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The measure goes into effect Saturday and lasts through Jan. 31. It requires people 5 and older to wear face coverings over their mouth and nose while inside a public place.
Omaha's annual Holiday Lights Festival will go on this year, but with a few changes to keep attendees safe during the pandemic.
As positive COVID-19 case numbers increase across Nebraska, local stores are going the extra mile to make sales and stay afloat during the holiday shopping season.
The agreement involving agencies in 10 countries will identify emerging disease threats from animals to prevent, detect and respond before they become public health emergencies.
Nathan Pastrana's mother described him as humble, very kind, “literally like one of those kids that would never hurt a fly.”
The reserved hour, from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. is offered at all Hy-Vee locations from Mondays through Fridays.
Traveling or gathering with family and friends who don't live with you can increase the chance of getting or spreading COVID-19 or the flu.
Starting Wednesday, Omaha's new rapid transit bus line will be running up and down Dodge and Douglas Streets. Bus fare for the new ORBT line will be free for the first four months.
City crews are working to repair the Bob Boozer Pedestrian Bridge on the West Papio Trail. The bridge is between Pacific Street and West Center Road.
All eight are self-isolating at home, the Department of Corrections said in a press release Monday.