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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
Arrest made after Iowa football player threatened with gun in Omaha

Police say a 23-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of pulling a gun on Iowa tight end Noah Fant. Fant, a graduate of Omaha South High School, told police he was threatened Tuesday night while he was in a northwest Omaha park near his home.

#SethRich Complete Timeline - All The Facts In One Place

Seth was 27 at time of death. "Seth Rich seemed to be friends with everybody, but he would stand up to anybody for what's right."

Seth Rich and the myth behind the unsolved murder case

Nearly a year ago, Seth Rich was shot in the back as he made his way home one night in Washington. While the death of the 27-year-old Democratic National Committee staffer remains unsolved, his family has said they believe it was a botched robbery attempt.

Exhibition of key text drawings by Ed Ruscha on view at Gagosian

Gagosian is presenting 'Custom-Built Intrigue: Drawings 1974-1984,' an exhibition of key text drawings by Ed Ruscha. Many of these historical gems have been brought together thanks to generous loans from private and institutional collections.

Douglas County Board considering giving $5M to UNMC center

The University of Nebraska Medical Center is asking Douglas County for $5 million for its Davis Global Center under construction in Omaha.

Man sentenced to 6-8 years in prison for sexually suggestive texts to an underage girl

A 37-year-old Oxford, Nebraska, man has been sentenced to prison for sending sexually suggestive texts to someone he thought was a 15-year-old girl. Richard Walls was sentenced Tuesday in Lancaster County Court to 6-to-8 years in prison.

Boy, 3, recovering after dad finds him face-down in pond

Authorities say a 3-year-old boy is recovering after his father found him floating face-down in a pond several yards from their home in the Omaha suburb of Bellevue.

2017 Trauma Symposium Will Focus on Interprofessional Approaches to Trauma Care

Next month, Creighton University will co-host an interprofessional symposium on trauma surgery and emergency medicine in Omaha, Nebraska, headlined by several keynote speakers who are internationally renowned trauma surgeons, including Vice Admiral Richard H. Carmona, MD, a former surgeon general of the United States. The 2017 Trauma Symposium: An Interprofessional Focus in Trauma Care, will be held June 16, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Hilton Omaha Hotel, 1001 Cass St., in Omaha.

U.S. Wheat Captures First Egypt Government Business in Two Years

U.S. wheat grabbed its first sale to the Egypt government in more than two years as the world's biggest buyer requested grain with a higher protein content, knocking France out of the mix. American wheat represented two of the five cheapest offers accepted by Egypt's General Authority for Supply Commodities in its latest tender, according to two traders involved who asked not to be identified because they're not authorized to speak to the media.

Bratton named AP's US West deputy director for newsgathering

The Associated Press has named Anna Jo Bratton as deputy director of newsgathering for the U.S. West, a new position overseeing breaking news and enterprise across all media formats in 13 states. The appointment was announced Wednesday by Anna Johnson, AP's news director of the West region.

Expressways are coming

It was particularly pleasing to us to be able to recently publish a story about expressways in Nebraska that focus on definite construction plans and timetables - as compared to the many previous stories that, necessarily, had to focus on the lack of funding for them.

Kansas baseball game at Creighton canceled

Due to severe weather hitting the city of Omaha, Nebraska, this evening, Tuesday's baseball game at Creighton has been canceled. There is no makeup date for this game.

Omaha misstep costs Democrats a mayoral seat and perhaps more

When Hillary Clinton lost her presidential bid, Democrats struggled to find a new face for the party and a clear vision for the road ahead. Enter former Labor Secretary Thomas Perez.

Omaha Boys Town founder closer to sainthood

The Vatican issued a decree of validity for the investigation that the Archdiocese of Omaha completed two years ago.

The electoral folly of unbalanced liberals

Ann Coulter recently said she thinks all "Trump true believers are petrified," as reported by the Daily Caller's Alex Pfeiffer. But at least one Trump supporter thinks loony liberal behavior shows that the president is on the right track.

Lawmaker Proposes Merging UNO and UNMC

Ralston Senator Merv Riepe has proposed a study looking at the possible merger of the University of Nebraska at Omaha and the University of Nebraska Medical Center, which ultimately would be decided by the Board of Regents. Riepe says the proposal had been prompted by University of Nebraska System President Hank Bounds' decision last month to put Jeff Gold in charge of both Omaha campuses.

Mom hears son's heartbeat in transplant recipient

OMAHA, NE - A mother who lost her 16-year-old son in a tragic accident met the man whose life was saved by his heart, and she listened to it beat once again. Gary Flint is in his 60s and now able to live even longer, thanks to Payton Casteel.

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