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U.S.-Canada Trade Talks Break up Without Deal

Canada’s top trade negotiator is expressing confidence that Canada can reach a deal with the United States on a revamped North American trade agreement that could please all sides. Nebraska Farm Bureau President Steve Nelson tells KLIN News that he is hopeful this is just a pause…because Canada is a very important trading partner for…read more »

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Huskers Sweep Ohio in Ameritas Players Challenge

The Nebraska volleyball team easily dispatched of Ohio in a sweep Friday afternoon in the 2018 Ameritas Players challenge. Close to 5,000 fans packed into the Bob Devaney Sports Center to watch John Cook’s squad outmatch Ohio in speed and physicality, leading to a rout that saw the Bobcats fall to 1-3 on the season.…read more »

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LFR Receives Grand For Additional Firefighters

Lincoln Fire and Rescue is receiving a federal grant to help pay for 15 additional firefighters/paramedics. Mayor Beutler says the added personnel will help staff the new fire stations slated to open in 2019 and 2020 and will augment staffing in areas experiencing the highest frequency of fires and other emergency incidents.  Beutler says other…read more »

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Las Vegas Murder Suspect Arrested In Lincoln

A 32-year old Las Vegas murder suspect was arrested in Lincoln early this morning. Officer Angela Sands says Lincoln Police were notified that the suspect was riding a Greyhound Bus that would be stopping in Lincoln a little after 5 Thursday morning.  The Police Swat Team was at the bus stop on Superior and arrested…read more »

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West Nile Virus Cases Reported In Lancaster County

Six cases of West Nile Virus are reported in Lancaster County over the past few weeks. Those afflicted range in age from 28 to 64 years old. People can be infected with the virus after being bitten by a mosquito carrying the virus. The Lincoln Lancaster County Health Department is urging resident to avoid mosquito…read more »

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Lincoln Man Was Electrocuted As He Trimmed His Trees

A 36-year old Lincoln man was electrocuted as he tried to trim limbs from a tree in his yard near 39th and Sewell Wednesday afternoon. He was trying to retrieve one of the limbs that had fallen on a power line when he was electrocuted. The deceased man was rescued from the tree by Lincoln…read more »