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Nebraska-Purdue Men’s Basketball Time Change | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 23, 2019
Because of the severe winter weather forecast for late Saturday afternoon, the start time of […]
Sacred Heart Elementary School to Close | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 23, 2019
Sacred Heart Catholic Elementary School, at 540 North 31st street, will close at the end […]
Updated Lincoln Street Conditions and Info | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 23, 2019
Date: Saturday, February 23, 2019 Time: 8:30 a.m. Twenty crews began applying liquid deicer and granular salt pre-wet with brine to arterial streets, bus and school routes at 12 a.m., and remain on patrol.  Plowing operations are at the ready.  The Mayor has declared a snow emergency for the City ...
Lincoln Snow Plowing on Emergency Snow Routes Only | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 23, 2019
Date: Saturday, February 23, 2019 Time: 4:45 p.m. Forty crews are plowing emergency snow routes only at this time due to reduced visibility, and applying deicers and salt pre-wet with brine to trouble spots.  A snow emergency remains in effect.  Parking is banned on both sides of all emergency sno...
Blizzard Conditions Hit Area – I-80 Closed Grand Island to Seward | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 23, 2019
Blizzard conditions have moved into the Lincoln area with heavy snow and increasing winds. Winds at the Lincoln airport have been reported at a steady 30 mph with gusts to 43 mph.  The National Weather Service’s latest update is below. I-80 is closed in both directions between Grand Island an...
Huskers Go Down in Hard Fought Effort, Losing to Purdue 75-72 | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 23, 2019
The Huskers had just about nothing to play for, but they left it all out on the court Saturday afternoon, coming up just short of the mark, falling to the Purdue Boilermakers 75 to 73. Glynn Watson came to play. In the first half, he hit his first three attempts from beyond the arc to […]
GIRLS DISTRICT BASKETBALL: Pius X Pulls Away From Scrappy Marian In Final Quarter To Win A-1 Title | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 23, 2019
Class A No. 5 Lincoln Pius X looked like from the outset they would be […]
Snow Emergency Parking Ban | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 23, 2019
A snow emergency is in effect for the City of Lincoln.   Parking is banned on […]
More Victims and Suspects Expected to be Identified in Lincoln Sex Trafficking Scheme | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 22, 2019
New information was released Friday regarding the bust of a Lincoln sex trafficking scheme earlier […]
Blizzard Warning Noon Saturday to 3 am Sunday | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 22, 2019
National Weather Service – 1:46 PM CST Fri Feb 22 2019 ..WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON CST SATURDAY… …BLIZZARD WARNING IN EFFECT FROM NOON SATURDAY TO 3 AM CST SUNDAY.. Mixed precipitation through Saturday morning. Blizzard conditions expected Saturday afternoon into...
Coffee With A Cop | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 22, 2019
Here’s your chance to get to know a Lincoln police officer.  LPD has two “Coffee […]
Lincoln Task Force Detective Sargent: Lincoln, Omaha “Essentially One City” When It Comes To Sex-Trafficking | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 22, 2019
A Lincoln Police Department Human Trafficking Task Force attributes cooperation between Lincoln investigators and the FBI office in Omaha as part of the reason two Lincoln residents were arrested this month for sex-trafficking crimes. Detective Sergeant Benjamin Miller says the offices share a close...
Former Officer Arrested for Sexual Assault of a Child | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 22, 2019
The Nebraska State Patrol has arrested a former Fremont police officer over allegations of sexual […]
Gage County Asking (again) For State Help To Pay Beatrice 6 | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 22, 2019
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – A Nebraska lawmaker is looking to help a southeastern county pay […]
Mayoral Candidate Questions Information Campaign Expenses | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 22, 2019
Republican City Councilwoman and candidate for Mayor Cyndi Lamm is questioning the use of taxpayer […]
Gov. Ricketts Responds to Trump’s Abortion Ruling | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 22, 2019
The Trump administration took aim Friday at Planned Parenthood, issuing a rule barring groups that […]
Lincoln Mayor Declares Snow Emergency and Parking Ban | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 22, 2019
Lincoln Mayor Chris Beutler has declared a snow emergency for the City of Lincoln.  Beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, parking is banned on both sides of all emergency snow routes, bus and school routes and other major arterial streets.  For a map of these routes, visit http://snow.lincoln.ne.gov The...
NRD To Add Additional Flood Control Feature | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 22, 2019
Fleming Fields, near 33rd and Leighton, will soon include a Dentention Basin.  It has nothing […]
Miles Apologizes For Millionaire Remark | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 22, 2019
Nebraska men’s basketball coach Tim Miles apologized Thursday for saying he will still be a […]
NWU MEN’S BASKETBALL: Prairie Wolves Hold Off Simpson To Advance To ARC Championship | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 22, 2019
LINCOLN, Neb. – Top-seeded Nebraska Wesleyan jumped out to a 20-point halftime lead then withstood […]
Online Sales Tax Bill Advances Out of Committee | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 22, 2019
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – A bill that would clear the way for Nebraska to collect sales taxes on online purchases has advanced out of a legislative committee. Members of the Revenue Committee voted Thursday to send the measure to the full Legislature. The bill was introduced in the wake of last yea...
American Civil Liberties Union of Nebraska Seeks Class-Action Status For Lawsuit Against Corrections, Appeal Includes Expert Testimony | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 21, 2019
  The American Civil-Liberties Union of Nebraska is hoping a lawsuit brought against the Correction Department alleging overcrowding and poor conditions gains class-action status. Legal Director Amy Miller with the ACLU of Nebraska says her organization consulted six prison experts to help make...
Nebraska Baseball Postponed for Thursday – Will Play a Doubleheader on Friday | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 21, 2019
Sorry Husker baseball fans – Nebraska’s Thursday game against the reigning NCAA champions Oregon State has been postponed to Friday. The Huskers were set to take on the Beavers at two this afternoon, but rainy weather in Surprise, Arizona made playing impossible. Nebraska and Oregon State wi...
Recent Car Thefts In Lincoln, Burglaries In Denton Believed To Be Connected | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 21, 2019
Car thefts are up in Lincoln this year and at least two recent cases could […]
City of Omaha On Trial In Shooting Death of TV Crew Member | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 21, 2019
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – The City of Omaha is on trial in the fatal shooting […]
Omaha Senator Looking to Decriminalize CBD Oil | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 21, 2019
Omaha Senator Justin Wayne is looking to decriminalize the sale and use of cannabidiol in […]
Mayoral Candidate Jeff Kirkpatrick Calls for Snow Removal Policy Change | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 21, 2019
Mayoral candidate Jeff Kirkpatrick is looking to change the snow removal policy throughout Lincoln, particularly […]
Heavy Construction Finished for ALLO | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 21, 2019
ALLO Communications announced Thursday that the heavy construction part of the citywide fiber optic network […]
Omaha is on Trial in Shooting Death of “Cops” Crew Member | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 21, 2019
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – The City of Omaha is on trial in the fatal shooting by police of a television crew member who worked on the law enforcement show “Cops.” The Omaha World-Herald reports that 38-year-old sound technician Bryce Dion was killed in August 2014 when police responded to...
Allo Announces Completion Of Major Construction Of An All-Fiber Network In Lincoln | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 21, 2019
Allo Communications announces completion of major construction of an all-fiber network providing broadband internet, television and phone services to every home and business in Lincoln. ALLO President Brad Moline says at a mayoral news conference that they look forward to transforming how Lincoln re...
Nebraska Basketball Head Coach Tim Miles Apologizes for “Flippant” Remark | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 21, 2019
(AP) — Nebraska coach Tim Miles apologized Thursday for saying he will still be a millionaire if he gets fired. Miles and college basketball writer Jeff Goodman of WatchStadium.com on Sunday discussed how Miles and his family have dealt with speculation about his future next season. The Cornhusker...
State Swimming and Diving Central | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 21, 2019
The NSAA State Swimming and Diving Meet starts Thursday at the Bob Devaney Sports Center […]
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Creighton Snaps Four-Game Losing Streak, Tops DePaul | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 21, 2019
CHICAGO (AP) – Ty-Shon Alexander had 16 points to lead five Creighton players in double […]
KLIN-AM | February 21, 2019
The Nebraska basketball team secured their second consecutive win Saturday night, in a low scoring affair against Northwestern, 59-50. The Huskers held the Wildcats to their second lowest point total of the season. Also, Tim Miles is now 51-5 as head coach of Nebraska when holding opponents under 60...
Open Houses On Sales Tax Ballot Issue | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 21, 2019
The City invites the public to attend four public open houses in every quadrant of […]
Weekend Weather Outlook | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 21, 2019
Light snow is forecast across north-central Nebraska tonight into Friday. A trace to about 3 inches is possible northwest of a line from Columbus to Norfolk to Wayne. Friday through Wednesday A significant winter storm is possible Friday and Saturday, with peak intensity expected Saturday afternoon ...
UNL Professor Cited for Vandalism to Political Signs and Office | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 20, 2019
A University of Nebraska-Lincoln sociology assistant professor was cited Tuesday for vandalizing U.S. Senator Deb […]
Snow Emergency In Lincoln, Crews Out Plowing Roads and Spreading Materials | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 20, 2019
Mayor Chris Beutler has declared a Snow Emergency for Lincoln. Parking is banned on both […]
KLIN-AM | February 20, 2019
A 38 year old University of Nebraska Lincoln. professor is cited this week in connection with politically-charged vandalism in October. Police Officer Angela Sands says that finger print processing lead to the citation of Professor Patricia Wonch-Hill for vandalism in Senator Deb Fischer’s Lin...
Mayoral Term Limits Also Impacts Another City Position | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 20, 2019
Recent voter approved mayoral term limits also affected the future for Lincoln’s Public Safety Director. Tom Casady tells KLIN’s Jack Mitchell on LNK Today that Mayor Beutler had asked him to continue as public safety director if he won re-election.  Casady says he had agreed to do so, ...
One Person in Life-Threatening Condition After I-80 Crash Involving Multiple Semis | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 20, 2019
Eleven vehicles were involved in multiple crashes that occurred this morning on Interstate 80 between […]
Income Tax Bill Introduced to Relieve Property Taxes | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 20, 2019
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – Nebraska business groups are backing a proposal to cut the state’s […]
Class-Action Status Sought for Nebraska Inmates’ Lawsuit | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 20, 2019
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – Lawyers representing 11 Nebraska inmates who sued the state over prison […]
LNK Airport Authority Wants Feedback on Flying Experiences | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 20, 2019
The Lincoln Airport Authority is taking customer feedback on their flying experiences. Airport Director, Dave […]
Nine Semis Involved In Chain Reaction Accidents On I-80 | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 20, 2019
Icy conditions contribute to multiple crashes involving 11 vehicles on I-80 Wednesday  morning. The state patrol says that the chain reaction accidents between Giltner and Aurora involved nine semis and two passenger vehicles. Several people were injured in the accidents with a 29 year old Indiana ...
Senator Sasse Is National Wheat Leader of the Year | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 20, 2019
Nebraska U.S. Senator Ben Sasse is named the National Wheat Leader of the Year, by the National Association of Wheat Growers. Association spokesmen say this is the wheat industry’s top award. In being named Wheat Leader of the Year, Senator Sasse received a customized Wheaties Box. Senator Sas...
Another Winter Storm is Hittting Lincoln | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 19, 2019
Lincoln is under a Winter Storm Warning through 9AM Wednesday. Heavy snow began to fall […]
LFR Asking for Hydrants to be Cleared | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 19, 2019
With snow on the ground from this past weekend and the expectation of more this […]
Snow Emergency Declared – Lincoln Parking Ban Tonight | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 19, 2019
Date: Tuesday, February 19, 2019 Time: 4:30 p.m. Mayor Chris Beutler has declared a snow emergency for the City of Lincoln.  Beginning at 8 p.m., parking is banned on both sides of all emergency snow routes, bus and school routes and other major arterial streets to deliver the most efficient snow p...
Winter Storm Warning – Updated Maps and Possible Weekend Storm | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 19, 2019
A Winter Storm warning is in effect from through 9 am Wednesday.  6 to 8 inches of snow is expected with the heaviest snowfall during the overnight hours.  Travel could be very difficult. The National Weather Service had a media conference call about the storm early Tuesday afternoon and shared up...
Man Arrested for Terroristic Threats in Attempted Robbery | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 19, 2019
Two BB guns, that were first believed to be handguns, were recovered in a reported […]
Family Fight Leads to Strangulation Arrest | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 19, 2019
A brawl at the 21st and K streets U-Stop Monday night led to an arrest […]
Casady Retiring After Years of Service To Lincoln | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 19, 2019
After 45 years of service in law enforcement and to the Lincoln community, Public Safety […]
New West Lincoln Sports Complex Begins Construction | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 19, 2019
Ground was broken this morning on a $10 million sports complex near NW 14th and […]
KLIN-AM | February 19, 2019
ORD, Neb. (AP) – A May trial has been scheduled for a Roman Catholic priest accused of sexually assaulting a woman in central Nebraska. Valley County District Court records say the Rev. John Kakkuzhiyil  entered a written plea of not guilty Monday to a charge of forcible sexual assault. His t...
Public Safety Director Tom Casady Announces He Is Retiring | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 19, 2019
Public Safety Director Tom Casady announces his retirement in a tweet. Casady was appointed public safety director by Mayor Chris Beutler in 2011. He was given responsibility for three city agencies with over 760 employees who provide police, fire, emergency medical services and public safety commun...
Lincoln Women Strangled, Beaten By Brother Over Dislike of Boyfriend | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 19, 2019
Officer Luke Bonkiewicz says police reported to the USTOP a little before 10:30PM Monday night on reports of an assault in progress. Bonkiewicz says after interviewing about around 10 witnesses and reviewing surveillance tape, police were able to gather the confrontation began as a meeting between a...
Lincoln City Street Information | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 19, 2019
Date: Tuesday, February 19, 2019 Time: 9:15 p.m. More than 60 crews will continue plowing and spreading granular salt pre-wet with brine on arterial streets overnight as needed.  Arterial streets are partially to completely snow-covered.  The Mayor has declared a snow emergency for the City of...
Monday Prep Boys Sub-District Basketball Scores | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 19, 2019
Class B Subdistrict B-1 Platteview 68, Nebraska City 28 Plattsmouth 47, Omaha Gross Catholic 42 […]
LPS Closed Wednesday | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 19, 2019
Lincoln Public Schools is canceling school for Wednesday, Feb. 20. A decision to cancel classes in inclement weather is always made in the best interest of safety for our students and staff. Lincoln is under a winter storm warning Tuesday evening into Wednesday with a forecast of new snow accumulat...
NE Priest Pleads Not Guilty To Rape | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 19, 2019
ORD, Neb. (AP) – A May trial has been scheduled for a Roman Catholic priest […]
Nebraska Humiliated in Ugly Defeat, Falling 95-71 to Penn State | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 19, 2019
If the Husker’s season wasn’t already over, it ended Wednesday night. A listless Nebraska team was handed their most lopsided defeat of the season in a nearly empty Bryce Jordan Center. Since they joined the Big 10, Nebraska has only won once on Penn State’s home floor. Penn State had the edge...
Ground Breaking On New Sports Complex | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 19, 2019
Ground will be broken at 11am Tuesday morning on the Lincoln Sports Complex off West […]
Winter Storm Warning Issued:  Updated Details | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 19, 2019
340 AM CST Tue Feb 19 2019 …WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 3 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO 9 AM CST WEDNESDAY… Heavy snow expected is expected across portions of Southeast Nebraska. Total snow accumulations of 6 to 8 inches expected. Travel could be very difficult. The hazardous conditions w...
Body Found Near 33rd and ‘O’ Identified | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 18, 2019
Lincoln Police say they have identified a man found dead near a Starbucks in central […]
Snow Emergency Parking Ban | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 18, 2019
More than 60 crews will continue plowing residential streets and patrolling arterial streets overnight, applying […]
Saturday Prep Basketball Scores | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 18, 2019
BOYS Lincoln East 75, Norfolk 37 Omaha Bryan 71, Lincoln Northeast 58 Omaha South 72, […]
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Jackson Rallies Omaha Past Purdue Fort Wayne | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 18, 2019
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – Zach Jackson scored 27 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Omaha […]
Tuesday Evening into Wednesday Weather Outlook | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 18, 2019
Another potent storm system moving through the region will lead to more snowfall Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday morning. As of now, it appears that anywhere from 3 to 5 inches will be possible across eastern Nebraska. A storm system this weekend may be another significant snow producer mainly S...
Snow Emergency Extended In Lincoln Through Monday Morning | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 18, 2019
  Heavy snowfall over the weekend is prompting the mayor’s office to extend a snow emergency through this morning. More than 60 city crews have been plowing residential streets and patrolled arterial streets overnight, applying granular salt, pre-wet with brine. Major streets are mostly c...
Another Inmate Walks Away From A Minimum Security Facility In Lincoln | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 18, 2019
Another inmate has walked away from a minimum security corrections facility. The Nebraska Department of Corrections says 27-year-old Dominique moody went missing at the Lincoln Community Corrections Center around 4:30 Sunday evening. Law enforcement was notified shortly afterwards. CCC-L is one of t...
New UNL Arts & Sciences Dean Named | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 18, 2019
Mark Button has been named the new dean of the College of Arts and Sciences […]
Medical Emergency Shuts Down Northbound 27th | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 18, 2019
A medical emergency involving a pedestrian shut down northbound 27th street between O and Q […]
Winter Storm Watch Tuesday Afternoon thru Wednesday Morning | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 18, 2019
258 PM CST Mon Feb 18 2019 …WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM TUESDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING… Heavy snow possible. Total snow accumulations of 5 to 7 inches possible across portions of southeast Nebraska including Lincoln and Lancaster County. Plan on slippery road condition...
Another Inmate Missing From Correctional Custody | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 18, 2019
Nebraska Department of Corrections say another inmate has walked away from correctional custody. According to […]
Hallmark Receives Big 10 Player-of-the-Week Honors | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 18, 2019
Jaxon Hallmark has been recognized as the Big Ten’s Player-of-the-Week for his performance against UC Riverside. This past weekend, the sophomore went 8-18 with 10 RBIs. He also scored five runs and had one stolen base. Additionally, Hallmark had to take to the mound, pitching 2/3rds of an inning ...
Snow Emergency Parking Ban Lifted | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 18, 2019
With arterial streets clear and mostly dry, Mayor Chris Beutler lifted the snow emergency parking […]
Human Trafficking Sting Operation Leads to Several Arrests And the Discovery of Numerous Female Victims | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 18, 2019
A human trafficking sting operation leads to several arrests and the discovery of numerous Lincoln woman used in the operation. Officer Angela Sands says that they expect more arrests and believe many more female victims are out there and hope they come forward to police. Officer Sands says police w...
Roby Dominates as Nebraska Defeats Northwestern 59-50, Securing Their Second Straight Win | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 17, 2019
The Nebraska basketball team secured their second consecutive win Saturday night, in a low scoring affair against Northwestern, 59-50. The Huskers held the Wildcats to their second lowest point total of the season. Also, Tim Miles is now 51-5 as head coach of Nebraska when holding opponents under 60...
Strictly Business Magazine | February 17, 2019
2019 Legislative Priorities on Pro-Business Policies In January, the Nebraska Legislature started the 2019 legislative session. Over the next few months, LIBA will be hard at work at the State Capitol building advocating for the following legislative priorities for the benefit of Lincoln businesses:...
Strictly Business Magazine | February 17, 2019
Butterfly Bakery Partners with Capital Cigar Lounge for Valentine’s Day Event Butterfly Bakery and Capital Cigar Lounge are joining forces to offer the ultimate Valentine’s Day getaway for couples and singles alike. The event begins at 7 p.m. at Capital Cigar Lounge, located off of 14th and Old ...
Strictly Business Magazine | February 17, 2019
CEDARS Offers Classes to Local Parents Held at CEDARS (cedarskids.org) Northbridge Community Center, 1533 N. 27th St., “Circle of Security” classes will be offered Monday evenings, 5:30–7 p.m. from February 25 through April 15. The classes are free but pre-registration is required. Childcare i...
Strictly Business Magazine | February 17, 2019
All Pro Heating and Air Conditioning Announces Discount on Diagnostic Fee This month only, All Pro Heating and Air Conditioning (allprolincoln.com) is offering a special discount promotion on their diagnostic fee. For only $49.00, All Pro will send one of their professionals to inspect your entire H...
Strictly Business Magazine | February 17, 2019
Legacy Retirement Communities Names Renee Pickerel Executive Director Legacy Retirement Communities (www.legacyretirement.com) recently named Renee Pickerel as executive director of Legacy Arbors Memory Care. Pickerel is originally from Fullerton, NE and studied business at Grand Island School of Bu...
Strictly Business Magazine | February 17, 2019
Community Health Charities of Nebraska to Change Name, Launch Rebrand Campaign Effective July 1, Community Health Charities of Nebraska (www.chcne.org) will change its name back to its original name, CHAD (Combined Health Agencies Drive). “This opportunity lets us revert back to being a totally lo...
Strictly Business Magazine | February 17, 2019
Virtual C Adds Samantha Karg as Event Director for Collaboration Center Virtual C (www.virtualc.biz) is pleased to announce the addition of Samantha Karg as event director for the Virtual C Collaboration Center. Samantha has various backgrounds within the hospitality industry, including a position w...
Strictly Business Magazine | February 17, 2019
Apartment Association Announces Launch of Nebraska Maintenance Academy The Apartment Association of Nebraska (AAN; www.aaneb.org) has announced the launch of the Nebraska Maintenance Academy (NMA). The first session of this groundbreaking program is scheduled to launch on February 4 at the Omaha AAN...
Strictly Business Magazine | February 17, 2019
Perry Reid Construction Makes Headway on Primrose School Project Perry Reid Construction (PRC; buildprc.com) was selected as the general contractor for the construction of Primrose Schools of Lincoln at Wilderness Hills. Primrose Schools is a national system of accredited private preschools that pro...
Strictly Business Magazine | February 17, 2019
City Impact to Host Scheels Gym & Fitness Center Grand Opening this Month City Impact (cityimpact.org) is excited to announce the grand opening of their Scheels Gym & Fitness Center this month. The exact date is still to be determined, so the community is encouraged to follow City Impact onl...
Gomes, Waldron Put on a Clinic Against UC Riverside in a 7-1 Win to Seal the Series Victory | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 17, 2019
Nebraska took down UC Riverside 7-1 on Sunday, completing their 3-1 opening series victory against the Highlanders. In total, the Huskers scored 47 runs on the weekend. Freshman Aaron Palensky opened up the scoring for NU in the top of the first, slapping a base hit into the outfield to drive in Ang...
Teen Accused Of Pulling Weapon On Another Student | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 16, 2019
A teen has been referred to the Lancaster County Attorney’s Office for terroristic threats and […]
Fifth Case of Rare AFM Diagnosed in Douglas County | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 16, 2019
State health officials say a fifth case of a rare, polio-like illness has been confirmed […]
Post-Winter Storm Street Conditions | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 16, 2019
Plowing operations have been complete, with this recent winter storm. There have been twenty-three City […]
Community Blood Bank in Need of Donations | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 16, 2019
More and more, snowy streets and slow-moving traffic are a common sight in Lincoln. And […]
Healthiest Housing Markets in NE | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 15, 2019
SmartAsset, a New York based financial technology company, has released its fifth study on the healthiest […]
Sheriff’s Deputy Arrested for Sexual Assault | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 15, 2019
Seward County Sheriff’s Deputy Nick Bridgmon was arrested on Friday for first degree sexual assault. […]
Farm Income Still Lagging, But Solid Economic Growth Expected In NE | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 15, 2019
Nebraska’s economy will continue to grow, though lagging farm income — due to tariffs and […]
Omaha Shooter Dead By Self-Inflicted Wound | KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM
KFOR FM 103.3 1240 AM | February 15, 2019
KFOR news media partner 10/11 reports a man who shot his way into Uta Halee […]
Different Votes From Nebraska’s Two U.S. Senators On Federal Budget Bill | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 15, 2019
Nebraska’s two Republican U.S. Senators voted very differently on on the federal spending border security proposal. Senator Deb Fischer says the bill she voted for keeps the government open and provides an historic almost $23 billion in investment for border security and construction. However,...
Two Flu Deaths Reported In Nebraska | KLIN-AM
KLIN-AM | February 15, 2019
Two recent deaths are being reported from the flu in Nebraska. A child and a 51-year old Douglas County sheriff’s deputy have died from complications of the flu. 51-year-old Deputy Dave Wintle died yesterday morning at an Omaha hospital. Officials say the 29-year veteran of the department expe...