West Nile virus has infected 22 Douglas County residents

Jessica Wade Editor in Chief The Douglas County Health Department reports that the West Nile virus has infected 22 people from across Douglas County this year,...

The Greatway: Landscape Services worker waters the flowers– and soul– of UNO

Kamrin Baker Digital Editor In the effort to promote positivity and trust surrounding journalism, the Gateway aims to write a series of good news stories throughout...

Warren Buffett donates over $100,000 to Daily Nebraskan

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR Warren Buffett announced his donation of over $100,000 in stock to the University of Nebraska, Lincoln student newspaper, the Daily Nebraskan on...

Seven @MeanStreetsOMA members disband after moral disagreements with founder

By Kamrin Baker DIGITAL EDITOR Early Tuesday afternoon, local Omaha Twitter feeds were abuzz with drama coming from the once-powerful independent news outlet, Mean Streets Omaha...

NU Foundation-owned property has caught attention of City of Omaha Property Maintenance

Jessica Wade; Will Patterson 7510 & 7520 Dodge Street The buildings at 7510 & 7520 Dodge Street, formerly a Bag ‘N Save grocery store and a...

Swastika found scorched into Memorial Park

Jessica Wade Editor in Chief KETV reported late Saturday night that a KETV photographer discovered a swastika burned into the grass at Memorial Park. Public Works crews...

Board of Regents approve tuition increase; another mid-year increase possible

Jessica Wade Editor in Chief With the approval of the 2018-19 operating budget by the University of Nebraska Board of Regents students can expect to see...

1936 Gateway article referenced by “The Atlantic”

Jessica Wade Editor in Chief A Gateway article from 1936 was referenced by The Atlantic Saturday in an article discussing the origin of “eighty-sixed”, a term...