Nebraska Asks Court For Warrant To Execute Death Row Inmate

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – Nebraska state officials have requested an execution warrant for the state’s longest-serving death-row inmate. Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson asked the state Supreme Court on Tuesday to grant an execution warrant for Carey Dean Moore, who was convicted of first-degree murder in the 1979 shooting deaths of two Omaha cab drivers.…read more »

4-4-18-copper burglary

Copper Burglars Strike Again

Copper burglars strike again in the Lincoln area…this time removing copper piping from several air conditioning units outside Abbot Sports Complex, causing over $1,000 in damage. They also stole copper from sinks, toilets and water heaters in two unoccupied homes, along with causing extensive damage on the 3900 block of Everett and the 2700 block…read more »


Stolen Puppy

A 19-year old woman hopes to get back her red and white American Bully puppy that was stolen from her apartment Monday. She tells police that the thief gained entry through an unlocked ground level window of her apartment on the 6600 block of Havelock Avenue. The 12 week old puppy named Harley and valued…read more »


Husker volleyball welcomes top-ranked transfer to roster

Nebraska head volleyball coach John Cook announced Tuesday that outside hitter Lexi Sun will transfer from Texas to Nebraska, and will be eligible to compete in 2018. Sun, a unanimous first-team All-Big 12 selection in 2017, was the No. 1 ranked recruit in the country by PrepVolleyball.com coming out of high school and top-ranked player…read more »


Governor Ricketts Tax Plan Is In Limbo

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – A tax package championed by Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts has fallen into limbo after drawing criticism from lawmakers, including some fellow conservatives. Lawmakers passed over the measure Tuesday after roughly three hours of debate. Supporters touted the legislation as the only realistic option to address property taxes in this year’s session.…read more »


Lamm and Schulte Offer Suggestions For Enhancing School Safety

“It’s time for Lincoln Public Schools and the city of Lincoln to prioritize school safety”… That was the message today from City Councilwoman Cyndi Lamm and School Board member Matt Schulte at Tuesday’s news conference. Both say that it can be done without additional local tax dollars. Schulte points out that LPS will receive twenty…read more »