February 3rd, 2022
Legend Comic and Coffee, Relocated ‘The Legend Narrate…Must Look For The Right Place’
OMAHA-When Legends Comic and cafe had to close due to the pandemic the store continued providing the same service to its customers.
January 17th, 2022
Ready to Quit? Make Your 2022 Tobacco-Free
OMAHA-The number of tobacco users in Nebraska is slowly decreasing in the last few years but not as envisioned, which is why DHHS continues its efforts in helping smokers have a healthier lifestyle.
January 12th, 2022
Omaha Native Recounts 1975 Weather Events (Tornado)
OMAHA-In 1975 an F4 category tornado that made landfall in Omaha, passed distant from where nurse Deb Bahr lived but close to her mother’s home.
January 11th, 2022
Omaha Native Recounts 1975 Weather Events (Winter Blizzard)
OMAHA-In 1975 Omaha was stunned by one of the most powerful winter blizzards that left about 13 inches of snow.
January 10th, 2022
Prisons, Abortion, Presidency among Topics Addressed by Ricketts
Neb-Prisons, abortion, and the presidency were among the topics discussed by Gov. Pete Ricketts in a wide-ranging interview with Nebraska Public Media News.
January 7th, 2022
OMAHA-Keith Fix was a tech entrepreneur before he was a teenager. His latest venture is Retail Aware, an Omaha start-up using sensors to provide shopper data to some of the biggest companies in the world
January 6th, 2022
Challenges for Nebraska’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem
Neb-.The “Entrepreneurship in Nebraska,” is a report that was produced by the UNO Center for Public Affairs Research in partnership with the Nebraska Business Development Center.
January 5th, 2022
Nebraska Need Behavioral Care Providers
OMAHA-The lack of behavioral care providers is even worse in rural Nebraska
December 28th, 2021
Long Haul Covid-19
OMAHA-Dr. Andrew Vasey Assistance professor of internal medicine at UNMC says Much is still unknown about long haul effects.