02/10/21  Nebraska vaccine data • Nationwide case trends

Minorities and Women Continue Bearing Brunt of Unemployment
As the economy continues its slow recovery, not all Nebraskans are returning to work at the same rate.

Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown

Good Afternoon,

Today we have stories about the Omaha City Council unanimously extending the mask mandate, an Omaha nonprofit receiving $3.5 million to fight homelessness, and a bill to disclose the cost of prison terms.

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Around Omaha

Around Nebraska

  • The cost of an inmate’s prison term would be made public under legislation up for a public hearing in the Legislature.
  • A new podcast, Nebraska Made, is telling the story of hardworking, entrepreneurial Nebraskans

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Mardi Gras at Bushwackers Saloon
7401 Main St., Ralston
5 p.m.
For only a $5 cover charge, you can enjoy a night of drinks, beads and live music at Bushwackers. This legendary saloon in Ralston will be hosting Mardi Gras amidst the chaotic pandemic.

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