Data has shown for some time that Nebraska's metro areas, particularly Omaha and Lincoln, have had much higher job growth than the state's rural areas.
Alicia Fisher doesn’t run her chiropractic business in a conventional manner, but her methodology allows her to cast a wider net to bring in an assortment of customers who appreciate a no-nonsense approach to spinal treatment.
Nearly 400 Nebraskans will share in more than $665,000 in debt relief as part of a nationwide settlement with Career Education Corp.
The Iowa crop insurance company that left hundreds of Nebraska farmers in the lurch last year after canceling their supplemental hail insurance policies has agreed to pay a $50,000 fine.
Governor Pete Ricketts on Firiday announced a new plan to expand military retirement tax relief. He was joined by Nebraska Department of Veterans’ Affairs (NDVA) Director John Hilgert, Adjutant General of the Nebraska National Guard Major General Daryl Bohac and President of the Nebraska Cha…
Those low gas prices you've been enjoying for the past few weeks may not be around much longer, and prices may soar later this year.
The arrests of a mother and her son and the raid of their Scottsbluff store offering products containing cannabidiol last week marked a rare crackdown in a contentious legal debate ongoing in Nebraska.
No take-back was granted this week on a recommendation by a legislative task force to end the Nebraska Advantage Act a year early in 2019.
A business-oriented community discussion focused on developing a plan for sustained economic growth in Nebraska pointed Wednesday to the need to attract and retain young people while developing a highly skilled workforce.
A legislative task force voted to make a critical recommendation Friday in its final report, but this week some members want to take it back.
The owner of the Shakers Gentlemen's Club in Waverly has withdrawn his application for a liquor license, but the legal wrangling over allowing alcohol sales in the strip club will likely continue.
The Nebraska Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Thursday pointed to workforce development and a reduction in the state's highest individual income tax rate as its priority legislative objectives for 2019.
The large dirt mound outside the Happy Raven has turned four parking spaces into the 11th Street's highest peak and tell the tale of the construction projects taking place throughout the downtown area.
Schumacher, Smejkal, Brockhaus & Herley, P.C., is happy to announce the hiring of Nicole Kwapnioski at the Columbus office, as a Certified Public Accountant.
Despite some concerns in the Schuyler community about the Colfax Theater screening an R-rated movie for the first time ever last month, it proved to be worth it.
Change and expansion have been a theme of Nebraska Crossing Outlets, and on the eve of the mall’s fifth anniversary, it is making plans for more.