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Anderson was born with his intestines outside of his body, so he's in and out of the hospital all of the time. Still, he's on... [Read More]
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The Lincoln Public Schools Board of Education has formed the High School Task Force. The group looks for ways to improve high schools for current... [Read More]
There are up to 15 million people with food allergies. This rising trend is reflected on Nebraska's campus. The University has launched an allergy-free menu... [Read More]
Tyson Dennison has a rare form of chronic Leukemia, which means traditional chemotherapy doesn't help. Instead, pills specifically formulated for him -- are his lifeline.... [Read More]
The South Ridge Village project was vetoed by the Mayor, and city council members have not overridden his decision. [Read More]
As state officials take a closer look at alleged abuse by members of the Catholic Church in Nebraska, one of the accusers is shedding light... [Read More]
One person said he was abused by a priest in the Lincoln Diocese. He said he has faith in this investigation, because it will hopefully... [Read More]
Misty's pep rally tradition continues with the band, the cheerleaders, and Herbie Husker. [Read More]
A family in Lincoln is continuing to process the unimaginable. Their brother, uncle and friend, 36-year-old Zachary Francke, was electrocuted while trimming trees Wednesday.... [Read More]
More than 30 percent of University of Nebraska students are food-insecure -- meaning, they can't consistently get or afford enough food. Huskers Helping Huskers Pantry... [Read More]
In America, there are 30 million people with diabetes. Some need insulin. But with price hikes, it's becoming too expensive for the ones who need... [Read More]
Lobo's City Mex Market Convenience Store is expanding into its new location next door. The new market will be a larger version of the shop,... [Read More]
Kenny and Steve Helgeland, Maynard Helgeland's sons, said hopefully Tuesday will start a new chapter in their family's lives. [Read More]
Two to three women die every day in the U.S. from childbirth complications -- that's according to a women's health non-profit. One local mom shares... [Read More]
Lincoln's drinking water does not contain detectable levels of lead in its source water or after treatment, that's according to the City. But, it's the... [Read More]
People from the community talked about everything from parks to adding police officers for more than three hours. [Read More]
Through the power of social media, Tumbles was adopted Sunday from a couple who has another kitten who was tossed onto I-80 near Aurora. [Read More]
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Lincoln's Toys 'R' Us is one of the last 200 stores to shut its doors. Meanwhile, on the other side of town, a local toy... [Read More]
The City of Lincoln has postponed voting on a measure to support Lincoln's DREAMERS. The resolution would support the continuation of a policy, deferring deportation... [Read More]
Sales double or triple for the floral department in Hy-Vee. It's a place many go to find flowers for loved ones' memorials. [Read More]
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