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Tanner Lee drafted in the sixth round by Jacksonville Jaguars

The Nebraska Football program has had a player selected on Draft Day every year since 1963. That streak extended to 56 years on Saturday afternoon when quarterback Tanner Lee was selected 203rd overall in the NFL Draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Lee was the first Nebraska quarterback to be drafted at his position since Keithen McCant was…read more »

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Huskers complete first sweep of the season in non-conference series with Nevada

LINCOLN – A feel-good weekend for the Nebraska baseball team had a sweet finish. The Huskers (20-22) had another solid performance on Saturday afternoon, defeating Nevada 12-5 at Haymarket Park. Nebraska completed its first series sweep of the season. “I thought they looked relaxed,” Nebraska coach Darin Erstad said. “I think they were more under…read more »

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Huskers take series from Wolfpack

LINCOLN – Nebraska (19-22) did two things on Friday night it hadn’t done since March 10. Win back-to-back games, and win a series. The Huskers had another solid night offensively, and another solid night of Waldron pitching on the mound in a 9-6 victory over the Nevada Wolfpack (21-18) in front of an energetic crowd at…read more »

Property Tax Relief Petition Effort Ends

The petition initiative campaign to place a $1.1 billion property tax relief proposal on the ballot is throwing in the towel. The Yes to Property Tax Relief Committee spokesman Trent Fellers says they are ending the ballot effort and will cease collecting petition signatures. Fellers says doubts remain that a ballot measure to change state…read more »

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Knox County and Ponca Tribe Sue Opioid Manufacturers and Distributors

Knox County and the Ponca Tribe are suing 25 manufacturers and distributors of opioid painkillers. Their Omaha Attorney Dave Domina tells KLIN News that he will be surprised if more cities and counties don’t file similar suits. He says they should. Domina says local political subdivisions are left picking up the social costs from the…read more »