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Miles tells KLIN, “I still believe in our recipe”

By Tommy Rezac Nebraska men’s basketball coach Tim Miles was Jack Mitchell’s in-studio “friend” on KLIN’s “LNK Today with Jack & Friends” Wednesday morning. Miles, entering his sixth season as Nebraska’s head coach, said this past offseason was one of the toughest he’d ever been through. “I will tell you from the inside, it was probably…read more »

Hit And Run Suspected Driver Arrested

A 68 year old Lincoln woman has been arrested in connection with a hit-and-run injury accident involving a visually impaired Lincoln woman.  Officers interviewed the suspected driver, after witnesses  provided the license plate of the involved vehicle in the September 13th accident.  After a thorough investigation, the driver Kathryn Launer was cited and lodged for…read more »

Bannon Going After Incumbent Senators Including From Nebraska

Nebraska U.S. Senator Deb Fischer is among U.S. Senators being targeted by former presidential adviser Steve Bannon. He promises to back primary challengers to almost every Republican senator is is seeking for re-election. Bannon told Fox News that even safe incumbents like Wyoming Senator Johnn Barasso and Deb Fischer have to understand that just voting…read more »

Trump Administration Disputes Federal Lawsuit Over Keystone Pipeline

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) – The Trump administration says a federal court has no authority to second-guess a presidential permit for the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada. Justice Department attorneys are due in U.S. District Court in Montana on Wednesday to argue for the dismissal of two lawsuits that challenged the March permit for…read more »

NWU, SCC Partnership to Increase Bachelor Degree Completion

The presidents of Southeast Community College and Nebraska Wesleyan Tuesday signed an agreement for the new Pathways Scholarship Program. SCC Vice President for Program Development Bob Morgan tells KLIN News the program will provide SCC transfer students with financial assistance to get their bachelor’s degree at Nebraska Wesleyan. Morgan says that sixty percent of their…read more »