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Lincoln Police Reminds Motorists

With power outages and lines down all around the Lincoln area, Lincoln Police are reminding drives that some traffic signals are out. These should be treated as 4-way stops.  Use extra caution all around the city. Forecasts indicate snow showers could pick up late this afternoon and continue for a few hours at varying rates.read more »

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First Snow Storm of the Season Hits Lincoln

The City of Lincoln is experiencing the first winter attack on the city and surrounding areas. Lincoln Public Works reports twenty material spreaders with plows began treating arterial streets with granular salt pre-wet with brine at noon Sunday.  Brine treatment early Saturday morning and current pavement temperatures are keeping streets fairly clear now.  But dropping…read more »

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Nebraska Falls in Overtime Against Northwestern to Drop to 0-6

The Huskers fall to 0-6 for the first time in the program’s history after losing to Northwestern in overtime 34-31. It’s already been a painful enough season for the Scarlet and Cream, but this one will only drive the stake further into the heart of Scott Frost and this Husker team. With just over two…read more »

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Noah Vedral Granted Eligibility Immediately by NCAA

According to the Husker Sports Network, the NCAA has granted Nebraska’s request that UCF quarterback transfer Noah Vedral can waive the mandated year transfers must sit out after leaving one FBS program to another. Nebraska submitted the request to the NCAA after Tristan Gebbia transferred to Oregon State in early September. Vedral, a sophomore, left…read more »

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Requests for Early Ballots Are Up Statewide

More than 64,000 Nebraskans are requesting early ballots. Secretary of State John Gale is hopeful that will translate overall to a larger number of Nebraskans voting. Gale tells KLIN News that could be the case since they are seeing an increase in younger Nebraska voters. Gale says both parties are aggressively encouraging early voting. He…read more »