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Nick started his broadcast career behind the scenes at 10/11 in production running cameras. Now he anchors First News Nebraska on Saturday & Sunday mornings and reports during the week.
The trial for a Texas cancer researcher accused of poisoning her jilted lover's coffee with a colorless and odorless chemical found in antifreeze begins Mon... LINCOLN, Neb. _ High school and transfer students are invited to a University of Nebraska-Lincoln event that will showcase the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natura... - Activists say they hope for "a world safe from the ravages of climate change," as they plan a New York City march to draw attention to changing global weather patterns, two days before a United Nation summit meets to discuss the issue.
Pius X High School is recognized as the Catholic Education Honor Roll 2014 Schools of Excellence. The school is in the top 5% of all Catholic schools nationally.
Ten years ago a young Lincoln girl lost her best friend to cancer. Saturday, she held an event to bring attention to and raise money for the disease.
Longtime Lincoln-based grocer Russ Raybould died Saturday at age 92. Raybould was known nationally as a leader in the independent grocery business. The company he founded, B&R Stores now operates six Russ's Market Stores in Lincoln and one in Hastings.
While new rideshare services are growing rapidly and have increased transportation access in cities across the country, many argue these services operating illegally under current state laws, which was the debate at the Nebraska Capitol on Sept. 11. "Uber" and "Lyft" -- two of the most popular rideshare services, are operated by a mobile app.
Two men are victims of A late night robbery after 10 Friday night near 20th and "F" Streets. The men, one 20 and the other 45 years old, were walking down the street when they were approached by two other men, one who pointed a handgun at them.
Lance has been a member of the 10/11 News team since 2002. He is a video journalist in charge of producing a twice a week feature called "Lance's Journal."
Beginning Monday, West "A" Street will close to through traffic from S. Coddington to S.W. 40th St. for sanitary sewer work. The roadway is expected to reopen Friday, September 19. Access to local properties along West "A" Street will be maintained.
So please pardon me when I tell you that y ou had to be there Monday morning to hear Givens Price address the entire Nebraska Athletic Department staff with a speech he wrote himself, communicated clearly, and ended with six words that will never go out of style in Lincoln or anywhere else in this state There is No Place Like Nebraska! I'm leveraging Givens' use of that expression and offering up this official Husker athletic blog space for an addendum. It ties the collective mindset of Price's audience to the impact he had on the third floor of Memorial Stadium Monday morning: There is No One like Nebraska's Given Price.
Today a new class of Nebraska AmeriCorps members will pledge to "get things done for America" as part of a nationwide ceremony to mark AmeriCorps 20th anniversary. First Lady Sally Ganem and honorary chair of ServeNebraska will lead the AmeriCorps pledge ceremony, taking place at 10:30 am CST at the State Capitol, 1445 K St., Lincoln, Nebraska in the Rotunda.
A 34 year old transient has been arrested by Lincoln police in connection with a strong-armed robbery at Aladdin Tobacco at 2630 Orchard in Lincoln, which happened at 4:30pm Thursday. He was reportedly demanding cigarettes and "Get-Real" Potpourri, which is a form of synthetic marijuana, but was denied those items for lack of identification.
Let's just get it out of the way now: I'm from Nebraska . And yes, I know exactly what you're going to say: "You're the first person I've ever met from Nebraska!" I guessed correctly, didn't I? Well, it wasn't too difficult-I've heard that phrase almost nonstop since my first day on campus.
Attorneys who investigated Nebraska's prison-sentence miscalculations say there's no evidence that employees disregarded a Supreme Court decision in an effort to reduce overcrowding. But their report released Thursday says at least five employees violated state personnel rules.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 02:45 am
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