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Goodbye State Board of Education?, Country’s Lowest Unemployment Rate, Ruffin Reflects on Rittenhouse Verdict

Reader Radio Dives Deep into the History of Omaha Alt News News Editor and Reader Radio Producer Chris Bowling sits down with Editor and Publisher John Heaston, who co-founded The Reader in 1994. Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown Happy Go for a Ride DayToday’s news invites all to set their spirits free on whatever mode of transportation suits them best: Nebraska’s […]

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Racism Declared A Public Health Emergency, Senate Shakeup, 11-Worth Closes and More Top Local News for Thursday, June 18

Thursday, June 18 • 18 Days Under New DHM • 4 Days until Phase III Support us by becoming a member and following us on Twitter and Facebook Updates from Your Locally Owned Newspaper After 500+ free issues distributed over 26 years, The Reader needs you. View our guide to local resources at TheReader.com Good morning, Today we have […]

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New Curfew, Scurlock Murals, Solidarity in Solitude and More Top Local News for Friday, June 5

Friday, June 5 • 5 Days Under New DHM • At Least 25 Days to Go Support us by becoming a member and following us on Twitter and Facebook Solidarity in Solitude: Protester in Carter Lake Stands Up against Police Brutality “Racial equality isn’t something we should have to protest for,” said Karley Baker, 14. “But in this […]

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Black Drivers Overrepresented in OPD Traffic Stops, New Health Measures Coming, UNMC Meatpacking Survey and More Top Local News for Friday, June 12

Friday, June 12 • 12 Days Under New DHM • At Least 18 Days to Go Support us by becoming a member and following us on Twitter and Facebook Tickets and Arrests: Black and White Drivers Face Very Different Outcomes from Traffic Stops For white drivers in Omaha, the most likely outcome they can expect from a traffic […]

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June Reopenings, Hospitals Filling Up, Tracing U.S. Patient Zero and More Top Local News for Tuesday, May 26

Tuesday, May 26 Support us by becoming a member and following us on Twitter and Facebook The Pandemic’s Ups and Downs The Reader music editor B.J. Huchtemann shares what her life’s been like during the pandemic, how she’s coping and where she looks for hope. View our guide to local resources at TheReader.com Good morning, Today we have stories about ways […]

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Cases Spike, Scurlock Autopsy Outcry, Janicek Feels Bullied and More Top Local News for Monday, June 29

6/26/20 • Day 5 of Phase III • Nationwide case trends Support us by becoming a member and following us on Twitter and Facebook CARES Funding Will Help City Department Educate Citizens about Social Justice Services Omaha’s Department of Human Rights and Relations investigates allegations of discrimination in areas such as employment, housing and public accommodation for those with disabilities. […]

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Rising Local Cases, Family Dissatisfied with Report, 100,000 Deaths and More Top Local News for Thursday, May 28

Thursday, May 28 • 25 Days Under New DHM • At Least 4 Days to Go Support us by becoming a member and following us on Twitter and Facebook Markets Make their Meticulous Return With guidelines in place, farmers prepare to meet the crowds. View our guide to local resources at TheReader.com Good morning, Today we have stories about […]

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Reed Moore Newsletter | Friday, April 10

Friday, April 10 Support us by becoming a member and following us on Twitter and Facebook View our guide to local resources at TheReader.com Good morning, Today we have stories about Gov. Ricketts quasi stay-at-home order, State Sen. Tony Vargas sharing his family’s struggle with Covid-19 and the status of the $600 the federal government promised to add to […]