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Decline To Sign Organized To Oppose LNK Recall Effort

On Monday,  Decline to Sign, a group of concerned Lincolnites, launched their opposition effort to the LNK Recall group.  LNK Recall has been calling on Lincoln’s voters to spend more than a quarter of a million dollars to hold an unnecessary special election to upend city government by recalling the Lincoln mayor and four city…read more »


Lincoln Man Facing Hate Crime Charges After Threatening Woman With Chainsaw

Lincoln Police are investigating a hate crime after a terrifying experience for a woman  Saturday, November 21st at 1:40 p.m.  Police were called to the 1700 block of North 68th Street for a disturbance. Police talked to a 25 year old woman and several witnesses.  The woman said she arrived at her apartment building and…read more »

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Russ’s Market Burglars Get Away with Alcohol And Cigarettes

Lincoln Police were called to Russ’s Market at 1550 South Coddington Avenue around 12;42 a.m. Saturday, November 21st.  Officers talked to an employee who said a number of unknown number of individuals smashed through the glass door of the store and took about $200 worth of alcohol and cigarettes. Damage to the building is estimated…read more »

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Lincoln Police Clear November 15th Tool Burglary

An arrest is made in a burglary November 15th in the 400 block of South 42nd Street.  Police say the victim told officers that someone had stolen a nail gun and a drill from his garage.  A neighbor noted there was a suspicious person and a vehicle in the area at the time.  Using that…read more »

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Man Injured In Early Morning Stabbing Sunday

Lincoln Police are looking for suspects in a stabbing of a 37 year old man Sunday, November 22nd around 12 a.m.  Police were called to the 700 block of S 27th Street and found a man who had minor cuts to his abdomen and arm.  It is not known if he sought treatment for those…read more »


Nebraska’s Elections Scheduled For Certification Next Monday, Public Welcome

Nebraska’s election results are scheduled to be certified. Members of the Nebraska State Board of Canvassers will convene in Hearing Room 1524 at the State Capitol at 12:30 p.m. on Monday, November 30. Once county canvassing boards have met and certified their results, local election officials will submit the certified results from local, state, and…read more »