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Number Of Employed Nebraskans Is Up

The number of Nebraskans employed in March surpasses one million. Governor Ricketts says labor force employment has reached a record high each of the last three months and has also had over-the-year gains every month since March of 2017. Governor Ricketts says his team is working every day to support Nebraska’s job creators as they…read more »

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Search Underway for Next University President

University of Nebraska Board of Regents Chairman Tim Clare and Vice Chairman Jim Pillen announced today the first steps in the search for the eighth president of the University of Nebraska. In launching the presidential search, regents invited Nebraskans to begin considering the qualities, characteristics and skills they would like to see in NU’s next…read more »

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Abbott Sports Complex Legal Issues Settled

The Lincoln Sports Foundation will continue to own and operate the former Abbott Sports Complex indefinitely, including the motocross track.  Under the settlement agreement, the Lincoln Sports Foundation is not obligated to make any payments for the property and will receive two matching grants of $50,000.00 each in  2019 and 2020 from the Ethel S…read more »

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Another Arrest In Connection with A Homicide Last Year

A fourth arrest is made in connection with the shooting death last year of a Lincoln woman. Police say that 33-year-old Ira Morrow was arrested Thursday on suspicion of a federal count of conspiracy to commit robbery. 36-year-old Jessica Brandon was killed in the Lincoln home she shared with her fiance. Police say surveillance cameras…read more »

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Huskers Announce Big Red Blitz Tour that will Feature Moos, Frost, and Hoiberg

The Nebraska athletic department announced in a press release that NU Athletic Director Bill Moos, Husker football head coach Scott Frost, and Nebraska’s new head basketball coach Fred Hoiberg will visit three different Nebraska cities on May 30th that were impacted by flooding earlier this year. “In Nebraska our greatest resource is our people. That…read more »