Bill Moos speaks openly about his desire for the Nebraska-Iowa football rivalry to gain steam. Maybe recruiting battles could help.
A woman was hit in the head during a robbery in central Lincoln on Sunday evening, according to Lincoln police.
Lincoln Police responded to a stabbing at the People’s City Mission in west Lincoln on Sunday evening.
On the surface, the gray, drab American coot is an unassuming bird similar to a duck. But its chicks are another story.
Lincoln police used a Taser on a man at a downtown Lincoln bar Sunday afternoon after he shoved an officer and resisted being taken into custody.
Think of it like ROTC for corrections workers, said Corrections Director Scott Frakes.
The inventor of center-pivot irrigation is among 22 inductees into the National Inventors Hall of Fame this year.
If they could talk, 15 dogs might thank Brad Dodge for a second chance at life. The dogs were saved in memory of the former Fremont resident who died Jan. 15, 2019.
What the Founders couldn’t see when they crafted the terms of a presidential impeachment process was the eventual capture of Congress by the political parties, Don Walton writes.
Civil rights activist Ruby Bridges will be visiting the University of Nebraska-Lincoln as part of a series of events to honor Martin Luther King Jr. beginning Monday.
Lincoln Police say a customer pointed a handgun at an employee at the McDonald’s near 27th and Vine streets early Sunday morning.
The 25th Martin Luther King Youth Rally and March scheduled for Monday will have a different format than past years.
A 19-year-old man showed up to a local hospital with a gunshot wound to the lower leg early Sunday morning, according to Lincoln police.
An excellent way to brighten the dead of winter is to plant trees and shrubs that possess colorful fruit or bark or plants with interesting shapes.
The two high schools that LPS plans to build will accommodate half as many students as the existing high schools but will be built so they can easily be expanded to hold 2,000 students.
1870: The Lincoln Village Board was drawing up a pro-posed ordinance to ratify articles of incorporation of the Lincoln Steel Railway Co.
The American Spiritual Ensemble will perform in the state for the first time Sunday afternoon at First-Plymouth.
Scott Frost has never even hinted at the possibility of surrendering play-calling duties. But it’s an intriguing discussion, even more so now that he’s altered his coaching staff.
An unfinished and abandoned construction project in a new, northwest Lincoln development is frustrating neighbors, and prompting the city to take action.
â€œWe want to get in line first and access as many funds as we can for rural build out,â€� said Sen. Tom Brandt of Plymouth. â€œItâ€™s sort of swinging for the fences.”
The aquatics center would have a play zones, zero depth entrance, floatable water walk, lazy river, plunge area and three waterslides: enclosed, open body and raft style.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission now plans to delay consideration of a proposal that would have limited camping at Lake McConaughy.
Lindy Schmidt made a commitment to downtown Louisville by renovating and reopening a longtime grocery store that had been vacant for a time.
HERSHEY â€” A winter storm that raked the state Friday snarled traffic for hundreds of drivers and caused at least one death on Interstate 80, the Nebraska State Patrol reported Saturday.
By 1989, all but one of Omaha’s landmark Jobber’s Canyon districtâ€™s 26 buildings had been razed to attract one major corporation.