Not Everyone Counts in the 2020 Census

In News, on August 14th, 2020

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OMAHA – In Omaha there is a group of people who may be left out of the census count this year.

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Teachers and Parents Agree in Remote Classes

In News, South Omaha, on August 12th, 2020

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OMAHA – Returning to classrooms in person is a concern for some teachers and parents, especially in elementary and middle schools.

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Mother and Daughter, Following Pandemic Rules Better Than Others

In News, on July 23rd, 2020

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OMAHA – With the pandemic, some people have trouble adjusting to the new safety guidelines, but for people with ASD, understanding why some are not following the guidelines is even more confusing.

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Teacher’s Approach, Back to School 2020

In News, on July 21st, 2020

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OMAHA – North High School teacher, is ready for “Back to School” this fall, but she doesn’t know the best way to start in-person school in the midst of the pandemic. Staying healthy, stopping the epidemic, and teaching can be overwhelming.

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Parent’s Approach, Back to School 2020

In News, on July 21st, 2020

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OMAHA – Mother of two high schoolers fear that the 2-3 day school plan that OPS is trying to accomplish this fall, will not work for every student.

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The Tour With ‘Love’ to Learn About Black History in North Omaha

In Feature, News, North Omaha, on July 16th, 2020

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OMAHA – Many Omaha natives do not know the history of the red box line and its importance for Omaha black history. Preston Love Jr. vividly recalls his teenage years on the streets of a robust North Omaha.

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