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Past articles by Phil:

Nebraska Athletics moving to mobile ticketing

Nebraska Athletics will use contactless mobile entry at all venues starting this fall. → Read More

Topgolf Omaha to open next week

After its grand opening was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, Top Golf Omaha will open its doors to the public on July 13th → Read More

Nebraska Medicine physician gives Fourth of July safety tips amid COVID-19 pandemic

Dr. Rupp, the Chief of Infectious Diseases at Nebraska Medicine, recommended celebrating outdoors rather than indoors. He added people should also wear a mask if they’re in close contact with other people. → Read More

Health experts give advice on protecting yourself from COVID-19

It's important for people to continue to wear masks and practice social distancing moving forward. Experts also said parents need to be involved when deciding what activities their children do this summer. → Read More

With no CWS, businesses near TD Ameitrade Park hurting financially

The Dugout, which announced Friday it is closing its doors at the end of June for good, is losing 60-percent of its sales without the CWS. Include lost revenues from the Big Ten baseball tournament and NCAA men’s basketball tournament and the percentage is higher. → Read More

Old Market businesses adapting to weekend curfew

The curfew starts at 10 p.m. both Friday and Saturday night → Read More

Family of James Scurlock speaks out after his death

3 News Now reporter Phil Bergman speaks with James Scurlock's brother Nicholas Harden as well as his mother. → Read More

Patrons head to bars in Iowa after reopening

COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (KMTV) — On Thursday, bars across Iowa were allowed to open back up to patrons, as long as they still followed certain directed health measures. 3 News Now went out to Council Bluffs to talk with patrons who were getting drinks Friday afternoon. “Just to meet up again but be distanced is a good see a familiar face in a familiar spot,” said Jessie Stoffel, a… → Read More

University of Nebraska-Omaha professor discusses Omaha road bond passage

Omaha citizens last week voted to pass the $200 million bond issuance to help repair the city's roads → Read More

Batting cages remain open for baseball and softball players

The cages are permitted to be open for individual workouts and one-on-one coaching. → Read More

Midland University becomes first school in Nebraska to add women's flag football as a varsity sport

The program will be the first varsity women's flag football collegiate team in Nebraska and will start in Spring 2021 → Read More

Creighton biologists discuss the Asian giant hornet, nicknamed the "Murder Hornet"

While dangerous, the biologists say the buzz around the hornet is overblown → Read More

Businesses start to reopen in Omaha

Salons, barbers, tattoo parlors, restaurants among the businesses to open Monday → Read More

Sports psychologist discusses mental impact of COVID-19 on high school athletes

Student-athletes across the country had their spring seasons canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic → Read More

Four current and former University of Nebraska-Lincoln students file suit against NCAA

The suit claims UNL had “fostered a culture in which female victims are discouraged from reporting sexual assaults, sexual harassment, stalking, and other forms of gender discrimination when those acts are perpetrated by male student-athletes.” → Read More

Hamburg Community School District adapting to virtual classrooms

The Hamburg Community School District is also providing and delivering meals to 225 students daily → Read More

Omaha roofing company keeping busy during coronavirus

Prime Roofing says since roofers stay socially distant from others while working and are outside people's homes, customers haven't been wary of hiring them → Read More

Fremont County, Iowa still has no reported cases of COVID-19

County health leaders believe it is not a matter of if, but when, a case of COVID-19 comes to Fremont County. → Read More

Omaha Storm Chasers still operating with season on hold due to COVID-19 pandemic

The Storm Chasers are hosting Take-Out Tuesday and Saturday night fireworks events this week for fans → Read More

Creighton expert give financial advice for families during coronavirus

Julie Kalkowski said the most important thing people should do is create a spending plan for your family and track expenses → Read More