New Nurses at Nebraska Medicine

In News, on December 4th, 2020

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OMAHA – In times of a pandemic two nurse managers at Nebraska Medicine attempt to fill high-demand work spaces. Lack of workforce and all the extra work continues to generate demand for help

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Nebraska State Penitentiary Covid Outbreaks

In COVID-19, News, on December 3rd, 2020

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LINCOLN – Just like the community at large, the prison system in Nebraska has been impacted greatly by COVID-19. It has entered into multiple facilities, spread and affected the most vulnerable.

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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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Caring For COVID-19 Patients at UNMC

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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Presidential Candidates; What to Expect in 2021 Regarding Immigration

In Elections 2020, News, South Omaha, on October 27th, 2020

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OMAHA – An immigration attorney who works for an omaha nonprofit organization hopes for changes that could benefit immigrant families.

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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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