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The Loose Moose Bar and Grill has closed its doors. The restaurant and bar, located at 4915 N. 120th St., had a sign posted on its doors this week saying it was closed for reorganization.
Another day, another mention of Omaha food on a food list. Two food lists, in fact.
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for areas west of Omaha until 11 p.m.; however, the metro area will likely have thunderstorms on and off throughout the overnight.
New paperwork reveals police found a promising lead after a burglar kicked in a home's door, as the 12-year-old girl inside called 911.
Three men returning from Colorado stopped by Cass County sheriff's deputy. A 2011 Chevy Malibu was stopped for speeding on Interstate 80 about 2am on Monday and the deputy smelled marijuana.
The annual Omaha police and fire department blood drives, formerly called the Battle of the Badge, is now Protect, Serve and Save.
In eight years in the Nebraska Legislature, Sen. Steve Lathrop, by virtue of where he lives, was the recipient of the sometimes fraught tag of "an Omaha senator."
Students at Adams Elementary in Omaha got a chance to put down their school books Tuesday night and celebrate the arts instead.
An Omaha man is dealing with a very rare form of cancer that only two out of a million people get diagnosed with each year, but he's not alone.
An Omaha woman, convicted of procuring alcohol for a minor in a case that led to a deadly crash, was sentenced Tuesday to 30 days in jail.
Omaha police made one arrest, but continue to search for three other suspects in connection to a robbery at Jackson Tower, near 27th and St. Marys Avenue.
Juvenile court is trying to put a family back together after a toddler cursing video went viral and children were placed in state care.
If Batman had a favorite Omaha event, this would be it: more than 250 Big Brown Bats were released Monday night.
Businesses and residents cope with both lanes shut at the same time, though the closure means construction should be completed perhaps twice as fast as single lane replacement.
Omaha police have made an arrest for a rash of break-ins at UNO last summer. Jayden Disher is facing several counts of theft and criminal mischief.