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How a case of ding dong ditching turned into an Omaha man's arrest for terroristic threats

Chad Uphoff is in the Douglas County Jail facing four counts of terroristic threats after confronting alleged "ding dong ditchers." Updated: 10:27 PM CST Nov 22, 2017 Chad Uphoff is in the Douglas County Jail facing four counts of terroristic threats after confronting alleged "ding dong ditchers."

KETV.COM - 2017-11-23 04:27:00

Thousands of Omaha shut-ins to receive Thanksgiving meals

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) -- So many of us may be lucky enough to cozy up with friends and family this Thanksgiving but there are those in our community who are alone or unable to cook for themselves. Luckily, there are literally troops of locals making sure those people get fed. "They may not have access

WOWT - 2017-11-23 05:39:00

Keene set to host author of Omaha based novel "Kings of Broken Things"

The summer of 1919 was one of the darkest times in Omaha's history. The lynching of Will Brown, burning of the Douglas County Courthouse, and subsequent race riots still live on as some of the most disturbing events to ever take place in the city. For author Theodore Wheeler, the infamous time perio

FREMONT TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 18:49:00

Tyrone Marshall's 'immeasurable' impact on north Omaha kids starts with the little things

Tyrone Marshall moves around the 3-point line like the second hand of a watch. Tick. Swoosh! Tick. Swoosh! Tick. Swoosh! It's a casual game of three-point for the handful of teenage boys playing with Marshall. For the Urban League's director of education and youth development, though, it's work. Yes

OMAHA.COM - 2017-11-23 06:00:00

Thanksgiving power outages caused by 'large bird', OPPD reports

There are lots of unhappy shoppers and chefs Thanksgiving morning after a major power outage hit the metro. The Omaha Public Power District is reporting 2,736 people without power as of 10:45 a.m. OPPD reported that a large bird flew into a substation, causing some damage and a power outage on two c

KETV.COM - 2017-11-23 17:12:00

Screaming For Silence Fan Appreciation Show

with Special Guests: When Towers Falland Green Death Wednesday, November 22nd Doors: 7:00, Show: 9:00 $5ALL AGES - Everyone must have a valid ID. Under 18 needs to be accompanied by a parent or guardian or have a notarized parental permission form: http://www.lookoutomaha.com/parental-consent-form w

THEREADER.COM - 2017-11-23 05:00:00

Omaha man arrested for stealing vehicles

An Omaha man accused of stealing two vehicles - one from Fort Calhoun - was arrested Nov. 14 on a warrant. Benjamin Reynolds, 22, is charged with two counts of theft by unlawful taking, $1,500-$5,000, a Class IV felony; theft by unlawful taking, $500-$1,500, a Class I misdemeanor; and criminal misch


Omaha City Council votes to support legislative bill on payday lending reform

Omaha's City Council unanimously supported a legislative bill to reform payday lending in Nebraska. "We have been preying on people in these areas for far too long," City Council President Ben Gray said. State Senator Tony Vargas is sponsoring the bill, seeking to extend pay back times on these cas

KETV.COM - 2017-11-22 03:37:00

Bloomington Police Participating In Blitz #92

(BLOOMINGTON) - The Bloomington Police Department, along with hundreds of Law Enforcement agencies across the state of Indiana, will be participating in Blitz #92, Safe Family Travels. Officers will be focusing on seat belt and impaired driving enforcement during this blitz. The additional enforceme

WBIW.COM - 2017-11-22 11:15:00

Two hurt in early morning shooting

Detectives are investigating an early morning shooting on the city's south side that left two people injured. Bloomington police officers were dispatched to reports of the sound of gunfire in the 2300 block of South Milton Drive at 12:28 this morning. Investigators determined a woman and a man had s

HERALD TIMES - 2017-11-22 17:40:00

Police turn up patrols to stop drunk driving on "Blackout Wednesday"

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (WTHR) - It's lights on the car, boots on the ground for police on Indiana roads starting Wednesday night. Police across Indiana talking turkey - with patrols to nab drunk and impaired drivers on one of the worst nights of the year for it. Sgt. Curt Durnil with Indina State Police

WTHR - 2017-11-23 04:36:12

Power outage on Bloomington's southeast side

Approximately 2,273 Duke Energy customers are without power Thanksgiving afternoon due to an outage that spans across Bloomington's southeast side. Duke Energy's website reports that the power outage was first reported at 2:09 p.m. Thursday and crews on enroute to address the issue. Power is estima

HERALD TIMES - 2017-11-23 20:08:00

Good morning, Bloomington: 5 things to know for Wednesday

Today is Wednesday, Nov. 22, the 326th day of 2017. There are 39 days left in the year. T-BIRDS: Eastern Greene focused on winning a state championship this weekend at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Read more free on HTOnow. OPIOID: Addressing the state's opioid epidemic and workforce challenges

HERALD TIMES - 2017-11-22 11:15:00

Police: Man was dealing drugs

Chad Guffey HELMSBURG - A Helmsburg man is facing a high-level felony for drug dealing in a case which authorities are seeking a special prosecutor to handle. Chad A. Guffey, 38, was booked into the Brown County jail Nov. 12 on charges of dealing in a Schedule I controlled substance, a Level 2 felon

BCDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-11-22 12:00:54

Canopy of Lights to kick off holidays

Whether it's shopping local, seeing Santa or shredding calories during a hike, the long holiday weekend is full of activities celebrating the spirit of the season. Canopy of Lights Bloomington's downtown square will light up with holiday decorations Friday during the annual Canopy of Lights celebrat

HERALD TIMES - 2017-11-22 22:56:19

Playing 'Bird real for Cody Ikerd

Cody Ikerd won't have any problem finding The Bluebird, the legendary night club in downtown Bloomington that has hosted such celebrated artists as Lou Reed and John Mellencamp. Ikerd and his Sidewinders are slated to make their first appearance at the venerable venue Friday night. "It's a club I've

BEDFORD TIMES-MAIL - 2017-11-23 13:15:00

Carolina Beach lake dredging in limbo

Town council to decide options for lake project in upcoming meeting CAROLINA BEACH -- The excavator is still and a mound of mud sits untouched on the shore of Carolina Beach lake. A section of walkway remains closed more than a month after the town had to stop what has become a seemingly never-endin

STAR NEWS ONLINE - 2017-11-22 14:06:00

Carolina Beach's JoDan Garza -- not your typical politician

CAROLINA BEACH -- Don't let the earlobe gauges, ponytail, tattoos and laid-back demeanor fool you -- JoDan Garza, newly elected to the Carolina Beach Town Council, means business. "It's very humbling," Garza said. "The only thing I can do now is try to exceed expectations." JoDan (a "hack it up" nam


Charlie Cozzolino of Carolina Beach Elementary is Student Achiever of the Week

School: Carolina Beach Elementary School Grade: Fifth Best Subjects:Math -- It's fun learning new math skills. Reading - Reading is an exciting way to escape reality and be in your own little world. Science - It's interesting learning the parts of the body, what they're called, and how they work. Wo


TRAFFIC ALERT: Portion of Middle Sound Loop Road to close for paving

A portion of Middle Sound Loop Road will close overnight for paving this weekend. The road will be closed between Market Street to Red Cedar Road from 8 p.m. on Friday to 7 a.m. on Saturday and closed again from 8 p.m. Sunday to 6 a.m. Monday. Crews will be completing the final paving for the Ogden

WECT - 2017-11-22 16:40:36