Bankrupt Gordmans has a buyer

Stage Stores, Inc. has announced that its subsidiary has prevailed in its bid to acquire select assets of Gordmans Stores, Inc. through a bankruptcy auction.


With many licensed in-home child care providers in the area, DHHS can only do so much to make sure these facilities are up to state regulations, including announced inspections.


Following the Trump administration's decision to issue a presidential permit to pipeline builder TransCanada to build the Keystone XL pipeline last week, a lawsuit has been filed to block construction.


Investigators are going through thousands of angry voicemails left for a local NCAA referee. Referee John Higgins of Omaha says he's received death threats after Kentucky's loss to North Carolina in the NCAA South Regional final.



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Garcia fate remains in limbo as hearing stalls


Woman helps children who lost everything in fire


DHHS regularly inspects licensed daycares


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Cabela's stock soars on report about credit card unit sale


Senators push bill to hold USA gymnastics accountable


Major gift elevates classical music programming at Lied Center


Received, anticipated rainfall totals


Lincoln's south beltway project could cost $300 million


Ice cream shop publishes unconventional 'help wanted' ad


Ammonia leak at southwest Lincoln warehouse


Poetry book celebrates 150 years of Nebraska history


Teenager wanted for murder, still on the run


Former golf course treasurer accused of embezzlement


Lincoln bridge being renamed in honor of slain soldier


Driver injured when pickup struck train, authorities say


Former teacher accused of sex abuse gets jail, probation


Top 10 severe weather myths


Daycare provider cited after 2-year-old suffers THC exposure | Daycare shut down


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