Sean Everson, KETV NewsWatch 7

Sean Everson

KETV NewsWatch 7

Omaha, NE, United States

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Past articles by Sean:

Crash on West Dodge Expressway causes major backups

A crash in the middle lane of the eastbound West Dodge Expressway is causing major traffic delays during Wednesday rush hour. → Read More

Crash on northbound I-680 causes major delays

A crash on northbound I-680 at Pacific Street caused long delays Tuesday morning. The crash happened around 8 a.m. The right two lanes are closed with emergency crews on scene. People were asked to avoid the area and use an alternate route if possible.By 10 a.m., the scene was cleared and traffic was flowing normally. OMAHA, Neb. — A crash on northbound I-680 at Pacific Street caused long delays… → Read More

Crash on westbound I-80 causing major delays Tuesday morning

The right three lanes are closed with emergency crews on scene. → Read More

Crash on I-80 in Council Bluffs injures two people

Crash on I-80 in Council Bluffs injures two people → Read More

Major crash on Interstate 80 causes delays early Wednesday

A crash on eastbound I-80 near the I-480 split is causing long delays Wednesday morning. → Read More

'We are taking care of each other': health director says Douglas Co. is moving in right direction

'We are taking care of each other': health director says Douglas Co. is moving in right direction → Read More

Creighton Prep-Westside rivalry will look different in the stands this year due to fan restrictions

Fans limited to family members for high school football; masks also required → Read More

Teachers adjust to first day of school online

You won't find any students inside Wakonda Elementary, but they're still learning in Taylor Gunter's first grade classroom. Omaha Public Schools provided video showing us how Gunter is adjusting, like using ice pop sticks with icons on them to help first graders use their devices during class."I'll show you real quick these little buttons. And I'll hold it up to the screen if it's your turn to… → Read More

Hundreds of Nebraska child care providers fear they'll have to close without additional funding

According to a survey conducted by the Buffett Early Childhood Institute → Read More

Omaha opens five outdoor pools Wednesday at 75% capacity, extended hours

Omaha opens five outdoor pools Wednesday at 75% capacity, extended hours → Read More

Scott Aquarium and Desert Dome reopen at Henry Doorly Zoo with restrictions

Scott Aquarium and Desert Dome reopen at Henry Doorly Zoo with restrictions → Read More

Thursday marks first day for baseball, softball games to be played in Nebraska during pandemic

Thursday marks first day for baseball, softball games to be played in Nebraska during pandemic → Read More

Senator Sasse pushes for police reform, O. P. O. A. President disappointed with comments

Senator Sasse pushes for police reform, O. P. O. A. President disappointed with comments → Read More

Percival farmer perseveres through historic floods, pandemic

Percival farmer perseveres through historic floods, pandemic → Read More

City has removed graffiti from close to 150 locations in downtown since Sunday

City has removed graffiti from close to 150 locations in downtown since Sunday → Read More

Old Market businesses back to regular hours after city curfew lifted

Old Market businesses back to regular hours after city curfew lifted → Read More

CDC: 176 children died from this flu season, only 20% of those children had the flu vaccine

CDC: 176 children died from this flu season, only 20% of those children had the flu vaccine → Read More

Open Door Mission 'COVID-19 free', shelter welcomes new guests while enforcing safety

Open Door Mission 'COVID-19 free', shelter welcomes new guests while enforcing safety → Read More

'Grassroots step toward revitalization': Organization builds community garden at 24th & Spencer

'Grassroots step toward revitalization': Organization builds community garden at 24th & Spencer → Read More

Restaurant owner slowly hiring back laid off employees, still not making a profit

He's still not making a profit, but seeing his "regulars" again gives him hope. → Read More