman Caller," "Album of the Year," "Inmates," "From the Hips," "Heartbroke." Why You Should Give a Fuck: If Conor Oberst is the Saddle Creek musician from Omaha who became known to America, Tim Kasher is the Saddle Creek musician who wants Omaha to become known to America.

Tax bill sparks fireworks among senators

The comprehensive package of income and property tax cuts that stalled in the Legislature last week touched off some fireworks Thursday when Speaker Jim Scheer of Norfolk announced he'll return the bill to the legislative agenda next week.

Omaha transfer Tre'Shawn Thurman commits to Nevada

Thurman, who spent his first three season with the Mavericks, averaged 12.5 points and 6.7 rebounds per game while converting 50.3% of his shots. He also ranked among the national leaders in offensive and defensive rebounding percentage, block percentage and free throw rate this past season.

Wilder Maker - "New Streets"

Brooklyn's Wilder Maker have teamed up with mainstay Omaha record label Saddle Creek for their new Document Series, which highlights up-and-coming artists outside of the label's roster by offering unreleased music from the artists via a special 7". The vinyl includes a custom zine that feature the artists' hometowns and the make-up of their own music scenes.

States of Nebraska Appellee v. Akeem Jones Appellant

LERMAN, CASSEL, STACY, KELCH, and FUNKE, JJ.Jerry M. Hug, of Alan G. Stoler, P.C., L.L.O., for appellant. Douglas J. Peterson, Attorney General, and Siobhan E. Duffy for appellee.

Potbelly Corp Expected to Earn Q4 2017 Earnings of $0.15 Per Share

Stock analysts at William Blair lifted their Q4 2017 earnings per share estimates for shares of Potbelly Corp in a research note issued on Wednesday. William Blair analyst S. Zackfia now anticipates that the company will post earnings per share of $0.15 for the quarter, up from their prior forecast of $0.13.

Meet The New President of Milwaukee's Mount Mary University

Introducing Dr. Christine Pharr, the incoming "president-elect" at Milwaukee's Mount Mary University. She spoke with Lake Effect's Rachel Morello.

Nashville notes

A federal judge in San Francisco ruled Tuesday that President Donald Trump cannot punish so-called sanctuary cities by withholding federal funds.The policie... -- Ivanka Trump brushed off the hissing that some audience members directed at her during the Women 20 Summit in Germany Tuesday when she expressed pride in her fathe... The American Soybean Association welcomed today's establishment by the White House of a task force to address the challenges facing America's farmers. According to a... Omaha, Neb.

Tom, please call Wendy

We understand that he later dialed it back a bit. Nevertheless, DNC Chairman Tom Perez sent shock waves through the electorate over the weekend.

California water chief: Oroville Dam emergency spillway worked

The head of California's water agency on Tuesday repeated his assertion that an emergency spillway at the Oroville Dam worked, drawing an incredulous response from a state lawmaker who represents tens of thousands of people ordered to evacuate when it was feared erosion at the spillway could lead to catastrophic flooding. Bill Croyle, acting director of the Department of Water Resources, faced lawmakers for the first time since the evacuations in February.

Lanes of Warlick Blvd. to close for road work May 1

Weather permitting, construction work is scheduled to begin May 1 on the northbound lanes of Warlick Blvd., at 14th St. between Old Cheney Road and N-2, according to the Nebraska Department of Roads. This section of roadway will be closed for the duration of work, which is anticipated to be completed by mid-September.

Stork delivery? Woman gives birth to baby at Nebraska zoo

Justin Hubbard, left, hands his newborn baby, Drea Hubbard, to his wife, Kymica Hubbard, during a news conference OMAHA, Neb. - A woman whose baby was due mid-May went into labor early and gave birth at a Nebraska zoo.

Barnet UKIP chairman resigns to work for Trump's Republican Party

Byron Sanford released a statement on April 18 that he would be resigning as chairman of UKIP for Barnet and Hendon to work on campaigns for the Republican National Committee in Omaha, Nebraska. Mr Sanford also spoke out of his worries for the future of UKIP in the snap election on June 8, saying he did not believe the party has the "necessary funds to contest".

The Unity Tour Was Kind of a Mess - and That's Okay

The Democratic National Committee's Unity Tour is over, and the reviews are in: Most journalists panned it. "At a 'Unity' Stop in Nebraska, Democrats find anything but," wrote the New York Times .

Arrow Stage Lines Wins Operator of the Year Award

Long-time Prevost customer Arrow Stage Lines recently received the 2017 Operator of the Year Award from Limousine, Charter & Tour Magazine. "It is the first time the magazine has given an Operator of the Year award," said Alex Busskohl, corporate operations and marketing specialist for Arrow Stage Lines.

Joint operation with FBI, DEA, and Lancaster County Drug Task Force results in drug bust

Acting United States Attorney Robert C. Stuart announced that on Monday April 24, 2017 a joint operation involving the FBI, DEA and the Lincoln/Lancaster County Drug Task Force led to the arrest of four individuals for Possession of Controlled Substance and Possession of Controlled Substance with intent to Distribute. The joint operation also led to the execution of eleven search warrants throughout the Lincoln and Omaha, NE area.

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