Lincoln and Nebraska as a whole have typically done a good job, at least compared with the region, in attracting venture capital.
Sen. Ben Sasse, the highest-profile hawker of Runzas in Nebraska and Washington, D.C., won't be slinging the hot beef and cabbage sandwiches at Saturday's Husker game against Northern Illinois.
A transgender woman lost her job Wednesday after telling an employee of the Nebraska Family Alliance she was no longer welcome at a Lincoln coffee shop.
The Columbus Fraternal Order of Eagles #1834 has a history that dates back to 1909 and has been an integral part of the development and tradition of the city. But, in the early part of this year, things weren’t looking too good.
Workers in meat-processing plants in Nebraska and across the country continue to suffer high rates of occupational injury and illness at a time when the Trump administration is authorizing higher production line speeds and reducing government oversight, according to a study released Wednesday.
Medica, which has been the only company offering Affordable Care Act-compliant health insurance in Nebraska for the past two years, is planning to expand its presence in the state in other coverage areas.
Valmont Industries in Columbus hosted corporate employees and local business leaders for an open house Friday that showcased a brand-new production facility where utility poles are constructed.
More than 9,000 homes and businesses in Nebraska will get access to affordable broadband internet thanks to a $124.5 million grant from the Federal Communications Commission.
Patti Stuthman was down in Omaha finishing some holiday shopping at a large retail chain last December when the conversation with the cashier took an interesting turn.
When it comes to knowing the ins and outs of rural Nebraska farmland, those living in the greater Columbus area would be hard-pressed to find somebody more knowledgeable than David Luckey.
For more than 30 years, Angi Kruse’s family ran a local window shop, Northeast Nebraska Insulation and Siding, from their hometown of Norfolk.
NEW YORK (AP) — Walmart has ordered workers to remove video game signs and displays that depict violence from stores nationwide after 22 people died in a shooting at one of its Texas stores but will continue to sell guns.
Columbus Community Hospital was recently named in a list of 293 hospitals that were given five stars for overall hospital quality. CCH was one of just two Nebraska hospitals to receive the high rating.
Gov. Pete Ricketts on Wednesday announced the appointment of Tony Goins of Lincoln as the new director of the Department of Economic Development.
The Nebraska Chamber of Commerce and Industry and its economic development partners Tuesday unveiled an ambitious plan to grow the state, expand opportunities and strengthen its competitive position for the future.
At our July 15th Committee of the Whole, the city administrator gave an update regarding our discussions with FEMA and what we could expect regarding their financial participation as we look to move forward with Quail Run repairs. I then presented to the City Council my vision for moving forward:
A federal judge will allow a class-action lawsuit accusing Nelnet of canceling income-based repayment programs before the deadline to renew them to move forward.
Whenever I write about or hear about a small-town grocery closing, it's usually blamed on Dollar General, which has shifted its focus over the past several years to aggressively expanding in small towns that are too small for Walmart.
Biologist Mike Gutzmer is a hands-on kind of guy who enjoys nothing more than getting outside and interacting with nature.
Lincoln has long missed out on the regional data center boom that has brought major tech companies such as Facebook, Google, Apple and Microsoft to Omaha and Des Moines, Iowa.
Registration for Columbus Public Library’s, “A Universe of Stories” summer reading program is still taking place, so families have time to sign up for the out-of-this-world festivities. Participants will enjoy animated Monday movies; learn from insightful Tuesday presentations conducted by W…
Two banking trade groups are suing the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance and a Lincoln credit union over the credit union's plans to expand its reach.