Top 6 on 6: This week’s most-watched videos - Nov. 19

Check forgery, Friday night football, and Omaha’s latest redevelopment plans — these are the most eye-catching stories from the past week, according to our viewers.
Published: Nov. 19, 2021 at 4:04 PM CST
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(WOWT) - Below are the most-watched videos and most-clicked stories for the week ending Friday, Nov. 19.

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6. Bellevue Police asking for help in identifying forgery case suspect

Can you identify this woman? She was caught on a Bellevue bank’s security footage cashing a multi-thousand-dollar check that was stolen from a Lincoln business.

Bellevue Police have asked for assistance in identifying a suspect in a forgery case that spans two cities.

5. New redevelopment plans for Omaha’s old Civic Auditorium site

From a mixture of affordable housing and market-rate apartments to retail and office space, the old Civic Auditorium site will finally be a place for new development after closing its doors in 2014.

4. FNF: Bellevue West vs. Westside

A Friday night thriller on Nov. 12 with a trip to the State Championship on the line, Westside trailed the Thunderbirds 20-10 on their home turf at halftime.

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3. Rittenhouse trial: Prosecution and defense debate ‘active shooter’

Now that the high-profile trial has concluded, take a look back at the prosecution’s argument that Kyle Rittenhouse was an “active shooter.”

2. EXCLUSIVE - 24th & Lake redevelopment: Businesswoman has big plans for heart of north Omaha

North Omaha residents finally got an answer to a long-standing question as community leaders recently announced a major economic development in the “heart of north Omaha” near 24th and Lake streets.

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1. Parking pad lease fee coming for Omaha homeowners

Coming in at No. 1 for both most-read and most-viewed was a surprise for many Omaha property owners who have parking pads on the city right of way: Officials reported that many of those spots will no longer be free, but will be leased by the city.

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