Frost impressed with early first day of spring practice

Morning practices are a new concept at Nebraska this spring. The Huskers haven’t enforced morning workouts in more than 30 years. Due to scheduling conflicts, practice is held from 6-8 a.m., which is actually earlier than what head coach Scott Frost prefers. The players? They arrived at 4:30 a.m. ready to get after it on…read more »


Filibuster Kills Nebraska Online Sales Tax Measure

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – A bill intended to help the state collect more online sales tax revenue has stalled in the Nebraska Legislature. Supporters failed Thursday to overcome a legislative filibuster. Opponents argued the state should wait for a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that could determine whether states can levy such taxes. A decision is…read more »


Huskers gain muscle, wealth of knowledge from strength coach Duval

  Word had started to get out. Even though media doesn’t watch off season weight lifting, word started to come out that Nebraska was being worked hard. Harder than they had been over the last three seasons. Freedom Akinmoladun can attest. “Everyone has been lifting really heavy,” Akinmoladun said. “Like, heavier than I’ve seen. I’ve…read more »


Senator Sasse Seeks NATO Cordination

Nebraska U.S. Senator Ben Sasse seeks NATO coordination following Britain’s expulsion of Russian diplomats over the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter in Britain. Sasse says this likely won’t be the last time that Russia tries to silence those who publicly condemn Putin’s regime from Western soil. Sasse says Americans ought to…read more »


State Tax Revenue Up Over Projections

Nebraska’s Tax Commissioner is cautious after the latetest monthly state tax  have in higher than projected. Commissioner Tony Fulton tells KLIN News that they attribute some of that to reaction to the new federal tax code. The Revenue Department reports that February net tax collections were nearly 2 percent higher than the state’s certified forecast.…read more »

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Nebraska Supreme Court To Take Keystone Appeal

The Nebraska Supreme Court agrees to take Keystone XL pipeline appeal. The supreme court , on its own motion, agreed to bypass the Appeals Court and hear the case itself. That is expected to speed up the process. A number of Nebraska landowners are contesting last year’s Nebraska Public Service Commission decision approving an alternative…read more »