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Lincoln, Nebraska is located in Lancaster County. Zip codes in Lincoln, NE include 68588, 68529, and 68516. The median home price in Lincoln is $140,000 which is roughly $116/per square foot. More Lincoln information.

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2 min ago | KFOR-AM Lincoln

Midland University Enrollment at All-Time High

Last week it was announced that the University of Nebraska Lincoln campus has passed the 25-thousand mark in enrollment. Monday, Midland University in Fremont announced it's at an all-time high.

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4 hrs ago | KOLN-TV Lincoln

LPS Brings Back Learning Lunches for a Second Year

Tuesday's group had a chance to see some historic pictures found after the fire of the old LPS office building. "They're great pictures of Lincoln by an African American photographer named John Johnson.

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Tue Sep 16, 2014

KOLN-TV Lincoln

$4.2 Million Going to State Behavioral Health Services

Tuesday, Gov. Dave Heineman announced that the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services will meet next week with the state's six Behavioral Health Regions to discuss the allocation of funds that were not spent by the regions during the last fiscal year. Last year, the regions were allocated $71 million, with $4.2 million unspent.

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KOLN-TV Lincoln

Food Bank of Lincoln to Compete for $60K in Online Challenge

Andrea Flores anchors the Saturday & Sunday morning show alongside Nick Starling. You can also see her reports during the week.

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Greenwich Citizen

Children's Museum of Siouxland closer to reality

After a decade of planning, museum administrators announced Tuesday that Sioux City-based W.A. Klinger was awarded the contract to build the $7 million project, the Sioux City Journal reported . A ground-breaking ceremony will be held Oct. 22. Darren Macfee , who was executive director of the Lincoln Children's Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska , for six years, has also been announced as the interim director of the new museum.

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KOLN-TV Lincoln

Study to Look For Housing Solutions for 2 Lincoln Neighborhoods

NeighborWorks Lincoln will be preparing a Housing Study for the Clinton and Hartley Neighborhoods. The study will focus on the identification of housing opportunities and solutions in the two neighborhoods, with emphasis on exploring the connection and potential partnerships of funders and builders to produce and preserve modern, affordable housing types.

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Travelin' Librarian

Harper Collins starts watermarking eBooks

This week HarperCollins and anti-piracy company Digimarc announced the debut of a new ebook watermarking system to enable the identification of leak points in the company's supply chain. TorrentFreak caught up with the publisher to learn about its new anti-piracy solution and its overall anti-piracy strategy Called Guardian Watermarking for Publishing, the system embeds all but invisible markers into ebooks.

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KLKN

Chambers urges Gale to rescind ballot decision

Posted by: KLKN Newsroom, 8@klkntv.com LINCOLN, Neb. Nebraska's longest-serving state senator is urging Secretary of State John Gale to rescind his decision to allow a name switch on the November ballot for lieutenant governor.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

KOLN-TV Lincoln

Southeast Rural Fire Department May Help Out LFR In Bond Proposal

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.

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KRVN-AM Lexington

Climate Change Activists Organize New York March Ahead of UN Summit

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.

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Examiner.com

'Nebraska:' Going down the road less traversed

Alexander Payne , the man behind " Nebraska " is consistently the best American comedy filmmaker working today; even Woody Allen in the time that Payne has been working hasn't made as many good movies. In a time when most comedies are like a string of Christmas lights where the bulbs are jokes and the wire is plot that only exists to bridge the bulbs, Payne has mastered the higher realms of the genre.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

KOLN-TV Lincoln

Pius X Named a 2014 School of Excellence

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.

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SFGate

Woman recalls experience as health care navigator

Navigator program specialist Cindy Balliet poses for a portrait in her office at the Community Action Partnership building on Sunday, Aug. 15, 2014 in Lincoln, Neb. Balliet came to the job without deep political convictions about the new national health insurance plan.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

KOLN-TV Lincoln

Lincoln Teen Raises Money For Cancer

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.

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KOLN-TV Lincoln

Nebraska Grocer Russ Raybould Dies at Age 92

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.

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North Platte Bulletin

Popular ride share services come under fire

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.

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KFOR-AM Lincoln

Men Robbed at Gunpoint in South Lincoln

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.

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Groong

Conference At University Of Nebraska-Lincoln To Mark Genocide Centennial

LINCOLN TO MARK GENOCIDE CENTENNIAL Friday, September 12th, 2014 http://asbarez.com/126928/conference-at-university-of-nebraska-lincoln-to-mark-genocide-centennial/ A view of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus LINCOLN, Nebr.--On the occasion of the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is hosting a two-day conference on March 19-20, 2015, entitled "Crossing the Centennial: The Historiography of the Armenian Genocide Re-Evaluated," that will examine the latest developments in the historiography of the Armenian Genocide. The conference, organized by Prof.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

KOLN-TV Lincoln

Lance's Journal: Richardson Co. Fair Royalty, Sept. 12, 2014

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."

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City of Lincoln

Section of West 'A' to Close Monday for Sewer Work

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.

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