Pet Owners in Difficult Times Receive Relief

In COVID-19, News, on December 1st, 2020

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OMAHA – Although the process of adopting pets is a little slower than normal right now, people are still seeking to fill gaps of affection left by the lack of socialization.

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Available Treatments for COVID-19 Patients

In COVID-19, News, on November 2nd, 2020

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LINCOLN – In recent weeks the volume of patients in hospitals has been a hot topic. The University of Nebraska Medical Center has seen many more patients with COVID-19 in this surge than in the one in the spring.

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Senator Vargas, Hoping For A Second Term

In Election 2010, News, South Omaha, on October 21st, 2020

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OMAHA -Senator Tony Vargas’ main focus is helping the working class, those living on the poverty line, education and health care.

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Preston Love, Long Time Politician is Not Done Yet

In Election 2010, News, on October 14th, 2020

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Days before the elections, Preston Love, a long-time politician, seeks to be elected as a Democratic candidate to represent Nebraska in congress.

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ACLU Sues City of Omaha, Police Chief and Capitan Part 2

In BLM, News, North Omaha, South Omaha, on October 12th, 2020

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Maxwell is another one of the eight plaintiffs who are participating in the collective lawsuit against the city of Omaha, the chief, and the captain of the police, because of the mass arrest that happened in Farnam street at the end of July.

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ACLU Sues City of Omaha, Police Chief and Capitan Part 1

In BLM, News, North Omaha, on October 9th, 2020

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OMAHA – Triggered by the federal government’s decision to send troops to the city of Portland Oregon back in July to control the Protesters, another group of Protesters in Omaha organized a march.

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