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Recent articles by Phil:

Bellevue police and fire departments host shop with a cop event

Officers take underprivileged children in the community on an all-expense paid shopping spree at an area store → Read More

Congresswoman Cindy Axne, local business owner discuss TRACED Act

The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday passed the bill, which looks to stop unwanted robocalling, 417-3 → Read More

Omaha businesses staying busy on Cyber Monday

Experts expect Americans to spend nearly $9.4 billion in 2019 on Cyber Monday → Read More

Senior living communities look to fight loneliness over the holidays

The holiday season can be hard on elderly residents → Read More

Bellevue Police Department adds electronic storage device K-9 to unit

The dog detects items such as phones, USB devices and SD cards → Read More

Holiday Lights Festival moving to Old Market in 2019

The lights will move back to Gene Leahy Mall once construction finishes in 2021 → Read More

Phil in the Blank: Jojo Domann

LINCOLN, Neb. (KMTV) — On this week's segment of Phil in the Blank, reporter Phil Bergman was joined by Nebraska junior Jojo Domann to talk his favorite movies, pop stars and tackle celebrations. Watch the interview in the above video. → Read More

Omaha men's basketball hosts "kids day"

More than 1,600 elementary school students from the Omaha area attended the home opener → Read More

Phil in the Blank: Jacob Epperson

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — On this week's segment of Phil in the Blank, reporter Phil Bergman was joined by Creighton basketball sophomore Jacob Epperson to talk childhood heroes, nicknames and what it was like growing up in Australia. Watch the interview in the above video. → Read More

Iowans head to the polls on election day

Tuesday's elections were the first where voters were required to have a valid voter ID → Read More

Phil in the Blank: Garrett Nelson

LINCOLN, Neb. (KMTV) — On this week's segment of Phil in the Blank, reporter Phil Bergman sat down with Nebraska freshman linebacker Garrett Nelson to discuss rock bands, Halloween costumes and his favoirte celebrities to impersonate. Watch the interview in the above video. → Read More

Omaha home to three-time world champion wrestler

John Hansen, a grappler and jujitsu black belt, has won world titles in both Nogu and Nagi → Read More

Maurice Washington preliminary examination setting date delayed until October 17

The preliminary examination setting has been delayed four times → Read More

Cornhusker Marching Band preparing for 2019 football season

The band practices six to ten hours a week to get ready for each Huskers home game → Read More

High school activities take precautions concerning high heat

Teams practiced without pads and in shorts and were required to have a water break every 20 minutes → Read More

Sarpy County adding temporary stop signs at the intersection at at 84th and Platteview Road

There have been two fatalities at the intersection in the last year and a half → Read More

Iowa casinos, sports books taking legal bets

Iowa becomes the 11th state to legalize sports gambling → Read More

Lincoln woman loses 220 pounds in 18 months

Crystal Moore was named the TOPS International Queen Runner-Up after losing dropping from 450 pounds to 230. → Read More

Omaha school resource officers learning combat trauma first aid

As part of the "stop the bleeding" training, officers learned how to pack wounds, using a tourniquet and maintaining a person's airway. → Read More

Hamburg starting to rebuild Colonial Theater

HAMBURG, Iowa (KMTV) — In downtown Hamburg, numerous businesses suffered major damages from the flooding earlier this year. One of these businesses was the century-old Colonial Theater. Known for its famous $2 movies from Friday through Sunday nights, the theatre suffered around $100,000 worth of damage from the flooding. “This is the heart and soul, one of the oldest buildings here in town… → Read More