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Undercover Drug Investigation Ends With Arrest

Investigators with the Lincoln – Lancaster County Narcotics Task Force had been looking for 38 year old Anthony Jackson in reference to a narcotics investigation.  Jackson had sold methamphetamine to an undercover officer over a several month period.  In that time he sold a total of 178.7 grams of methamphetamine that was purchased with $3,340…read more »

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Minor Injuries In School Bus – SUV Accident

No one was seriously injured when a  Lincoln Public School bus and a SUV collided around 7:30 Friday morning near Rosa Parks Way and Folsom. One person in the SUV was trapped and was safely removed by Lincoln Fire & Rescue.  That person was taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries. There were eight…read more »


Nebraska baseball moved up Friday to avoid rain

Nebraska baseball’s series opener Friday has been moved up due to impending rain this evening. The game, originally scheduled for 6:30, will now be played at 4:05. The rest of the games this weekend remain unchanged. Feature Image Courtesy Nebraska Athletics Communications Officeread more »


One More Death From COVID-19 in Lincoln-Lancaster County

Lab-confirmed cases reported Thursday: 49 Total number of cases: 30,044 Deaths reported Thursday: 1, a man in his 70s who was hospitalized Total number of deaths: 229 Recoveries: 26,891 Weekly positivity rate: March 27 through April 2:  4.9 percent April 3 through 8:  5.3 percent Hospitalizations for COVID-19 positive patients: 29 with 24 from Lancaster…read more »

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New Unemployment Claims Rose Last Week

The Nebraska Department of labor reports 1,995 new unemployment claims were filed for the week ending April 3rd.  That is up 130 from the week before.  The number of new Pandemic Unemployment Assistance claims totaled 250 last week, up 237 from the week ending March 27th. Regular unemployment claims totaled 11, 287, down 584 from…read more »

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SCC Students in Lincoln, Lancaster County Now Eligible For Vaccine

Southeast Community College students who live in Lancaster County or attend classes at any SCC-Lincoln location are now able to register for the COVID-19 vaccine. School officials say while getting the vaccine is highly encouraged, it is not mandatory to enroll in classes at SCC. “The opportunity for SCC students to register for the vaccine…read more »