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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
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Nebraska preliminary jobless rate 3.2 percent in February

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Nebraska Falls to Big Ten Opponent, Minnesota

Lincoln, Neb .-- The Nebraska men's tennis team took on Big Ten opponent Minnesota at home at the Dillon Tennis Center on Friday night. The Huskers played a tough match but fell 7-0.

Trump's Keystone XL decision sets up new fight in Nebraska

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Lincoln City Libraries to Host Poetry Reading, Book Launch April 2

Lincoln City Libraries' Heritage Room of Nebraska Authors will host the book launch of "Nebraska Poetry: A Sesquicentennial Anthology, 1867-2017" Sunday, April 2. The free program begins at 2 p.m. in the fourth-floor auditorium of Bennett Martin Public Library, 136 S. 14th Street. The program is part of the John H. Ames Reading Series, which showcases Nebraska authors reading their own works.

Non-profits fighting State, Federal Budget Cuts

Many Non profit groups are fighting back against cuts proposed in both the State and Federal Budgets. One item targeted for cuts in the Nebraska budget is the low income child care subsidy.

Multiyear Warlick Construction Project Begins Monday

A big traffic headache starts Monday for people driving in southwest Lincoln. The state begins an $8 million repair project on Warlick Boulevard, which is expected to be completed next year.

Lincoln Having a Hard Time Keeping Millennials

Unlike other age groups, Millennials aren't staying in Lincoln. A Denver CEO who moved his business to Lincoln says adults 20-to-29 years of age are making a mistake.

City Audit Results Show No Areas of Concern

Mayor Chris Beutler today announced that the recently completed audit of the City's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the 2015-16 fiscal year found no areas of concern. City Finance Director Brandon Kauffman said it was remarkable for a City the size of Lincoln to have no audit "findings," or suggested adjustments.

Separation of Yard Waste Begins April 1

Beginning Saturday, April 1, Lincoln waste haulers will collect grass and leaves separately from household trash. State law requires that grass and leaves be separated from household trash from April 1 until December 1. Residents who subscribe to separate yard waste collection must begin to separate grass and leaves from their household trash after their last waste collection in March.

Aging Partners Invites the Public to Active Age Fair April 13

Aging Partners invites senior citizens and the public to the Active Age Fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, April 13 at the Belmont Senior Center, 1234 Judson St. The event will showcase services and other opportunities available at the Lincoln and Lancaster County senior centers. No event registration is required, but lunch reservations must be made by Tuesday, April 11 by calling 402-441-7990.

Lincoln launches open data website

Mayor Chris Beutler today launched OpenData.lincoln.ne.gov, a new website to give the public better access to City data and information on performance management. He said the Open Data and Performance Management website is a first step in implementing a resolution on open data unanimously passed by the City Council last summer.

Upcoming Seminars about Emerald Ash Borer

In 2016, Emerald Ash Borer was confirmed in Omaha and Greenwood. All ash tree species will be at risk of attack by this insect as EAB spreads.

Proposed Bill Takes Aim At Lobyists

Capitol of Nebraska, Lincoln. The building was designed by Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue and constructed between 1922 and 1932.

Nine Nebraska Gymnasts Named Academic All-Big Ten

Danielle Breen , Kelli Chung , Sienna Crouse , Megan Kuo , Jennie Laeng , Ashley Lambert , Megan Schweihofer , Kami Shows and Grace Williams each earned Academic All-Big Ten honors for the 2017 season. The nine honorees is tied for the second-highest total in the conference and gives NU 183 total academic all-conference members in program history and 47 since joining the Big Ten before the 2012 season.

Death penalty debate returns

On November 8th a majority of Nebraskan's voted to bring the death penalty back, but some state senators disagreed. "If the argument that a majority of the people don't like something therefore the legislature shouldn't do it, than throw out all the taxes.

Bob Brown Eager to Share Thoughts on Radio Tonight

"I am humbled by my selection into the University of Nebraska Athletics Hall of Fame today, and I am very excited to be in Lincoln with the other honorees in October," said Bob Brown , one of only three players in Nebraska football history "To be honored like this, I can't help but think back to a wide-assed kid out of Cleveland who stepped foot into Lincoln, Nebraska, in 1960 to begin a journey that was absolutely fantastic from the minute I got there to now," Brown told me Wednesday from his home in Oakland, Calif. "I had the privilege to meet Shawn when Nebraska came to California to play at San Jose State," Brown said, "It was exciting to hear Shawn's voice this morning.

Shelter dog rescued from abuse gets job in airport customs department

The fatal stabbing of a 66-year-old man in New York City Monday night is being investigated as a bias crime, according to police.Authorities said they have a 28-... -- Four people are dead and at least 20 are injured from an attack in London Wednesday that authorities have declared a terrorist incident. A police officer and the m... LINCOLN, NE - The Nebraska Grain Sorghum Producers Association's annual appreciation banquet was the setting for presentation of the annual service awards given by the NeG... Bakersfield, Calif.

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