Nebraskans have shown a wealth of emotions while facing the coronavirus pandemic. We have unleashed a wave of creativity to adapt in the world of social distancing.
Watch a few bright moments our staff has collected while telling the story of this unprecedented period in history.
The American Muslim Institute, would usually host a dinner for hundreds in the Omaha Muslim community, but such large gatherings are impossibl…
Nite Owl has been writing personal notes to customers and offering specials, like the Social Distance Daiquiri, while offering curbside take-o…
Teresa Elliott is surprised by her family on her final day of breast cancer radiation treatment outside her home in Omaha on Thursday, March 2…
The Nebraska Humane Society is holding a sale on adoption fees that will extend until further notice, as they try to get as many animals into …
A mariachi band performs for healthcare workers outside OneWorld Community Health Center in Omaha on Friday, May 8, 2020. The clinic has been …
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Dr. Sylvia Rael said she was perplexed when she was rejected for a test, even though she is a health-care worker, and has come in contact with people who tested positive for the virus.
Ruby Jones walked out of CHI Health’s Immanuel Rehabilitation Institute on Thursday morning after surviving a battle with the coronavirus that left her weakened but more determined than ever to gain back her strength, gab with her two “old lady” best friends again and hug her family close.
That means all three meat processing plants in Nebraska that closed temporarily — the Tyson beef plant in Dakota City, the Tyson pork plant in Madison and the Cargill plant — are now back in business.
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During National Nurses Week, we’d like to express our appreciation to these dedicated men and women, whose commitment to patients and healing make our community and our world a better place. Click here to view photos and message of appreciation.