John Gale

Nebraskans Assured Of Voter Security

Nebraskans are being assured that they can feel confident that their ballot will be secure and counted on Election Day. Secretary of State John Gale tells KLIN News that cybersecurity threats, while not new, were certainly elevated as a result of the 2016 election. He says they continue to build on defenses against such threats.…read more »

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Another Step Toward Lincoln’s South Beltway

Another step toward Lincoln’s long time dream of a South Beltway….as Mayor Beutler with state officials signed the environmental documents for the Beltway. Mayor Beutler says they need to remember the part played by people here and people no longer here over the years. The Lincoln South Beltway project would be a new four-lane, east-west…read more »


Huskers strap on full pads for the first time in spring practice

      After practicing in half pads for the first two workouts of spring, the Huskers put on full pads on Thursday morning and got the first taste of solid contact football in 2018. Offensive coordinator Troy Walters saw intensity and enthusiasm, but not as much early on. “Offensively, we came out sluggish,” Walters…read more »

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Nebraska Vietnam Veterans Honored

Nebraska Veterans are being honored on this National Vietnam War Veterans Day. Governor Pete Ricketts says that the Vietnam War was one of those wars where it was very difficult for our service members to serve our country. Governor Ricketts says many came home and did not receive the welcome that they deserve. In a…read more »


Nebraska Congressman Jeff Fortenberry Says South is Optimistic About Talks With Kim Jong-Un

North Korean leader┬áKim Jun-Un is turning heads with an aggressive charm offensive including meetings, both rumored and scheduled, with major world powers including the U.S. Nebraska Congressman Jeff Fortenberry tells KLIN News from Washington, he recently spoke to a diplomat from South Korea and, ” He was decidedly optimistic about these developments,” according to Fortenberry.…read more »


Former Husker great Dave Humm dies at age 65

Former Nebraska quarterback Dave Humm passed away Tuesday night at his home in Las Vegas due to complications with multiple sclerosis. He was 65. Humm was diagnosed the condition at age 35 and had been in a wheel chair since 1997. Humm started from 1972-1974, guiding Nebraska to a 27-7-2 record during that time. His…read more »