José Zozaya, KGUN9 On Your Side

José Zozaya

KGUN9 On Your Side

Omaha, NE, United States

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Recent articles by José:

Local blood banks need holiday donations

Once donors wrap up their visit to the American Red Cross blood donation center on Broadway and Kolb, the pints of blood collected cannot afford to sit on the shelves for too long. → Read More

Prescription drug prices on the negotiating table with debate on federal bill

In this look at Two Americas, we talk to people about the financial stress they face in choosing to pay for life-saving drugs or sacrificing a prescription to have food on the table. → Read More

Advocates want to help Douglas County Health boost vaccine rate among Black community

North Omaha churches, nonprofits train health ambassadors as health department ramps up home visits to administer COVID-19 vaccine → Read More

Nebraska athletics, partners launch new fashion line inspired by coach Tom Osborne

50% of royalties for each 'TWO55" item sold will benefit Osborne's TeamMates mentorship program → Read More

Project Community: UNMC hosts panel on Hispanic health care outreach

Stakeholders, students discussed need for personal relationships, lower cost and easier access to care → Read More

Drivers in Cass County opt for gravel roads as bridge repair on Highway 1 continues

NDOT, contractors anticipate reopening exit into Murray by November; official detours adds more travel time many commuters want to avoid → Read More

Douglas County approves moving federal dollars to boost Tenant Assistance Project

$410,000 in aid was reallocated from agency under contract to helping disburse rental assistance → Read More

Douglas County Health prepare for COVID-19 vaccine for children

Pfizer plans to submit its data to the FDA and CDC by the end of the month → Read More

Millard elementary school masks up after cluster of COVID-19 cases leads to some students' quarantine

MPS District and Harvey Oaks Elementary have tracked 21 cases of COVID-19 since last Thursday, the same day leaders asked an entire 3rd grade classroom to enter quarantine → Read More

Council Bluffs Schools: All students, staff to wear masks

The district's decision comes less than a day after a federal judge halted the Iowa law that banned mask mandates in schools. → Read More

Douglas County Health preps for vaccine clinics at Omaha schools

12 middle schools, 7 high schools in OPS will host open houses later this week; district asked health department to set up convenient option for parents → Read More

Route set for Hometown Hero's return to Omaha

Thousands expected to line streets, overpasses for Cpl. Daegan Page's procession on Friday → Read More

On Labor Day, demand stays high for skilled workers in Nebraska

Even with lowest unemployment rate in nation, state leaders want to increase labor force → Read More

Aviation STEM Day at Millard Airport invites kids to explore passions & careers

3rd annual showcase also featured drone, robot technology → Read More

Nebraska Athletics rolls out 'Red Carpet Experience' for kids to attend Husker football games

New program maintains sellout streak inside Memorial Stadium for 376th game → Read More

Ongoing bus driver shortages leave OPS students waiting at stops

District, transportation director acknowledge being 50-60 drivers down from full capacity, hope to bring in new hires after Labor Day → Read More

Mentor of fallen Omaha marine helps feed, comfort his family

Final arrangements for Cpl. Daegan Page may take weeks to confirm, as neighbors and the community offer tributes of flags & flowers → Read More

Children's Hospital welcomes NICU patients to new Hubbard Center

State-of-the-art technology will add resources to teams caring for children in pediatric ICU, cardiac care → Read More

Gov. Ricketts doubles down on stance against mask mandates

Health and Human Services denied Douglas County health director's request to enact new directed health measure → Read More

Metro doctors, hospitals discuss Pfizer COVID vaccine approval

With hospitalizations straining local systems, healthcare providers hope agency's green light makes those who've hesitated more comfortable in getting a vaccine → Read More