“The Life of Harold Dow,” an Omaha pioneer

July 27th, 2011

By Robyn Wisch, KVNO News

Omaha, NE- One of Omaha’s most famous journalists died suddenly last year. Harold Dow was the first African American reporter to broadcast on the air in Omaha.

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Once a slave, then a scientist

July 26th, 2011

By Robyn Wisch, KVNO News

Omaha, NE – He was born into slavery, and he became one of the country’s leading scientific minds. The life and contributions of George Washington Carver are now on display at the Durham Western Heritage Museum.

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Tree of life gets mixed reviews

July 25th, 2011

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Omaha, NE – One of the year’s best movies may already be in theaters. That is, depending on whom you ask.

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“Leadie Gaga” educates about hidden dangers

July 25th, 2011

By Angel Martin

Omaha, NE – This weekend, a mother shared her personal story about how the four letter word, lead, changed her family’s life.

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Alberts confronts controversy head-on

July 22nd, 2011

By Brandon McDermott

Omaha, NE – UNO’s Athletic Director has taken a lot of heat from fans and athletes this year. Brandon McDermott sat down with Alberts to discuss the transition to D1, and the aftermath.

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Latino teens tackle public health

July 22nd, 2011

By Robyn Wisch, KVNO News

Omaha, NE – Latino youth are taking their health into their own hands, with a movement they want to see go global.

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