Warren Buffett's company recommits to Bank of America stock while dumping other banks

Warren Buffett recommitted to his favorite bank stock, Bank of America, during the first quarter while dumping two other banks as part of a number of moves in Berkshire Hathaway's stock portfolio.

Gov. Pillen visits La Vista for luncheon with National Safety Council

The National Safety Council’s Nebraska Chapter joined Pillen in recognizing 115 companies as well as inducted three people into the Safety Council Hall of Fame.

Farmers say SCOTUS ruling setback to Nebraska and Iowa pork industries

Pork producers in Nebraska and Iowa are calling a Supreme Court ruling that kept a California animal welfare law in place a big setback that will impact them and their customers.

3 News Now Latest Update | May 15 | 7 PM

The latest news, weather and headlines from KMTV 3 News Now in Omaha on Monday evening, May 15, 2023.

Meet the Omaha man behind The Lunchbox: Packed with Pop Culture, on display at The Durham Museum

As a student at Creighton University, Mark Kelehan got his start collecting lunchboxes 30 years ago with an iconic arcade character.

Lawsuit filed by Ryan Larson's mother against Papillion La Vista Community School District alleges negligence

Tammi Larsen, the mother of a La Vista boy who has been missing since 2021, has filed a civil lawsuit against the Papillion La Vista Community School District.

Advocates in Nebraska speak out against potential abortion and trans healthcare bans

LB 574, also known as the Let Them Grow Act, will be on the floor of the Unicameral Tuesday for what could be a final reading and vote.

'You can’t give up': 38-year-old Omaha stroke survivor shares story as cases rise in younger people

Virtual reality as a way to get back to health likely never entered Bijan Richard's mind nine months ago, but it's his reality now.

Water main break on West Center Road: 'It was so flooded that cars were scared to drive'

West Center Road between South 105th Street and South 108th Street will be closed for utility work/water main break by MUD and will be in effect until further notice.

Nebraska conservatives gamble on combining abortion, trans health bans

Conservative Nebraska lawmakers are taking what could be an all-or-nothing bet by proposing to merge two of the legislative session's most contentious proposals...

Kansas City police say baby found dead in Kansas City field

Kansas City police were notified Saturday evening that a dead body was found in the field in open, uninhabited area, police spokesperson Sgt. Jacob Becchina said.

Celebrate Council Bluffs wraps up on Sunday with a carnival next to Bayliss Park

The festivities wrapped up on Mother's Day with a special carnival. Karlee McIntosh said her family brought her to the carnival to celebrate Mother's Day.

Steelhouse Omaha hosts open house after its debut weekend

Steelhouse Omaha held an open house event on Sunday, inviting the public to tour the city's newest concert hall alongside some musical performances from local artists.

Nebraska Gov. condemns court ruling on the sale of pork produced in other states

A court ruling billed as a victory against what animal rights groups call animal cruelty involving hog confinement is being slammed by Gov. Jim Pillen as well as several major farm organizations.

Africa Culture Connection hosts fundraising event at Westside High School

The Africa Culture Connection hosted its annual fundraising event to highlight the importance of African culture and to raise funds for the nonprofit program.