Jackie OuradaNebraska Public Media News Morning Edition Host
"Morning Edition" host and reporter Jackie Ourada has been with Nebraska Public Media since 2021. She joined Nebraska's PBS and NPR stations after producing KETV newscasts in Omaha for two years and reporting for KFOR's newsroom in Lincoln while in college. Jackie is a native of Crete, Nebraska, and a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Sept. 21 marked the anniversary of when the Otoe-Missouria tribe was forced out of their lands, which would later become the city of Lincoln, Nebraska, and moved to a reservation in Oklahoma. Now the tribe hopes the day will serve as an annual reminder of reconciliation.
The latest report from the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services provides a glimpse into who is seeking abortions in the Cornhusker State.
With current Gov. Pete Ricketts term-limited, Nebraska Republicans will decide who will represent their party in early May. All signs point to a very tight race.