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$10 million bail set for suspect in Westroads Mall shooting of Omaha Police officer

A Douglas County judge set bail Monday for the man suspected of shooting an Omaha Police officer at Westroads Mall last week at $10 million — twice than what was requested. → Read More

Hundreds of custom cars, trucks, motorcycles drive into Omaha

About 200 cars, trucks, and motorcycles are in Omaha for the weekend. → Read More

Two women take their hair salon on the road

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - Two bestfriends had a lot of free time last year. Covid-19 forced them to stop doing what they love, which is cutting hair. “Everything was so different, and it just didn’t feel like home anymore. And that’s all that we really wanted,” Branda Blundell, co-owner of Good Life Grooming, said. So, they decided to open up their own salon. It’s called Good Life Grooming. On… → Read More

Trash pile up could soon be removed from Omaha neighborhood

The FCC is alerted of the growing trash pile. → Read More

Neighbors frustrated with growing trash pile in neighborhood

Some people say there’s a smelly eyesore near the corner of 13th and Vinton. → Read More

One dead, 2 people hurt in shooting outside of Omaha bar

Omaha Police are investigating a shooting outside of a bar Sunday morning. → Read More

Omaha church helps community through food distributions

A local church partnered with a non-profit, Whispering Roots, to distribute USDA Farmer to Family Food Boxes. → Read More

Health experts talk about the Johnson & Johnson vaccine

Most people, vaccinated or not, have strong opinions about COVID-19 vaccines. → Read More

Home renovations boom during pandemic

Home remodeling has become more popular during the pandemic. → Read More

A singing and songwriting duo brings music to your living room

Singing duo bring live concerts to your living room → Read More

Henry Doorly Zoo anticipates a successful year

Omaha's Henry Doorly anticipates a successful year → Read More

National Weather Service monitors ice jam flooding along the Platte River

The National Weather Service issued a Flood Warning for areas between North Bend and Fremont Saturday morning. While this warning has expired, a Flood Advisory remains in effect through Noon Sunday. → Read More

Neighbors help neighbors shovel sidewalks and driveways

A lot of people came together to at least clear the sidewalks and driveways in their neighborhoods. → Read More

Open Door Mission welcomes volunteers on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Monday was more than just day off. It was a day of service. → Read More

Nursing Home Residents get the Pfizer Vaccine

Staff and residents at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home in Millard welcomed Tuesday’s visitors with bare arms. → Read More

Southwest Iowa deals with heavy snowfall

Pottawattamie County issued a 24 hour snow emergency as road conditions worsened Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

Health officials urge people to get tested and celebrate the New Year safely

Health officials urge people to get tested and celebrate the New Year safely. → Read More

Ralston Volunteer Fire Dept seeks volunteer firefighters

Volunteer fire stations continue to deal with the effects of the pandemic, changing operations — and training — in an effort to stay staffed. → Read More

Omaha research clinic looking for vaccine trial participants

Now that a vaccine is here experts say it does not mean vaccine trials are not needed. → Read More

Ricketts loosening Nebraska COVID-19 restrictions

Gov. Pete Ricketts will officially loosen some of the state’s restrictions effective at 12:01 a.m. Saturday — the seventh consecutive day Nebraska’s COVID-19 hospitalizations have been at 20% or lower. → Read More