Lincoln Police Remind Residents To Use SWAP SPOT Location Following Theft

An overnight theft is prompting Lincoln police to remind resident’s who want to make in person transactions with people met over the internet to use the Department’s SWAP SPOT location. Captain Ben Kopsa tells KLIN News officers were sent out to 70th and O street around 7 last night and on arrival the victim told…read more »


Unprecedented Major Flooding Predicted For Spring

Unprecedented major flooding is predicted this spring for most of the nation. National Weather Service deputy director Mary Erickson says the current flooding in Nebraska, Iowa and the South is a preview for an all-too wet and dangerous spring. She expects flooding to get worse and widespread, reaching most of the eastern two-thirds of the…read more »


Governor Ricketts Heralds Disaster Declaration

President Trump approves Nebraska’s expedited request for federal disaster assistance. Governor Ricketts submitted the request following devastating flooding and severe weather impacting virtually every region of Nebraska. Governor Ricketts says Nebraskans have already been stepping up to begin the journey to recovering from the most widespread natural disaster in Nebraska’s history. Governor Ricketts says as…read more »


One Killed in Lancaster County Overnight Crash, Investigation Ongoing

Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a deadly overnight crash in southern Lancaster County. The Sheriff’s office says deputies responded to reports of a vehicle on fire in a ditch in 20,000  block of South 68th street a little before midnight Wednesday. After Initial investigations, it was revealed the driver and lone occupant, 25 year-old Francisco Gonzalez…read more »

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Mandatory Water Restrictions Lifted, Voluntary Water Conservation Still Encouraged

Water restrictions in Lincoln are voluntary again. Mayor Chris Buetler says he decided to remove the mandatory water restrictions due to significant progress being made in repairing damaged well-fields near Ashland. The Mayor says Lincoln citizens have “risen to the challenge” presented by the flooding, and thanks residents and business for their sacrifices in conserving…read more »


Huskers Beat Butler 80-76 in First Round of NIT

Don’t think about it just yet. The seemingly inevitable dismissal of Tim Miles can’t rain on the Husker’s parade after their energizing first round win over Butler in the NIT. That’s right, the NIT. One could’ve been mistaken if they were amongst the Husker faithful at Pinnacle Bank Arena Wednesday night. The environment felt like…read more »