OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - Bars across the metro are getting ready for the influx of patrons as St. Patrick's Day falls on a Saturday.The Marylebone Tavern on 37th and Leavenworth Street is a long-standing hotspot in Omaha on the holiday. "I think we're prepared, I think we're ready," said Marylybone owner Marten Mejstrik.
OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - Crews are preparing part of the West Dodge expressway near 150th Street for a weekend closing for the demolition of the bridge.Starting at 10 p.m. Friday, westbound lanes of the expressway will be closed until 6 a.m. Monday, according to the City of Omaha Public Works Department. More traffic headaches for west Omaha commuters. 150th street bridge is closed and the soon West Dodge expressway in that area will close down for the weekend for the bridges’ demolition.
OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - The Omaha Fire Department said the installation of a new water heater is the cause of an apartment fire Tuesday night. The fire started around 9 p.m. Tuesday night. OFD said the fire spread quickly through multiple floors jumping the fire wall through the attic. 4 residents were displaced but the property management placed them in a hotel overnight. The building is a complete loss with damages exceeding $470,000.
WEEKEND TRAFFIC ALERT: Westbound Dodge Expressway will be CLOSED from 10p.m. Friday-6a.m. Monday around 150th street to demolish the bridge. It's part of a bigger project to make way for the West Farm development. @3NewsNowOmaha VIDEO: https://t.co/qq3AZcRkBH
More traffic headaches for west Omaha commuters. 150th street bridge is closed and the soon West Dodge expressway in that area will close down for the weekend for the bridges’ demolition. Details at 5 on @3NewsNowOmaha#TrafficAlerthttps://t.co/CTQofGPLGV
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