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Omaha Gets View of Downtown Park Plans

Omaha, NEB. -- The city's new downtown baseball stadium is designed to keep the College World Series in town for decades.

The new stadium should open in 2010.

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CNN: Obama Sails To Nebraska Caucus Win

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  • Nebraska Awaits May Primary and Party Conventions

    Latest Headlines from The Gateway

    Oracle of Omaha Draws Record Crowd to Omaha

    OMAHA, Neb. -- Billionaire Warren Buffett's annual Berkshire Hathaway sharholders' meeting May 3 drew more than 33,000 people to the Qwest Center. Revisit our Three Days in Omaha program from the 2007 meeting.

    The Omaha News staff visited with Mr. Buffett and had lunch with him March 31, 2008.

    See the May 8 live broadcast!

    See the slideshow!

    TV Viewers Flock to Web

    OMAHA, Neb. -- TV viewers can now find their favorite shows at online sites. Ryan Rakowsky reports that TV networks and viewers benefit from the new model.

    Viewers missing a favorite show can see free downloads at ABC's site, and all major networks now sell episodes on iTunes.

    Links of The Week

    AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety

    Aim Institute

    Autism Society of America

    Boys & Girls Club of Omaha

    Habitat for Humanity

    International Studies at UNO

    Federal Trade Commission

    Life or Meth

    Lutheran Family Services

    Marverick Land Blog

    Nebraska Human Society

    Nebraska Regional Poison Center

    Nebraska Studies

    Omaha Jitterbugs

    7 Days of Service

    News Blogs Offer Omaha Voices

    OMAHA, Neb. -- University of Nebraska at Omaha students in the School of Communication entered the blogosphere during the 2004-2005 academic year.

    The American Democracy Project featured student reporters covering election night in November and the issue of media and morality in April.

    Project Omaha Contributes to UNO Newscast

    OMAHA, Neb. -- Omaha South High School students had a taste of college life. The Project Omaha producers covered news from South O.

    The Omaha News plans to develop new partnerships in 2008-09.

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