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HERE’S YOUR RUNDOWN

Happy National Clean Out Your Fridge Day
Reed Moore isn’t sure if that green stuff in the ice box is new cheese or old meat.

Today’s news:

  • Omaha’s Black Agenda Alliance works on eight acres of land in Florence for a community space.
  • A hedge fund known for slashing newsroom staffs has reportedly ended its plan to take over Lee Enterprises, which owns the World-Herald and Lincoln Journal Star.
  • The legal battle between native groups and the City of Lincoln over a housing development near a sacred Indigenous site continues with a petition and a court hearing.

The Promised Land

Black Agenda Alliance member Jamar Harris on the organization’s land. Photo by Chris Bowling.

Omaha’s Black Agenda Alliance realizes its vision for community space.

By Chris Bowling. Published in The Reader.

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COVID-19 UPDATE
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This graphic is updated as of 9:21 a.m. on Nov. 15. For the latest stats, click the image, which sends you to the Johns Hopkins site.

AROUND OMAHA

AROUND NEBRASKA


REED MOORE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT

The City Council is meeting today, Nov. 15, and local government reporter Anton Johnson is sitting in. Follow Anton on Twitter at @AntonIsWriting for live tweets, and read his preview of what’s on the schedule this week. Tune in here to the Omaha City Council beginning at 2 p.m.

The Board of County Commissioners is not meeting again until Nov. 22.


    FACT OF THE DAY
    From Harper’s Index

    Percentage by which Gen Z-ers are saving more of their income than their parents: 17

    Source: BlackRock (NYC)


    DAILY FUNNY

    Comic by Jen Sorensen.

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