Johan Marin, WOWT 6 News

Johan Marin

WOWT 6 News

Omaha, NE, United States

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Past articles by Johan:

Omaha summer camps hopeful for uptick in staff in the upcoming months, amid shortages

Here in Omaha, several summer camps are still waiting for more applicants. → Read More

Council Bluffs Railroad Museum looking to make changes, asks community for input

The Union Pacific Railroad Museum is turning its wheels for its next chapter. → Read More

Amid inclement weather, Omaha hits the slopes and lends a helping hand to neighbors

While many schools, jobs, and institutions closed down for inclement weather, many were outside hitting the slopes and lending a helping hand. → Read More

A sneak peek of Steelhouse Omaha, set to open in the spring

Construction is near the finish line for a new $104 million music venue near the heart of downtown Omaha. → Read More

Local organization building museum to revive Omaha South’s immigration history

What was once a basement museum is now transforming into a local historical haven. → Read More

Nebraska bill could remove regulatory roadblocks food trucks face in different counties

On a typical day, you’d find Jonathan Taylor working his food truck at Trucks and Taps. It’s usually a popular hub for food truck vendors to operate, but there are some days when he’s constantly on the road. → Read More

City council greenlights Gretna Crossing Park naming rights

From water slides to a brand-new baseball field, Gretna Crossing Park will have plenty to offer. → Read More

Suspect arrested after allegedly fleeing from Omaha Police, crashing into house

Police make an arrest after an intense chase with a stolen vehicle. → Read More

Bellevue businesses lend a helping hand to earthquake victims in Turkey

Two local businesses are lending a helping hand to earthquake victims in Turkey. → Read More

TikTok trend causes an abrupt spike in car thefts in Omaha

A new spike in car thefts is leaving many wondering if they’ll be the next victim. It’s become a big problem in Omaha and all across the nation. → Read More

New Nebraska bill to provide possible solution for catalytic converter thefts

A loud bang from your car could be the first clue you’re a victim of a crime. → Read More

Inflation forces Omaha businesses to shut down

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - For five years one restaurant has opened its doors to its customers welcoming them with its infamous burritos and savory walking tacos. However, in the next couple of days, they have no choice but to fold their business. “The cost of doing business per day is just more than what we’re bringing per day so, unfortunately, we have to close there’s no way around it,” Addison… → Read More

Truck drivers give road advice amid wintry conditions to Omaha motorists

Icy, wet, and cold are what Wednesday’s wintry conditions consisted of. → Read More

North Omaha Church hopeful for community donations to replace broken furnaces

For decades, Clair Memorial United Methodist Church has been known as a helping hand. → Read More

Henry Doorly Zoo announces giraffe is expecting

Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium is expecting another giraffe. → Read More

Omaha Women’s Center for Advancement gives lifeline to victims of domestic violence

We rely on our phones more than you expect many times just for simply gathering information. However, for some people, a phone can save their life. → Read More

Omaha diaper bank helps parents hit hard by high prices

Tegan Reed raised four children and she knows how expensive diapers are. → Read More

Omaha cemetery hosts Wreaths Across America Day for first time

More than 130 wreaths were put on veterans’ graves over the weekend at Prospect Hill Cemetery. → Read More

‘Business as usual’: Omaha diner operates despite car crashing into its wall

Harold’s Koffee House has been around North Omaha for 60 years. It’s recognized as a spot that people can rely on to feel at home. → Read More

Nebraska nonprofit hosts bicycle tour to fund scholarships for high school students

Joy and excitement filled the room as many Nebraskans prepare for their annual bike ride for the summer of 2023. → Read More