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Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown
Today we have stories about a black firefighter suing the city of Omaha over allegations of discrimination, the U.S. attorney for Nebraska resigning, and the federal vaccine program lacking coordination with states.
- Jane Crudup, a black firefighter, is suing the city of Omaha over allegations of discrimination dating to 2019.
- Omaha LoCo, a new locally owned food delivery co-op, began with a slow rollout this week and expects to sign up more restaurants in the coming days.
- Douglas County Commissioner Jim Cavanaugh announces he is not running for Omaha mayor.
- The U.S. attorney for Nebraska, Joe Kelly, submitted his resignation at the request of President Joe Biden.
- Gov. Pete Ricketts is concerned about the state’s coordination with the federal pharmacy vaccination program.
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Goldeez is considered the bright spot of Northwest Omaha neighborhood bars. And if you want in on a secret, it will be hosting its free weekly trivia contest on Mardi Gras centered on Titanic – the greatest movie to ever take up so many VHS tapes. The staff recommends you come early, before 7 p.m., to get signed up.
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