An animal-rights organization has undercover video showing mistreated birds at the company’s Nebraska slaughterhouse.
Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown
Today we have stories about a food pantry in North Omaha seeing families’ need for food grow tenfold, the Do School program helping students with remote learning, and Nebraska expecting a shortage of nurses in the coming years.
- A supplemental food pantry in North Omaha has seen families’ need for food grow tenfold in the past year.
- Do School, a partnership between Metro Community College and three Omaha schools, is helping students stay on track during remote learning.
- An Omaha psychiatrist is using magnetic fields to treat patients with severe depression, with some success.
- Nebraska is expected to have a shortage of 4,000 nurses over the next few years. Schools like UNMC are looking for ways to help fill the gap.
- Gov. Pete Ricketts avoids a question about his interest in running for an open U.S. Senate seat in the near future.
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Omaha native Amber Ruffin made a name for herself as a Black Midwesterner who called out systematic racism on TV shows filmed in the heart of New York City. Now with a new show, name recognition and a wider audience engaged with racial justice, she’s got big plans for the future.
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