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Governor Ricketts celebrates State Trooper's Drug Bust

The state troopers got over a ton of illegal drugs off the streets, by busting a trailer carrying them.

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President Trump cancels summit with North Korea

President Trump cancels summit with North Korea

Courtesy ABC News: President Donald Trump in a letter directly to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un announced that he is canceling the much anticipated nuclear summit. "Sadly, based on the tremendous anger and open hostility displayed in your most recent statement, I feel it is inappropriate, at this time, to have this long-planned meeting. Therefore, please let this letter serve to represent that the Singapore summit, for the good of both parties, but to the detriment of the wor...

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Demolition of nuclear site carried in North Korea, according to AP

Demolition of nuclear site carried in North Korea, according to AP

Courtesy ABC News: North Korea has carried out the demolition of its nuclear test site in front of foreign journalists, according to news outlets including Sky News and the Associated Press. The demolition on Thursday was deep in the mountains in the northeast portion of North Korea, the AP reported. North Korea's decision to shutter the site was considered by international observers to be a good omen leading up to a potential meeting between Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Dona...

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Open house allows public to weigh in on master plan Video included

On Wednesday, Lincolnites attended an open house where they got to share their thoughts on what the new Downtown Master Plan should include.

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Local law enforcement revving up seat belt enforcement

Local law enforcement revving up seat belt enforcement Video included

The ’Click It or Ticket’ mobilization is a nationwide campaign to promote awareness and increase the use of seatbelts and child restraint systems. 

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Technology curing pain without opioids

Technology curing pain without opioids Video included

With opioid abuse and addiction on the rise, a Lincoln doctor is using special technology to help people in severe pain. This technology has only been allowed in the U.S. for two years. Doctor Phil Essay with the Nebraska Spine and Pain Center has performed the first four procedures in Nebraska.

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Married Lincoln Public Schools teacher retire together Video included

Leslie and Joe Wittgren have been married for 40 years, and now they are calling it quits.

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"Thunder fever" causes problems for those with allergies and asthma Video included

Every year during the spring and summer, pollen floats through the air and can cause breathing problems when inhaled, but did you know thunderstorms can also make it worse? It's called thunder fever.

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Longtime LFR Battalion Chief Retires

Longtime LFR Battalion Chief Retires Video included

 It's the emotional ending that still hasn't sunk in. "I don't think it will really soak in until next Wednesday when it would be time to get up and go to work," former Battalion Chief Leo Benes said.  Leo Benes' 32 year career at Lincoln Fire and Rescue came to an en...

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Locals react to Miss Nebraska being crowned Miss USA Lincoln News

Locals react to Miss Nebraska being crowned Miss USA

It proved to be an emotional night for Sarah Summers of Papillion as she was crowned Miss USA. 

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Teachers get slimed at Cathedral of the Risen Christ Video included

Today kids at a local school got to have a little extra fun this afternoon to raise money.

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Car vs. train accident on SW 142nd and Roca Rd.

UPDATE: Train was parked at time of collision Video included

He is in critical condition.

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Man biking across U.S. stops in Nebraska

Man biking across U.S. stops in Nebraska Video included

For De La Vega it's how he's working to bring change to what he calls a broken education system, "So they don't teach us practical skills like how to communicate with people and how to network with people. Finances is overlooked, we don't know anything about money." In the past 23 days De La Vega has peddled through six states, includ...

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Bishop Heights Park Celebration

Bishop Heights Park Celebration Video included

Eight–year–old Simon Brockmeier went door–to–door, held fundraisers and applied for a grant to get new playground equipment at Bishop Heights Park.

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  • 1 dead in head-on crash in southwestern Nebraska

    UPDATE: Lincoln man killed in head-on crash in southwestern Nebraska

    UPDATE: Lincoln man killed in head-on crash in southwestern Nebraska

    The vehicles hit nearly head-on

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    The vehicles hit nearly head-on

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  • UPDATE: Truck involved in early morning fire was stolen

    UPDATE: Truck involved in early morning fire was stolen

    UPDATE: Truck involved in early morning fire was stolen

    Lincoln Fire and Rescue and Lincoln Police are on the scene of a truck fire. They responded shortly after 7 a.m. this morning. The truck was found in a creek on 345 Speedway Circle in southwest Lincoln--near Van Dorn St. There are no reports of injuries at this time. Channel 8 currently has a reporter on the scene and will bring you more details when they become available.

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    Lincoln Fire and Rescue and Lincoln Police are on the scene of a truck fire. They responded shortly after 7 a.m. this morning. The truck was found in a creek on 345 Speedway Circle in southwest Lincoln--near Van Dorn St. There are no reports of injuries at this time. Channel 8 currently has a reporter on the scene and will bring you more details when they become available.

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  • Nebraska to consider mountain lion hunting season in 2019

    Nebraska to consider mountain lion hunting season in 2019

    Nebraska to consider mountain lion hunting season in 2019

    LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - State officials are considering whether to resume a mountain lion hunting season in Nebraska next year, a move likely to generate intense debate. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has set a public hearing for the proposal on June 22 at Mid-Plains Community College in Ogallala. The proposed season would let hunters harvest up to eight mountain lions in two designated areas of northwest Nebraska's Pine Ridge region. State biologists say the number of adult a...More >>
    LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - State officials are considering whether to resume a mountain lion hunting season in Nebraska next year, a move likely to generate intense debate. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has set a public hearing for the proposal on June 22 at Mid-Plains Community College in Ogallala. The proposed season would let hunters harvest up to eight mountain lions in two designated areas of northwest Nebraska's Pine Ridge region. State biologists say the number of adult a...More >>
  • 14th and Old Cheney massive construction project

    14th and Old Cheney massive construction project

    14th and Old Cheney massive construction project

    After discussions and blue prints being talked about, people came together Tuesday to learn about a big construction project here in Lincoln. We're talking about the long awaited roundabout at 14th and Old Cheney. 

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    After discussions and blue prints being talked about, people came together Tuesday to learn about a big construction project here in Lincoln. We're talking about the long awaited roundabout at 14th and Old Cheney. 

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  • LPS board approves interlocal agreement

    LPS board approves interlocal agreement

    On Tuesday, the Lincoln Board of Education voted 4-1 to pass the interlocal agreement for increasing school safety. 

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    On Tuesday, the Lincoln Board of Education voted 4-1 to pass the interlocal agreement for increasing school safety. 

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  • MADD Hero Awards

    MADD Hero Awards

    MADD recognized 40 law enforcement and others across the state, who work to take impaired drivers off the road. 

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    MADD recognized 40 law enforcement and others across the state, who work to take impaired drivers off the road. 

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  • American Idol trip winner Lincoln News

    American Idol trip winner

    American Idol trip winner

    Maddie Poppe won last night's American Idol Finale.   

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    Maddie Poppe won last night's American Idol Finale.   

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  • Local organizations ask for summer volunteers

    Local organizations ask for summer volunteers

    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Summer is quickly approaching and if you want to spend your days off doing more than sitting by the pool, There are a lot of organizations in Lincoln that could use your help. One of those is Tabitha's Meals on Wheels program. "We are shy volunteers for the summer, we have about 50 open routes,” Gina Cotton with Tabitha said. “It's perfect for a college student or high school student or a family to see Linco...More >>
    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Summer is quickly approaching and if you want to spend your days off doing more than sitting by the pool, There are a lot of organizations in Lincoln that could use your help. One of those is Tabitha's Meals on Wheels program. "We are shy volunteers for the summer, we have about 50 open routes,” Gina Cotton with Tabitha said. “It's perfect for a college student or high school student or a family to see Linco...More >>
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  • LES donates solar powered charging stations to Holmes Lake

    LES donates solar powered charging stations to Holmes Lake

    LES donates solar powered charging stations to Holmes Lake

    Lincoln Electric System (LES) is going green and giving back to the community! 

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    Lincoln Electric System (LES) is going green and giving back to the community! 

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  • Labor of love: making bowls for a good cause

    Labor of love: making bowls for a good cause

    Labor of love: making bowls for a good cause

    Next Tuesday the Food Bank of Lincoln is hosting their 16th Annual Empty Bowls Luncheon. 

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    Next Tuesday the Food Bank of Lincoln is hosting their 16th Annual Empty Bowls Luncheon. 

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  • Police make unusual amount of arrests for possession of meth

    Police make unusual amount of arrests for possession of meth

    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Lincoln police arrested ten people last night for possession of methaphetamine. Several of the arrests also turned up other drugs including LSD, THC wax, and various pills. A canine officer assisted with two of the arrests. Police said this number of arrests is highly unusual for one night.More >>
    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Lincoln police arrested ten people last night for possession of methaphetamine. Several of the arrests also turned up other drugs including LSD, THC wax, and various pills. A canine officer assisted with two of the arrests. Police said this number of arrests is highly unusual for one night.More >>
  • Colorado man points gun at bus carrying 23 on I-80

    Colorado man points gun at bus carrying 23 on I-80

    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  One man is in jail after making terroristic threats along Interstate 80. It happened near mile marker 403. 36-year-old Scott Jenkins of Colorado allegedly cut in front of an Arrow Bus carrying 23 people then slammed on the brakes. Jenkins then pulled out a loaded .45 caliber handgun and pointed it back at the bus. The bus driver called 911 and the Lancaster County Sheriff's Deputies and the State Patrol Troopers locat...More >>
    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  One man is in jail after making terroristic threats along Interstate 80. It happened near mile marker 403. 36-year-old Scott Jenkins of Colorado allegedly cut in front of an Arrow Bus carrying 23 people then slammed on the brakes. Jenkins then pulled out a loaded .45 caliber handgun and pointed it back at the bus. The bus driver called 911 and the Lancaster County Sheriff's Deputies and the State Patrol Troopers locat...More >>
  • Police looking for suspect who stole a car and ran from police

    Police looking for suspect who stole a car and ran from police

     Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Lincoln Police are looking for the man who stole a car and then ran from police. The 2007 Buick Rendezvous was taken Sunday from S and S Transmission on 20th and P streets. Surveillance video captures the suspect taking three sets of keys and then leaving with the Buick. Early Tuesday morning an officer spotted the car and tried to stop it, but the driver sped off and police stopped chasing hi...More >>
     Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Lincoln Police are looking for the man who stole a car and then ran from police. The 2007 Buick Rendezvous was taken Sunday from S and S Transmission on 20th and P streets. Surveillance video captures the suspect taking three sets of keys and then leaving with the Buick. Early Tuesday morning an officer spotted the car and tried to stop it, but the driver sped off and police stopped chasing hi...More >>
  • Police respond to two large fights Monday evening

    Police respond to two large fights Monday evening

    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Lincoln Police had a busy Monday night responding to two big fights within hours of each other.  Police said the first broke out at Antelope Park just after 4:00 p.m. Officers reported the fight involved 30 people.  Then, a second fight broke out a few hours later, just before 7:00 p.m. near 14th and Adams.  Police said it involved the same group that was fighting at Antelope Park.  Police said dur...More >>
    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Lincoln Police had a busy Monday night responding to two big fights within hours of each other.  Police said the first broke out at Antelope Park just after 4:00 p.m. Officers reported the fight involved 30 people.  Then, a second fight broke out a few hours later, just before 7:00 p.m. near 14th and Adams.  Police said it involved the same group that was fighting at Antelope Park.  Police said dur...More >>
  • Center for People in Need to offer free dental care

    Center for People in Need to offer free dental care

    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Improper dental care can cause a whole host of problems, said Steve Sheridan with the Center for People in Need.  But going to the dentist can be expensive.  Which is why the Center for People in Need is teaming up with UNL's Dental College to provide free dental care next month. "It's a great opportunity for some families who don't have insurance or money to go to the dentist," Sheridan said.  Den...

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    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Improper dental care can cause a whole host of problems, said Steve Sheridan with the Center for People in Need.  But going to the dentist can be expensive.  Which is why the Center for People in Need is teaming up with UNL's Dental College to provide free dental care next month. "It's a great opportunity for some families who don't have insurance or money to go to the dentist," Sheridan said.  Den...

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  • City council pass school safety plan

    UPDATE: City council pass school safety plan

    UPDATE: City council pass school safety plan

    After several months of debate, the Lincoln City Council has reached an agreement on a plan to help with school safety.  

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    After several months of debate, the Lincoln City Council has reached an agreement on a plan to help with school safety.  

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  • Lincoln Southwest teacher wins Scottish Rite Distinguished Teacher Award

    Lincoln Southwest teacher wins Scottish Rite Distinguished Teacher Award

    A local teacher was surprised with an incredible honor on Monday! 

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    A local teacher was surprised with an incredible honor on Monday! 

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  • New EMTs make Gresham Fire and Rescue better manned

    New EMTs make Gresham Fire and Rescue better manned

    Since 1906, Gresham Fire and Rescue has served its community, which includes their town of around 220 people and four counties.

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    Since 1906, Gresham Fire and Rescue has served its community, which includes their town of around 220 people and four counties.

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  • Miss Nebraska named Miss USA, makes history

    Miss Nebraska named Miss USA, makes history

    Miss Nebraska named Miss USA, makes history

    Sarah Rose Summers beat out 50 other women from all the states and the District of Columbia.

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    Sarah Rose Summers beat out 50 other women from all the states and the District of Columbia.

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  • Body found in Central City

    Body found in Central City

    Body found in Central City

    Police are investigating after a body was found in Central City. 

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    Police are investigating after a body was found in Central City. 

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  • First Lady of Nebraska stops by local elementary school to share love of reading

    First Lady of Nebraska stops by local elementary school to share love of reading

    The first lady of Nebraska, Susanne Shore, stopped by McPhee Elementary School to share her love of reading! 

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    The first lady of Nebraska, Susanne Shore, stopped by McPhee Elementary School to share her love of reading! 

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  • Governor Encourages Safe Driving

    Governor Encourages Safe Driving

    Governor Encourages Safe Driving

    Today Governor Ricketts talked about ways the state is encouraging safe driving.

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    Today Governor Ricketts talked about ways the state is encouraging safe driving.

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  • Lincoln Elementary school holds 2nd annual Field Day

    Lincoln Elementary school holds 2nd annual Field Day

    With the school year coming to a end, one elementary school decided to have some fun!

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    With the school year coming to a end, one elementary school decided to have some fun!

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  • 56th Street Construction to start Wednesday

    56th Street Construction to start Wednesday

    56th Street Construction to start Wednesday

    A project along north 56th from Vine street to Adams might have you rethinking where you're driving. "We will be reconstructing sidewalk ramps and we will be doing some pavement repairs particularly in the intersection of 56th and Leighton and we will also be resurfacing the street with new asphalt," said Erin Sokolik, a City of Lincoln engineer. 

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    A project along north 56th from Vine street to Adams might have you rethinking where you're driving. "We will be reconstructing sidewalk ramps and we will be doing some pavement repairs particularly in the intersection of 56th and Leighton and we will also be resurfacing the street with new asphalt," said Erin Sokolik, a City of Lincoln engineer. 

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  • Ricketts promotes road safety ahead of Memorial Day weekend

    Ricketts promotes road safety ahead of Memorial Day weekend

    Today, Governor Pete Ricketts joined Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) Superintendent Colonel John Bolduc and Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) Director Kyle Schneweis to promote road safety in Nebraska.

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    Today, Governor Pete Ricketts joined Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) Superintendent Colonel John Bolduc and Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) Director Kyle Schneweis to promote road safety in Nebraska.

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  • Police believe two truck thefts are related

    Police believe two truck thefts are related

    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Police believe the same person is responsible for stealing two trucks from A&B Auto this month.  The first was on May 4. A Dodge Ram, electronics and keys were stolen from the business.  Police believe the suspect returned on May 15 and stole a 2002 White Dodge Ram with keys they had taken May 4.  The truck was worth $10,000. Police said there was also damage to two other vehicles, leading them to believe...

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    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Police believe the same person is responsible for stealing two trucks from A&B Auto this month.  The first was on May 4. A Dodge Ram, electronics and keys were stolen from the business.  Police believe the suspect returned on May 15 and stole a 2002 White Dodge Ram with keys they had taken May 4.  The truck was worth $10,000. Police said there was also damage to two other vehicles, leading them to believe...

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  • Police looking for man suspected of firing shots over the weekend

    Police looking for man suspected of firing shots over the weekend

    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Police are investigating reports of a shooting near SW 10th and West A streets.  Police say two black men were shooting at each other Saturday evening.  One of them was picked up by a female driver and left the scene.  Police say no injuries were reported, but they found several shell casings and bullet fragments.  They've spoken to the suspect that'd didn't leave the scene, but are looking for the seco...More >>
    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Police are investigating reports of a shooting near SW 10th and West A streets.  Police say two black men were shooting at each other Saturday evening.  One of them was picked up by a female driver and left the scene.  Police say no injuries were reported, but they found several shell casings and bullet fragments.  They've spoken to the suspect that'd didn't leave the scene, but are looking for the seco...More >>
  • Construction on N. 56th begins today

    Construction on N. 56th begins today

    Construction on N. 56th begins today

    Construction on N. 56th street from Vine St. to Adams St. starts today. North and southbound traffic will be maintained in the early stages of the project, temporary lane closures and sidewalk detours are expected later on. It's to resurface the road and will continue through August, with cleanup that could continue until September. The project includes repairing and sealing pothole-causing cracks, resurfacing and upgrading sidewalk ramps as well. They'll be message signs for driv...

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    Construction on N. 56th street from Vine St. to Adams St. starts today. North and southbound traffic will be maintained in the early stages of the project, temporary lane closures and sidewalk detours are expected later on. It's to resurface the road and will continue through August, with cleanup that could continue until September. The project includes repairing and sealing pothole-causing cracks, resurfacing and upgrading sidewalk ramps as well. They'll be message signs for driv...

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  • Click It Or Ticket campaign starts today

    Click It Or Ticket campaign starts today

    Click It Or Ticket campaign starts today

    Local law enforcement will be on the lookout to see if you're buckling up this week. State troopers and the Lincoln Police Dept. will be starting today with enforcement. They'll also be looking for other violations and dangerous driving. The campaign runs through June 3rd. This effort includes troopers in all Nebraska State Patrol areas--spanning border to border, and LPD focusing on accident prone areas.More >>
    Local law enforcement will be on the lookout to see if you're buckling up this week. State troopers and the Lincoln Police Dept. will be starting today with enforcement. They'll also be looking for other violations and dangerous driving. The campaign runs through June 3rd. This effort includes troopers in all Nebraska State Patrol areas--spanning border to border, and LPD focusing on accident prone areas.More >>
  • Grants available for Nebraska outdoor recreation projects

    Grants available for Nebraska outdoor recreation projects

    Grants available for Nebraska outdoor recreation projects

    LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Nebraska projects that encourage outdoor recreation could be eligible for grants. The state Game and Parks Commission is accepting applications for the outdoor recreation grants. The program is funded by federal money. The grants could cover as much as half of the cost of athletic fields, swimming pools, splash pads, picnic areas or other facilities. The projects must be sponsored by a city, county or natural resources district to qualify. Grant applications a...More >>
    LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Nebraska projects that encourage outdoor recreation could be eligible for grants. The state Game and Parks Commission is accepting applications for the outdoor recreation grants. The program is funded by federal money. The grants could cover as much as half of the cost of athletic fields, swimming pools, splash pads, picnic areas or other facilities. The projects must be sponsored by a city, county or natural resources district to qualify. Grant applications a...More >>
  • Libertarian ranks surge in Nebraska; Democrats lose ground

    Libertarian ranks surge in Nebraska; Democrats lose ground

    Libertarian ranks surge in Nebraska; Democrats lose ground

    LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The number of independents and Libertarians in Nebraska is still on the upward swing while the Democratic Party continues to lose voters and Republican registrations stay relatively flat. The Nebraska secretary of state's office says the Libertarian Party of Nebraska saw another surge in its membership before Tuesday's primary election, even though it's still dwarfed by the Republican and Democratic parties Party officials said the trend is driven by voter dis...More >>
    LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The number of independents and Libertarians in Nebraska is still on the upward swing while the Democratic Party continues to lose voters and Republican registrations stay relatively flat. The Nebraska secretary of state's office says the Libertarian Party of Nebraska saw another surge in its membership before Tuesday's primary election, even though it's still dwarfed by the Republican and Democratic parties Party officials said the trend is driven by voter dis...More >>
  • Vietnam Veterans will be honored with a special trip

    Vietnam Veterans will be honored with a special trip

    If you are Vietnam War Veteran, a trip is being planned in your honor. 

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    If you are Vietnam War Veteran, a trip is being planned in your honor. 

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  • Tour of the Haymarket Area

    Tour of the Haymarket Area

    The Haymarket is a cornerstone of the Lincoln community.

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    The Haymarket is a cornerstone of the Lincoln community.

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  • Candle light vigil held for Lincoln girl

    Candle light vigil held for Lincoln girl

    People are remembering the life of a four-year-old Lincoln girl by holding a candle light vigil.

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    People are remembering the life of a four-year-old Lincoln girl by holding a candle light vigil.

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  • Honor the Fallen 5K

    Honor the Fallen 5K

    A lot of people are resting tonight after participating in an obstacle course for a great cause. 

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    A lot of people are resting tonight after participating in an obstacle course for a great cause. 

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  • Explosion levels York business

    Explosion levels York business

    Explosion levels York business

    An early morning explosion has leveled a York business. York fire chief Mike Lloyd said the explosion happened around 2 a.m. Saturday morning at Cancrete Cattle Water located at 522 W 26th Street. The explosion knocked out power to the surrounding businesses and large flames could be seen where the building had been. No nearby businesses were damaged. The fire chief would not rule out natural gas, but said the state fire marshal i...

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    An early morning explosion has leveled a York business. York fire chief Mike Lloyd said the explosion happened around 2 a.m. Saturday morning at Cancrete Cattle Water located at 522 W 26th Street. The explosion knocked out power to the surrounding businesses and large flames could be seen where the building had been. No nearby businesses were damaged. The fire chief would not rule out natural gas, but said the state fire marshal i...

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  • Royal Wedding: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry officially married

    Royal Wedding: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry officially married

    Royal Wedding: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry officially married

    Justin Welby, the head of the Church of England, has made the proclamation after the couple promised to love and cherish one another ``till death us do part,'' and exchanged rings.         The British-American pair are now officially known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and the duchess will take ...

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    Justin Welby, the head of the Church of England, has made the proclamation after the couple promised to love and cherish one another ``till death us do part,'' and exchanged rings.         The British-American pair are now officially known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and the duchess will take ...

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  • Nebraska sees push to legalize sports betting

    Nebraska sees push to legalize sports betting

    Nebraskans may soon be able to bet on sports. 

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    Nebraskans may soon be able to bet on sports. 

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  • Farm Bill fails to pass through the House

    Farm Bill fails to pass through the House

    The federal Farm Bill failed to pass through the House of Representatives today. 

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    The federal Farm Bill failed to pass through the House of Representatives today. 

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  • Gang Unit, Tipping Point, team up to prevent gang activity

    Gang Unit, Tipping Point, team up to prevent gang activity

    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  As far as gang activity goes, Sergeant Jeff Sorenson with Lincoln Police said the capitol city is in a pretty good spot. "But is it an issue we need to pay attention to and address, not only as law enforcement, but as a community,” Sorenson said. Which is why LPD’s Gang Unit was at Calvert Elementary school Friday afternoon, doing what they can to prevent youth from joining gangs. It's called Operation Tipp...

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    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  As far as gang activity goes, Sergeant Jeff Sorenson with Lincoln Police said the capitol city is in a pretty good spot. "But is it an issue we need to pay attention to and address, not only as law enforcement, but as a community,” Sorenson said. Which is why LPD’s Gang Unit was at Calvert Elementary school Friday afternoon, doing what they can to prevent youth from joining gangs. It's called Operation Tipp...

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  • How can citizens help the homeless in Lincoln?

    How can citizens help the homeless in Lincoln?

    The Lincoln Homeless Coalition held an open house Friday morning to share its findings with the public and take questions from them. Many of the questions were focused on what's being done to ensure the homeless population stays down, and what the community can do to help.

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    The Lincoln Homeless Coalition held an open house Friday morning to share its findings with the public and take questions from them. Many of the questions were focused on what's being done to ensure the homeless population stays down, and what the community can do to help.

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  • UNL shows off new 3-D printers

    UNL shows off new 3-D printers

    The UNL College of Engineering has new 3–D printers.

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    The UNL College of Engineering has new 3–D printers.

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  • UPDATE: Suspect in Texas shooting identified

    UPDATE: Suspect in Texas shooting identified

    UPDATE: Suspect in Texas shooting identified

    The shooting was contained and the school was evacuated, but explosive devices have also been found at the school and in surrounding areas, authorities warned.

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    The shooting was contained and the school was evacuated, but explosive devices have also been found at the school and in surrounding areas, authorities warned.

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  • Former Husker player Randy Stella outside Omaha bar

    Former Husker player Randy Stella shot outside Omaha bar

    Former Husker player Randy Stella outside Omaha bar

    OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - A man who played football for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and for the University of Nebraska at Omaha has been shot outside a bar in Omaha. Randy Stella was taken to Creighton University Medical Center-Bergan Mercy after the shooting late Wednesday night in the parking lot of the IceHouse Sports Bar. Police say he was shot in a side of his face. No arrests have been reported. His mother says that he's expected to recover. Stella played linebacker on the Li...

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    OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - A man who played football for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and for the University of Nebraska at Omaha has been shot outside a bar in Omaha. Randy Stella was taken to Creighton University Medical Center-Bergan Mercy after the shooting late Wednesday night in the parking lot of the IceHouse Sports Bar. Police say he was shot in a side of his face. No arrests have been reported. His mother says that he's expected to recover. Stella played linebacker on the Li...

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  • Two arrested after being stopped for stolen license plates

    Two arrested after being stopped for stolen license plates

    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  39-year-old Brian Bowder and 25-year-old Heather Bodfield were arrested early Thursday morning on drugs and weapons charges.  Police said the two were stopped for having a stolen license plate.  After the stop, police searched the vehicle and found a digital scale with meth residue and a 4-inch-long knife in Bodfield's purse.  Bowder was arrested for possession of a controlled substance.  Bodfield was a...More >>
    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  39-year-old Brian Bowder and 25-year-old Heather Bodfield were arrested early Thursday morning on drugs and weapons charges.  Police said the two were stopped for having a stolen license plate.  After the stop, police searched the vehicle and found a digital scale with meth residue and a 4-inch-long knife in Bodfield's purse.  Bowder was arrested for possession of a controlled substance.  Bodfield was a...More >>
  • Five cars broken into in YMCA parking lots

    Five cars broken into in YMCA parking lots

    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Police are once again reminding you to lock your cars and remove all valuables. This comes after three cars were broken into in the Cooper YMCA parking lot, and two were broken into in the Fallbrook YMCA lot.  The crimes happened between 5:00- 6:00 a.m. Thursday.  Police said several windows were broken, and purses and other personal items were taken. The loss totals several hundred dollars.  This is a commo...

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    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Police are once again reminding you to lock your cars and remove all valuables. This comes after three cars were broken into in the Cooper YMCA parking lot, and two were broken into in the Fallbrook YMCA lot.  The crimes happened between 5:00- 6:00 a.m. Thursday.  Police said several windows were broken, and purses and other personal items were taken. The loss totals several hundred dollars.  This is a commo...

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  • Truck, tools stolen from concrete company parking lot

    Truck, tools stolen from concrete company parking lot

    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  A 2006 Chevy Silverado with several tools inside was stolen overnight Wednesday.  Police said it was taken from R & C Concrete, located near South 7th and Calvert Street. The victim said the truck's keys weren't missing from the business, so police aren't sure how the suspect took it.  The loss totals more than $31,000.More >>
    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  A 2006 Chevy Silverado with several tools inside was stolen overnight Wednesday.  Police said it was taken from R & C Concrete, located near South 7th and Calvert Street. The victim said the truck's keys weren't missing from the business, so police aren't sure how the suspect took it.  The loss totals more than $31,000.More >>
  • Shooting at Trump golf course in Florida

    Shooting at Trump golf course in Florida

    Shooting at Trump golf course in Florida

    DORAL, Fla. (AP)  A police chief says the shooting suspect at the Trump National Doral resort in south Florida tried to ``ambush'' officers, but lost a gunfight with them. Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez told news reporters Friday morning that the man who entered a lobby at the resort draped a flag over the counter fired shots upward at the ceiling and waited for police to arrive. He says officers from Doral and Miami-Dade were met ``with an individual with a handgun.'' H...

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    DORAL, Fla. (AP)  A police chief says the shooting suspect at the Trump National Doral resort in south Florida tried to ``ambush'' officers, but lost a gunfight with them. Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez told news reporters Friday morning that the man who entered a lobby at the resort draped a flag over the counter fired shots upward at the ceiling and waited for police to arrive. He says officers from Doral and Miami-Dade were met ``with an individual with a handgun.'' H...

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  • Body of missing angler recovered in northeast Nebraska

    Body of missing angler recovered in northeast Nebraska

    Body of missing angler recovered in northeast Nebraska

    SANTEE, Neb. (AP) - Authorities say they've recovered the body of a man missing since he and his girlfriend accidentally drove off a cliff into the water near where the Missouri River flows into Lewis and Clark Lake in northeast Nebraska. Boaters spotted the body of 39-year-old Arturo Rouillard on Wednesday, about 4 miles (7 kilometers) east of the Santee boat dock. The body was taken to shore by noon. Authorities say Rouillard and 41-year-old Adrienne Denney had been night fishing ...More >>
    SANTEE, Neb. (AP) - Authorities say they've recovered the body of a man missing since he and his girlfriend accidentally drove off a cliff into the water near where the Missouri River flows into Lewis and Clark Lake in northeast Nebraska. Boaters spotted the body of 39-year-old Arturo Rouillard on Wednesday, about 4 miles (7 kilometers) east of the Santee boat dock. The body was taken to shore by noon. Authorities say Rouillard and 41-year-old Adrienne Denney had been night fishing ...More >>
  • Survey shows improving economy rural parts of 10 states

    Survey shows improving economy rural parts of 10 states

    Survey shows improving economy rural parts of 10 states

    OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - A monthly survey of bankers shows that the economy is slowly improving in rural parts of 10 Plains and Western states. Creighton University economist Ernie Goss says that while commodity prices have improved recently, they remain below breakeven for a large share of grain farmers. The overall Rural Mainstreet index slipped slightly to 56.3 in May, up from 53.5 in April. It's the highest level since July 2013. Any score above 50 suggests a growing economy in the mo...

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    OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - A monthly survey of bankers shows that the economy is slowly improving in rural parts of 10 Plains and Western states. Creighton University economist Ernie Goss says that while commodity prices have improved recently, they remain below breakeven for a large share of grain farmers. The overall Rural Mainstreet index slipped slightly to 56.3 in May, up from 53.5 in April. It's the highest level since July 2013. Any score above 50 suggests a growing economy in the mo...

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  • One person dead after accident south of Beatrice

    One person dead after accident south of Beatrice

    One person dead after accident south of Beatrice

    BEATRICE, Neb. (AP) - Authorities say one person died and another was injured in a collision just south of Beatrice in southeast Nebraska. Firefighters, medics and deputies were sent to a U.S. Highway 77 intersection Wednesday afternoon. Deputies say it's unclear what happened, other than a northbound pickup truck on the highway collided with a westbound sport utility vehicle. Authorities say the SUV driver was pronounced dead at the scene. The other driver was injured. Their name...

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    BEATRICE, Neb. (AP) - Authorities say one person died and another was injured in a collision just south of Beatrice in southeast Nebraska. Firefighters, medics and deputies were sent to a U.S. Highway 77 intersection Wednesday afternoon. Deputies say it's unclear what happened, other than a northbound pickup truck on the highway collided with a westbound sport utility vehicle. Authorities say the SUV driver was pronounced dead at the scene. The other driver was injured. Their name...

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  • CHI Health donates to help LPS prevent violence

    CHI Health donates to help LPS prevent violence

    On Thursday, CHI Health donated $33,000 worth of curriculum to all 12 LPS middle schools.

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    On Thursday, CHI Health donated $33,000 worth of curriculum to all 12 LPS middle schools.

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  • Cirque Du Soleil at Pinnacle Bank Arena

    Cirque Du Soleil at Pinnacle Bank Arena

    Cirque Du Soleil at Pinnacle Bank Arena

    51 performers will take to the stage to perform Corteo, the story of a clown dreaming about his funeral.

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    51 performers will take to the stage to perform Corteo, the story of a clown dreaming about his funeral.

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  • Summer camp programs can keep children occupied and educated

    Summer camp programs can keep children occupied and educated

    School is quickly coming to an end, which means children all across the nation will have a lot more free time on their hands. That's something most children are excited about, but parents may be dreading; so what can be done to keep the young ones occupied.

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    School is quickly coming to an end, which means children all across the nation will have a lot more free time on their hands. That's something most children are excited about, but parents may be dreading; so what can be done to keep the young ones occupied.

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  • Lincoln Fire and Rescue invests to buy drone

    Lincoln Fire and Rescue invests to buy drone

    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News Lincoln firefighters could soon have a whole new perspective on the dynamic scenes they work, with the help of a drone that can fly through wind, rain and snow and assist in many situations. Battalion Chief Eric Jones, who will be in charge of the drone program, says its technology they've wanted to invest in for years. "Any type of technology that can save lives and any technology that can improve the safety of our firefight...

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    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News Lincoln firefighters could soon have a whole new perspective on the dynamic scenes they work, with the help of a drone that can fly through wind, rain and snow and assist in many situations. Battalion Chief Eric Jones, who will be in charge of the drone program, says its technology they've wanted to invest in for years. "Any type of technology that can save lives and any technology that can improve the safety of our firefight...

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  • Three story, 46-room hotel breaks ground in Hastings

    Three story, 46-room hotel breaks ground in Hastings

    Three story, 46-room hotel breaks ground in Hastings

    A newer hotel company, My Place Hotels, is making its way to Hastings. 

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    A newer hotel company, My Place Hotels, is making its way to Hastings. 

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  • Omaha Police visit pediatric patients at Nebraska Medicine

    Omaha Police visit pediatric patients at Nebraska Medicine

    Omaha Police visit pediatric patients at Nebraska Medicine

    Pediatric Patients at Nebraska Medicine had some special visitors drop by for a surprise Wednesay afternoon .  

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    Pediatric Patients at Nebraska Medicine had some special visitors drop by for a surprise Wednesay afternoon .  

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  • Nebraska Attorney General's Office releases advice on robocalls

    Nebraska Attorney General's Office releases advice on robocalls

    Nebraska Attorney General's Office releases advice on robocalls

    Early this week we told you about an increase in robocall throughout Lincoln and the nation. Now Attorney General Doug Peterson's office is giving advice on how to handle them. Here's the official statement: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 16, 2018 Stopping Unwanted Robocalls Robocalls are an ongoing topic of conversation in Nebraska, leaving consumers wondering what they can do to stop this annoyance. Stopping illegal robocalls has been deemed a top consumer protection priority by t...

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    Early this week we told you about an increase in robocall throughout Lincoln and the nation. Now Attorney General Doug Peterson's office is giving advice on how to handle them. Here's the official statement: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 16, 2018 Stopping Unwanted Robocalls Robocalls are an ongoing topic of conversation in Nebraska, leaving consumers wondering what they can do to stop this annoyance. Stopping illegal robocalls has been deemed a top consumer protection priority by t...

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  • Voter turnout less than hoped; two state races may be poised for recount

    Voter turnout less than hoped; two state races may be poised for recount

    Voter turnout less than hoped; two state races may be poised for recount

    Despite outstanding voter turnout in a number of counties, statewide turnout fell below 25 percent based on preliminary totals from the primary election. 

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    Despite outstanding voter turnout in a number of counties, statewide turnout fell below 25 percent based on preliminary totals from the primary election. 

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  • High School students build Lincoln home

    High School students build Lincoln home

    High School students build Lincoln home

    Thirteen students at Northeast High School are being honored for helping build a house right in Lincoln. The Lincoln Housing Authority is helping a family on public housing assistance move in.

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    Thirteen students at Northeast High School are being honored for helping build a house right in Lincoln. The Lincoln Housing Authority is helping a family on public housing assistance move in.

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  • Ride of Silence pays tribute, spreads awareness

    Ride of Silence pays tribute, spreads awareness

    On Wednesday, dozens of cyclists quietly rode 10 miles around the Capital City as part of the annual Ride of Silence. 

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    On Wednesday, dozens of cyclists quietly rode 10 miles around the Capital City as part of the annual Ride of Silence. 

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  • Report says number of Lincoln homeless down over 50 percent since 2012

    Report says number of Lincoln homeless down over 50 percent since 2012

    Report says number of Lincoln homeless down over 50 percent since 2012

    According to the Lincoln Homeless Coalition, the number of people considered homeless in the capital city dropped 54% between 2012 and 2018. 

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    According to the Lincoln Homeless Coalition, the number of people considered homeless in the capital city dropped 54% between 2012 and 2018. 

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  • Law enforcement carry torch of hope for Special Olympics

    Law enforcement carry torch of hope for Special Olympics

    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Law enforcement officers from seven different agencies traded in uniforms for running shoes Wednesday.   The came together, to carry the torch of hope and kick-off the 2018 Special Olympics summer games. "Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt,” said Christian Beard, Special Olympics Athlete. This year marks 50 years of the Special Olympics, but Carolyn Chamberlin, CEO of Nebras...

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    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  Law enforcement officers from seven different agencies traded in uniforms for running shoes Wednesday.   The came together, to carry the torch of hope and kick-off the 2018 Special Olympics summer games. "Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt,” said Christian Beard, Special Olympics Athlete. This year marks 50 years of the Special Olympics, but Carolyn Chamberlin, CEO of Nebras...

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  • Leadership Lincoln Forum discusses how to prevent Mass Violence

    Leadership Lincoln Forum discusses how to prevent Mass Violence

    Today the group Leadership Lincoln held a forum open to the public, it was to discuss how to prevent mass violence here. 

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    Today the group Leadership Lincoln held a forum open to the public, it was to discuss how to prevent mass violence here. 

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  • Northeast Elementary School in Kearney walls are covered in memories

    Northeast Elementary School in Kearney walls are covered in memories

    Northeast Elementary School in Kearney walls are covered in memories

    Former and current students, faculty and parents are writing messages of memories, thank you notes and drawings on the walls which will be torn down.

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    Former and current students, faculty and parents are writing messages of memories, thank you notes and drawings on the walls which will be torn down.

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  • UPDATE: Teen found in creek now in awake

    UPDATE: Teen found in creek now in awake

    UPDATE: Teen found in creek now in awake

    Police say she is now awake and expected to make a full recovery. The Parkview Christian student was found unconscious but breathing. Two people who were walking by found her in the water. 

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    Police say she is now awake and expected to make a full recovery. The Parkview Christian student was found unconscious but breathing. Two people who were walking by found her in the water. 

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  • Home invasion burglary in West Lincoln

    Home invasion burglary in West Lincoln

    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  A second home invasion burglary in Lincoln, reported in just as many days.  A home near NW 48th and W Adams was broken into around 3:00 a.m. Tuesday.  The 27-year-old victim living there reported three to four masked men forced their way into the home.  One guarded her and took her cell phone while the others stole electronics, jewelry and a television.  The loss was $350. She wasn't hurt.  Police...More >>
    Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  A second home invasion burglary in Lincoln, reported in just as many days.  A home near NW 48th and W Adams was broken into around 3:00 a.m. Tuesday.  The 27-year-old victim living there reported three to four masked men forced their way into the home.  One guarded her and took her cell phone while the others stole electronics, jewelry and a television.  The loss was $350. She wasn't hurt.  Police...More >>
  • Woman transported after being hit by car in crosswalk

    Update: Woman transported after being hit by car in crosswalk

    Update: Woman transported after being hit by car in crosswalk

    A witness told Channel 8 Eyewitness News that the woman was in a crosswalk and had a walk signal at the time she was hit. 

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    A witness told Channel 8 Eyewitness News that the woman was in a crosswalk and had a walk signal at the time she was hit. 

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  • Meet The Channel 8 Eyewitness News Anchor TeamNews Team BiosMore>>

  • Channel 8 Eyewitness News Anchor

    Rod Fowler

    Rod Fowler

    Rod Fowler grew up on a small farm near Tama, Iowa, which is between Cedar Rapids and Des Moines. As a child he helped his family raise cattle and make hay.

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    Rod Fowler grew up on a small farm near Tama, Iowa.

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  • Channel 8 Eyewitness News Anchor

    Megan Conway

    Megan Conway

    Megan is from Indianola, Nebraska. “From the time I could talk, I was on a stage singing, acting dancing or giving speeches”, Megan remembers. She loved helping out on the farm and visiting her Grandma Sina, who was one of the most important and influential people in her life.

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    Megan is from Indianola, Nebraska. “From the time I could talk, I was on a stage singing, acting dancing or giving speeches”, Megan remembers. She loved helping out on the farm and visiting her Grandma Sina, who was one of the most important and influential people in her life.

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  • Channel 8 Eyewitness News Anchor

    Nolan Crane

    Nolan Crane

    Nolan grew up in Oakland, CA., where he played Little League Baseball, achieved the rank of Eagle Scout and enjoyed camping. He says that he also enjoyed watching the news with his family.

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    Nolan grew up in Oakland, CA., where he played Little League Baseball, achieved the rank of Eagle Scout and enjoyed camping. He says that he also enjoyed watching the news with his family.

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  • The Channel 8 Eyewitness News On-Air StaffLearn more about your favorite Channel 8 Eyewitness News On-Air PersonalitiesMore>>

  • Bayley Bischof

    Bayley Bischof

    Bayley is from Waverly. NE.  She remembers always writing stories, writing was always my favorite subject in school.  As soon as she took her first journalism class as a sophomore in high school, she knew what she wanted to do with her life.

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    Bayley is from Waverly. NE.  She remembers always writing stories, writing was always my favorite subject in school.  As soon as she took her first journalism class as a sophomore in high school, she knew what she wanted to do with her life.

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  • Brent BonFleur

    Brent BonFleur

    Brent is from Daytona Beach, FL.  His journey into broadcast journalism started when he took a tour of the television station where his aunt worked and he fell in love.  He graduated from the College of Journalism at UNL.

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    Brent is from Daytona Beach, FL.  His journey into broadcast journalism started when he took a tour of the television station where his aunt worked and he fell in love.  He graduated from the College of Journalism at UNL.

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  • BriAna Campbell

    BriAna Campbell

    BriAna is from Emmetsburg, Iowa, a town of approximately 3800 people.  She says that Lincoln is the biggest city in which she’s lived.  Growing up, she admits to have been a huge music geek.  

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    BriAna is from Emmetsburg, Iowa, a town of approximately 3800 people.  She says that Lincoln is the biggest city in which she’s lived.  Growing up, she admits to have been a huge music geek.  

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  • Uber ends self-driving program in Arizona after fatal crash

    Uber ends self-driving program in Arizona after fatal crash

    Thursday, May 24 2018 5:37 PM EDT2018-05-24 21:37:11 GMT
    Uber is ending its operation of self-driving cars in Arizona more than two months after a woman was struck and killed by one of its vehicles.More >>
    Uber is ending its operation of self-driving cars in Arizona more than two months after a woman was struck and killed by one of its vehicles.More >>
  • California high court to rule on social media access

    California high court to rule on social media access

    Thursday, May 24 2018 5:36 PM EDT2018-05-24 21:36:56 GMT
    (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File). FILE - In this June 11, 2014, file photo, a man walks past a mural in an office on the Facebook campus in Menlo Park, Calif. The California Supreme Court will decide whether Facebook and other social media companies must tur...(AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File). FILE - In this June 11, 2014, file photo, a man walks past a mural in an office on the Facebook campus in Menlo Park, Calif. The California Supreme Court will decide whether Facebook and other social media companies must tur...
    The California Supreme Court will decide whether Facebook and other social media companies must turn over user content to criminal defendants preparing for trial.More >>
    The California Supreme Court will decide whether Facebook and other social media companies must turn over user content to criminal defendants preparing for trial.More >>
  • Trump administration defends Keystone XL pipeline in court

    Trump administration defends Keystone XL pipeline in court

    Thursday, May 24 2018 5:36 PM EDT2018-05-24 21:36:06 GMT
    (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, file). FILE - This March 24, 2017, file photo shows President Donald Trump, flanked by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, left, and Energy Secretary Rick Perry, announcing the approval of a permit to build the Keystone XL pipeline, c...(AP Photo/Evan Vucci, file). FILE - This March 24, 2017, file photo shows President Donald Trump, flanked by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, left, and Energy Secretary Rick Perry, announcing the approval of a permit to build the Keystone XL pipeline, c...
    Attorneys for the Trump administration are due in a Montana courtroom Thursday to defend the approval of TransCanada's disputed Keystone XL oil sands pipeline project.More >>
    Attorneys for the Trump administration are due in a Montana courtroom Thursday to defend the approval of TransCanada's disputed Keystone XL oil sands pipeline project.More >>
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  • Entertainment for the week of May 14th

    Rook's Roundup

    Rook's Roundup

     Click to check out the latest area entertainment news from Bob Rook.  You can also see Rook's Roundup every Thursday on the Channel 8 Eyewitness News Midday and Channel 8 Eyewitness News at Five.

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    Here's the Roundup!

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