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Nebraska’s spring game to be televised live

Nebraska’s spring football game, as anticipated, will be televised live on the Big Ten Network. The game will kick off at 11 a.m. from Memorial Stadium on April 21. Tickets went on sale last Tuesday, and they were all gone within 26 hours. This is likely to be the highest attendance ever recorded in Nebraska’s annual red-white…read more »

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Governor Ricketts Attends White House Roundtable on Infrastructure

Governor Ricketts today attended a roundtable on infrastructure hosted by President Trump at the White House. President Trump unveiled a framework for infrastructure in America…which calls for a $1.5 trillion in new investment over the next 10 years. Governor Ricketts says he appreciates the President’s focus on rural infrastructure and cutting red tape that will…read more »

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19-Year Old Shot In Buttocks

A Waterloo 19 year old was injured as he and two other teenagers tested the protection of a Vietnam War era Flak vest against bullets at a cabin near Malcolm over the weekend. Sheriff Wanger says they first shot at just the vest itself and then decided one of the teens would fire a bullet…read more »

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The Flu Season Keeps Getting Worse

An already bad flu season locally and nationally keeps getting worse, and health experts aren’t sure why. This season is now as bad as the swine flu epidemic nine years ago, and it surpasses every winter flu season since 2003, when the government changed the way it measures flu. The latest local weekly surveillance report…read more »

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Public Can Now Use “UPLNK” For Speedy Repairs

Lincoln residents have a new way to report potholes,graffiti and other quality of life issues. Mayor Beutler says UPLNK  is a free service enabling requests for service from the city for non-emergency services. Mayor Beutler says UPLNK creates a direct line of communication between Lincoln residents and city government. Public Works Director Miki Esposito says…read more »

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Huskers show balanced attack in win over Scarlet Knights

  By Tommy Rezac LINCOLN – Senior Evan Taylor said on Friday that he was confident his team could separate what they do on the floor from what they do off of it. The Huskers (19-8, 10-4 Big Ten) proved that to be true once again. Nebraska had four players score in double figures and…read more »