A Nebraska mayor who insisted she wouldn't apologize for an online comment has offered her mea culpa after all. NBC News reports the trouble started when Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert earlier this week put in place a city curfew due to protests over the death of George Floyd. Soyeon Sohn, a Korean American woman who was adopted as an infant and raised in Hastings, posted an apparently negative comment on Stothert's official Facebook page—one that Stothert didn't like. Her reply to Sohn: "A Facebook troll who hides behind symbols and doesn't list their name, is a coward." The "symbols" Stothert spoke of were letters of the Korean alphabet, spelling out Sohn's name. "A public official making that statement publicly on her own Facebook page degrading a citizen [is] just uncalled for and unprofessional," says Sohn.