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Emily Dwire

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Fort Wayne, IN, United States

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Emily Dwire learns what it’s like to be a FWCS principal for a day

After going virtual in 2020, Fort Wayne Community Schools (FWCS) held its Principal for a Day event in-person Thursday → Read More

Papillion Days underway after missed year

As Omaha plays host to a busy weekend, another hallmark event is underway in Papillion. → Read More

Douglas County board confirms new health director

The Board of Health on Wednesday confirmed Douglas County’s new health director. → Read More

Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo welcomes two new seals

Two harbor seals are now calling Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium home. → Read More

Do Good Week encourages Omaha metro community to support non-profits

SHARE Omaha’s Do Good Week is underway across the Omaha metro. → Read More

Papillion’s first urban garden almost ready for planting

The Papillion Community Foundation will begin tilling the land this week and the first seeds will go in the ground in mid-May. → Read More

Omaha Storm Chasers fans excited for 2021 season

Baseball fans showed up at Werner Park Thursday morning when single-game tickets for the opening series of the 2021 Storm Chasers season went on sale. → Read More

Omaha Public Schools responds to concerns about ‘pathways’ program

Ahead of its board meeting Tuesday night, Omaha Public Schools issued a statement on its proposed academies and pathways program in response to concerns voiced by parents in the district. → Read More

Creighton’s free tax-prep clinics go virtual for 2021

Creighton University’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) clinics will look nothing like they have in past years. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, student volunteers won’t meet clients face-to-face. Instead, all meetings will happen over Zoom. → Read More

Douglas County adding COVID-19 vaccine clinics as pharmacy program gets underway

More vaccines and more clinics are planned for this week in Douglas County. → Read More

Hundreds sign up for We Give Blood holiday drive

The Red Cross says a total of 470 people signed up to donate blood through the We Give Blood holiday drive Monday and Tuesday. → Read More

FBI investigating Biden campaign bus incident

Here are a few stories you might’ve missed while you were sleeping. → Read More

Saturday Oct. 31 COVID-19 update: 4 deaths, 306 new cases in Douglas County

Here is a summary of new cases and other COVID-19 stats reported today by health officials across Nebraska & Iowa. → Read More

Lil Wayne endorses Trump for re-election

Here are three things you might’ve missed while you were sleeping. → Read More

TRENDING: 3 things while you were asleep

Here are three stories trending while you might’ve been sleeping. → Read More

CHI Health doctor stresses importance of flu shot

In Nebraska, COVID-19 cases continue to rise as we get deeper into flu season, and that has medical experts worried. → Read More

Salvation Army’s Christmas Assistance application process goes virtual

Christmas is fast-approaching, but many families are still struggling during the pandemic. The Salvation Army stands ready to help those families through its Christmas Assitance program. This year, in an effort to keep everyone safe, the application process is going virtual. → Read More

La Vista family grows, displays giant pumpkin

For the 4th year in a row, Carl Fleming, Jr. has grown and displayed a giant pumpkin outside of his La Vista home. This year’s gourd comes in at a whopping 450 pounds, and that’s not even the heaviest he’s grown. → Read More

Nebraska will celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day in 2021

Every year, more states choose to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day instead of -- or along with Columbus Day. → Read More

Libraries reopen with COVID-19 protocols in place

A handful of Omaha Public Library branches opened their doors to the public once again this week. They’ve been closed since March because of the Coronavirus pandemic. → Read More