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- Community leaders appeal to the state to release Ed Poindexter, a Black Panther who was convicted in 1970 of a booby-trap killing of an Omaha police officer.
- The Douglas County Commission is looking to add $1 million of CARES Act money to a rental assistance program.
- Omaha Tex-Mex restaurant Julios closes after 40 years of service.
- With eased restrictions, some businesses expand their capacity, others hold back.
- Though many businesses are allowed to reopen, new directed health measures and guidelines don’t offer solutions for carnivals and festivals meaning many summer events remain cancelled.
- Chris Janicek faces new allegations, this time that the embattled U.S. Senate candidate suggested he and a staffer go skinny dipping.
- After 27 years, Clarkson College was taken off a national professors organization’s blacklist.
- Omaha police made an arrest in a downtown shooting that left one dead.
- Ming Wang of the popular Chinese restaurant Ming’s in Papillion died after a long battle with COVID-19.
- Parks and Recreation Director Brook Bench sat down with KETV to talk about his tenure with the department.
- Tuesday’s forecast is looking cool and dry.
- Habitat for Humanity welcomes back volunteers.
- Recycling drop-off sites are turning into small dumps after the city interrupted its typical pickup schedule due to COVID-19.
- How does the COVID-19 recession compare to the Great Recession? KMTV took a look.
- Rentable motorized scooters have another shot at approval today at the Omaha City Council.
- Papillion La Vista schools will return on time, but they’re preparing for virtual learning with the purchase of 5,000 Chromebooks.
- Students at Nelson Mandela Elementary will return to class July 6 with the caveat that the school officials have enough PPE.
Around the State
- Nebraska prisons are nine days away from declaring an official overcrowding emergency.
- Some counties struggle to find a balance between requiring masks and appeasing Gov. Pete Ricketts who said counties would not receive CARES Act money if they made people cover their faces in government buildings.
- University of Nebraska-Lincoln researchers believe they have developed an antibody test that can deliver results in minutes.
What to do during quarantine?
From our list of things to do during quarantine:
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