Updated: 3:35 pm Lisa McMeen started work at The Cornhusker in January 1984, just a month after the newly rebuilt hotel opened, replacing the old hotel that was imploded in February 1982. She still remembers her employee number: 314.
She had expected the news Monday but it didn’t come and the waiting went on until Eileen Durgin-Clinchard turned on her television Friday morning.
Local firefighters and fire investigators are gearing up for the Fourth of July and and crossing their fingers last year won't repeat itself.
Updated: 3:40 pm Shortly after Karter Gomez came into the world kicking and crying as most infants do, doctors noticed his right foot. On the otherwise healthy 6-pound, 8-ounce boy, the right foot faced backward.
Finding land to build a home in the state's fastest growing city can be tough.
New Pornography purveyor and strip club owner Shane Harrington has filed a $125 million lawsuit against Seward County seeking to force local offic…
Updated A former Richardson County Sheriff's deputy who accidentally shot himself about a year ago and then lied about it has been charged with felony…
The Supreme Court has ruled Obamacare is here to stay ("Ashford: Let's do a bipartisan fix now," June 25). Who do the Republican members of Nebraska's congressional delegation think they are?
Range of cash grain prices paid to farmers by country elevators in the Lincoln area as of 4 p.m. Thursday:
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- 2 Former teacher sent to prison for sex with student
- 3 How does that Husker brand play?
- 4 Did famous comedian steal Lincoln man's joke?
- 5 Cindy Lange-Kubick: Love wins, a bittersweet day for a mom
- 6 Parents become advocates after baby is born with rare condition
- 7 Seven hurt in explosion at West Point Sapp Bros.
- 8 Blackshirts before Labor Day
- 9 Langsdorf likes receiver options, but knows much work ahead
- 10 Three women still in contention for appointment to state Supreme Court