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Woman Dies After Falling From Pickup Truck

A 25-year old Lincoln woman died after falling from a pickup truck last night at 19th and Adams. Witnesses say that the truck’s rear tire ran over her head. Police are investigating whether she fell or jumped from the truck. The driver, 31 year-old Seth Noble of Lincoln was arrested for DUI.read more »


Public’s Help Sought In Locating Armed Bank Robbery Suspect

Lincoln Police are asking for the public’s help in locating the 30 year old man, armed with a hand gun, who held up the West Gate Bank on South 17th Street July 13th.. Officer Angela Sands says that Donnell Murphy is also suspected in two armed robberies at Lincoln pharmacies. Police believe that Donnell Murphy…read more »


Lincoln Police Investigating Disturbing Phone Calls Made To Day-Care Providers

Police are investigating a series of disturbing phone calls made to Lincoln day-care providers. Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bleimeister tells KLIN’s Coby Mach on Drive Time Lincoln the department has received reports from four different day-care centers about the ominous calls…. “When the male caller gets on the line, he’s saying some things that cause…read more »


Nebraska’s Three Catholic Dioceses Being Investigated by the Attorney General’s Office

All three of Nebraska’s Catholic diocese are being investigated by the Attorney General’s office. The Omaha World Herald reports Attorney General Doug Peterson is asking all three of Nebraska’s diocese for 40 years worth of records concerning abuse allegations. The request covers reports of sexual exploitation, including child pornography. A Lincoln Diocese spokesperson confirms the…read more »


September Could Set Weather Record

No question about it…..September has been exceptionally wet…but  University of Nebraska Lincoln Climatologist Ken Dewey tells KLIN’s Jack Mitchell on LNK Today that we should be in for a break. Dewey says that the forecast heading into the weekend looks more promising then last weekend when the Cornhuskers-Akron game had to be cancelled because of…read more »

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Bat Counts Are Up In Lincoln

So far ten bats have tested positive for rabies in the Lincoln area…up over the the four or five that test positive most years. Lincoln Lancaster County Communicable Disease Program Supervisor Tim Timmons tells KLIN News that bats are particularly active in August and September. Timmons says they recommend residents try to contain the bat…read more »