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Formerly the township of Lancaster, Lincoln was renamed after the Civil War and became not only the capital but also the home to the University of Nebraska. The state and the University dominate the local employment market and the city is consistently named one of the best cities to live in the country.
Local Newspapers: Lincoln News Papers
Local Sports Teams: Nebraska Cornhuskers
Local Colleges: University of Nebraska Union College Southeast Community College
Zip Codes associated with lincoln, nebraska:
68336 68430 68502 68503 68504 68505 68506 68507 68508 68510 68512 68514 68516 68517 68520 68521 68522 68523 68524 68526 68528
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Lincoln Man Falls Victim to Inheritance Scam
On Monday, a Lincoln man told police he was the victim of an inheritance scam. The man said he received an email claiming he had inherited 8.5 million dollars, and the man started corresponding with the person.One Teen Arrested and Charged for Beating Other Teen Unconscious
A 19-year-old man was rushed to the hospital after another 19-year-old assaulted him at 1324 S 11th Street just before midnight yesterday. Lincoln Police and Lincoln Fire and Rescue responded to the home Monday night on a report of a belated home invasion robbery.LPD Anticipating An Increase In Larcenies
You are being reminded by the Lincoln Police Department to lock your vehicles and do not leave valuables inside, as larcenies from autos are expected to increase over the next few weeks. Chief Jeff Bliemeister told KFOR News they are anticipating an increase in the number of larcenies from autos, based on historical data the last three years.Suspect Wanted In Three Shots Fired Cases
A bullet hole after shots were fired near 12th and "H" early on Monday, April 23, 2018. The search is on for a 34-year-old man, who apparently was firing off gunshots across Lincoln from Sunday night into Monday morning.Third Arrest Made In Lincoln Homicide
Scene of the March 26, 2018 shooting death of 22-year-old Edgar Union, Junior near 47th and Stockwell. Photo by Deb Swanson, Alpha Media A 16-year-old that authorities believe pulled the trigger in the shooting death of a Lincoln man on March 26 has been arrested in Gulfport, Mississippi.Recent editorials published in Nebraska newspapers
Nebraska lawmakers had notable unanimity by voting 49-0 to approve sensible requirements for payday lenders, under Legislative Bill 194 by State Sen. Tony Vargas of Omaha.Scammers Target Two Lincoln Men On Dating Site
Two cases of a scammer calling and pretending to be a Lincoln Police officer, after two men got a nude photo of an unknown woman through a text. Lincoln Police say 45-year-old man called on Friday and told them he contacted a woman on MeetMe.com.Nelly, Juvenile to play in Lincoln
Mammoth Live, The Bourbon Theatre, and SMG-Lincoln announced today that two-time Grammy-Award winning rapper, singer, songwriter, and actor Nelly will perform at the 2018 Lincoln on the Streets concert series on Saturday, June 30. The concert will be held at Centennial Mall and M Street in Downtown Lincoln with special guest Juvenile. Recognized multiple times over the last decade, Nelly has had chart-topping hits in three different genres, with the remix "Cruise" winning Billboard's Top Country Song in 2014.Nelly to headline Lincoln on the Streets
Mammoth Live, The Bourbon Theatre, and SMG-Lincoln announced Monday that two-time Grammy-Award winning rapper, singer, songwriter, and actor Nelly on Saturday, June 30. The concert will be held at Centennial Mall and M Street in Downtown Lincoln with special guest Juvenile. Recognized multiple times over the last decade, Nelly has had chart-topping hits in three different genres, with the remix "Cruise" winning Billboard's Top Country Song in 2014.Police Arrest Weatherman in Studio
After a whole lot of snow and irregularly low temperatures, a lot of people thought that spring was never going to arrive. Police in Lincoln Nebraska took it upon themselves to figure out what was happening.Bob Marley in the classroom
COME summer, the works of reggae king Bob Marley is making its way into the classrooms of University of Nebraska. According to the Daily Nebraskan , Dr Kwame Dawes will be teaching a section of English 207: Reading Popular Literature that will focus on Bob Marley's lyrics.Jim McKee: Lincoln's 'other' public high school
When the new Teachers' College Building was constructed at the very eastern edge of the University of Nebraska it also contained the old Temple High School, whose name was then changed to Teachers' High School.Protester faces charges for vandalism at NRA lobbyist's home
Court records show Patricia Hill of Lincoln, Nebraska, has been charged with misdemeanor destruction of property outside the home of NRA lobbyist Chris Cox. Alexandria Police spokeswoman Crystal Nosal said Friday the home was targeted in two separate incidents stretching back to last fall.Rodeo Week Proclamation
Governor Ricketts joined members of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Rodeo Association on horseback to proclaim Rodeo Week in Nebraska ahead of the 60 at the Lancaster County Event Center.Nebraska jobless rate unchanged at 2.8 percent in March
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This week, the Nebraska Agricultural Youth Council will introduce elementary-school students in the city to life on the farm. The NAYC's annual Urban Youth Farm Tour connects students from Lincoln with nearby farmers and ranchers so the children can experience agriculture up close and learn how food is produced.Another Round Of UNL Budget Cuts Proposed
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor Ronnie Green has proposed budget reductions for 2018-19 that will eliminate two academic programs and at least 18 faculty and staff positions, as well as funds used to retain faculty and support academic programs. The seven proposals, totaling $2.9 million, are in response to the 1% reduction in state support for the university, approved by the Legislature and signed by the governor earlier this month.
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