The Lincoln Children’s Zoo proposal to expand into nearby park land is getting careful scrutiny from the city's Parks and Recreation Advisory Board.
Matt Farniok, 6-5 and 310 pounds, has much in common with an offensive lineman who's already verbally committed to Nebraska, Steven M. Sipple writes.
Eastern Nebraska residents should brace themselves for a rare invasion in late May and early June.
It was November 1944 when Lester Arasmith first killed another human.
The former Sports Courts fitness center, which has been vacant for more than three years, will once again host exercisers and swimmers.
Seniors across Lincoln graduated from LPS schools today. Check out the best photos from the ceremonies.
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Lincoln Police say vandals damaged several cars Saturday evening into Sunday morning in the Colonial Hills neighborhood.
Memorial Day Weekend is the traditional, unofficial kickoff for summer travel. And while the weekend is filled with spending time with families outside and barbecues, it is also a solemn time to remember those who died while serving our country.
It seems no one’s on the same page when it comes to K2 in Nebraska.
A fire sent three people in the Witherbee neighborhood to the hospital early Sunday morning.
People are talking about a salmonella outbreak, a relief pitcher caught red-handed and the shutting down of the Eiffel Tower.
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Lincoln Police are investigating a theft that occurred at the Red Clover Market this week.
Lincoln's rain gauge is set to overflow in a May milestone.
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The total student debt in the U.S. is increasing at a rate of $2,853.88 per second. Watch the total rise and compare it to other household debts, including auto loans and credit card debt.
When the dispute with regional electric utilities began more than 10 years ago over rates charged to deliver coal to the Laramie River Station, the railroad was still known as the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway.
Check out the most expensive houses on the market in Lincoln, as well as what amenities they offer.
The building on the southwest corner of Sixth and Dewey in downtown North Platte has two very interesting pyramidlike structures on its roof that are prominent in both old and new photos. Is it possible there is a connection to one of Lincoln County’s first settlers and could it be one of th…