October 2, 2014
An Omaha organization with the goal to make neighborhoods safer for children is getting ready for an annual fundraiser where those who have been killed are remembered.
Keep Kids Alive, Drive 25 founder Tom Everson sat down with Channel Six News Brian Mastre during First News Live at Four to discuss the event on Saturday, April 27, at Skutt Catholic High School.
Many local families who experienced the tragic loss of a child are expected to take part.
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