Lincoln Named Smart Gigabit Community

Lincoln is named Smart Gigabit Community.Mayor Beutler says Lincoln’s designation as a Smart Gigibit City further cements the city as a hub of the “Silicon Prairie” Mayor Beutler says that less than 25 other communities have achieved that designation. Lincoln’s local partners in the initiative include the University of Nebraska Lincoln, ALLO Communications, and FUSE.read more »

Increase In Local Flu Activity

Flu is starting to pop up in the Lincoln area….It’s not widespread yet…but is a little ahead of normal. Lincoln Lancaster County Communicable Disease Coordinator Tim Timmons tells KLIN News that it’s too early to say if it will be a severe season with a less effective vaccine as some are predicting because of earlier…read more »


Whitish, Cain earn weekly Big Ten honors

Nebraska sophomore guard Hannah Whitish was named Big Ten Player of the Week on Monday. Freshman center Kate Cain also received her third Big Ten Freshman of the Week honor this season. Whitish averaged 29 points, 5.5 rebounds, 5 assists and 2.5 steals in Nebraska’s last two games to lead the Huskers to road wins…read more »


Huskers to compete in third straight Final Four

        “Let’s go to Kansas City!”#WithEachOtherForEachOther pic.twitter.com/9hJJKJ4RZx — Husker Volleyball (@Huskervball) December 9, 2017 By Tommy Rezac John Cook called the 2017 season a “reinvent” before it began. He also said before the NCAA tournament that this year is among his top two favorites in his now 18th year at Nebraska. For good…read more »

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Huskers start fast, Jays pull away in second half

  By Tommy Rezac OMAHA –  Nebraska hit five threes in the first eight minutes of the game and built a 33-28 halftime lead, but the Huskers (7-4) got outscored 47-32 in the second half, and fell to Creighton 75-65 on Saturday afternoon in front of 17,901 fans at the CenturyLink Center Omaha. “You have to…read more »


Huskers sweep Buffs, face Wildcats Saturday for Final Four spot

The fifth-seeded Nebraska volleyball team (29-4) earned a dominant sweep over Colorado (24-10) on Friday afternoon in the NCAA Regional at Memorial Coliseum in Lexington, KY. The Huskers won the sets 25-19, 25-11, and 25-19. They were led in scoring by Sr. Annika Albrecht, who finished with 13 kills on a .344 hitting percentage. “Those…read more »