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Past articles by Jennifer:

Positively the Heartland: Million Fathers March welcomes kids back to school

Community members lined up to loudly cheer on students at Mount View Elementary on their first day back to school. → Read More

Bellevue woman describes brain tumor journey ahead of run/walk

This weekend Omaha's Head for the Cure event will be in person after switching to a virtual run/walk last year. → Read More

Papillion teen creates flag disposal box for Eagle Scout project

A Papillion teen has been working on his Eagle Scout project, and it's already a hit in Sarpy County. → Read More

Teen receiving care in Omaha crochets to raise rare disease awareness

Ally Winter has been in Omaha for about a month after receiving care at Nebraska Medicine. She started crocheting as a child, but a few years ago she became more passionate about it and started crocheting daily. → Read More

Positively the Heartland: Omaha's spraygrounds offer free fun for the family

As the weather heats up, many families look for ways to cool off. Spraygrounds are a great, free option. → Read More

Papillion family grows beyond expectations after agency phone call

Andrew and Amy Feaser turned to adoption after four years of not getting pregnant after their first son. Since then they've adopted three kids and had another biological son. They never expected to have five kids but wouldn't have it any other way. → Read More

Council Bluffs artist thanks healthcare workers for COVID care

After recovering from COVID-19, Dany Reyes made a painting to pay tribute to those who cared for him. → Read More

Mom and son share diabetes diagnosis and perspective

Katie Beatty and her son Nicholas were diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in the same hospital, both at age 8. → Read More

Girl Scout Troop from Iowa homeless shelter shatters cookie sales goal

Troop 64224 out of Council Bluffs just shattered its cookie sales goal. They hoped to sell 1,000 boxes like they did last year, but they sold more than 26,000 boxes. → Read More

Officer shot at Westroads Mall identified

3 News Now confirmed with an OPD source that law enforcement has the suspected shooter in custody. → Read More

Former Husker athletes hit milestone to honor late son

We first introduced you to Mike and Megan Moudy in 2019 after they lost their toddler son, Ace, unexpectedly. It was categorized as Sudden Unexpected Death in Childhood (SUDC). They vowed to focus on finding out what happened to Ace and to honor his legacy. → Read More

New publisher of Nebraska's only Black-owned newspaper shares vision

Terri Sanders was recently announced the publisher of The Omaha Star. → Read More

Big Ten COVID protocols getting players on the field, helping study testing procedures

In order to get players back on the field, the Big Ten has made COVID-19 testing a priority. → Read More

Crocheting prayer shawls is right prescription for local woman

Nicole Gundersen eases her anxiety through crocheting, and in turn, helps others. → Read More

Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo increases capacity

Changes are coming to Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium. Most of Nebraska recently entered Phase IV of Governor Pete Ricketts' Directed Health Measures. This allows the zoo to increase overall capacity. → Read More

#EatItToBeatIt to limit risk of prostate cancer

The Prostate Cancer Foundation wants to raise awareness that lifestyle factors can impact cancer risk. → Read More

17-year-old dead in shooting at Omaha Motel 6

Twenty-year-old Mason Beaverson was arrested in connection to the shooting death of a 17-year-old on Friday night. → Read More

Life Care Center of Elkhorn reports two COVID-19 deaths

Life Care Center of Elkhorn sent a news release saying two residents have died after testing positive for COVID-19. → Read More

Omaha "miracle" boy will be 2020 Heart Ball Prince

The 2020 American Heart Association Heart & Stroke Ball Prince is 5-year-old Wyatt Vollertsen. → Read More

Westside employee overcomes obstacles in decades-long career

For 26 years, a familiar face has walked the halls of the Westside Community Schools Administrative building. Before Chad Kracher started his job, he went to school in the district. → Read More