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The first pitch at Saturday's Nebraska vs Ohio State Softball Game was neither a ball or a strike, however it received one of the biggest cheers of the day.
The Lincoln surprise truck inspection results are in. The Nebraska State Patrol and the Lincoln Police Department surprised commercial truck drivers on Thursday to check for violations.
A 3-year-old boy plays with stuffed toys on Aptil 14 inside a claw crane game machine at a bowling alley in Lincoln, Neb.
Beginning at 7 p.m. Monday, April 21, Sun Valley Boulevard, 10th and 11th streets will close during evening and overnight hours for concrete pavement and joint repairs.
A three-year-old boy who went missing Monday night from his apartment in Lincoln, Nebraska was found in a very strange place: inside a claw machine at a bowling alley across the street.
Working a normal morning route, Uribe Refuse Services in Lincoln is collecting waste from homes across Lincoln, it's the truck that they're throwing these bags into that's a first of it's kind in Nebraska.
Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman says he plans to sign a bill that would require some health insurers to offer coverage for autism screenings and therapy.
Due to high levels of smoke from agricultural burning in the Midwest, the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department today issued a Health Advisory with concerns that the poor air quality will continue this weekend.
A child welfare expert accused of exposing himself to teenage girls in Lincoln has been placed on sick leave.
Mayor Chris Beutler today said the funds given by residents to two community donation programs - Lincoln Cares and 2 for Trees - continue to fund important City projects.
A 29-year-old man has pleaded not guilty to secretly recording images of women changing clothes in a Lincoln restaurant employee locker room.
A Lincoln, Nebraska elementary school principal has apologized for sending a flier home with students that advised them not to tattle on their bullies.
A toddler in Lincoln, Nebraska recently ran away from his home and got himself stuck inside of a Bowling Alley claw machine .
The Nebraska Liquor Commission has approved a license for the Grand Theatre. The license will allow them to finally move forward in serving alcohol in their downtown location.
The families of both John Adams and the victim, 52- year-old Kendra Turner Adams attended today's hearing and clearly they are a family divided.