Omaha officials discuss cost-saving measures

Fri May 22 15:45:37 PDT 2020

Omaha officials discuss cost-saving measures

With the city's COVID-19 expenses totally about $71 million, the city has been taking some precautionary measures to reduce spending while they await word from the state and the county about how much funding influx to expect from CARES Act funds.

FULL VIDEO: COVID-19 Q&A with Commissioner Rodgers -- June 3 2020

Douglas County Commissioner Chris Rodgers was in our studio Wednesday, June 3, 2020, to answer viewer questions about racial disparities of COVID-19 during an interactive chat.

FULL VIDEO: Omaha curfew update with Stothert & Schmaderer

Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert and OPD Police Chief Todd Schmaderer held a news conference Wednesday, June 3, 2020, following the mayor's announcement that should would not be calling for a cufew tonight, despite the authorization given to her by the City Council to do so.

Retired Millard teacher sends assignment to students 30 years later

An assignment for some Millard North students is now being returned by their teacher. But the teacher needs help finding some of his students some 30 years later.

Omaha pastors meet with Gov. Ricketts after offensive comment

A new meeting between Governor Pete Ricketts and an Omaha Pastor who walked out on the governor earlier this week, outraged and offended by the governor's choice of words in a meeting with area pastors.

Omaha pastors meet with Gov. Ricketts after offensive comment

A new meeting between Governor Pete Ricketts and an Omaha Pastor who walked out on the governor earlier this week, outraged and offended by the governor's choice of words in a meeting with area pastors.

From farm to food bank

Its a move thats helping out farmers and food banks. As meatpacking plants continue to slow amid the pandemic, one Nebraska farmer has found a way to get his pigs processed while also feeding a need.

 

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