Ken Gruber with Omaha Rapid Response are trying to get dozens of homes in King Lake and Pacific Junction prepped for winter so homeowners can move back in and live while volunteers continue inside work over the winter. Whether you are skilled in construction trades or unskilled, they can use your help. You can learn more on how to volunteer at OmahaRapidResponse.org.
October is breast cancer awareness month and preventive medicine specialist Dr. Eudene Harry says that while breast cancer is rare for men, it has a higher mortality rate than breast cancer in women. Guys, here's what you need to know.
Why is the case against Husker running back Maurice Washington taking so long to even get a preliminary hearing scheduled on the charge that he sent revenge porn to a former girlfriend in California. Omaha defense attorney James Martin Davis explains why things are different in California courts.
Democratic strategist and UNO political science professor, Dr. Paul Landow, tells us what Senator Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden need to do to maintain their positions atop the Democratic presidential field. He also says Sen. Bernie Sanders recent heart attack and age will probably negatively impact his chances to get the nomination.
Those in Generation Z (born 1995-2009) are starting to enter the workforce and because they have always lived in a digital world, their attitudes and personalities are different than the other generations still working. And while they presents some benefits, business strategist Mark Fenner says it is also creating some problems.
The Callahan era with the Husker's bubbled up in this week's segment with the official fan of the KFAB Morning News, Richie in Papillion.
Fitness expert and elite endurance athlete Tom Holland is the host of a podcast called "Fitness Disrupted". He gives tips on what to do, and not do, to get fit and stay that way. Along with working out he has tips on your diet and overall lifestyle.
Gregg Jarrett sums up the Mueller investigation into alleged collusion by the Trump campaign with Russia in 2016 with the title of his book, "Witch Hunt: The Story of the Greatest Mass Delusion in American Political History".
Nebraska State Senator Tom Brewer says there are over 100,000 regulations and restrictions on the books in Nebraska. In his role on the government committee, he and other senators are preparing legislation that would slash regulations and the red tape it causes for Nebraskans.
Because of flooding, I-29 and I-680 north of Council Bluffs have been closed or threatened with closure for six straight months. Road engineers have been looking at what can be done to stop or mitigate future flood closings, including elevating the road in some low spots. Austin Yates with Iowa DOT explains some of the pros and the cons to the ideas being tossed around as solutions.
Nebraska U.S. Senator Ben Sasse spells out why he thinks withdrawing U.S. troops from northern Syria is a threat to our Kurdish allies. He also disagrees with the NBA apologizing to China after a Houston Rockets executive tweeted support for pro-democracy protesters Hong Kong.
This week beyond looking at the Huskers game with Northwestern tomorrow, Richie comments on college athletes being able to make money from their craft and his thoughts on Khalil Davis being suspended for one game by the Big Ten.
Brad Allen is an Omaha man whose unborn son was aborted against his wishes. In anticipation of a Mass that was to honor his son, Liam, Brad tried to place an "in memoriam" notice in the obituary section of the Omaha World-Herald, but the paper rejected it. Hear Brad explain his experience and what he wants to encourage legislators to do to expand a law that would allow death certificates to be available to be issued for ab... Read more
With an impeachment inquiry of President Trump, there are a few things about how impeachment works according to the U.S. Constitution. Constitutional scholar/historian Rob Natelson gives us some definitions and whether any evidence has turned up yet that would justify Trump's impeachment.
A study of 800 Americans found 40% of Americans report being stressed out by politics and 4% have said it drove them to consider suicide. Dr. Kevin Smith, chairman and professor of political science department at UNL is the lead author of the study and shares some more stats and suggests some reasons why these numbers are so high.
NBC Newsradio's Michael Bower reports on a new wrinkle in the investigation of Hillary Clinton's e-mails while she served as Secretary of State.
Bob Mersed is acknowledged as the first guy to have a sign at ESPN's College GameDay, dating back 25 years to the show's first visit to Lincoln when the show itself was in it's infancy.
The official fan of the KFAB Morning News, Richie in Papillion has his take on the Huskers vs. Buckeyes. He also has a few comments about Michigan and the new football facility to be announced today in Lincoln.
Congressman Don Bacon says House Democrats are moving to an impeachment inquiry of Preesident Trump without waiting for facts. He says this will just further tear the country apart and distracts Congress from doing the business of the country.
Lt. Colonel (retired) Jeff Addicott says comments on a federal judge ruling the terrorism watch list violates the Constitution's due process clause. He also comments of Iran's apparent attack of a Saudi oil refinery and he believes that if the U.S. had not essentially become energy independent, that we would now be at war the Iran.