It's the second year they can legally be bought in Omaha.
It's going to get louder in neighborhoods across the Omaha metro.
Fireworks go on sale today.
It's the second year they've been legal in Omaha. City prosecutor Marty Conboy says only seven citations were issued last year. "All of those were for violations that would have been state law violations," Conboy says. "So far, Omahans have responded very well to this."
There will be 35 fireworks tents around the city of Omaha, operated by non-profit groups. Last year, the city reported about $2.7 million in sales.