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Lincoln Police Looking For Subway Bandit(s)

Lincoln Police are looking for a suspect or suspects believed to have robbed four different Subway restaurants early yesterday morning. Officer Angela Sands says windows were shattered and registers robbed at the Subways at 5533 NW 1st St., 2501 NW 12th St., 5335 O St., and 201 Sun Valley Boulevard. Police believe it could be…read more »

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LSO Deputies Catch Burglar, Retrieve Stolen Purse

Attentive Lancaster Sheriff’s Deputies help stop a burglar and retrieve a women’s stolen purse. Lincoln Police officer Angela Sands says police were dispatched to a residence in the Airpark area around 4:30 Tuesday after receiving a burglary call. “A 35-year-old women reported she heard something in her kitchen so she went to check. There was…read more »

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A Nebraska Woman Is Fined For Climbing Mt Rushmore

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) – A Nebraska woman has been fined $1,000 for climbing the Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota. Authorities say Alexandria Incontro scaled the massive granite sculpture Friday with bare feet and no rope, making it to about 15 feet (4.5 meters) from the top. The Rapid City Journal says Incontro…read more »

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Fireworks Damage Lincoln Woman’s Car

A 54 year old Lincoln woman reports being awakened Sunday morning in her home near 63rd and Morrill by a loud explosion outside. Police determined that fireworks were lit on her her vehicle causing $1,000 damage. The three suspected teenagers were later arrested by police in possession of fireworks and over $22,000 in items stolen…read more »

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State Tax Revenue Is Up

Nebraska state government collected more tax revenue than forecasted during the fiscal year that ended last month. The state revenue department reports tax receipts are almost four percent above the official forecast. The department says net individual and corporate income taxes were higher than expected, as were net sales-and-use and miscellaneous taxes. The projections were…read more »