OMAHA -- - The Omaha Professional Firefighters Association presented a check of $12,500 to help local breast cancer programs on Wednesday.
The funds came from Project Pink'd light bulb and t-shirt sales. Plus, the hashtag #OmahaPinkdOut also helped raise $1 each time it showed up on social media during the month of October.
This is the fourth year Omaha firefighters partnered with Project Pink'd to help fight breast cancer.
Omaha Police are responding to reports of a drowning at an apartment pool at 90th and Blondo.
A child was struck by a vehicle Sunday evening in a hit-and-run near 36th and Kansas.
Now that the storms have passed ,we will start to see the clouds decrease over Omaha heading into the afternoon.
A 68-year-old Nebraska man has died after getting trapped under a riding lawn mower.