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Six Nebraska Communities Receive $500,000 To Help Rebuild Housing After Floods

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – The state of Nebraska has approved $3 million in grants to help communities recover from flooding in the spring and rebuild housing. Six Nebraska communities will each receive $500,000 to help with projects related to housing. They are Nebraska City, Fremont, Peru, Lynch, Wood River and Pierce County. The money will…read more »

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2 Injured, 1 Arrested In North Lincoln Car vs Motorcycle Accident

A motorcycle driver and and passenger are in the hospital after a weekend crash in North Lincoln. Lincoln police captain Jake Dilsaver tells KLIN News officers were sent to the intersection of 48th and Benton late Saturday on reports of a car vs. motorcycle accident. “The motorcycle was traveling northbound on 48th, the Sedan was…read more »

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Huskers Earn Feel-Good Victory

With the first home night game beckoning, Nebraska players, coaches, and fans still had the sting from a late game collapse to Colorado last weekend fresh in their minds. That all seemed to melt away, at least a little, over the course of a feel-good 44-8 victory over Northern Illinois at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln…read more »

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Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office Seizes $1.9-Million In THC Vape Cartridges, THC Shatter And More; Oregon Man Arrested

Almost $2-Million in narcotics are seized by the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office. Authorities say sheriff’s deputies contacted an unoccupied vehicle at a gas station on NW 48th and O st yesterday morning and began a criminal investigation. An LSO-K9 was deployed and alerted deputies to the presence of narcotics. A search turned up 3000 THC…read more »

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Nebraska Tax Collections Above Projections In August

 LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska state government collected more tax revenue than expected in August. The state Department of Revenue announced Friday that the state received a net total of $462 million last month, which is nearly 5% higher than its official forecast of $441 million. The department says net sales-and-use and miscellaneous taxes came…read more »