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Past articles by Alexa:

Native Omahan Days kicks off Monday

For the past 44 years Native Omaha Days has promoted the history of North Omaha. → Read More

Riverfront Revitalization Project reusing materials from Gene Leahy Mall

The Riverfront Revitalization Project is going strong in downtown Omaha. → Read More

Four teens are dead and one injured following overnight crash in Sarpy County

Four teens were pronounced dead at the scene and one was taken to the hospital with burns. → Read More

National Pizza Party Day in the Omaha Metro

Whether you want to order in, carry out or make a pizza yourself. The best way to celebrate is by enjoying whatever kind of slice you like. And local pizzarias are gearing up for big business today. → Read More

Six-year-old Bellevue girl is dead after being hit by an SUV Sunday night

A six-year-old Bellevue girl died after she was hit by an SUV Sunday night. → Read More

CHI Hospital St. Elizabeth's is helping parents feel close to NICU babies through a camera

A Lincoln CHI hospital, St. Elizabeth's, is using technology that may make a difference helping parents feel like they are there when they can't be. This new technology is the Angel Eye camera system. → Read More

The singing superintendent of Missouri Valley, Iowa

Brent Hoesing has been the superintendent of Missouri Valley Schools for two years, but last year he changed the way he delivers school announcements. → Read More

Hookah smoking increasing in popularity according to CDC

Hookah smoking is most popular for people aged 18 to 24 according to the Centers for Disease Control. → Read More

Leading the way at Meadows Elementary with student job leadership program

Teachers at a Ralston elementary school are having their students apply for jobs within the school, with an application and a sit-down interview as a part of the process. → Read More

Tips to prevent your pipes from freezing

Damage related to a frozen pipe could cost you about $12,000 per insurance claim. State Farm agent, Kyle Iske said his office sees about ten to 20 claims like that a year. → Read More

Heartland Hope Mission providing help to families affected by government shutdown

Heartland Hope Mission helps anyone in need in the community with every day food and hygiene products. → Read More

HDR Headquarters brings around 1,000 people to Aksarben Village

The new ten-story HDR Headquarters building in Aksarben is now home to almost 1,000 employees. → Read More

How to tell if you have the flu and different ways doctors are diagnosing it

Cough, fever, runny or stuffy nose. It can be hard to tell if you have the common cold or the flu. → Read More

Farmers could be affected in the Cornhusker state by the government shutdown

Subsidies coming to them from the president's tariff war with China are administered by the Farm Service Agency which is currently shutdown. → Read More

Hospitals now required to show pricing for services online

Thanks to a new law, you can now find how much a certain procedure would cost at the hospital online. However, what the hospital posts may not actually be what you pay. → Read More

Siena Francis House over capacity due to colder temperatures

The shelter is built to hold less than 400, and recently they have been averaging about 500 a night. → Read More

Local business helping Fontenelle Hills Apartment fire victims

Diane Bruce, owner of B&B Grill and Arcade in Bellevue decided to be a drop off point for cash donations and other essentials for the fire victims. → Read More

The Salvation Army is sorting through the donated toys, still time to donate

The donated toys are being sorted at the Salvation Army and this year they will be able to help around 1500 families in need. → Read More

Angel Tree Toy Drive wraps up for this holiday season

The Salvation Army is able to help over 1,000 families get gifts for the holidays due to a large amount of toys donated → Read More

Union Pacific Train 4141 on display in Omaha until December 12th

On Sunday Union Pacific Train 4141 stopped in Omaha, the train that carried George H. W. Bush to his final resting place in Texas. → Read More