Marlo Lundak, WOWT 6 News

Marlo Lundak

WOWT 6 News

Omaha, NE, United States

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Recent articles by Marlo:

Farnam fight: Neighbors, city dispute over how to make Omaha street ‘two-way all-day’

The fight over turning Farnam Street “Two-way all-day” continues with a community meeting planned for Monday night. → Read More

City Council approves zoning for new Costco location in west Omaha

At its meeting Tuesday afternoon, the City Council unanimously approved re-zoning a piece of property in west Omaha to become a new Costco location. → Read More

Two teenage Omaha area figure skaters heading to national level

In November two local athletes are taking their talents to a national stage. → Read More

Wahoo school dedicates FFA learning center to former student killed in crash

Landen Montanio had a passion for welding, and a new space at his former high school will honor him and inspire future students. → Read More

Omaha gamer saves life of friend experiencing crisis

When his friend began posting alarming things on social media, Nathan Baker jumped into action. → Read More

Demolition of W. Dale Clark Library costlier than expected

It’s going to take more money than initially thought to demolish the W. Dale Clark Library. → Read More

Neighbors conflicted following city’s announcement to revitalize South Omaha’s Mandan Park

The road through Mandan Park will officially close as the park undergoes a facelift. → Read More

Omaha student’s research project highlights spinal cord injuries, disabilities through art

The project aims to educate people on different spinal cord injuries through inclusive art. → Read More

Downtown Omaha library officially closes; interim location ready to open

Library goers said their final goodbye to the W. Dale Clark library Sunday, while staff is getting ready to open the new interim branch Monday. → Read More

Texas pro-life activist working with locals to ban abortion in Bellevue

A Texas man is traveling to Nebraska cities and towns to help residents ban abortion. The next target: Bellevue. → Read More

NASA astronaut inspires OPS students, parents ahead of new school year

The inspirational astronaut met with families at OPS' Buena Vista High School. → Read More

New Nebraska pro-choice group seeks to stop potential abortion ban

The group plans to gather every Wednesday through September. → Read More

Special equipment, cruisers help keep Omaha Police K9s safe from summer heat

OPD does all they can to protect their four-legged partners from the heat and ensure they can do their jobs. → Read More

WWII veteran celebrates 106th birthday in Elkhorn

Joe Burgess celebrated 106 years of life surrounded by friends, family, and music. → Read More

Nebraska’s largest 4th of July parade draws thousands despite heat

More than 40,000 people braved the heat to experience Nebraska's biggest 4th of July celebration. → Read More

Omaha artists get connected to world of NFTs thanks to local organization

NFTs are the future for many digital artists, and one local business is helping artists get there. → Read More

CWS 2022: Vintage vendors a growing hit in Omaha’s Baseball Village

Vendors are finding success at the College World Series by selling throwback clothing items. → Read More

Nebraska animal control responds to dozens of calls for pets left in cars in summer heat

The Nebraska Humane Society has saved dozens of pets this month after they have been locked in hot cars. → Read More

Do Space give hundreds of free laptops, Wi-Fi devices to further internet accessibility in Omaha

Nearly 1,000 laptops will be given to community members who don't have reliable internet access. → Read More

City Council approves new North Omaha theatre project

North Omaha will finally have its own dedicated theatre space for the performing arts. → Read More