Crime Log 3-8-11
News You Can Use 3-8-11
Monday evening, gunshots fired outside an Omaha grocery store struck and killed a UNO student, marking the city's seventh homicide of 2011.
News You Can Use 3-3-11
Troves of union workers and supporters gathered Feb. 25 at the intersection of Dodge and 72nd streets to show their support for union and worker rights amidst harrying winds, blistering snow and freezing temperatures.
Steve Clark, editor of the book "Malcolm X, Black Liberation and the Road to Workers Power" by Jack Barnes, lectured at the Milo Bail Student Center Chancellor's Room on Tuesday as part of UNO's Black History Month Celebration.
Three proposed bills calling for further regulation of financial constraints on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline would hamper or prevent the project, said Jim Krause, operations manager for TransCanada. Krause made his remarks during testimony opposing the legislation on Wednesday, Feb. 9.