Lower ag land taxes, less partisan redistricting pushed in Unicam

February 10th, 2014

By Fred Knapp

Omaha, NE — Property tax breaks for farmers and less partisanship in redistricting were among proposals heard in the Nebraska Legislature Friday.

Read More

FDA targets teens in new anti-smoking campaign

February 7th, 2014

By Ja'Nel Johnson

Omaha, NE — It seems that the popularity of cigarettes continues to dwindle. The Food and Drug Administration recently launched a campaign geared towards helping teens know the health risks of using tobacco products.

Read More

Rangbrook Plays in the World of the Living

February 6th, 2014

By Ben Rasmussen

Omaha, NE — Classical Music is alive and well, as two local music ensembles proved on Friday.

Read More

Legislature advances more funding for schools

February 6th, 2014

By Fred Knapp

Omaha, NE– More money for schools, protecting taxpayers from inflation, and dividing Nebraska’s electoral votes were among topics discussed in the Legislature Wednesday.

Read More

Why cutting the ethanol mandate won’t ruin the rural economy

February 6th, 2014

By Grant Gerlock

Omaha, NE — The EPA wants to roll back the amount of ethanol mixed into the fuel supply for 2014. That has Nebraska farmers worried. Ethanol supporters warn if the EPA follows through, the rural economy will take the fall, but economists predict a soft landing.

Read More

Locals satisfied with quality of life; concerned about crime, taxes

February 5th, 2014

By Ja'Nel Johnson

Omaha, NE — With the population of the metro area expected to double by 2050, city officials and community organizations have turned to residents to get a jump start on planning the future. Heartland 2050 organizers presented their findings.

Read More
©2022 KVNO News