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44 food and drink establishments in Douglas County facing possible closure, operating without current permit

Jessica Wade EDITOR IN CHIEF Photo courtesy of Pexels All information in this article is up to date as of 12:45 p.m., Feb. 12, 2019. Details will be added and updated as...

Clutch Ability in Late-Game Situations Carrying Mavs to Success

Omaha’s Brett Barney tries to win a rebound against Northern Arizona. Photo by Maria Nevada. Kenneth Pancake STAFF WRITER On Thursday, Feb. 7, the Omaha men’s basketball team battled Summit League foe...

5 ways to celebrate “Galentine’s Day” this year

Katie Zimmerer CONTRIBUTOR If you’ve ever seen “Parks and Recreation," then you’ve probably heard of Galentine’s Day. On the show, lead character Leslie Knope gathers a group of her closest...

Super Bowl advertisements fell short compared to prior years

Graphic by Maria Nevada Ryan Jaeckel CONTRIBUTOR Super Bowl LIII was probably one of the best showings of defense in the sport of football. Some would say the Super Bowl was boring...

Omaha Splits Weekend and Season Series with Miami

Omaha Hockey in an earlier home matchup against Miami. Photo courtesy of Maria Nevada. Justin Kies; STAFF WRITER After an impressive showing on the ice Friday night in Oxford, Ohio, the RedHawks managed to split...

Behind the screen: Mavs share their dating app wins and fails

Kamrin Baker DIGITAL EDITOR Graphic by Okina Tran/the Gateway. Icons made by Freepik from www.flaticon.com This piece is a part of an ongoing series on sex and relationships, in accordance with the...

Thoughts on the new John Paul II Newman director from a concerned resident

Rev. Dan Andrews is going to be the new director of the John Paul II Newman center, and his Twitter history has a political edge. Graphic by Maria Nevada Maria Nevada; PHOTO EDITOR Do you...

Nicaragua provides an answer to Venezuela’s turmoil

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR In Venezuela, Juan Guaido, leader of the National Assembly party declared himself the legitimate President over incumbent Socialist President Nicolas Maduro. This comes on the heels of the increased poverty that has been seen under Maduro’s presidency. Guaido cites Maduro’s controversial re-election, which opposition...