The loss of life and stunning devastation in Oklahoma City suburbs after a monster tornado ripped through the area are heart-wrenching. But within hours, relief organizations were getting out the message on how to help.
Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman used his power of the line-item veto Tuesday to cut $200,000 from the U.S. Senior Open in Omaha this summer. The money would have been used for promotional and visitors activities at the event.
Chime Master's Mobile Millennium Carillon will turn more than a few heads as it rolls down the road to appear at Lauritzen Gardens on Memorial Day weekend (May 25 through 27) for the fourth consecutive year.
More than 3,300 walkers and runners will line up on Monday, May 27, 2013 for the annual Memorial Day Run to benefit programs and services for children who are deaf and hard of hearing at Boys Town National Research Hospital.
The American Red Cross is working around the clock to help people in Oklahoma after Monday’s devastating tornadoes with shelters, food, water and supplies, and more workers, supplies and equipment are moving into the area today.
An Omaha charity asks for help and the community responds. Tuesday afternoon Palleton Inc. dropped off 2,300 bottles of water at the Open Door Mission. On Monday the nonprofit told Channel Six they were in desperate need of water.