Author Archives: William Padmore

Victim Identified in Fatal I-80 Crash

Victim Identified in Fatal I-80 Crash

A victim of has been identified in the fatal car accident on I-80 Sunday morning in Lincoln. Police say 22-year-old Lourdes Bautista of Crete was driving westbound on I-80, near mile marker 400, when she struck the concrete barrier in the median and went down an embankment. Lourdes was pronounced dead at the scene and…Read more »

Man Accused of Murdering Sidney Loofe Given Court Date, Computer

Man Accused of Murdering Sidney Loofe Given Court Date, Computer

The man accused of killing Lincoln resident Sidney Loofe and scattering her dismembered remains across Clay County last November gets a court date and a computer. Appearing in Saline County District Court yesterday, 52-year-old Aubrey Trail was assigned a June 17th, 2019 court date. The judge also granted Trail a laptop to look over evidence…Read more »

11 Year-Old Lincoln Girl Killed in Missouri Rollover Accident; Two Siblings Ejected With Serious Injuries

11 Year-Old Lincoln Girl Killed in Missouri Rollover Accident; Two Siblings Ejected With Serious Injuries

An eleven year old Lincoln girl has been killed and two others are in critical condition following rollover accident on a Missouri highway . Reports say around 12:30 Tuesday night 40-Year-old Maria Borland of Lincoln was driving with her seven children to an amusement park when she veered off road, over-corrected and lost control, causing…Read more »

Railyard Granted Alcohol Expansion Permit For Homecoming Game

Railyard Granted Alcohol Expansion Permit For Homecoming Game

The Railyard will get its desired expanded alcohol permit, but only for the upcoming homecoming game against Purdue. In a narrow 4-3 vote, the Lincoln City Council voted to expand the Railyards alcohol permit to Canopy Street for the September 29th game. The Railyard has allowed for drinking on Canopy Street in the past, but…Read more »

Nebraska Task Force One Continues Rescue Operations In North Carolina as Flooding Persists

Nebraska Task Force One Continues Rescue Operations In North Carolina as Flooding Persists

Rescue operations continue for Nebraska Task Force One as North Carolina flood waters continue to rise. Task Force Chief Brad Thavanet says the members, now stationed in Hope Mills, North Carolina, have been very active. “They just keep going, “says Thavenet, saying members were “basically leapfrogging” from call to call as they’ve been dispatched. In…Read more »

Railyard Businesses Seek Expansion To Alcohol Permit

Railyard Businesses Seek Expansion To Alcohol Permit

The Lincoln City Council will hold a hearing tonight to decide whether the Railyard will get an expanded liquor license to cover Canopy Street. At the moment, alcohol can only be consumed inside the gates of the Railyard, but Railyard businesses want to push those boundaries. Channel 8 reports that, if the Railyard is granted…Read more »