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Journal Star | December 16, 2018
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University of Nebraska-Lincoln student completes college degree he started 35 years ago | Journal Star
Journal Star | December 16, 2018
For most of the 1,600 University of Nebraska-Lincoln students who walked across the Pinnacle Bank Arena stage and were handed their degrees this weekend, their adult lives are just beginning.
'Shop with a Cop' gives kids chance to spend time with Lincoln police officers | Journal Star
Journal Star | December 16, 2018
Walking through Super Target with Lincoln Police Officer Taylor Murphy, 11-year-old Mikenna Mason wanted to get some Christmas presents for her mother and brother, but chose some gifts for herself as well.
Nebraska Takes Stanford to the Limit, Finishes as National Runners-Up | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | December 16, 2018
It was another five-set thriller at Target Center Saturday night, as the Husker Volleyball team fell just short, losing to Stanford 3-2. Nebraska dropped a very tight first set, 28-26, and then tied up the match, winning 25-22 in set two. The first two sets were close throughout, but not the next tw...
Journal Star | December 16, 2018
The public is encouraged to complete an online survey on cable television and Internet services at lincoln.ne.gov (keyword: cable).
Section of South 98th Street closed for one week | Journal Star
Journal Star | December 15, 2018
South 98th Street from Van Dorn Street to A Street will be closed for one week beginning Monday for a Stevens Creek sewer project.
Hard times just got harder as Lincoln Indian Center tries to survive | Journal Star
Journal Star | December 15, 2018
The Lincoln Indian Center was nearly vacant on a recent weekday morning; few cars in the parking lot, fewer people inside.
Businessman Richard Meginnis to run for council; Schulte won't run for school board | Journal Star
Journal Star | December 15, 2018
Richard Meginnis, a Lincoln real estate broker and former school board member, said Friday he plans to run for the southeast Lincoln City Council seat now held by Jon Camp.
National Guard saluted at birthday celebration | Journal Star
Journal Star | December 15, 2018
With about 200 members of the Nebraska National Guard deployed around the world, Gov. Pete Ricketts saluted the National Guard on Friday at a celebration marking the 382nd year of the nation's citizen military force.
Troopers Kick-Off Holiday “Your Drink & Drive, You Lose” cAMPAIGN | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 15, 2018
DECEMBER 14, 2018 (LINCOLN, NEB.)  — Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) will be looking […]
Fatal Crash At Hwy 77 & West Hallam Road | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 15, 2018
The following is a statement from the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office: At 7:47 p.m. on […]
Friday Prep Basketball Scoreboard | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 15, 2018
Boys Lincoln Southwest 45, Lincoln Southeast 41 Lincoln Pius X 66, Lincoln North Star 65 […]
Nebraska Ranked 26th in Tobacco Prevention | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 15, 2018
Our media partner 10-11 News reported how a new study shows that Nebraska ranks in […]
Former Eastern Nebraska Teacher Faces Felony Charges | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 15, 2018
Eastern Nebraska officials say a former teacher in the Scribner-Snyder school district has been accused […]
Journal Star | December 15, 2018
The Lincoln/Lancaster Keno Human Services Prevention Fund recently announced grant recipients of the 43rd round of grant funding. The fund awarded approximately $194,177 to 18 local agencies.
Journal Star | December 15, 2018
In order to bring you complete coverage of the Saturday evening NCAA Volleyball National Championship, we’re moving our deadlines back. This could result in later delivery times on Sunday.
Ticket reseller agrees to pay state $125K over marketing, sales practices | Journal Star
Journal Star | December 14, 2018
The Nebraska Attorney General's office has reached a $125,000 settlement with a ticket reseller over misleading marketing and sales practices that led consumers to think they were buying tickets directly from the event venue.
Entertainment center bringing hundreds of games to Gateway | Journal Star
Journal Star | December 14, 2018
The name is Round 1 Bowling & Amusement, but the emphasis is definitely on the "amusement" part.
Mayoral Candidate Focuses on Safe, Low Cost, Sustainable Housing | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 14, 2018
Lincoln Mayoral Candidate, Krystal Gabel, released the following statement: Affordable housing is a safe home […]
Nebraska Collected Less Net Revenue Than Expected In November | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 14, 2018
State officials say Nebraska collected less net revenue than expected in November. The Department of […]
Lincoln Bank Robber Sentenced To Three Years | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | December 14, 2018
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – Federal prosecutors say a man has been sentenced to nearly three years in prison for robbing a Lincoln bank earlier this year. U.S. Attorney for Nebraska Joe Kelly says 30-year-old Kevin Brown was sentenced Thursday in Lincoln’s federal court. Brown was also ordered ...
State Leaders Celebrate The Birthday of National Guard | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 14, 2018
A special celebration at the Nebraska State Capitol Friday helped commemorate the 382nd birthday of […]
Death Row Executions Remain Near Historic Lows In 2018 | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 14, 2018
WASHINGTON (AP) – Three states resumed executions of death row inmates in 2018 after long […]
A Push For Legalizing Medical Marijuana In Nebraska | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | December 14, 2018
An effort is underway to get a marijuana reform proposal on the 2020 ballot in Nebraska. One of the leaders in the effort…Lincoln State Senator Wishart tells KLIN’s Coby Mach on Drive Time Lincoln that her emphasis is on permitting medical marijuana. She says that under her proposal, peo...
Oregon Man Stopped On I-80, Pot and THC Cartridges Recovered | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 14, 2018
The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office said deputies seized 83 pounds of weed during a traffic […]
General Fund Receipts Are Below Forecast | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | December 14, 2018
Nebraska collected less revenue than expected last month. The Revenue Department reports that the state netted 2.3 percent below the certified forecast of $400 million. The department says collections were lower for all four major tax categories: individual and corporate income, sales-and-use and mi...
Life Threatening Injuries from Saunders County Crash | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 14, 2018
On Thursday, December 13th, 2018 at approximately 3:07 p.m. the Saunders County Sheriff’s Office, Wahoo […]
Nebraska Defeats Illinois in Five Sets to Head Back to Their Second Straight National Championship Match | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | December 14, 2018
For the second consecutive year, the Huskers are through to the national championship match, after defeating Illinois in five sets Thursday night. The Illini jumped out to a two game to none lead over the Big Red, as the Huskers had no answer for All-American, Jacqueline Quade. Quade had 28 kills on...
Husker Basketball Team Struggling with Illness as they Prepare for Clash Against Oklahoma State | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | December 14, 2018
Nebraska head basketball coach Tim Miles met with the media on Friday before the team travels to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, for Sunday night’s neutral site game against the Oklahoma State Cowboys in the Sanford Pentagon. During the press conference, Miles revealed that freshman guard Amir Harris i...
Huskers Enjoying the Moment Ahead of National Championship Match | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | December 14, 2018
Nebraska volleyball head coach John Cook began Friday’s press conference on a playful note, referring to freshman middle blocker Callie Schwarzenbach affectionately by her nickname, “Callie Schwarnez-block.” “(Schwarzenbach) informed me today that there are only two teams practicing today, a...
Nebraska Celebrates the 382nd Birthday of the National Guard At Capitol Ceremony | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | December 14, 2018
Nebraska celebrates the 382nd birthday of the National Guard today. At a celebratory ceremony at the Capitol, Governor Ricketts remarks about how honored he is to be in command of troopers of the Nebraska National Guard. “As Commander-In-Chief of the Nebraska National Guard I cannot tell you how p...
HUSKER VOLLEYBALL: Nebraska Rallies From Two Sets Down To Beat Illinois And Advance To Title Game | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 14, 2018
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Reigning Most Outstanding Player Mikaela Foecke ripped her 15th kill to cap […]
KLIN-AM | December 14, 2018
WASHINGTON (AP) – Nebraska is among three states that  resumed executions of death row inmates in 2018 after long breaks, but nationwide, executions remained near historic lows. That’s according to an annual report on the death penalty released Friday. The report by the Death Penalty In...
Journal Star | December 14, 2018
In order to bring you complete coverage of tonight’s NCAA Volleyball Final Four Semifinals, we’re moving our deadlines back. This could result in later delivery times Friday morning (12/14/18).
Journal Star | December 14, 2018
Lincoln Electric System invites customers to view the 2019 construction projects taking place in and around Lincoln online at LES.com.
Lincoln Buildings Receiving Bitcoin Bomb Threats | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 13, 2018
Thursday, 2:00 PM: Additional threats have been received at Cross-Dillon Tire Company, 4101 West O […]
Lancaster County Treasurer Andy Stebbing Considering Run for Mayor | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | December 13, 2018
Andy Stebbing for Mayor? Several sources close Lancaster County Treasurer Andy Stebbings say he’s seriously considering putting his hat in the ring. If he announces his candidacy it would be Stebbings 2nd time running for mayor after losing to incumbent Mayor Chris Buetler four years ago. Steb...
Pedestrian Hit By Car Close To Downtown Lincoln | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 13, 2018
A 46 year old man is recovering after being hit by a car Wednesday night […]
Lincoln Senators Make First Step In Changing Nebraska’s Marijuana Laws | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 13, 2018
Two Nebraska state senators will lead a newly formed campaign committee, Nebraskans for Sensible Marijuana […]
Man Hit By Car While Jaywalking May Face Citation | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | December 13, 2018
A 46-year-old man hit by car while improperly crossing the intersection of 21st and K streets may face a jaywalking citation. Police Captain Ryan Dale tells KLIN News police responded the accident a little after 10PM last night. He says the pedestrian was hit after attempting to cross the crosswalk ...
Emailed Hoax Bomb Threats Reported At A Number of Lincoln Businesses | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | December 13, 2018
Lincoln Police are investigating at least nine emailed hoax bomb threats to various businesses, schools and a media outlets around the city on Thursday that are linked to the payment of bitcoins. Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister says none of the threats so far have been credible but they need to take e...
National Guard Anniversary Friday | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 13, 2018
On Friday, Governor Pete Ricketts, Nebraska National Guard Major General Daryl Bohac, and more than […]
LPD, Area Law Enforcement Being Trained On Helping Students Dealing With Mental Illness | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 13, 2018
Several Lincoln Police and School Resource Officers, along with area law enforcement spent much of […]
Senators Promoting Marijuana Reform | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | December 13, 2018
Two Lincoln State Senators are leading a newly formed campaign committee to get marijuana reform laws on the ballot in 2020. Senators Anna Wishart and Adam Morfeld say this is the first step towards establishing a compassionate medical marijuana law for sick and suffering Nebraskans. While medical m...
Endangered Missing Advisory | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 13, 2018
82 year old, Bob Bales, of rural Dodge County is missing.  He was last seen near […]
Weston Man Suffers Life Threatening Crash Injuries | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 13, 2018
A two vehicle crash near Wahoo Thursday left one man with life threatening injuries. The […]
KFOR’s Lincoln Live | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 13, 2018
Lincoln teachers have a new tentative 2-year contract and the Lincoln School Board is planning […]
Ticket Reseller Settles | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 13, 2018
A settlement has been reached between the Attorney General’s Office and Tickets in Time, a […]
Lincoln Man In Jail For Meth Possession | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | December 13, 2018
A 23-year-old man is in jail for meth possession after he parked a vehicle with […]
Good heavens: A pair of celestial shows coming to the nighttime sky | Journal Star
Journal Star | December 12, 2018
A double feature for stargazers starts late Thursday, when a meteor shower could light up the skies outside of Lincoln more than 125 times an hour.