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Past articles by Sydney:

Pastors come together for prayer vigil

Several pastors came together Monday to pray for forgiveness, reconciliation, unity, mercy and healing. → Read More

New Directed Health Measures ease restrictions on Omaha restaurants

Bars and restaurants can now operate at full capacity in Douglas County thanks to the new Directed Health Measure. → Read More

FBI Omaha warns public about cyber-security, email scams

Special agents with the FBI's Omaha division are cracking down on yet another scam. → Read More

Council Bluffs bars to reopen May 28

In less than a week bars in Iowa can reopen for business. → Read More

Museum, events/arts venue hold off on reopening

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds lifted restrictions for more businesses and social gatherings in the state. → Read More

The Big Garden sees rise in customers due to pandemic

One impact of the coronavirus response is gardening. An Omaha nonprofit is doing its part to help people grown their own food. → Read More

FBI Omaha warns of COVID-19 related scams

As the number of COVID-19 cases increases so do scams related to the virus. → Read More

Bellevue church reopens for Sunday service

A number of local churches open their doors for Sunday service for the first time in more than a month. → Read More

Junkstock to move spring show online

WATERLOO, Neb. (KMTV) - — The Junkstock artisan craft show is another large event in Douglas County that's being impacted by COVID-19. Organizers of the show host several shows a year, but for the first time, the event is going virtual due to the coronavirus. "It's very weird at the farm. Sycamore Farm has been our home and it's always hustling and bustling but this year it's different,"… → Read More

Council Bluffs gym prepares to re-open

In just a few days, local restaurants, retails stores and fitness centers will be allowed to re-open for business. → Read More

South Omaha community center serving working families

A South Omaha community center is open to parents who still need to work everyday and can't do it from home. → Read More

Omaha restaurant to remain take-out only despite new directed health measure

Soon restaurants in Douglas, Sarpy and Cass counties will be allowed to re-open for dine in customers. → Read More

Omaha School of Music & Dance transitions all lessons online

School teachers aren't the only educators having to alter the way they teach students. → Read More

Nebraska Department of Labor processing thousands of unemployment benefit requests

The state's labor commission has important information for those who are now unemployed due to the pandemic. → Read More

Sorority and family celebrate long-time community member's 100th birthday

Ruth Thomas' 100th birthday will be a celebration she'll always remember. → Read More

OPPD, Governor warn against utility scams

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — Omaha's Public Power District wants people be aware of a rise in scam calls due to COVID-19. "We really want customers to be armed with information so they don't fall for these scams," OPPD's Jodi Baker said. OPPD says customers have reported an increased amount of scam calls during the pandemic. "Right now it's so important to have that electricity and so that's what… → Read More

Goodwill Omaha and Max I. Walker providing scrubs for health care workers

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — A local dry cleaning service is doing their part to help nurses during the pandemic. 3 News Now reporter Sydney Gray shows us what they're doing to help. → Read More

Nebraska State Patrol urging safety, good citizenship during pandemic

While traffic citations are down, the Nebraska State Patrol says speeding citations are up. → Read More

Omaha church hosts Palm Sunday drive-in service

In an effort to keep everyone safe, an Omaha church hosted its first drive-in service on Palm Sunday. → Read More

Council Bluffs church hosts drive in service

A Council Bluffs church held a service like no other Sunday morning. → Read More