For being 20, Sophie's still in pretty good shape. She's slower than she was in her prime, and her hearing isn't so sharp, but she can still see.
Kelsey covers health and fitness for The World-Herald. Follow her on Twitter @kels2. Phone: 402-444-3100.
When Austin Nelson got back to Omaha, he joined Ish Fitness. He wanted to bulk up and be in better shape. He went back to umpire school in January 2018. This time, he made the cut, and was hired by Minor League Baseball.
Attendees can learn the basics of the sport, like positions and rules, and take part in hands-on drills.
Their first square dancing tour took three years. The second took two years. They started the third tour in February.
One letter dropped from an Omaha company's name wound up costing a "Jeopardy!" contestant last week.
A Nebraska nonprofit is looking to award financial support to women battling breast cancer.
Jenn Dellacqua, who works at Union Pacific’s dispatching center, works out at the nearby Anytime Fitness in downtown Omaha. She’s there for her exercise routine every day over the lunch hour.
"We know it's happened over and over again to different people," said Joe Sutter, who had his windows broken last fall. "We decided to take a stand and try to do something to make a difference."
"I just thought that I was on a different planet almost," she told The World-Herald. "It was a special place to be."
Police officers were called shortly after 1 p.m. to the fast-food restaurant at SouthPointe Pavilions, a popular shopping center near South 27th Street and Pine Lake Road. Initial reports were of a disturbance inside the restaurant and a vehicle driven into the building.