- Nebraskan convicted of 3 separate killings dies in prison Updated: May-06-15 7:28 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A man who was convicted of three separate killings has died at the Nebraska State Penitentiary in Lincoln.
- Lincoln voters give Democrat 4 more years as mayor Updated: May-06-15 6:50 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Lincoln voters have awarded Democrat Chris Beutler his third four-year term as mayor, but he'll have to contend with a City Council majority of Republicans.
- Lincoln woman sues 'Inconsiderate Battery Guy' after injury Updated: May-05-15 4:14 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A Lincoln woman is suing a man she's dubbed "Inconsiderate Battery Guy" after she tripped over a vehicle battery in a check-out lane and broke an elbow.
- Agreement reached on aid for Nebraska families, despite veto Updated: May-04-15 9:31 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts says he has reached a compromise with a state senator over a proposed increase in government aid for low-income families.
- Prison inmate dies while serving time for robbery conviction Updated: May-04-15 5:10 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Officials say an inmate at the Nebraska State Penitentiary died last month.
- Lincoln motocross park hopes to turn financial corner Updated: May-04-15 3:11 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Organizers of a struggling Lincoln motocross park hope that a possible $222,000 grant and increasing daily ridership will put it on track to generate profits.
- Lincoln police officer cleared in fatal dog shooting Updated: May-03-15 5:52 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Lincoln police said the officer who fatally shot a dog charging at him in March didn't violate the department's rules.
- Minimum wage cut? Nebraska teens say they need the money Updated: May-03-15 9:19 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - When Nebraska lawmakers debate whether to allow student workers to be paid a lower minimum wage, much of the talk is about how learning a work ethic is more important for teenagers than the actual money they're paid.
- Lincoln's gas-trapping project brings cash in to city Updated: May-02-15 5:31 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A landfill project built by the city of Lincoln and its public power utility to capture greenhouse gases and use them for energy has brought in some cash for the city.
- UNL to open Student Veterans Resource Center in fall Updated: May-02-15 5:05 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's student military veteran population will soon have a center dedicated to supporting them with all aspects of university life.
- Ex-Huskers RB Scott Baldwin dies; '92 shooting paralyzed him Updated: Apr-30-15 10:59 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Scott Baldwin, whose promising career at Nebraska in the early 1990s ended because of injuries and his battles with mental illness, has died.
- Lincoln man accused of breaking officer's thumb in struggle Updated: Apr-30-15 6:38 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Police say a Lincoln man has been accused of breaking an officer's them during a mental health check.
- Hearing held in Nebraska lawsuit over immigrant licenses Updated: Apr-30-15 5:10 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A judge has heard arguments in a lawsuit that three young immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children have filed against the state of Nebraska, which refuses to issue them driver's licenses.
- Ribbons around ash trees warn of invasive insect's arrival Updated: Apr-30-15 12:01 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Bright green ribbons tied around more than 200 ash trees provide a visual example of how Lincoln could be affected by the emerald ash borer.
- City of Lincoln threatens legal action against K2 sellers Updated: Apr-30-15 11:59 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - The city of Lincoln is threatening legal action against stores that sell synthetic marijuana unless they agree to stop carrying the product.
- Gov. Ricketts vetoes proposed aid increase for families Updated: Apr-30-15 10:01 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Gov. Pete Ricketts has vetoed a proposed increase in government aid for low-income families, calling it well-intentioned but unsustainable.
- 2006 lawsuit focus of State Patrol confirmation hearing Updated: Apr-29-15 9:29 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - The man Gov. Pete Ricketts nominated to lead the Nebraska State Patrol refuted allegations Wednesday that an interview panel he was part of discriminated against a female trooper who was awarded damages eight years ago in a lawsuit against the agency.
- Lincoln man convicted of dismembering wife, hiding remains Updated: Apr-29-15 7:47 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A Lincoln man has entered a plea to killing his wife, dismembering her body and hiding her remains in a storage shed.
- Nebraska man gets 8-12 years for injuring boy in hit-and-run Updated: Apr-29-15 12:26 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A 24-year-old man has been given eight to 12 years in prison for injuring an 11-year-old Lincoln boy in a hit-and-run accident.
- Lawmakers advance tax breaks for Nebraska zoos, aquariums Updated: Apr-28-15 7:27 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Nebraska zoos are one step closer to getting a tax break, although some lawmakers continue to criticize the measure as a snub to residents to whom they've promised property tax relief.
- Man gets prison in Nebraska for over $400K of drug money Updated: Apr-28-15 3:56 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A man was sentenced in Lincoln to up to three years in prison following a traffic stop that turned up more than $400,000 last year.
- Today in Nebraska-May Updated: Apr-28-15 12:35 pm
- Rash of K2 overdoses in Nebraska prompts legislative study Updated: Apr-28-15 10:34 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A Nebraska senator is calling for further investigation of synthetic marijuana following a recent rash of overdose cases in Lincoln.
- Student accused of theft from UNL fraternity Updated: Apr-25-15 1:49 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A 20-year-old University of Nebraska-Lincoln student is accused of taking nearly $9,000 from the fraternity for which he served as treasurer.
- April recognized as child abuse prevention month in Nebraska Updated: Apr-25-15 5:04 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Nebraska advocates are hosting a series of April events and have unveiled a website in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month.