Omaha, NE – Douglas County health officials say they've received several reports of bed bug infestations.
A news release from the Douglas County Health Department says bed bugs have to be brought from one place to another. An infestation can happen after traveling, or come from used furniture. Health Department Resource Specialist Phil Rooney says once the bugs are in a home, they're hard to get rid of.
Omaha, NE – September is National Preparedness Month.
During September, the federal government and organizations such as the American Red Cross are sharing tips to prepare for both natural and man-made disasters. The month focuses on three components of safety: making a plan, putting together an emergency kit, and being informed.
KIOS will present a 2-hour highlights program from the 2009 Detroit Jazz Festival on Friday September 3rd at 8:00PM.
The prestigious jazz festival is an annual favorite for countless concert goers and jazz fans. 2009's highlights feature performances from Dave Brubeck, Gerald Wilson, Janis Siegel, Louis Hayes and many more. Program hosts are Ed Love of WDET and Linda Yohn of WEMU.
Listen to highlights of the 2009 Detroit Jazz Festival on Friday September 3rd at 8:00PM on KIOS.
Omaha, NE – The College of St. Mary is currently at full capacity in their residence halls with 214 students.
Marketing Director Carmen Steele says one reason is because more upperclassmen are living in the residence halls this year.
The Mothers Living and Learning program at CSM has also led to full residence halls. Steele says the program offers single mothers the opportunity to live on campus with their children while pursuing their degrees.
College of St. Mary's fall semester began August 25th.