Frances & Jim Swanson
Omaha's Story, Becoming a citizen
Frances Smyth Swanson tells her husband, Jim Swanson, about how she became a U.S. citizen.
Rachel Rosenberg & Abe Sass
Omaha's Story, Experiences in Auschwitz
Rachel Rosenberg talks with close friend Abe Sass about her experiences in a concentration camp in Auschwitz.
Seth Fries & Dave Whitaker
Omaha's Story, Overcoming Illiteracy
Literacy Center for the Midlands tutor Dave Whitaker talks with one of his students, Seth Fries, about the challenges of overcoming illiteracy.
Rufus White & Vida Stabler
Omaha's Story, Traditional Omaha Tribe Music
Vida Stabler talks with Rufus White about singing and playing traditional Omaha Tribe music.
Freddie & Ben Gray
Omaha's Story, How Youth influences your life
Freddie Gray talks to her husband Ben about how his youth influenced his life.
Tracy, Tamarrah & David Wernsman
Omaha Story's, A story of Adoption
Tracy Wernsman shares the story of how she came to adopt her children, Tamarrah and David.
Diane Watson, Christine Besen & Mary Pat Champion
Omaha's Story, Remembering a Sister
Eight years ago, Laura Watson was killed by a random act of violence. Today, her three sisters share memories of Laura and tell how her death impacted their lives.
Jerry Hassett and Kay Scarpello
Omaha's Story, WWII
For this Memorial Day edition, Kay Scarpello talks to her uncle, former Omaha politician Jerry Hassett, about serving in World War II.
Jean Davie and Sarah Davie Riehl
Omaha's Story, A father lost to WWII
Sarah Hiatt Davie Riehl asks her mother, Jean Davie, about her birth father. Richard Estes Hiatt was killed in World War II shortly after Sarah was born.
Brianna Marshall & Jan Holt
Omaha's Story, Young Mother, and Addiction
Brianna Marshall asks her grandmother, Jan Holt, about becoming a parent at a young age. Then she talks about life with a mother who's addicted to drugs.