With 10 days remaining in the Unicameral session, Nebraska state senators will have their final round of debate on the bill to ban gender-affirming care for minors and its attached 12-week abortion ban.
After neighbors took video of him dumping old tires in piles on his own lots near 9th and Castelar Streets in South Omaha, 6 On Your Side confronted property owner Tristan Scorpio, who claims he’s done nothing wrong.
A judge ruled Wednesday that Omaha City Councilman Vinny Palermo and two others facing federal charges will remain in custody until the evidence presented during Wednesday’s hearing can be properly reviewed.
New information from federal indictments reveals that PACE, or Police Athletics for Community Engagement, is a small part in an otherwise extensive case involving an Omaha city council member, two former Omaha Police officers, and a fundraiser.
The vice president of the Omaha City Council, two retired city police officers, and a man hired to raise funds for a nonprofit supporting Latino peace officers were arrested Friday to face 41 charges relating to misuse of funds for that organization.
Reactions from Omaha city officials ranged from “not shocked” to concern over the fallout of federal indictments resulting in the arrest of four people, including the vice president of the Omaha City Council.
In 1909, funeral processions and loved ones decorating graves passed the office of Forest Lawn Cemetery. But the administration moved to a west entrance years ago, and the east gate closed for good -- leaving the over-100-year-old building in its last days.
As construction season ramps up across the metro, sidewalks are getting impacted too. There are walkability concerns that come when crews need extra space to do their jobs. 6 News looked into how concerned citizens and the city are making sure everyone can safely use the limited available area.