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REPORT: At least 6 arrests after confrontation outside police union hall in West Omaha

At least 6 members of the Revolutionary Action Party, an activist group that hopes to “empower and instill a revolutionary consciousness” in Omaha communities, were arrested by Omaha police on the evening of May 22, according to news outlet NOISE. The arrests followed a rally and cookout that ended in a confrontation with police and a display of severed pig heads outside of the Omaha Police Officers Association Hall.

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You don’t need a map to find what you’re looking for in today’s news: Omaha police arrest protesters with severed pig heads, Nebraska wins Big Ten baseball title and stormy weather is coming to Omaha.

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Dining After Dark in Omaha:
Hiro 88

Hiro 88 thrives in Omaha’s tight-knit community of eateries and pubs. One of the restaurant’s many notable aspects is its award-winning menu, which has resulted in Hiro 88 being voted one of the best Japanese restaurants in Omaha.
But if you are in the business of checking out its extensive selection of sake, wine, beer and liquor, you will not be disappointed. Plus, there are two large patios for your outside drinking pleasure – because nothing is better than great drinks, patio weather, and up-scale Pan-Asian food.
Reverse Happy Hour is another great selling point. That not only takes place all day on Sunday, but also on Friday and Saturday between 10 p.m. and midnight. Live up to the max with food and drinks for those two hours, and you will be glad you did.

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