Nebraska Medicine and UNMC staff are up-to-speed in case the cyberattack threat directed at the health care system in general across the country hits them, telling 6 News that they’ve taken “immediate and decisive steps to further protect its systems from this threat.”
The Council Bluffs Police Department is informing the public that Cox Communications has scheduled a network upgrade that will temporarily disable the phone lines of the station within the time frame of midnight Thursday to 5 a.m. Friday.
All Highland Elementary students had classes temporarily moved to full remote-learning Wednesday and will remain that way for the rest of the week after seven positive cases of COVID-19 were confirmed there in recent days.
As cases of COVID-19 continue to soar across Nebraska there’s a county a few hours west of Omaha managing to keep the virus largely at bay; the latest numbers showing only three reported cases of COVID-19.
In delivering the Omaha Police Department’s assessment Wednesday of officers’ response to protests in May and June, Chief Todd Schmaderer said of the 123 cases where officers used force, all but three were deemed appropriate.
Special Prosecutor Frederick Franklin filed a copy of the death certificate of Jake Gardner, the man indicted by a grand jury in the shooting death of James Scurlock during George Floyd protests downtown in May, on Tuesday along with an official dismissal of the indictment.
Halloween 2020 is all about candy, costumes, and for obvious reasons, safety.One Omaha woman is creating a way for the kids in her neighborhood to trick-or-treat safely. She’s doing it with the help of bright orange marker flags.
A former Omaha mayoral communications director and local meteorologist has been sentenced to 2 years' probation for threatening Douglas County Health Director Dr. Adi Pour when pandemic restrictions were being put in place.