Brent Weber, WOWT 6 News

Brent Weber

WOWT 6 News

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Recent:
  • WOWT 6 News
Past:
  • FOX 12 Oregon KPTV
  • KCRG
  • nbc15_madison
  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • KKTV 11 News
  • KRCR News Channel 7

Recent articles by Brent:

Drop-offs on hold at Mission location due to renovation

Because of renovation inside the 60-year-old Timberlake Outreach Center building, the Open Door Mission temporarily pause drop-off donations until July 5. → Read More

CWS 2022: Teenager adds new color to College World Series with chalk drawings

Across the street from the stadium you can find some unique chalk drawings. → Read More

Negro Leagues history on display at North Omaha Museum

As interest in Black baseball history has grown in recent years, Ewing’s archives have grown for the annual “A League of Our Own, the Negro League Exhibit”, which runs through the month of June. → Read More

Douglas County drive-in brings modern tech to classic experience

Many Americans dream of starring on the big screen but the Karls had dreams of the big screen, under the stars. → Read More

OPS offers stipend to encourage retention, recruiting

Omaha Public Schools will offer stipends to staff and teachers the next two years. → Read More

Creighton professor sees rise of white nationalist hate rhetoric

In his research as an associate professor in communications study at Creighton University, Guy McHendry has seen the rise of violent, extremist movements → Read More

Suspect arrested near Carter Lake, found in hot tub

An erratic driver in a Carter Lake neighborhood led police on an unexpected chase across a golf course and into the water. → Read More

Nebraska experts weigh in on climate crisis

Last week the United Nation’s intergovernmental panel on climate change released a report written by hundreds of leading scientists showing it is “now or never” for worldwide action to avert climate disaster. → Read More

Omaha Broadway star returns home as Hades

Since embarking as a teenager on a successful career on stage and screen, Omaha’s Kevyn Morrow has never lost sight of his Northwest High School roots. → Read More

4,050 flags to remember Nebraskans lost to COVID

Rev. Joshua Sawyer of First Christian Church presented the idea to his congregation Sunday for a display to remember the date and those lost. → Read More

Omaha nonprofit hosts parvovirus vaccine clinic for dogs

A free vaccine clinic is part of ongoing efforts to protect dogs from the deadly canine parvovirus. → Read More

Baseball teammates, community remember fallen Omaha teenager

An 18-year-old Ralston High School senior, who in what has been called a tragic accident, was remembered by his baseball teammates and the community Saturday. → Read More

Police make arrest in Omaha teen homicide investigation

Omaha Police have made an arrest in connection to a deadly shooting of a teen. → Read More

As gas prices rise, Omaha metro drivers fill their tanks

AAA says Nebraska has the sixth cheapest gas in the country right now, but the average gas price is still $3.80 a gallon. → Read More

Omaha Storm Chasers G.M. part of change in baseball

In October, 2019, Schlender became the AAA franchise’s vice president and general manager. → Read More

Musical experience Up & Away provides ‘a magical experience’

The Rose Theater is preparing an uplifting opportunity for neurodiverse youngsters and their families with the musical production Up & Away. → Read More

Woman finds hope, encouragement for COVID-19 long-haulers

Smith was diagnosed with COVID-19 before vaccines were available, in December 2020. Fourteen months later, she’s finally getting answers to questions that doctor after doctor couldn’t answer. → Read More

Woman finds hope, encouragement for COVID-19 long-haulers

Smith was diagnosed with COVID-19 before vaccines were available, in December 2020. Fourteen months later, she’s finally getting answers to questions that doctor after doctor couldn’t answer. → Read More

Woman finds hope, encouragement for COVID-19 long-haulers

Smith was diagnosed with COVID-19 before vaccines were available, in December 2020. Fourteen months later, she’s finally getting answers to questions that doctor after doctor couldn’t answer. → Read More

Woman finds hope, encouragement for COVID-19 long-haulers

Smith was diagnosed with COVID-19 before vaccines were available, in December 2020. Fourteen months later, she’s finally getting answers to questions that doctor after doctor couldn’t answer. → Read More