Author Archives: William Padmore

Lincoln Police Looking For Subway Bandit(s)

Lincoln Police Looking For Subway Bandit(s)

Lincoln Police are looking for a suspect or suspects believed to have robbed four different Subway restaurants early yesterday morning. Officer Angela Sands says windows were shattered and registers robbed at the Subways at 5533 NW 1st St., 2501 NW 12th St., 5335 O St., and 201 Sun Valley Boulevard. Police believe it could be…Read more »

LSO Deputies Catch Burglar, Retrieve Stolen Purse

LSO Deputies Catch Burglar, Retrieve Stolen Purse

Attentive Lancaster Sheriff’s Deputies help stop a burglar and retrieve a women’s stolen purse. Lincoln Police officer Angela Sands says police were dispatched to a residence in the Airpark area around 4:30 Tuesday after receiving a burglary call. “A 35-year-old women reported she heard something in her kitchen so she went to check. There was…Read more »

Partial Ceiling Collapse Injures One In South Lincoln

Partial Ceiling Collapse Injures One In South Lincoln

One person has been injured after a partial ceiling collapse at the Nebraska Animal Medical and Emergency Center in south Lincoln. Officer Angela Sands tells KLIN News emergency crews responded to the veterinary clinic, located near 57th and Old Cheney, a little after 9:30 a.m. Monday morning. She also says the one reported injured person…Read more »

Nebraska Health Officials: Woman Dies From West Nile Virus

Nebraska Health Officials: Woman Dies From West Nile Virus

O’NEILL, Neb. (AP) — State health officials have confirmed the death of a woman in northern Nebraska from West Nile virus. Television station KSNB reports that the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services confirmed the death in May from the state’s North Central Health Department. That department covers Antelope, Boyd, Brown, Cherry, Holt, Keya…Read more »

Nebraska Schools Could See New Debate Over Indian Mascots

Nebraska Schools Could See New Debate Over Indian Mascots

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Could several established school mascots be on the chopping block? Nebraska schools with Native American mascots could see a new debate over their team names and logos if some state officials have their way, but quick action seems unlikely. Members of the Legislature’s State-Tribal Relations Committee are looking into whether Nebraska…Read more »

69-Year-Old Cyclist Hit By Pickup In South Lincoln

69-Year-Old Cyclist Hit By Pickup In South Lincoln

A 69-year-old bicyclist is recovering from life-threatening injuries after being hit by a pickup truck in South Lincoln. Lincoln Police Sergeant Steven Weise tells KLIN News, officers received a call a little before 7PM yesterday evening of a westbound bike vs. truck accident near Pioneers Boulevard and South Folsom. Weise says the 48-year-old driver told…Read more »

Air Force Jet Makes Emergency Landing In Nebraska After Fire

Air Force Jet Makes Emergency Landing In Nebraska After Fire

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Authorities say an engine fire caused a U.S. Air Force jet to make an emergency landing at an airport in Nebraska. The four-engine airborne warning and control system plane touched down around 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Lincoln Airport. Lincoln Fire & Rescue Battalion Chief Dave Engler says the six people on…Read more »

Woman In Nebraska Dies When Her Vehicle Is Swept By Flooding

Woman In Nebraska Dies When Her Vehicle Is Swept By Flooding

HASTINGS, Neb. (AP) — Authorities in south-central Nebraska say flooding there has claimed the life of a woman. The Dawson County Sheriff’s Office says 46-year-old Shelly Masoner, of Eustis, died Wednesday from injuries she received Tuesday when her vehicle was caught in moving water on Highway 21 and was swept away. Masoner’s is the first death…Read more »