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About: lincoln, nebraska

Formerly the township of Lancaster, Lincoln was renamed after the Civil War and became not only the capital but also the home to the University of Nebraska. The state and the University dominate the local employment market and the city is consistently named one of the best cities to live in the country.

Population: 258379
Local Newspapers: Lincoln News Papers
Local Sports Teams: Nebraska Cornhuskers
Local Colleges: University of Nebraska Union College Southeast Community College

Zip Codes associated with lincoln, nebraska: 68336 68430 68502 68503 68504 68505 68506 68507 68508 68510 68512 68514 68516 68517 68520 68521 68522 68523 68524 68526 68528
Towns/Cities near lincoln, nebraska : Waverly Bennet Hickman Crete Malcolm Greenwood

Lincoln News
Huskers Fall Short in Rally Attempt Against Omaha

Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska's rally attempt fell short against Omaha at Hawks Field on Wednesday night, as the Huskers dropped an 8-7 decision to the Mavericks.

String of Neighborhood Burglaries

A neighborhood tucked between Pioneers Blvd and Calvert near 44th Street in South Lincoln is nervous. There have been at least 3 burglaries lately.

Georgia Driver Busted on I-80 for 100lbs of Marijuana

Nebraska State Patrol Troopers seized more than 100 pounds of marijuana in a traffic stop near the I-80 and Highway 77 interchange in West Lincoln. 32-year-old Tzeghai Sayetu-Hazell of East Point, Georgia was pulled over Monday morning for driving too close to the vehicle in front of him.

Seward Man Sentenced for Stealing from Cornhusker Shooting Stars

Court records say 38-year-old Levi East was sentenced Friday to two to four years, with credit for one day already served in custody. He'd pleaded no contest to felony theft.

City Council Chair Objects to JPA for School Security

Mayor Beutler wants a Joint Public Agency to raise taxes for money to pay for more security in Lincoln's public schools. City Council chair, Roy Christensen tells KFOR NEWS he's not a fan of a JPA.

Resource Officers, Threat Assessment Addressed In Super Commons Meeting

LPS security director Joe Wright and Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister speak during a super commons meeting about school safety on Monday, April 16, 2018. All too often after a school shooting, it's discovered that signs of student distress were missed by educators, law enforcement and counselors that, had there been intervention, perhaps a shooting tragedy could be prevented.

Stoneman Douglas student keeps promise of prom date in Nebraska

Fidan Ibrahimova told the Lincoln Journal Star that she liked what Kyle Kashuv said after the Feb. 14 attack, citing his thoughts on preventing gun violence without infringing on gun rights. So the Lincoln Southeast High School senior sent him a message asking how many retweets she would need to get him to be her prom date.

Arrest Warrant Issued In Connection To March 26 Homicide

Scene of the March 26, 2018 shooting death of 22-year-old Edgar Union, Junior near 47th and Stockwell. Photo by Deb Swanson, Alpha Media An arrest warrant has been issued in connection to the shooting death of 22-year-old Edgar Union, Jr., which occurred March 26 outside a home near 47th and Stockwell.

Mother of former prison guard accused of tossing evidence

Court records say 41-year-old Jacinda Miller, of Oshkosh, is charged with felony evidence tampering.

Lincoln school district aims to diversify teaching workforce

The Lincoln Journal Star reports that the district's multicultural administrator Thomas Christie hosted an annual workshop Friday for about 60 students of different races to learn about becoming educators.

Another NE Earthquake

Federal authorities say another mild earthquake has occurred under central Nebraska. The U.S. Geological Survey says the latest occurred around 6:40 p.m. Sunday about 3 miles under the surface 20 miles east-southeast of Stapleton, not far from Arnold.

Lincoln Street Condition Update

Beginning at noon today, 20 City crews will pre-treat emergency snow routes, arterial streets and bridges with granular salt pre-wet with brine. The application is expected to be completed after 8 p.m. and crews will remain on patrol to monitor street conditions.

Arrests Made In College View Homicide

The investigation into the death of 22-year-old Edgar Union Jr. led to the arrest of two 17-year-olds on Thursday evening. Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister issued a statement Friday night saying that both had been present during the shooting incident, which took place in the 3800 block of South 47th Street on March 26. Both were arrested on charges of being accessories to second-degree murder.

New Medical System Launched

Governor Pete Ricketts signed LB 1119 Friday. The bill creates a Direct Primary Care pilot program to be offered to State of Nebraska employees.

Two more arrested in copper burglary cases

Thursday morning, surveillance confirmed both suspects had entered a hole in the perimeter fence around the facility at 4611 W Adams Street. Both men entered the business and officers surrounded the building.

Why Clergy Are Working Together in San Antonio for Affordable Housing

An initiative in San Antonio has brought together clergy from different faiths to find a solution for affordable housing in a city where 19 percent of residents live at or below the poverty line. "It gives us something specific to work toward and we hope that as a result of one effort relationships will develop and something more significant will grow out of it in terms of interaction among clergy," said Rabbi Samuel Stahl, who convened the interfaith group, the first of its kind in what is hoped will be a multiple city effort.

30 Rock star helps debut Lincoln's new comedy club

"We had a good meal out and then we're here to have some good belly laughs, so it's a good thing to do," said Janet Wendland of Lincoln. "I really hope people get out and support it because it's pretty awesome that they're trying it."

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