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Topic - Lincoln
A new policy developed by the mayor's staff will guide the use and rental of the city's suite at the Pinnacle Bank Arena, which opened last fall on the west side of downtown Lincoln.
An estimated 1,000 Nebraskans will receive insurance coverage for autism therapies under a new state law.
Better technology may be allowing the Nebraska State Patrol to save money by consolidating six centers down to three, but questions are being raised about whether dispatchers will know what they need to about each area of the state.
Ford Motor Co. on Sunday unveiled a new Escort sedan designed in China for global sale at a Beijing auto show that highlighted the growing influence of Chinese tastes on the industry.
The city is considering tearing down Lincoln's 57-year-old auditorium, the Pershing Center, to make way for redevelopment.
Lincoln's city council will soon decide whether to lease land for a new police shooting range, but the city's police chief has a bigger project in mind.
Gov. Dave Heineman is seeking candidates for the newly expanded Natural Resources Commission.
An inmate has sued the Nebraska prison system, saying a new policy denies him the ability to visit with or write to his wife, who is also incarcerated.
Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman says he plans to sign a bill that would require some health insurers to offer coverage for autism screenings and therapy.
Nebraska's preliminary unemployment rate inched up a tenth of a point to hit 3.7 percent in March, but the state's jobless rate remains one of the lowest in the nation, according to a state report released Friday.
A 29-year-old man has pleaded not guilty to secretly recording images of women changing clothes in a Lincoln restaurant employee locker room.
Nebraska's football game at Fresno State on Sept. 13 will be televised by CBS Sports Network with kickoff set for 9:30 p.m. CDT.
Nebraska lawmakers finish 2014 session marked by tax, prison, water reforms and filibusters.
Authorities in Lincoln say a toddler was not hurt after getting stuck inside a claw crane machine at a bowling alley.
A Nebraska civil liberties group is representing a Lincoln man arrested by police last month for handing out religious pamphlets outside Lincoln's Pinnacle Bank Arena.
"I've never had a hard time going to work. It's been great and I've enjoyed it, every minute of it," he said.
After the Civil War and during his second inaugural, President Lincoln pledged, "To care for him who shall have borne the battle and