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Unfilled Jobs Are Said to Limit Growth Potential In Nebraska

Tax Reform and jobs are high on the list of priorities for Nebraska businesses. 58,000 jobs remain unfilled in Nebraska and Nebraska Chamber President Bryan Slone tells KLIN News that is limiting the growth potential of Nebraska. Slone says that is one of the legislative priorities mentioned during a forum with state senators Wednesday. Slone…read more »

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Nebraska Sees Fewer Tornadoes In Recent Years

New analysis points to fewer tornadoes in Nebraska recently as them appear to shift more to the east. State Climatologist Al Dutcher tells KLIN News that some of that can be attributed to cooler springs. Typically, Nebraska’s peak period for tornadoes in May and June. Dutcher isn’t ready to attribute a recent changing pattern in…read more »

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Stoltenberg Is Practicing Again & Stille Explains Blackshirt Rejection

After missing the last four games, Mick Stoltenberg is back practicing in full pads this week. The 6-5, over 300 pound senior was surrounded by reporters after practice, where he was asked about his availability and condition after missing so much time. “I might not go out there and play 45-50 snaps,” Stoltenberg said. “But…read more »

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Lincoln Officer Exposed to Suspected Fentanyl Laced Heroin During Arrest

A Lincoln Police Officer had to be treated with Narcan, an antidote for opioid overdose, after coming in contact with a white powdery substance inside the pockets of a 56 year old man being arrested. Officer Angela Sands says the officer started noticing a reaction as he was pre testing the substance for heroin.  Sands…read more »

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Lincoln Man Had to be Stunned by Taser Three Times

The Lincoln Police Department’s “Trunk or Treat” event at the Lancaster County Event Center was considered a huge success overall with up to 20,000 attending. A 20 year old was arrested in the parking lot when he threatened two women. He became combative with responding police officers and had to be stunned  three times by…read more »

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Nebraska State Patrol Trooper Attending White House Event on Opiod Crisis

Trooper Sam Mortensen has been invited to attend the event, titled “A Year of Historic Action to Combat the Opioid Crisis,” During the event, President Donald Trump will sign legislation recently passed by Congress. The bi-partisan bill addresses multiple facets of the opioid crisis and received support from all five members of Nebraska’s congressional delegation.…read more »