Nebraska Attorney General Lists Tips and Tricks To Avoid Robocalls

It was revealed in a nationwide study by the YouMail Robocall Index that Lincoln saw the biggest jump in robo-calls of cities surveyed for the month of April at 155%. Attorney General Doug Peterson says there are ways to prevent the robot scourge from annoying you in the middle of the day: Register your phone…read more »


LPD Investigating Multiple Car Break-Ins

Lincoln police are investigating a large number of car break-ins in the Sunrise Hills neighborhood that police believed all happened in one night. Officer Chassidy Jackson-Goodwin says police discovered the break-ins after someone reported an unconscious man in his 20’s laying on the sidewalk at 98th St. and Moonlight Dr. Wednesday morning a little after…read more »

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Primary Voter Turnout Lower Than Expected

Secretary of State John Gale says based on preliminary totals, turnout was under the national average of 25%. Gale notes provisional ballots are still being counted, and totals aren’t official until their canvassed, but its unlikely turnout will reach the projected 28% . Gale says it disappointing that despite there being several highly contested elections,…read more »


Golf Cart Accident Critically Injures Lincoln Man

A 41-year old Lincoln man is in the hospital with critical injuries after falling from a golf cart west of Lincoln. Tony Young was riding on the back of the golf cart that was being driven by his employer on his yard on West Remington when it flipped, throwing Young off the cart and injuring…read more »


Thieves Escape with Electronics and Jewelry in Home Invasion

A 27-year Lincoln woman awoke to find three to four white males wearing ski masks and dark clothing in her home on the 5200 block of West Kingsley Street. Police believe they made entry by prying open one of the doors. Thieves fled with her cell phone and various electronics and some jewelry. The loss…read more »


Nebraska tennis, golf coaches not returning according to A.D. Bill Moos

Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos announced Wednesday that men’s golf head coach Bill Spangler and men’s tennis head coach Kerry McDermott will not return following the expiration of their contracts this summer. “I would like to thank Coach Spangler and Coach McDermott for their dedicated years of outstanding service to the University of Nebraska, and wish them…read more »