- Nebraska tightening security for Friday game against Iowa Updated: Nov-24-15 6:48 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is adjusting its security measures at Memorial Stadium for the football game against Iowa on Friday.
- Police offer update on alleged rape at Husker players' home Updated: Nov-24-15 4:00 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Authorities in Lincoln will provide an update on their investigation of an alleged rape that happened at the home where Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong and receiver Jordan Westerkamp live.
- Lincoln vigil held to welcome Syrian refugees to Nebraska Updated: Nov-24-15 1:30 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A candlelight vigil has been held for Syrian refugees in downtown Lincoln a week after Gov. Pete Ricketts joined other Republican governors expressing concern over federal screening of Syrian refugees who want to enter the United States.
- Campus alerted after cameras show what looked like armed men Updated: Nov-24-15 9:54 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - The University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus community was alerted to possible danger after security cameras showed what looked like two armed men in a campus parking garage.
- University of Nebraska president looks to deal with racism Updated: Nov-23-15 1:53 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - The president of the University of Nebraska system is working to deal with racism on campus and improve the college experience for all students.
- EXCHANGE: Lincoln Elementary School celebrates 50 years Updated: Nov-23-15 9:50 am
MORTON, Illinois - SpaghettiOs and Pop-Tarts were introduced to the world in 1965. So was Lincoln Elementary School.
- Recent editorials published in Nebraska newspapers Updated: Nov-23-15 9:01 am
Omaha World-Herald. Nov. 20, 2015
- Supporters of Syrian refugees to gather in Lincoln Updated: Nov-22-15 11:01 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Advocates for Syrian refugees are planning a candlelight vigil in to show support for people who are fleeing persecution.
- Lincoln power utility plans to update solar power rates Updated: Nov-21-15 4:44 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A company interested in using solar power has Lincoln's electric utility planning to update the rates it will pay for solar-produced surplus electricity.
- Lincoln woman gets prison buying cars with stolen checks Updated: Nov-21-15 2:11 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A 26-year-old Lincoln woman has been sentenced to up to eight years in prison for using stolen checks to buy two cars.
- Nebraska jobless rate holds steady at 2.9 percent in October Updated: Nov-20-15 12:03 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Nebraska's unemployment rate remained at 2.9 percent in October and was the second-lowest state rate in the nation, according to a report issued Friday.
- Nebraska commission sends 3 judicial nominees to Ricketts Updated: Nov-20-15 10:48 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A state commission has chosen three nominees for a judicial vacancy in eastern Nebraska.
- Lincoln man gets 60 to 120 years in prison in fatal shooting Updated: Nov-20-15 6:16 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A Lincoln man who pleaded guilty to manslaughter last month has been sentenced to 60 to 120 years in prison.
- Nebraska Supreme Court justice to retire in January Updated: Nov-19-15 9:24 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Nebraska Supreme Court Justice Michael McCormack is set to retire after 18 years of service.
- UNL students launch campaign focused on Whiteclay problems Updated: Nov-19-15 8:39 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A group of University of Nebraska-Lincoln students has launched a campaign to raise awareness about beer sales in Whiteclay, a Nebraska town on the border of an officially dry South Dakota Indian reservation.
- Nebraska Army National Guard to retrain soldiers in overhaul Updated: Nov-17-15 6:15 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - The Nebraska Army National Guard is planning to offer new training and job opportunities to soldiers as it launches its biggest overhaul of services in 20 years, Gov. Pete Ricketts announced Tuesday.
- Lincoln on track to be homicide-free in 2015 Updated: Nov-15-15 10:12 am
OMAHA, Nebraska - In a year that has seen cities across the country reporting a spike in violent crimes and homicides, Nebraska's capital city of Lincoln finds itself in the rare position of experiencing no homicides so far this year.
- Speech will detail efforts to save black-footed ferrets Updated: Nov-15-15 5:01 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor who was part of the effort to save black-footed ferrets from extinction will talk about the animal's recovery this coming week.
- Police: Lincoln man shoots himself with gun he found Updated: Nov-13-15 3:23 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Authorities say a Lincoln man is recovering from injuries sustained when he shot himself with a gun he found.
- Southeast Nebraska crash victim's name released Updated: Nov-13-15 12:51 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Officials have released the name of an 18-year-old high school student who was killed in a collision near Bennet in southeast Nebraska.
- Students to use social media to fight Nebraska campus racism Updated: Nov-12-15 3:12 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Two students are planning to use social media to start a conversation about racism at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and on apps students download to their phones.
- 4 schools propose policy for transgender students in sports Updated: Nov-12-15 3:05 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Four parochial schools in the Nebraska School Activities Association have introduced a proposal on how schools should handle the participation of transgender students in sports.
- Judge letting ex-TierOne CEO spend winter in Florida Updated: Nov-12-15 12:18 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A federal judge will let a former Nebraska banker convicted of fraud to spend some winter weeks in Florida while awaiting sentencing.
- Lancaster County approves more stringent wind turbine rules Updated: Nov-11-15 2:45 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Lancaster County commissioners have approved more stringent regulations for wind turbines in the county.
- Voters pass $11.4M bond measure for school buildings update Updated: Nov-11-15 8:22 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Voters in a Nebraska school district have passed an $11.4 million bond issue to renovate and add onto two schools.