Leigh Waldman, KSAT 12

Leigh Waldman


Omaha, NE, United States

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Past articles by Leigh:

Joffrey Ballet School brings movement therapy to Uvalde

On the four-month anniversary of the Robb Elementary shooting, the Joffrey School of Ballet visited Uvalde to teach dance classes and help spread joy. → Read More

$27 billion class action lawsuit announced for Uvalde victims and survivors

A California-based civil rights attorney announced a massive $27 billion class action lawsuit on behalf of all of those who were impacted by the Robb Elementary shooting. → Read More

Texas Army National Guard helps with Medina County fire

The Texas Army National Guard played a key role in helping to control the Das Goat fire in Medina County. → Read More

Kellogg’s workers go on strike in Omaha, other cities

Contract negotiations between the company and workers failed to prevent the strike. → Read More

Good samaritan helps Omaha biker in need after accident

An Omaha man is recovering from a brain injury after a bike accident. → Read More

Broadway is back in the Omaha-metro

Broadway is back in the Omaha-metro. The Orpheum Theater is preparing for the opening night of Cats this week. → Read More

Food insecurities persists throughout pandemic

The Food Bank for the Heartland’s warehouse is a bustling place, the staff constantly bringing and sending out food. → Read More

Hurricane Ida evacuees take shelter in Omaha

Bryanna Tate and her four kids left New Orleans a day before Hurricane Ida made landfall. → Read More

Olympic spirit: 6 News Daybreak gives skeet & trap shooting a try

Men and women teams are going head-to-head in skeet and trap shooting for the first time during the Olympic games. → Read More

Golf pros give free lessons to Omaha Home for Boys

A group of seven young men from the Omaha Home for Boys hit the range to work on their swing and learn from the golf director at Oak Hills Country Club. → Read More

Nebraska Wildlife Rehab busy after severe storm

While many of us are cleaning up our own homes after the weekend storms, Nebraska Wildlife Rehab is busy saving the animals who lost theirs. → Read More

Debris piles getting big at collection sites around Omaha

Truck after truck filed into Levi Carter Park packed with debris. → Read More

Storm debris drop-off sites around the Omaha metro

In the aftermath of severe storms around the Omaha metro, cities have announced drop-off sites for damaged trees and debris. → Read More

Pandemic pet surge keeping Omaha veterinarians extra busy

As more people stayed home during the pandemic in the past year, shelter animals were adopted in record numbers. Caring for all of them has proved a new challenge for Omaha-area vets. → Read More

Omaha toddler heading home from hospital for the first time

An Omaha toddler is heading home from the hospital for the first time in his life. → Read More

Omaha Police investigate shooting, 16-year-old injured

Omaha police are in an ongoing investigation of a Saturday night shooting that injured a 16-year-old. → Read More

Omaha Police have not found second suspect in foot chase near 21st and Pacific

Omaha Police are searching for who they believe is an armed man after receiving a call of two armed men in a backyard near 21st and Pacific streets. → Read More

MISSING: 20 year anniversary of Jason Jolkowski’s disappearance

Twenty years ago on June 13, 2001, Jason Jolkowski went missing without a trace. → Read More

Omaha Fire Department hands out free bicycles to kids

Children and firefighters alike were happy to see the return of the annual Helmet Club Bikes for Kids program. → Read More

Volunteers needed for Olympics swim trials

Volunteers will have a variety of tasks, Todd said, including drug testing the athletes afterward and controlling access to the venue. → Read More