Lindsey Theis, ABC 13 Las Vegas

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ABC 13 Las Vegas

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Past articles by Lindsey:

Apple's Tools To Manage Screen Time Are A Step In The Right Direction

One expert says Apple's new digital health apps are a start, but they might not be enough for those addicted to the internet. → Read More

Singing 'Macarena' Could Help You Perform CPR

A new study from the University of Barcelona suggests the quality of chest compressions during CPR improves when you sing Macarena. → Read More

Area health spas offering IV hydration treatments

Demetrius Warren has experience with IVs. → Read More

Axe throwing comes to Omaha

Axe throwing is a thing. And a new recreation facility in downtown Omaha is opening soon for others to give the sport a try. → Read More

Strategic Air Command Museum giving behind the scenes tours

When you think of the Strategic Air Command or SAC Museum, you probably think of the large aircraft that tells the history of the air command over the years. → Read More

Omaha studio offers yoga to paraplegic patients

An Omaha yoga studio is just what the doctor ordered for patients who are paralyzed from the waist or neck down. → Read More

Go Ape treetop adventure course opens

A new obstacle and zip line course 40 feet in the air opened at Mahoney State Park Friday. → Read More

Omaha 13-year-old gets a 32 on the ACT

Call him a geek, call him a nerd, 13-year-old Bowen Steffen is proud of it. → Read More

UNO students hold Earth Week clothing swap

For the fourth year, UNO students have arranged a clothing swap. Before Thursday, students and teachers dropped off new or gently used items, collecting a total of 230 pounds up for grabs to keep it from a landfill. → Read More

Why do so many golden retrievers get cancer? Omaha dog owners help with study

Why do so many golden retrievers get cancer? Omaha dog owners are participating in largest canine study ever to hope to find out why. → Read More

Handmade in the Heartland: Homaha T-shirts

Christina Trapp first found a phrase of hometown pride when seh was a college student, going to school in Lincoln, she would often reference her hometown as Homaha. → Read More

Goat yoga comes to the Omaha area

Goat and lamb yoga has been a trendy activity in other cities, but it is now making its ways to the Metro. → Read More

Hundreds of daisies for a cancer patient named Daisy

Hundreds of paper daisies, art supplies, and presents have come in to Nebraska Medicine's Buffett Cancer Center for a little girl battling cancer named Daisy. → Read More

MCC's cyber security program provides new opportunity for students

If you're thinking you are not that secure, Metro Community College staff says their new cyber security programs may help. → Read More

More than 5,000 students play with Omaha Symphony

At the Holland Center this week, the 70 member symphony orchestra is getting some extra players. → Read More

Feel like breaking something? Grab a sledgehammer at Le Smash

Cold weather got you down? Have a bad case of the Mondays? A new attraction in town wants you to take those frustrations and do things like shatter plates and throw glasses against the wall. → Read More

Friends build hand-lettering business that's getting buzz: Handmade in the Heartland

Two Omaha women who run a business for hand-lettering and designing T-shirts, mugs, and pins are getting noticed by the likes of BuzzFeed. → Read More

Nebraska joins eight states to push for more diverse teachers in classrooms

Nebraska is joining eight states in the Council of Chief State School Officers in a new effort to diversify the education workforce. → Read More

Virtual, augmented reality technology applied to health care at UNMC

VR and AR. You may have heard about how these are changing video games, but virtual and augmented reality technologies are spreading far beyond gaming and entertainment, to places like health care. → Read More

Bioterrorism advisor visits Nebraska Medicine

Robert Kadlec, the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response at the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, made a visit to Nebraska Medicine's Biocontainment Unit Tuesday morning and called the facility a national treasure. → Read More