Lincoln Police have arrested a man they say was driving at over 90 miles per hour just seconds before a crash that left a 20-year-old university marching band member dead.
Despite having their request for a pyrotechnics permit denied, a group of performers used fire in their show at the Bourbon Theatre, ultimately leading to a mass evacuation.
Two people were ejected from their vehicle following a rollover accident early Friday morning on I-80.
A Lincoln Police officer pepper sprayed two people in a disturbance at a downtown Lincoln bar Friday morning.
Students at Lincoln East put their art work on display Thursday.
Thursday night was the 11th annual Shot the Blocks event in downtown Lincoln.
Thursday was the first day school resource officers were on duty in the halls of Schoo Middle School.
Some workers were inspecting buses and changing oil, when they noticed one had caught on fire.
Nebraska Book Company, based in Lincoln, processes millions of college textbooks yearly. Thursday they announced a large expansion to their warehouse.
A Husker fan's wish was granted after the Illinois football game last weekend
This year, Lincoln students helped get their own Chromebooks ready, which gives them experience and saves Lincoln Public Schools thousands of dollars at the same time.
Losartan potassium hydrochlorothiazide, a combination blood pressure medication, is being recalled for the potential to cause cancer over an extended period of time.
Nearly six figures in damage reported at a Lincoln home after an electrical fire broke out Wednesday morning.
A warrant amnesty event held by county and city attorneys went well -- so they're considering doing more of them.
Lincoln Police had to shoot a man with a bean bag after an hours-long standoff, during which the man threatened to shoot officers.
CarePortal is announcing its expansion to Lincoln and Lancaster County today.
Construction on north 33rd from Cornhusker Hwy south to Madison Avenue is expected to last a little longer.
Six Lincoln Police Officers will begin their duties as School Resource Officers today.
Two women who were savagely beaten by an escaped Nebraska inmate in 2016 have filed a lawsuit claiming negligence on the part of officials.