State officials barred a Kansas contractor from caring for any new Omaha-area children and families for 60 days starting on Friday.
A letter from Chief Disciplinary Counsel Alan Pratzel, who is in charge of attorney discipline in Missouri, said the McCloskeys “admitted committing a criminal act that shows indifference to public safety and involved moral turpitude.”
David J. Young was disbarred after he stole from his father, terrorized his girlfriend, took thousands of dollars in fees without doing any legal work and was accused of groping a client.
John Grier, of Scottsbluff, developed an interest in hot air ballooning after a visit to Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is now pursuing his own license to fly a balloon ... and has been involved in the Old West Balloon Fest since before it returned to the community.
LINCOLN — Rodd Grant, of Alliance, was among 10 persons who were recipients of the Class A County Highway Superintendent and/or City Street Su…
Liquor license applications dominated the agenda of a recent Scottsbluff city council agenda.
Framed by State Question 788, passed overwhelmingly by state voters three years ago, Oklahoma’s medical marijuana laws tried to favor small, l…
Nebraska's new driver's license and state ID card boasts new designs -- which represent western, central and eastern parts of the state -- and enhanced security features.
Approval by the city and the Nebraska Racing and Gaming Commission would allow the track’s developers to pursue casino gambling there.
Three businesses were cited during recently-conducted compliance checks, according to information released by Monument Prevention Coalition.
Defense attorney Robb Gage was charged with four felonies: possessing heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine and mushrooms. His client and roommate is accused of possession of heroin and OxyContin.
City, county or health officials could enact the moratoriums, which would also prohibit penalties or late fees during the emergency and six months afterward.
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School officials say that at this point, most have already figured out another way to order the tests from the state and move forward.
Without help from Erie County, officials at schools in the orange zone say it will be nearly impossible for them to reopen until the governor lifts the Covid-19 zone designation.
It’s pretty easy when you have vaccines that are 95% effective. Can’t get much better than that. I think what people need to appreciate — and that’s why I have said it like maybe 100 times in the last week or two — is the process by which a decision is made. The company looks at the data. I look at the data. Then the company puts the data to the FDA. The FDA will make the decision to do an emergency use authorization or a license application approval. And they have career scientists who are really independent. They’re not beholden to anybody. Then there’s another independent group, the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee. The FDA commissioner has vowed publicly that he will go according to the opinion of the career scientists and the advisory board.