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Too Cool For Swimming Pools

Cool weather is delaying the opening of the city’s nine public outdoor swimming pools. The pools were set to open Saturday…but the Parks and Recreation Department says the water temperature in all the pools was below 61 degrees Friday afternoon.  They say that is not warm enough for safe and comfortable swimming.read more »


Huskers Run Rule Hawkeyes 11-1 in Second Round of Big 10 Tournament

If revenge is a dish best served cold, Nate Fisher doesn’t seem to care. The senior southpaw came out of the gates firing against Iowa, serving up heat from the mound to shut down the Hawkeye bats in Omaha. Earlier this year, Fisher was chief witness to the meltdown Nebraska had against Iowa in game…read more »


Bailout For Farmers Is Described As Helpful

Nebraska Farmers Union President John Hansen tells KLIN News that they are encouraged by President Trump’s announced $16 billion aid for farmers amid the trade war. Hansen says that they would prefer that the trade policy would be straightened and get their money in the markets. But Hansen says this aide is helpful for Nebraska…read more »

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Disaster Supplemental Bill Passed By Senate

Significant relief for Nebraska is reportedly included in a disaster supplemental bill passed by the Senate today. Nebraska U.S. Senator Deb Fischer says Nebraska’s families, ag producers, communities and military installations affected by the catastrophic March flooding will benefit. Senator Fischer describes it is a critical first step to help Nebraskans rebuild and move forward…read more »


Former Husker Assistant Michael Lewis Lands Job on UCLA’s Coaching Staff

Former NU assistant basketball coach Michael Lewis has joined Mick Cronin’s coaching staff at UCLA, the school announced on Thursday. He had been an assistant under Tim Miles from 2016 until Miles was relieved of head coaching duties back in March. Before he landed at Nebraska, the former Indiana basketball standout was an assistant coach…read more »