There was heartbreak in Lincoln two years ago when popular sandwich shop Doozy’s closed its doors there following more than two decades in business, but Columbus has avoided the same fate.
The Nebraska Farm Bureau on Wednesday announced a new health insurance plan specifically geared for farmers, ranchers and agriculture-related businesses.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has slapped Werner Enterprises with a lawsuit accusing the Omaha-based transportation company of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act for refusing to hire a Texas driver because he is deaf.
A federal jury in Omaha has entered a $53.6 million verdict in favor of Papillion-based Infogroup Inc. in a false advertising and copyright infringement lawsuit against its former founder, Vinod Gupta, and his company DatabaseUSA.com.
Nearly 9,000 rural Nebraska homes and businesses will get access to high-speed internet for the first time, the Federal Communications Commission announced Tuesday.
Nebraska officials cheered the news Monday that President Donald Trump had reached an agreement with Mexico to potentially replace the North American Free Trade Agreement.
The average student loan balance grew slightly for last year's college graduates, coming in at $28,288, up a little more than $300 from the previous year, according to a report released earlier this month from LendEDU, a financial services marketplace.
For months in 2017, On Point Technology prepared to answer the Nebraska Department of Labor’s call to upgrade the state’s aging and outdated unemployment insurance systems.
Nebraska is in line to get more than $36 million from the federal government after a U.S. District Court judge in Texas ruled that it and five other states are entitled to a refund of fees on their state Medicaid programs.
The Nebraska Electric Generation and Transmission Cooperative, Inc. (NEG&T) Board of Directors announced, at their June, 2018 meeting, the appointment of Darin L. Bloomquist to the position of General Manager. Mr. Bloomquist will succeed Bruce A. Pontow upon his retirement at the end of 2018.
Lincoln’s newest baseball and softball training facility will celebrate its grand opening Saturday in southwest Lincoln.
Two drunk-driving cases involving former Husker and Major League Baseball pitcher and Lincoln native Joba Chamberlain have complicated his attempt to open a local pub bearing his name.
Bank of the Valley is proud to announce and welcome Aaron Luneke as the Bank’s Chief Financial Officer. Luneke will be responsible for the leadership and management of the Bank’s financial, accounting, budgeting/forecasting and asset liability functions.
Ed Brezenski, CFP®, CIMA®, Financial Advisor, Fundamental Choice® Portfolio Manager at Wells Fargo Advisors recently obtained the Certified Investment Management Analyst®(CIMA®) certification. According to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), fewer than two percent of financi…
Jon Rauner joined Associated Staffing in June 2018. Prior to joining Associated Staffing, he spent six years working in manufacturing Human Resources roles. Jon graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Management/Human Resources Management from Wayne State College. A Hebron, Nebraska, native, J…
The nearly 90,000 Nebraskans who get their health insurance through the Affordable Care Act's marketplace exchange will get a break this year on premiums.
An alternative route approved through Nebraska for the Keystone XL pipeline would have minimal impact on the environment, according to a draft environmental assessment released Monday by the State Department.
The Nebraska Department of Revenue plans to give online retailers until 2019 to start collecting taxes on sales within the state.
The Nebraska Supreme Court could hear arguments in the legal battle over the proposed Keystone XL pipeline as early as October.
A study from the Bureau of Business Research at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln shows that the state saw a good return on aid it provided to early stage companies.
The Ride the Ducks tourist boats will be closed while the investigation into the deadly boat capsizing on Table Rock Lake is under investigation, the company said Friday.
Even though Dashaus has been open for just a little more than a month, the owners of Lincoln's newest nightclub say it's growing in popularity.
Kitty Vacha didn’t know what she and her head baker were getting into last October when they walked onto the set of the Netflix baking competition series "Sugar Rush" — literally.
The company working to build a rare metals mine in Southeast Nebraska now says it will not need to build a pipeline to the Missouri River to discharge salt water.
A Lincoln craft brewery was among several from Nebraska that won medals at the 2018 U.S. Open Beer Championship.
Almost 50 years ago, Lincoln and Omaha considered a proposal that might have dramatically changed the way both cities and the corridor that connects them look today.
Only a handful of states have seen home prices increase more than Nebraska over the past decade, and the rise in prices is leading to a decline in ownership, according to a report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday cleared the path for Nebraska's collection of state sales taxes already owed on online purchases, opening the door to an increase in state revenue estimated at $30 million to $40 million a year.
With agriculture continuing to be mired in a years-long slump, Nebraska's economy will count on manufacturing and construction to keep it growing over the next few years.