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27-year-old Nikko Jenkins was convicted of shooting four people in the head just weeks after finishing a decade-long prison sentence. (Booking photo: Omaha Police Department)

Man Found Guilty In 4 Omaha Shooting Deaths

Prison psychiatrist calls 27-year-old Nikko Jenkins “one of the most dangerous people” he had ever evaluated.

04/16/2014

File photo of a gavel in a court.  (Credit: Thinkstock)

Omaha Killing Suspect Sues Nebraska Prison System

The man charged with four counts of first-degree murder in the shooting deaths of four people in three separate attacks last summer is suing the state prison system and others for nearly $25 million.

02/22/2014

The "Big House" in Ann Arbor, MI (credit: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Gallo Goes There: Major College Football Towns Should Host Future Super Bowls

With all the extra attention an outdoor, cold weather Super Bowl has given the league, the NFL should commit to making the host city a major part of the Super Bowl story every year.

01/24/2014

Peyton Manning (Getty/Christian Petersen)

How Much Is An “Omaha” Worth?

Nebraska chamber of commerce pledges donation to Peyton Manning charity foundation

01/16/2014

Vahe, Akopyan, one of two men arrested in an alleged debit card skimming scheme.

Secret Service Arrests Two in Lake Saint Louis Debit Card Scheme

According to Lake Saint Louis police, the pair had $140,000 in cash on them at the time of their arrest, along with gift cards and other evidence.

11/22/2013

Photo via peaceworkskc.org

Missouri Drone Protesters Sentenced in Base Trespassing

Brian Terrell and retired minister Ron Faust of suburban Kansas City were found guilty of the misdemeanor offense in September.

10/12/2012

Photo via peaceworkskc.org

Missouri Anti-War Protesters Going On Trial

Ron Faust is a retired minister from Kansas City and Brian Terrell is a member of the Catholic Worker Movement.

09/10/2012

stormy sky

Meteorologist: Keep An Eye On The Sky Tonight

National Weather Service meteorologist Josh Boustead in Omaha says people in the Mississippi Valley should keep an eye to the sky today.

04/10/2011