Marlo Lundak, WOWT 6 News

Marlo Lundak

WOWT 6 News

Omaha, NE, United States

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Past articles by Marlo:

Sarpy County emergency alert system to get upgrade, tornado siren tests move to Wednesdays

A $920,000 contract will help bring much-needed upgrades to Sarpy County's emergency alert system. → Read More

Nebraska legislature set to debate permitless conceal carry bill this week

The same bill failed in the legislature last year by just two votes. → Read More

New I-80 access point in planning process for western Sarpy County

Sarpy County's continued growth could mean more access to Nebraka's largest interstate system. → Read More

Union Omaha looking to build new soccer stadium

Omaha’s professional soccer team is hoping to build a new stadium downtown and a bill in the Nebraska Legislature could help them pay for it. → Read More

Uncle of Target shooting suspect creates nonprofit offering early intervention mental health support

Long before Jones walked into that Target, Derksen was in the process of creating a nonprofit organization focused on mental health support, hoping to stop anyone else from getting to the crisis situation Jones ended up in. → Read More

Hundreds gather to support Bellevue’s Nettie’s restaurant employees following devastating fire

Enchiladas and margaritas - all for a good cause. → Read More

Omaha housing market slowing down, still low on inventory

Some argue that now may be a great time to buy a home, despite higher interest rates than previous years. → Read More

Omaha students gain real-world firefighting experience through one-of-a-kind MCC internship

MCC and Bennington are partnering up to give future firefighters more real-world experience. → Read More

Omaha’s Duchesne Academy reaches zero waste threshold

A big milestone for one Omaha school when it comes to living sustainably. → Read More

Ninja Warrior record breaker meets with young athletes in Omaha

Sunday, dozens of young athletes learned life lessons from an NBC Ninja at their Omaha gym. → Read More

New mid-sized concert venue making progress in downtown Omaha

Steelhouse Omaha is making steady progress, and will hopefully bring new musical talent to the city. → Read More

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