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Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown
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Today’s news salutes those who deliver the mail: The Vanderbilt University athletic director says parents of student-athletes endured “racist slurs” at Monday night’s College World Series game, Omaha Sports Academy’s former co-owner and general manager is accused of embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars, and a woman of color files a lawsuit against an Omaha police officer.
~ Harper’s Index Fact of The Day ~
- Percentage increase last year in UFO sightings nationwide: 16
Source: National UFO Reporting Center (Davenport, WA)
- Vanderbilt University’s athletic director says “racist slurs” were flung at the parents of student-athletes during a College World Series game on Monday night.
- Bob Franzese, former co-owner and general manager of Omaha Sports Academy, is accused of embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars intended for the business.
- A 37-year-old woman of color files a lawsuit against an Omaha police officer, alleging that he used excessive force and arrested her without probable cause.
- Take a deep dive into Omaha’s Black churches, past and present.
- Here’s how to safely dispose of fireworks this 4th of July.
- Construction surrounding a North Omaha COVID-19 vaccination site creates an additional barrier to vaccination in the community.
- Days are numbered for a century-old tree canopy in northwest Omaha.
- Telemedicine, which began booming at the start of the pandemic, makes healthcare more accessible for rural Nebraskans.
- As Nebraska’s coronavirus state of emergency ends, so too does online reporting of COVID-19 data.
- Learn about the wetland that has unexpectedly popped up in Beatrice’s Homestead National Historical Park.
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