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BREAKING: Body Found In Northwest Lincoln Street | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | October 19, 2018
  Lincoln Police have identified the body of a man found Thursday evening on a […] The post BREAKING: Body Found In Northwest Lincoln Street appeared first on KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM.
Police Investigating “Suspicious Death”; Foul Play Suspected | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | October 19, 2018
Police are investigating a suspicious a death where the victim appeared have fallen out of a moving vehicle near the intersection of 14th and Judson. He also could have been pushed out ;police say they haven’t ruled out foul play. Police Sergeant Jake Dilsaver says police first responded to re...
Suspicious Salads and Corn Being Recalled | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | October 19, 2018
Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods and Walmart are issuing a recall on a few salads and […] The post Suspicious Salads and Corn Being Recalled appeared first on KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM.
Crews Battle Large Fire In SW Lancaster County | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | October 19, 2018
Several area fire departments, including Lincoln Fire and Rescue, were battling a large fire Friday […] The post Crews Battle Large Fire In SW Lancaster County appeared first on KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM.
School Cook Who Added Kangaroo Meat to Chili Loses Job | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | October 19, 2018
    POTTER, Neb. (AP) – The cook who mixed kangaroo meat into the chili […] The post School Cook Who Added Kangaroo Meat to Chili Loses Job appeared first on KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM.
HyVee Recalls Meat and Pototo Products | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | October 19, 2018
Hy-Vee is recalling six of its meat and potato products across its eight-state region due […] The post HyVee Recalls Meat and Pototo Products appeared first on KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM.
Friendship Home quarter drive is Sunday | Journal Star
Journal Star | October 18, 2018
More than 1,000 volunteers will knock on doors across Lincoln on Sunday to collect donations for the Friendship Home through its 16th annual Safe Quarters drive.
Mourning Hope gets $1 million donation for new home | Journal Star
Journal Star | October 18, 2018
The Mourning Hope Grief Center has received a $1 million donation in its campaign to raise money for a permanent home for the agency that supports families grieving a death.
Cindy Lange-Kubick: Bring on the yard signs and the vote — from Longhorn land to Lincoln | Journal Star
Journal Star | October 18, 2018
I haven’t seen a Ted Cruz for Senate sign in a Lincoln front yard yet this election season.
City replaces two closed recycling sites | Journal Star
Journal Star | October 18, 2018
The city has opened two new multi-material recycling sites to replace locations that closed.
Nebraska Wildlife Federation honors prairie dog conservationist at annual gala | Journal Star
Journal Star | October 18, 2018
The Nebraska Wildlife Federation held its 12th annual Fall Fundraiser Gala on Tuesday, honoring Maureen Franklin for her efforts in the relocation of prairie dogs in Nebraska.
Frost Talks Culture and Injuries | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | October 18, 2018
From the Hawks Championship Center Thursday afternoon, head coach Scott Frost spoke to the media. Frost continued his trend of praising his team’s practice work ethic, claiming that the Huskers practiced “better this week than last week again.” Frost believes there’s room for...
Antelope Creek Removed From Impaired Waters List | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | October 18, 2018
  The Environmental Protection Agency’s removal of Antelope Creek from the impaired waters list is heralded Thursday by city, state and local officials at a ceremony near the creek. Governor Ricetts says that removal is a big deal for citizens safety and further development.  He says th...
Garage Fire Overnight | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | October 18, 2018
Fire causes $20,000 overnight to a garage at 52nd and Holdrege. The fire started outside of the garage and spread in to the eaves and attic space of the structure. Fire was caused by combustible materials too close to a grill that was used earlier.  Lincoln Fire put the fire out in minutes of arriv...
Serving Hands Sculptures Going Up Around Lincoln in 2019 | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | October 18, 2018
You will be seeing 6 foot high “serving hands” sculptures around Lincoln in 2019. Project Director Liz Shea-McCoy tells KLIN News they are celebrating 50 years of Campus Life. Shea-McCoy says that hands were selected by Campus Life to exemplify the heart of service for Campus Life and th...
Nebraska DHHS Begins New Child Welfare Effort Trying To Keep More Youths In Their Homes | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | October 18, 2018
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – Nebraska’s child welfare agency is moving forward with a new approach to child welfare cases designed to help more youths stay with their families. The plan was outlined Thursday as part of a series of meetings held throughout the state. The new approach encourages c...
Lincoln Business Expo Draws Over 100 Vendors To Pinnacle Bank Arena | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | October 18, 2018
A wide-range of Lincoln business, organizations gathered Thursday inside Pinnacle Bank Arena for the 21st […] The post Lincoln Business Expo Draws Over 100 Vendors To Pinnacle Bank Arena appeared first on KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM.
Lincoln Electric System Workers Dispatched To Hurricane Ravaged Florida Returning Home | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | October 18, 2018
Lincoln Electric System workers that were dispatched to Florida to help restore power in the wake of hurricane Michael are coming home. In a post on Facebook, LES says crews have been released from Tallahassee, Florida where they were stationed and are expected to be back stateside Friday. The city ...
Rare Illness that can Paralyze Children is Suspected in Nebraska | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | October 18, 2018
A rare illness that can paralyze children is suspected in one Nebraska case.   Health officials say they are investigating a possible case of the rare illness that can paralyze children in Douglas County. Infectious Disease Specialist in Nebraska Dr. Mark Rupp says it’s a mysterious disea...
Strictly Business Magazine | October 18, 2018
Color Quest Encourages Quilting Curiosity The Nebraska History Museum wanted to show off its growing collection of antique, Nebraska-made quilts by using something kids and adults alike could relate to: Color. At the museum’s new exhibit called Color Quest, which will be on display until January, ...
Strictly Business Magazine | October 18, 2018
Road Diets in Lincoln The Lincoln Independent Business Association (LIBA) recently testified at a City Council hearing on road diets for Lincoln. We have expressed concern about consultant recommendations to eliminate traffic lanes on many of the streets leading into downtown. One project that recei...
Strictly Business Magazine | October 18, 2018
Based here in Lincoln, NE, Digital Sky (www.digitalsky.com) provides professional visual media production services to a wide variety of clients across the country. Capturing footage through the use of drones, Digital Sky has applied innovation, creativity, and hard work to become an industry leader...
Strictly Business Magazine | October 18, 2018
Located in Lincoln, SP Group, P.C. is a growing entrepreneurial accounting firm that serves a variety of growth-oriented companies and talented individuals throughout the Midwest. SP Group, P.C. provides a variety of services for individuals and types of businesses, including: tax planning, business...
Strictly Business Magazine | October 18, 2018
Focus Suites, located in the SCC Entrepreneurship Center, is a professional and comfortable place to do business. Business owners in the Focus Suites community are passionate about their work. Some are just starting their entrepreneurial journey while others have celebrated many milestones. Office R...
Strictly Business Magazine | October 18, 2018
2018 Business Award Winners It’s important to recognize those businesses that go above and beyond to make our city what it is today and reward those that continue to provide for a promising future. At the 2018 Celebrate Business Awards Luncheon in late August, we handed out eight total awards to b...
Strictly Business Magazine | October 18, 2018
Last Month: SCC’s Course Restaurant By dining at SCC’s Course Restaurant, you’re not just getting a delicious meal, you’re supporting culinary students as a part of their training at SCC’s Great Plains Culinary Institute. Course is designed to provide the public with a 4-star dining experi...
Strictly Business Magazine | October 18, 2018
Dreamweaver Launches New Volunteer Program, Dream Team Volunteering has positive effects not only for the organization served, but also for the individuals volunteering. With this in mind, community members from diverse backgrounds gathered in September for one common purpose: to learn how they can...
Journal Star | October 18, 2018
Friday is the deadline for mail-in and online voter registration in order for the registration to be effective for the Nov. 6 general election.
Journal Star | October 18, 2018
The Chet Ager and Prairie Buildings at Pioneers Park Nature Center, 3201 S. Coddington Ave., will open at 12:45 p.m. instead of noon Sunday because of a staff meeting.
Partnership for Healthy Lincoln: Grant will help reduce health disparities among minorities | Journal Star
Journal Star | October 17, 2018
A five-year, $3.3 million federal grant will allow Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln to continue its work to reduce health disparities among racial and ethnic minorities in Lincoln.
Public Art Project Begins | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | October 17, 2018
Lincoln’s newest Public Art project got underway Wednesday. Mayor Chris Beutler, Campus Life Executive Director […] The post Public Art Project Begins appeared first on KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM.
New Self-Deprecating Tourism Campaign Is Unveiled for Nebraska | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | October 17, 2018
A quirky ..self deprecating campaign is unveiled to sell Nebraska’s tourism potential…but it is going to raise eyebrows among a number of Nebraskans. The Nebraska Tourism Commission’s news release says among other things that Nebraska may not be on everyone’s bucket list of p...
Nebraska’s ACT Average Score Is Lower Than the National Average | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | October 17, 2018
Nebraska ACT scores come in slightly lower then the national average for the first time in several years and also down from last year’s composite score. Nebraska’s average 2018 ACT score was 20.1 compared to the national average of 20.8. Education officials attribute some of that decline...
Heroin Bundles and a Baby Found In Vehicle Stopped On I-80 | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | October 17, 2018
Lancaster County Sheriff’s deputies make a surprising discovery in a traffic stop on I-80 outside of Lincoln. Numerous heroin bundles..most of them empty.. are found in the vehicle. Lancaster County Sheriff Terry Wagner says there was also a nine month old baby in the backseat. Sheriff Wagner ...
Walters: Husker Stock is Down, Which is Why it’s The Perfect Time to Buy | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | October 17, 2018
Nebraska offensive coordinator Troy Walters had money on his mind Wednesday afternoon – at least in a manner of speaking. After the Huskers got done practicing at the Hawks Championship Center, Walters spoke to the media. The 0-6 record could be a blemish to potential recruits but it could als...
Legislation Proposed to Prevent Nebraska’s Voter Registration Lists From Being Used Incorrectly | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | October 17, 2018
There are no reports that Nebraska’s voter registration lists are among the lists from other states being sold on the internet. But Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale says they will be proposing legislation next session to further insure that doesn’t happen. Gale says that the politic...
Business Of The Week | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | October 17, 2018
Come See For Yourself The post Business Of The Week appeared first on KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM.
Pennsylvania Couple In Lincoln Jail, Baby In Protection After Drug Bust | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | October 17, 2018
Two people were arrested after Lancaster County Sheriff’s deputies found heroin and meth inside a […] The post Pennsylvania Couple In Lincoln Jail, Baby In Protection After Drug Bust appeared first on KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM.
HUSKER FOOTBALL: Offense Preparing To Improve From Loss At Northwestern | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | October 17, 2018
LINCOLN–(NU Sports Information)–The Nebraska football team practiced for two hours on Wednesday inside the Hawks […] The post HUSKER FOOTBALL: Offense Preparing To Improve From Loss At Northwestern appeared first on KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM.
Strictly Business Magazine | October 17, 2018
Express Life Chiropractic Celebrates Grand Opening with Chamber Ribbon Cutting On August 22, Drs. Troy and Ashley Hayes celebrated the opening of their new neurologically-based chiropractic corrective care office, Express Life Chiropractic (www.expresslifechiropractic.com), with a ribbon-cutting cer...
Strictly Business Magazine | October 17, 2018
Virtual C Provides Free Workspace for Lincoln Businesses Virtual C’s (www.virtualc.biz) new drop-in office is located at 1701 Windhoek Dr. in Lincoln. The intention of this office is to be a flexible drop-in space for local businesses to use for free.  The space will be open Monday through Friday...
Still time to donate winter clothing to Bubba’s Closet for students in need | Journal Star
Journal Star | October 16, 2018
Residents are being encouraged to donate new and gently used winter wear for Bubba's Closet, the clothes give-away effort that for more than 20 years has benefited elementary school students who need warm clothing.
Wet snow damages trees, severs power and sends woman to hospital | Journal Star
Journal Star | October 16, 2018
After the snow fell Sunday, the broken branches followed — blocking streets, leaving thousands without power and sending a woman to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Connections and preparations bring Roca Scary Farm to life | Journal Star
Journal Star | October 16, 2018
Sarah Daugherty sits across from Makayla Dierberger, applying the night's coat of makeup. A small ball python starts to wrap itself around Daugherty's head. It's a normalcy for "the Snake Charming Twins" at Roca Berry Farm.
Senator Sasse Says Saudis Have  Need To Answer Questions | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | October 16, 2018
Nebraska Republican U.S. Senator Ben Sasse says in an interview on CNN that the Saudis have a lot of explaining to do after the disappearance of an American-based Saudi journalist. Senator Sasse says the Saudis have a real problem. He says the journalist went into the embassy and didn’t come o...
Designated Areas For Storm Debris | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | October 16, 2018
  Following Sunday’s storm, the City reminds residents that disposal of private tree debris is […] The post Designated Areas For Storm Debris appeared first on KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM.
Mayor Thinks A Safe Gun Storage Proposal Is More Of A State Issue | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | October 16, 2018
Mayor Beutler doesn’t appear to back a citizens proposal to require safe gun storage in Lincoln. Mayor Beutler tells KLIN’s Jack Mitchell on LNK Today efforts to enact such legislation right now would be futile in the long run.  Beutler says that any proposal requiring safe gun storage...
LPD Identifies Woman Hurt By Fallen Branch Sunday | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | October 16, 2018
Lincoln Police have released the name of the 69-year-old woman critically hurt by a large […] The post LPD Identifies Woman Hurt By Fallen Branch Sunday appeared first on KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM.
Man Claims $1M Powerball Ticket Prize With 3 Days To Spare | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | October 16, 2018
An Omaha man has claimed his $1 million Powerball lottery prize with three days to […] The post Man Claims $1M Powerball Ticket Prize With 3 Days To Spare appeared first on KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM.
Nebraska Man Claims $1 Million Lottery Prize | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | October 16, 2018
BELLEVUE, Neb. (AP) – An Omaha man has claimed his $1 million Powerball lottery prize with three days to spare. Nebraska Lottery officials say Robert Abraham turned in his ticket Friday. It had to be turned in on or before Monday or the prize would have been used for future games. Abraham boug...