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Parker and her son DeVaughn, 10, at B&B Boxing Academy. Parker, a single mom, works while DeVaughn is at college. afterward, the two head to the gym six days a week.

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Maria Corpuz, 25, who's Filipina-American, in her Omaha domestic on Saturday, March 20, 2021.

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Callee, a bull elephant, is the greatest elephant on the zoo, weighing in at 9,080 kilos. He fathered the calf due subsequent year.

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Rebecca Wyatt gives Claire, the Henry Doorly Zoo’s pregnant elephant, a treat all the way through a working towards activity Thursday. “We desired to build a multigenerational herd right here, and now we’re on our means toward attaining that intention,” noted Dennis Pate, CEO and executive director of the zoo.

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From left, volunteers Reichard German, Don Streeter, Jerry Leapley and Jay Johnson, serve up to-go order all through a St. Patrick's Day Dinner on the Tangier Shrine core in Omaha on Wednesday. The fundraiser to benefit Tangier Shrine actions and operations has been conducted in Omaha for more than 30 years.

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The turnout gear of Dennis Bender, a Ponca Hills firefighter who died fighting a fire last week, sits on the again of a firetruck throughout his funeral procession on Tuesday.

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Mike Prucha, from appropriate, Eric Paulsen, Nolan Peek, and Roger Peek, all with the Irvington Volunteer fireplace department, stand as a funeral procession for Dennis Bender passes with the aid of the Ponca Hills Volunteer fire branch north of Omaha on Tuesday. Bender, seventy eight, become Nebraska's longest-serving paramedic when he died of a clinical emergency whereas fighting a brush fireplace on March 10.

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Justin Thompson and Dillon Dierks, each with fortress Calhoun hearth and Rescue, stand opposite Eric Paulsen and Mike Prucha, both with the Irvington Volunteer hearth branch, as a funeral procession for Dennis Bender passes through the Ponca Hills Volunteer fireplace department north of Omaha on Tuesday. Bender, 78, turned into Nebraska's longest-serving paramedic when he died of a scientific emergency while struggling with a brush fire on March 10.

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Millard North's Hunter Sallis reacts after Bellevue West's Chucky Hepburn steals the ball.

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americans study the national anthem earlier than the Millard North/Bellevue West class A title game.

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Beatrice's Jace Pethoud lands on Elkhorn's Dane Petersen all over the 2nd half of the classification B championship on Saturday,

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Auburn's Cameron Binder blows a kiss after he defeated Adams principal for the C1 championship on Saturday,

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Auburn's Ryan Bender continues the ball from going out of bounds after racing Adams crucial's Lucas Bohlen for the ball within the first half right through the C1 championship on Saturday,

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Humphrey/Lindsay Holy family's Jason Sjuts holds onto the ball as Ethan Keller calls timeout whereas Howells-steer clear of's Lance Brester, left, and Blake Sindelar appropriate, trie to get the ball from Sjuts with 1.1. seconds left and the ranking tied in law right through the D1 championship on Saturday.

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legislations enforcement respond to toll road 6 and that i-80 in Lincoln on Friday, March 12, 2021. An Omaha police officer became shot at Westroads Mall in Omaha, and a police chase resulted in the exit near Waverly.

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The solar rises over an E-4B Nightwatch plane at the Lincoln Airport on Thursday. Runway renovations have pressured the planes to move out of Offutt Air drive Base.

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military personnel clear the cockpit window of a E-4B Nightwatch aircraft before it takes off at the Lincoln Airport on Thursday. Runway renovations have pressured the planes to stream out of Offutt Air force Base.

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Chris Kemp, left, and Neal Gloede, use a carry to install a sculpture, referred to as Naga, inside the Marjorie k. Daugherty Conservatory as a part of the Fantastical Folklore reveal at Lauritzen Gardens on Wednesday. Gloede works at the Lauritzen and Kemp is the artist that created the piece. they're mounting on the trunk of a palm tree that is not any longer alive.

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Waverly's Andrew Heffelfinger and his teammates celebrate defeating Omaha Skutt.

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Millard West's James Conway and Lincoln Pius X's Charles Hoiberg both reach out for possession of the ball at Pinnacle financial institution enviornment on Tuesday.

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Elkhorn's Caden Reynolds makes an attempt to steal the ball from Platteview's Ezra Stewart.

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Sisters Annalia, 2, and Brenny Zepeda, 9, play outside their home close 37th highway and Bedford Avenue on Monday. 

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From left,Omaha's, Chris Esposito, Harrison Denk and Jack Lombardi roam the outfield in opposition t Creighton on Friday,

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Omaha's Zach Munson (30) pitches to Creighton's Parker Upton (6) within the Creighton vs. Omaha baseball online game, UNO's domestic opener at Tal Anderson field on Friday. Creighton received the game 10-3.

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Omaha's Chris Esposito (3) slams into the correct container wall after lacking a seize within the Creighton vs. Omaha baseball game, UNO's home opener at Tal Anderson container on Friday. Creighton gained the online game 10-3.

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Jenny Kros, together with her sons Hudson, left, and Lincoln correct, watch Omaha take on Creighton from a hill simply backyard of the newly opened Tal Anderson container on Friday, March 05, 2021. Jenny is married to Mike Kros, who played baseball at UNO.

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Humphrey St. Francis gamers have fun after their win against Mullen.

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Winnebago's Madeline Cleveland high fives teammates before their online game in opposition t Grand Island principal.

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Former Sen. Ernie Chambers does push-united states of americabefore receiving his 2d COVID-19 vaccine at the Charles Drew fitness core within the Omaha home for Boys on Wednesday.

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22Elkhorn North cheerleaders hang up wolf paws all through a free throw attempt towards Omaha Gross.

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Elkhorn North's Reese sales space fights for a rebound with Omaha Gross' Rachel Culhane.

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Millard South's Mya Babbitt fights for the ball with Lincoln East's Zoie Armstrong at Pinnacle bank arena on Tuesday.

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Lincoln East's Chase Kavanaugh, Morgan Witherspoon, Drake Heywood and Ethan Schainost show frustration after a foul is made in opposition t Lincoln East at Pinnacle financial institution arena on Tuesday.

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because the final buzzer sounds, Millard South gamers rejoice and Papillion-La Vista gamers and cheerleaders walk off the court docket following the boys basketball district ultimate game in Papillion on Monday. Millard South won 35-34 and moves on to the state match.

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Papillion-La Vista's Aidan Graham (4) celebrates a three-pointer within the boys basketball district closing online game in Papillion on Monday. Millard South received 35-34 and moves on to the state event.

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Floodwaters from the Platte River cover Ridgeland Avenue in Fremont on Monday.

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