Ex-CEO of Omaha Pharmaceutical Firm Is Sentenced For Kickback Scheme

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – The former chief executive officer of an Omaha pharmaceutical benefits management company has been sentenced to federal prison for carrying out an illegal kickback scheme. The Omaha World-Herald reports that 58-year-old Douglas Pick, of Omaha, was sentenced last week to a year and ordered to pay nearly $400,000 in fines and…read more »


Palmer, Copeland to test NBA waters

Nebraska basketball players James Palmer, Jr. and Isaac Copeland announced their intentions to declare for the NBA Draft on Tuesday afternoon. Neither of them have hired an agent, maintaining their college eligibility. Both players have until May 30 to decide to move forward in the draft process, or to withdraw their names from the draft…read more »

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School Safety To Be Addressed In Upcoming Super Commons Meeting

Local officials are putting their heads together on school safety in an upcoming meeting.  Korey Reiman with Parents United for Greater School Safety tells KLIN News that the number one issue for schools is the safety of our children…and he says if that means adding resource officers at Middle Schools…it should  be done. Lincoln City…read more »


Tornado Drill A Pre-Curser Of Severe Spring Weather

Tuesday’s statewide tornado drill presents a good reminder for Nebraskans to prepare for the possibility of severe weather this Spring. Lancaster County Emergency Manager Jim Davidsaver offers common sense advice if you are in an area covered by a tornado warning. “If you receive a tornado warning that covers a location you’re in, seek appropriate shelter”  Davidsaver says. If you are in a building…read more »


Huskers rally late, fall short in defensive battle with Bluejays

OMAHA – Nebraska (13-12) has only scored one run in the last 21 innings. The Huskers were shut out for the second straight game, falling to in-state rival Creighton 3-1 on Tuesday night in front of 3,323 fans at T.D. Ameritrade Park in Omaha. It won’t get easier. Nebraska, losers in four of its last…read more »


Moos: Miles will remain at Nebraska

The speculation is over: Tim Miles will be Nebraska’s head basketball coach next season. Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos confirmed the news to HuskerOnline in an interview on Tuesday morning. Moos said he and Coach Miles are still working out “some numbers and details” in terms of a contract extension, and hope to have an…read more »