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Past articles by Andrea:

Dr. Logan hoping to keep students excited about school

Omaha Public School's superintendent Dr. Cheryl Logan made her rounds at different schools and bus stops today to make her presence known. → Read More

Man killed pumping gas stuns neighbors

The Bucky's gas station on 30th and Dodge became a murder scene this weekend. → Read More

Financial literacy courses needed in Nebraska schools

From credit scores to student loans and mortgages, navigating the financial waters of adulthood can be choppy for recent college grads. → Read More

Operation net gives kids in community new hoop

A few kids near 31st and Parker got a huge surprise Monday. → Read More

New study shows 1 and 8 Nebraskans fight hunger

A new report by the Food Research and Action Center indicates that one in eight Nebraskans are unable to afford enough food for themselves and their families. → Read More

Public housing smoking ban impacting locals

Paul Hunt is a smoker, but says he keeps his smoke area clean while enjoying his cigarettes on Underwood Tower's patio. → Read More

Kitchen fire ignites at Omaha Fire station

No one was hurt after Sunday morning's fire at Fire Station Engine 43. → Read More

CHI sane rooms helping sexual assault victims

A room designed to hep victims of sexual assault and domestic violence seek help. → Read More

City council hears both sides of fireworks debate

Since late June we have answered more than 12 hundred calls and emails on the hotline alone, said Mayor Jean Stothert. → Read More

As city covers Nazi symbol found at Memorial Park, community hopes for awareness, dialogue

A swastika symbol burned into the grass at Memorial Park is the most recent example of Nazi symbols and literature showing up around Omaha and Lincoln. → Read More

Pinnacle bank championship draws large crowd

The Pinnacle Bank Golf Tournament wrapped up Sunday and organizers say the event was a success. → Read More

Lyft plans to beef up their background checks

Lyft plans to start digging deeper into applicants background checks after various women accused one driver of sexual assault. → Read More

Medics staying ahead of summer sports injuries

While contact sports can be dangerous, Jennie Ed Sports Medicine Athletic Trainer Rollie Hardies says the summer heat can make matters even worse. → Read More

Financial course aims to inspire young entrepreneurs

The course was about discovering your passion and going after it. → Read More

Mouth of South relocation impacting Florence neighborhood

A popular restaurant in Florence that burned last year will reopen in a different location. → Read More

Glamping cabins at Platte River State Park

There's a new attraction at the Platte River State Park. → Read More

Signs urge residents to report 'illegal aliens' to ICE

Some signs showing up on poles around the Omaha-metro area have a lot of people talking. → Read More

Humane society warns about dogs in hot cars

Leaving your dog in the car as you run a quick errand the Nebraska Humane Society says can be detrimental to your dog's health. → Read More

First responder statues go up in Council Bluffs

Four bronze statues now stand tall at the Public Safety Plaza in Council Bluffs. → Read More

OPS new leader discuss plans for the district

The public came out to welcome Doctor Cheryl Logan as Omaha Public School's new superintendent at Monday night's board meeting. → Read More