L.E.S. Not Worried About Meeting Air Conditioning Need

Air Conditioners are getting a good work out so far this spring and early summer in Lincoln. Lincoln Electric System Spokesman Mark Shkolnick tells KLIN News that air conditioners have been running at a greater rate and earlier then they would see in a typical year. He that they still should have no problems meeting…read more »


Nebraska’s Thorbjarnarson to play in European U-20 Championships

Nebraska basketball sophomore Thorir Thorbjarnarson will return to Iceland this week as he prepares to represent his home country of Iceland at the FIBA Under-20 European Championships in July. Iceland will compete in Pool D with Serbia, Italy and Sweden, as the action begins on Saturday, July 14, and continues with pool play on July…read more »

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Mixed Reaction to Supreme Court Ruling On Presidential Travel Ban

Key Nebraska Republicans such as Executive Director Kenny Zoeller are welcoming the Supreme Court decision upholding President Donald Trump’s travel ban on visitors from mostly Muslim countries. Zoller tells KLIN News that clearly the president has the authority to do what he did to make sure that Americans are safe in the process of allowing…read more »


Lincoln Tests All-Electric Driverless Shuttle

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – Lincoln officials are inviting residents to help test out an all-electric, driverless shuttle bus for a pilot program that could bring more autonomous vehicle services to the city. The public will have a chance to reserve a 15-minute ride on the bus starting Thursday. The shuttle will be conducting trial runs…read more »


Attempted Kidnaping of 14-Year-Old Girl Reported In Lincoln

Lincoln police are warning people to be cautious after a 14-year-old girl reports a man tried to drag her into his car. Officer Angela Sands says Police got reports of the attempted kidnapping around 5 P.M yesterday. ¬†She says the girl was walking near the intersection of Sequoia and South 32nd streets when a man…read more »