The zoo doesn't know how the animals were exposed, but said they're expected to recover.
The museum plans to add more displays for NASCAR and off-road racing and grow its land speed, drag racing and custom show car displays. It also plans more interactive displays for youth and families.
The university, city and state are preparing for the first Husker home game with fans in 21 months.
Longtime efforts to renovate a second-story Opera House in Friend, retaining a piece of history and creating a new community gathering place, have gained momentum.
The Hubbard Gorilla Valley is undergoing a $7 million project, partly a face-lift and partly an enhancement for the animals, and remains closed until July, as does the Orangutan Forest, the Elevator Building and the Simmons Aviary.
Take a hike up Spirit Mound, a stop on the Lewis and Clark trail. Located northwest of Vermillion, South Dakota, the site is one of the few pl…
Jon Farrar, whose natural history photographs and articles helped inspire a greater appreciation of Nebraska's flora and fauna, died March 30. He was 73.
"When it’s your turn, get the vaccine." Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff visited a hospital and vaccination site in Blair, Nebraska, on Tuesday to promote the health care provisions in the stimulus bill.
Journal Star photographers have captured life in the city for the past months with some activities going on as usual but many sights out of the norm.
SouthPointe Cinema and East Park Cinema will open Aug. 28. Marcus did not announce an opening date for the Edgewood Cinema.
Dunking produce in soap and water, even if you rinse well, will likely leave behind soap residue that can cause stomach upsets, nausea and vomiting.
In the midst of COVID-19 uncertaintly, people still love eating great food -- and are seeking it out to-go or delivery at local restaurants who are struggling to keep their doors open.
The church's lot was filled with more than 100 vehicles for a 10 a.m. service, which a worship band and speaker led from a flatbed trailer.
Northeastern Iowa communities are being inspired to stage teddy bear hunts to cheer children and unite neighborhoods by the award-winning children’s book , “Going on a Bear Hunt” by Michael Rosen.
Take a look at the 1918 flu pandemic response in Lincoln and Nebraska. Millions were infected globally.
Local church leaders are using use technology and social media platforms to serve the spiritual needs of their congregations while their churches remain closed to the public.
Curbside service at Den Herder Veterinary Hospital has been put into place to safeguard the health of pet owners, veterinarians and staff while continuing to treat pets.
Do you have a car and a willingness to help seniors stay healthy and fed during the COVID-19 crisis? Northeast Iowa Area Agency on Aging needs volunteers to deliver Meals on Wheels.