Frost talks spring game, tunnel walk, offseason plans during call-in show

Nebraska head football coach Scott Frost appeared on the Husker Sports Network’s “Sports Nightly” for the final time in the 2017-18 school year on Wednesday night. The Huskers just finished their final practice of the spring on Monday, and the head coach has been meeting with players individually this week to recap the spring and…read more »


Corrections Director To Be Subpoened

A legislative committee plans to subpoena Corrections Director Scott Frakes to answer questions about the new lethal injection protocol. Judiciary Committee Chair Senator Laura Ebke tells KLIN News says they are issuing a subpoena because Frakes has refused to answer questions voluntarily. Director Frakes has declined to a request to appear before the committee citing…read more »


Moos tells Associated Press ‘running scared comment was tongue in cheek’

Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos told the Associated Press on Tuesday night that his comment about coaches Urban Meyer of Ohio State and Jim Harbaugh of Michigan “running a little bit scared” following coach Scott Frost’s arrival in Lincoln was “a bit tongue in cheek.” In an appearance at an Omaha Press Club luncheon earlier…read more »

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New High School Proposed for Lincoln

A new full-size high school is the recommendation from a Lincoln Public Schools task force studying the issue. Task Force Co-Chair Dr. Bob Rauner tells KLIN News that they believe that is more cost effective then multiple smaller schools. Lincoln’s six public high schools are said to be at capacity and over. The task force…read more »


Huskers rally, but unable to overcome early deficit against Bluejays

The Nebraska baseball team trailed Creighton 10-1 after the top of the fifth and battled back before ultimately falling to the Bluejays 12-9 at Haymarket Park Tuesday night. It was Creighton’s first win in Lincoln, and also the first season series win over Nebraska since 2010. The Bluejays beat the Huskers in Omaha 3-1 on March…read more »

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A Carelessly Discarded Cigarette Is Blamed For Fire In Havelock Home

A carelessly discarded cigarette is blamed for a fire that did extensive damage to a Havelock home this morning. Battalion Chief Leo Benes tells KLIN News that the cigarette was discarded outside of the home on some dry leaves that set the exterior of the home on fire. Five people were rescued from the residence…read more »