December 20th, 2021
Senior Living Centers Receiving Visitants in Time for The Holidays
OMAHA-Compared to last year, residents can now have a more festive Christmas season. Family visits are less restricted than last year. In these Christmas celebrations, residents were able to receive a family visit.
December 17th, 2021
Photos Speaking For Themselves
OMAHA-Between photo collections and a study center dedicated to Afghanistan, a strong bond has been created between the Omaha community and that country.
December 7th, 2021
Compassion and Curiosity Dr. Mark Gilbert (Part Two)
OMAHA-Gilbert painted, drew, and photographed patients during illness, surgery, and recovery. This series “Saving Faces” was exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
December 6th, 2021
Compassion and Curiosity Dr. Mark Gilbert (Part One)
OMAHA-Dr. Mark Gilbert graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 1991 and his work has been exhibited in galleries and museums in Europe and North America.
December 1st, 2021
It’s Just The Season to Give
OMAHA – This holiday season, there is someone who can wrap your gifts at no cost, as many as you have because she enjoys it, and she has been doing it since she was 12 years old. Breauna Wright helps those who want their gifts wrapped but are not able to.
July 12th, 2021
Devotion, Family, and Food Since 1925. Viva Santa Lucia
OMAHA – Devotis walk guarding Santa Lucia, making sure she is safe and unharmed as she makes her way through the streets of Little Italy in Omaha near 10th and Williams streets.
July 12th, 2021
Years of Black History, Captured in Pencil by a Retired Art Teacher
In 1921, Bessie Coleman received the first pilot’s license issued to an African American woman and a Native American woman.
June 15th, 2021
Deadly Temperatures Haunt Workers
In a three-story building near 38th and Harney streets, a crew of eight roofers pastes the underlayment or roofing tar paper, which goes between the roof deck and the shingles.
May 25th, 2021
Great Comeback For This Fighter
One day when Servando Perales was 9 years old, he followed his older brother to a boxing club near downtown Omaha.