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Omaha Considers Dropping Public Library Late Fees

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The public hearing will be on April 20th.

Nebraska Jail Assault Investigation Continues | NewsRadio 1110 KFAB

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Corrections says an inmate was hospitalized after being attacked by a cellmate.

Douglas County Pushes to Vaccinate More Minorities

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Only 6% of first vaccine shots have been given to Black people, compared to 75% of first shots going to white people.

Police Investigate Early Monday Northwest Omaha Shooting

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By Terry Leahy
Apr 12, 2021
Omaha Police responded to the area of I-680 and Fort Street at 5:45 Monday morning to look into a report of "shots fired."
When they arrived, they did not find a victim, but a man arrived a short time later at Immanuel Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
The victim was identified as 21-year-old Trevel Caldwell.
The investigation continues.
Anyone with information is urged to contact "Omaha Crime Stoppers" at (402) 444-STOP, at www.omahacrimestoppers.org or on the P3 Tips mobile app.
Tributes Are Laid At Burnt Out Home Where Four Children Perished

Douglas County COVID vaccine clinic opens to walk-ins three days a week

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The first clinic to plan for regular walk-in appointments is the clinic at 35th and L at the Stockyards Plaza.

PETA calls for neglect investigation after chickens denied food and water

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PETA claims that Lincoln Premium Poultry mistreated chickens, and didn't feed or water them while they were held in a truck overnight.

Two injured in Monday morning crash on West Maple

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By Julia Bertino
(Omaha, NE) -- Two people are injured in a crash near 111th and Maple.
Omaha Police say just before 10:00 Monday morning, officers were called to the area for a reported crash with injuries. OPD says an eastbound Nissan Altima failed to yield as it attempted to turn northbound onto Emmett from West Maple. Investigators say the Nissan was then hit by a westbound Jeep Cherokee. Police say people in both vehicles were transported to Bergan Mercy.
OPD says the driver of the Nissan, 41 year old Narissa Scales, was not wearing a seat belt and is being treated for a life-threatening, critical head injury. The driver of the Jeep, Moises Morales, was transported with a serious head injury.

Crews Give the 'All Clear' After Downtown Omaha Explosion

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Police initially reported a fire had broken out near 17th and Capitol streets.
Omaha Police Sgt. Jason Menning tweeted the fire was started by a power transformer used by the Omaha Public Power District.
At 17th and Capitol is the Doubletree Hotel and First National Bank.
Omaha Scanner posted to Facebook saying security footage from First National Bank caught the moment on camera, and a security guard says he heard the explosion then saw black smoke.
They say crews continued reporting explosions once they arrived on scene.
The Omaha Fire Department's Acting Battalion Chief Mickey McLaughlin told WOWT-TV 6 News they're unsure what caused the transformer to explode, but says it could be old electrical equipment.

Warmer than Usual Today, Thunderstorms Possible Tonight in Omaha

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Highs today could reach 88 degrees with a light breeze. Showers and thunderstorms could begin tonight, sending temperatures down into the 50s.

"Selection Sunday" In NCAA Volleyball Hits Home | NewsRadio 1110 KFAB

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Creighton and Nebraska are in the field that will be played in their backyard.

Nebraska Governor Notes State Covid Hospital Uptick

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Hospitalizations and positivity rates were up last week.

Douglas County residents 16+ eligible for COVID vaccine as cases increase

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Last week, there was a 64% increase in COVID cases compared to the previous week among people between the ages of 40 and 59.

Tecumseh State Correctional Institution death row inmate dies

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By Julia Bertino
(Tecumseh, NE) -- A Nebraska death row inmate has died.
The Nebraska Department of Correctional Services says Saturday morning, 55 year old Arthur Gales died at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution. His sentence started December 9th, 2003. Gales was sentenced to death on charges out of Douglas County that included two counts of first degree murder and a count of second degree murder.
Gales was found guilty in the November 2000 murders of 13 year old Latara Chandler and 7 year old Tramar Chandler and the attempted murder of their mother Judy Chandler. at the time, prosecutors and investigators said that Gales beat Judy nearly to death, then killed her two children as they were witnesses to his crime.

On "KFAB's Morning News," Senator Fischer Reveals Her Political Future

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By Terry Leahy
Apr 1, 2021
With Newsradio 1110 KFAB as her platform, Nebraska Republican U.S. Senator Deb Fischer announces she will not run for Governor, seeking to continue to serve on Capitol Hill.
"The Senate is where I want to continue to serve. So, no, I am not running for Governor," Fischer said Thursday on "KFAB's Morning News."
The Senator said, "I love the work I do; I am a legislator; I am a policymaker."
Fischer went on to thank the people who encouraged her to run for Governor.
Incumbent Pete Ricketts cannot run because of term limits.

Creighton Hoops Star To Transfer | NewsRadio 1110 KFAB

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By Terry Leahy
Apr 1, 2021
Amid the glow of a season that ended with a run to the NCAA Tournament's "Sweet 16," a star Creighton mens' basketball player is leaving the "Hilltop" campus.
Junior Forward Christian Bishop, who played a major role in that "March Madness" success, tweets Wednesday night that he is entering the transfer portal.
In his tweet, Bishop thanked Creighton coaches and fans and said it was a family decision to explore other opportunities.

Iowa State Patrol stops another excessive speeder

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By Sue Danielson
Apr 1, 2021
(Undated) -- The Iowa State Patrol is sharing yet another photo of a driver, clocked driving well over the posted speed. The I-S-P says the early morning driver was stopped going 101 miles per hour in a 70 mph zone, on I-35 in southern Iowa.
The I-S-P says the driver had alcohol and marijuana in their system.
The State Patrol says there has been an ongoing trend of excessive speeding since the pandemic shutdowns a year ago.
(Earlier story)
(Undated) -- A multi-state effort's underway to address a pandemic trend of excessive speeding. The Iowa State Patrol says speeding citations have risen by more than 100-percent throughout the pandemic. ISP Sergeant Alex Dinkla says the trend started during the COVID-19 lockdowns, and have continued. He says in many instances, drivers have been stopped going over 100-miles per hour.

Norfolk man found guilty for his part in fatal 2018 kidnapping

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A federal jury found Ramon Simpson guilty of Kidnapping Resulting in Death and Conspiracy to Commit Kidnapping.

Pandemic rental aid available for Omaha tenants and landlords on April 5th

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By Julia Bertino
(Omaha, NE) -- Rental relief is on the way next week for Omaha tenants and landlords.
On Monday, April 5th, the City of Omaha will roll out its pandemic-related emergency rental assistance program.
Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert’s office says the city received over $22.2 million in funds from the U.S. Treasury’s office for use in providing rental and utility assistance for eligible renters and landlords. This program does not provide mortgage assistance for homeowners.
The city expects to be able to provide assistance to 10,000-12,000 renters with the program, which will be administered by the Metro Area Continuum of Care for the Homeless, or MACCH, which will work with other nonprofits to get the funds out to those who need it.

New Information In Omaha Assault/Crash | NewsRadio 1110 KFAB

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By Terry Leahy
Mar 31, 2021
Investigators have made an arrest in connection with an early morning shooting last Friday that also was connected to a traffic crash.
Police say 38-year old Deonta Marion is in custody, accused 1st-degree assault, use of a weapon to commit a felony, possession of weapon by a prohibited person and other charges.
Officers had originally responded to the intersection of 52nd and Sorensen Pkwy for a two car accident.
Police found a passenger in one of the vehicles, 43 year old Derrick Murrell, suffering from apparent gunshot injuries.
Murrell said he was shot at a different location and was being driven to the hospital when the crash occurred.

Iowa getting big bump in COVID vaccine doses | NewsRadio 1110 KFAB

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Omaha's News, Weather & Traffic with the Good Morning Show, Scott Voorhees, Lucy Chapman, Rush Limbaugh, Chris Baker and Sean Callahan with Husker Sports

Douglas County minority groups continue to fall behind with COVID vaccines

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By Julia Bertino
Mar 31, 2021
(Douglas County, NE) -- Minority populations in Douglas County continue to fall behind on receiving COVID-19 vaccinations.
Douglas County Health Director Dr. Adi Pour says a clinic in South Omaha will help address the slow vaccine administration in the Hispanic community. “We’re opening our long-term vaccination clinic at 35th & L Streets. That is going to be a steady clinic there."
Hispanic people make up about 13% of Douglas County’s population, yet have only received about 6% of the first shots of the vaccine. “A lot of outreach to the Hispanic population, and right now really focusing on the clinic on 35th and L Streets because that’s really kind of in the heart and where people work,” said Dr. Pour.

Conspiracy Charged Dropped Against Murder Suspect Bailey Boswell

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By K James
SALINE COUNTY, Nebraska - One charge has been dropped against murder suspect Bailey Boswell.
6 News reports that court records show Boswell no longer is charged with conspiracy to commit a felony. Those records show the state failed to provide enough certainty for the court to move forward with the conspiracy charge. The state has until January 10th to bring forth new information.
Boswell is charged with 1st degree murder in the death of Sydney Loofe in November of 2017. Her trial is scheduled to start in March.
Boswell's boyfriend, Aubrey Trail was found guilty Loofe's murder in July.

Iowa DNR says warm weather's made lake ice unsafe

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Jan 4, 2020
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Warm weather this week is continuing to make seemingly frozen lakes and ponds in Iowa unsafe.
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources says a person was rescued Thursday after going through the ice at Brushy Creek Lake at the state park in Webster County.
The DNR says a man went in the water about 50 yards from a boat ramp. A nearby friend was able to push a sled to the man and pull him out of the water.
Department officials say while ice may appear thick enough for people to walk on, roller coaster temperatures lately means the ice conditions are deteriorating. They say new snow this week makes it impossible to see the ice below.

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