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Police Looking For Suspects After 3 Men Robbed at Gunpoint

Lincoln Police are looking for suspects after three Tecumseh men were robbed at gunpoint Thursday at a parking lot on the 2800 block of Tierra Drive. Lincoln Police Spokeswoman Angela Sands says the three friends, ages 20, 19 and 17, were waiting in their car for a fourth friend to come out of his nearby apartment…read more »

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Huskers begin new season this weekend with four games in Tempe

  By Tommy Rezac It’s been 272 days since Nebraska beat Penn State 21-3 in State College, PA to clinch its first conference title since 2005. “That’s so far in the past, I don’t roll seasons over,” Nebraska coach Darin Erstad said, who’s entering his seventh season in Lincoln. “It’s a whole new set of…read more »

Dog Scares Off Intruder

A frightening experience for a Lincoln nine-year old, who while home alone… encountered a masked man breaking into his house on the 600 block of North 30th. His mother had gone to pick up the other kids from school Wednesday at 5 pm. Seeing the intruder.. the nine-year old got the family’s pit bull to…read more »

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Mall Security Guard Pepper Sprayed and Handcuffed by Thieves

Lincoln Police are looking for the suspects who broke into Gateway Mall before 4 am Thursday morning. Officer Angela Sands says two men, one armed with a hand gun, pepper sprayed the 35-year old security guard and handcuffed him to a railing. The suspects then stole merchandise from the Piercing Pagoda kiosk. The men used…read more »

Worker Dies In Garbage Truck Accident

A refuse company employee was killed early Thursday morning while holding onto the back of a garbage truck. Early reports indicate that the truck slid on ice and ran into a tree, pinning the worker between the truck and the tree.read more »

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Governor Is Cautious About Tax Collections Increase

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – Nebraska state government saw a surge in tax revenue last month. The Department of Revenue on Thursday reported net tax collections of $421 million in January, which is 11.1 percent above projections. Nebraska received $42 million above the $379 million the state was expected to collect. Net tax receipts have been…read more »