Huskers still “finding their way” in early stages of spring practice

Nebraska held its first spring practice in 11 days on Tuesday morning. It was the first practice the Huskers had since returning from spring break. Head coach Scott Frost described spring practice No. 2 as “good, but not as good as day one.” “Little sloppier,” Frost said. “Sometimes, you kind of expect that after spring…read more »


HOMICIDE UPDATED: Investigation Continues; Persons Of Interest Sought By Authorities

Police are investigating after a 22-year-old man is shot dead near the intersection of 47th and Cooper Monday afternoon. Scanner traffic indicates a little before 2.P.M. there was a pedestrian vehicle accident near the intersection which quickly turned into reports of gunshots. Officers sent to a residence near the intersection found a gravely wounded Edgar…read more »


Suh to play for L.A. Rams in 2018

The Los Angeles Rams have agreed to a one-year, $14 million contract with defensive tackle and former Husker Ndamukong Suh. That’ll put Suh on the defensive front alongside fellow pro-bowler and DT Aaron Donald, who was NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2017. Suh spent the last three seasons with Miami and was released…read more »


Hundreds Descend on Capitol Building for March For Our Lives Protest

Hundreds of protesters marched on the Capitol Building Saturday afternoon to protest for stricter gun-laws, mirroring marches that took place across the world. Speakers included L.P.S. students, who sought to make it known to elected officials in the state that at least a few students were ready to take charge of the issue of gun…read more »


62-Year-Old Commits Suicide After Tense Standoff With S.W.A.T.

Lincoln Police report a 62-year-old man committed suicide after a standoff that forced the closure of nearby roads for hours Saturday evening. Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister says approximately 40 officers were present at the home on the 4000 block of Gertie Ave. after what was initially a domestic abuse dispute devolved into something more serious.…read more »