70 Year Old Bilked Out of $11,000

A 70 year old Lincoln woman was bilked out of $11,000 in a financial scam. A caller told the woman she was owed money and to register on a web site to get it back. Officer Angela Sands says that after the woman entered the $300 that she was allegedly owed on the website…the caller…read more »


Girls’ state basketball starts this week in Lincoln

The 2018 NSAA Girls State Basketball tournament starts this week in Lincoln. 48 schools from six different classes will compete from March 1-3, with all six championship games being played on Saturday at Pinnacle Bank Arena. All of Saturday’s games will be televised on NET. Here’s a list of all the games involving schools in…read more »


Nebraska Congressman Jeff Fortenberry Says Lawmakers In Washington Ready To Curb Gun Violence; “I Do Think This Moment is Different”

As the Parkland survivors head back to school Wednesday, one Nebraska Congressman says there’s an increasing fervor among lawmakers in Washington for increasing regulations in order to curb the issue of gun violence in America. U.S Congressman Jeff Fortenberry tells KLIN News the Parkland shooting in Florida that killed 17 feels different on Capitol Hill,…read more »

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Endangered Missing Advisory

On 2-27-18, 18 month old, White male Parker Sain was taken from daycare by his biological father, Joshua Sain, White male age 26. The Grand Island Police Department believes Parker Sain may be in danger. Parker was last seen wearing a dark blue coat with grey liner, dark blue sweatpants, light blue shirt,and tan baby…read more »

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Miles talks Bench Mob, Big Ten tournament on Jim Rome show

There have been many great stories surrounding the Nebraska men’s basketball team this year with the historic season that they’ve had, and one of the more amusing ones has been the ‘Bench Mob’ celebrations. Some have wondered where that all began, including CBS Sports Radio host Jim Rome, who had Nebraska head coach Tim Miles…read more »


LPS Conducts Threat Assessment Training

Safety is very much on the minds of Lincoln Public School officials. Superintendent Steve Joel tells KLIN’s LNK Today that they work on threat assessment drills with faculty and students. But Joel says that at the end of the day they want to turn to someone trained with the police department who knows what to…read more »