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2435 S 123 Avenue, Omaha, NE 68144
Just a sweet & charming 3 bdrm, 2 bath home. Super clean & inviting street appeal. Nice eat-in kitchen with great cabinetry, white apps including newer frig. Finished basement with 1/2 bath, large family room, good storage. Other amenities: windows 5-10 ...
4908 Davenport Street, Omaha, NE 68132
Location, location, location! Be immersed in Dundee living in this cozy condo! Loads of storage, 2 car garage, gas fireplace open floor plan with spacious living room & kitchen that walk out to balcony! Big and bright bedrooms with en-suites and awesome ...
Purdue on roll as Big Ten Tournament returns to Omaha
OMAHA, Nebraska — The Big Ten baseball tournament will open a five-year run at TD Ameritrade Park on Wednesday with a wide-open field featuring two of the nation's hottest teams in Minnesota and Purdue and a defending champion in Iowa that's looking to ...
Salem Media Announces Sale of KGBI-FM in Omaha
Salem Media Group (SALM) announced today that it is selling Christian Contemporary Music Station, KGBI, 100.7 FM, in Omaha, Nebraska, to the University of Northwestern-St. Paul. Salem’s Broadcast Media President, Dave Santrella, said, “Salem rarely ...
Michigan’s roller-coaster season on the line in Omaha
Not anymore. The Wolverines are limping into the Big Ten tournament, which starts today in Omaha, Nebraska. But with an RPI that’s slouched to the mid-50s, at least they know right where they stand: Win the tournament, or go home. Last year, Michigan was ...