This is a scene from His House. It is not anywhere near the scariest one. Giddy up!


11/23/20 • Day 71 of Phase IV • Nationwide case trends


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Writer/director Remi Weekes’s His House is at least a quadruple “No thank you please” recipient. Without ever sinking to the depths of a single, manipulative jump scare, the relentlessly chilling film repeatedly tells you — in no uncertain terms — that something absolutely panic-inducing is about to happen. Then that thing happens. Then you say “Absolutely not.”

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Today we have stories about a double fatal shooting at a Sonic Drive-In in Bellevue, Mayor Jean Stothert’s update on the police shooting of Kenneth Jones and the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s report on racial disparities in arrests and prisons across Nebraska.

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In Omaha
  • Mayor Stothert says a grand jury will investigate the police shooting of 35-year-old Omaha man Kenneth Jones.
  • The Bellevue Police Department identified the victims of a double fatal shooting at Sonic on Saturday night.
  • The community organization ProBLAC returned again to Omaha police headquarters Sunday night to protest the police shooting of Kenneth Jones.
  • UNMC has now dedicated a full tower at its hospital to coronavirus patients.
Around the State
  • new report reiterates that Black Nebraskans are grossly overrepresented in statewide arrest and incarceration numbers.
  • new law prohibits an abortion method known medically as dilation and evacuation.

What to do during quarantine?


From our list of things to do during quarantine:

Check out Omaha Tourism’s Calendar of Events
If you’re looking for a COVID-safe activity, check out Omaha Tourism’s website for upcoming events. There you can find movies under the moonlight, art installations, walking tours and much more.

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