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State Revenue Tax Collections Are 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 »

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Two Husker Football Players Cited During Traffic Stop

On Friday, July 12th, Nebraska football players Marquel Dismuke and Jeremiah Stovall were cited at a traffic stop in Lincoln shortly before 8 p.m. around 13th and Sumner, according to Lincoln Police spokeswoman Angela Sands. The driver, Dismuke, was driving on a suspended license. Dismuke had a previous citation in conviction of a suspended driver’s…read more »

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Martinez Named to Maxwell Award Watch List

Nebraska football starting quarterback Adrian Martinez was placed on the Maxwell Award watch list, which was released Monday afternoon. The Maxwell Award recognizes the best all-around player in college football. Last season, Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa took home the Award. In 2018, the 6-foot-2, 220 pound player threw for 2,617 yards and 17 touchdowns while…read more »

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Partial Ceiling Collapse Injures One In South Lincoln

One person has been injured after a partial ceiling collapse at the Nebraska Animal Medical and Emergency Center in south Lincoln. Officer Angela Sands tells KLIN News emergency crews responded to the veterinary clinic, located near 57th and Old Cheney, a little after 9:30 a.m. Monday morning. She also says the one reported injured person…read more »

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Nebraska Health Officials: Woman Dies From West Nile Virus

O’NEILL, Neb. (AP) — State health officials have confirmed the death of a woman in northern Nebraska from West Nile virus. Television station KSNB reports that the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services confirmed the death in May from the state’s North Central Health Department. That department covers Antelope, Boyd, Brown, Cherry, Holt, Keya…read more »

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Nebraska Schools Could See New Debate Over Indian Mascots

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Could several established school mascots be on the chopping block? Nebraska schools with Native American mascots could see a new debate over their team names and logos if some state officials have their way, but quick action seems unlikely. Members of the Legislature’s State-Tribal Relations Committee are looking into whether Nebraska…read more »