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Past articles by John:

Petition to stop Omaha streetcar reaches more than 1,000 signatures

A conservative taxpayer watchdog group is working to put the brakes on the plans for a streetcar in Omaha. → Read More

Nebraska Legislature debates proposal to convert to two-chamber operation

A state senator from Scottsbluff again proposed the possibility Nebraska's legislature be converted into a two-chamber operation. → Read More

ParkOmaha to implement parking plan that includes ‘smart loading zones’

City officials recognized a parking problem during the height of the pandemic. Parking spots were being used for non-parking reasons. → Read More

Douglas County Emergency Management conducts first siren test of season

It’s a sound heard every year, preparing us for severe weather season. → Read More

Omaha nonprofit in Ukraine giving aid, helping refugees

An Omaha nonprofit says they have helped more than 27 Ukrainian people get out of their war-torn country. → Read More

Omaha North Saddle Creek Business Improvement District deciding on new name

Back in September, the Omaha City Council approved the creation of a new Business Improvement District in the North Saddle Creek Road area. → Read More

North Omaha Music Academy holding teaching sessions

It’s still all about the music in North Omaha’s historic Jazz District. → Read More

Culxr House set to receive $2.7 million in ARPA funds

For four years, the non-profit has provided space for artists and musicians to work, helped register people to vote, and hosted workshops and pop-ups. Now they have plans to open a pizza shop to help bring business and jobs to the North 24th corridor. → Read More

Douglas County Sheriff’s members promoted to command positions in Tuesday ceremony

Newly elected Douglas County Sheriff Aaron Hanson has been on the job less than two weeks and he has been very busy. → Read More

Omaha serial sexual assault suspect makes first court appearance

The suspect in a string of sexual assaults and attempted kidnapping made his first appearance in court Wednesday. → Read More

Bellevue cuts ribbon on phase 1 of 36th Street improvement project

Bellevue city officials cut the ribbon Monday morning celebrating the completion of phase one of the 36th Street improvement project that runs south of Highway 370. → Read More

Longtime business owner says bridge work on 42nd slowing things down

This summer, the 42nd Street bridge was open and traffic was moving. Around 40,000 vehicles crossed it daily and passed businesses on S. 42nd St. → Read More

Midwife found not guilty in breech baby’s death

An unlicensed midwife was found not guilty of child abuse resulting in death after a breech baby she tried to deliver died. → Read More

Winter and your tires: Why replacing them may be an issue

Something we put off in good weather may become a priority now that the weather has changed. → Read More

NextGen 911 being rolled out in Omaha

The advanced 911 system will make assessing emergency situations easier for dispatchers and first responders. → Read More

Class A state tennis moved from Omaha’s Koch Center

The NSAA is facing pushback after moving the tournament to Lincoln’s Woods Tennis Center. → Read More

Omaha City Council to vote on affordable housing action plan

The Omaha City Council is scheduled to vote on its affordable housing action plan next week. → Read More

Council Bluffs businesses optimistic about development activity at former mall site

Three years ago, some tenants at the Mall of the Bluffs were angry and concerned about the future of their business when the mall shut its doors. → Read More

Lobbyists prepare to push Omaha priorities as Nebraska Unicameral sets 2023 agenda

The City of Omaha is preparing to send a team to the state capitol to present its state legislative package to lawmakers. → Read More

Omaha business owners look forward to Small Business Saturday

A big shopping weekend for businesses both big and small. → Read More