Internet trolls and white supremacy groups have tried to turn the OK sign into a symbol of white power, claiming the three fingers up form a W and the circle and wrist form a P. Now, Herbie’s left hand shows “we’re No. 1.”
Lawyers representing LPS and the former social studies teacher presented arguments during a nearly two-hour special meeting before the board.
LPS’ decision to temporarily close school on Fridays has forced child care centers already stretched thin by the pandemic and parents to make last-minute arrangements to care for students who would otherwise be in school.
Mana Games, which opened at 701 P St. earlier this month, boasts a collection of more than 800 games and counting. But one of the owners wants customers to know they are just as focused on the café aspect as the games.
The AltEn environmental disaster nearly spread far wider late last year as operators of the shuttered biofuel plant attempted to sell contaminated solid waste in the form of biochar to a Kansas landowner who planned to spread the waste on fields north of Topeka.
If Nebraska can't win at least a couple of games in this stretch, it would be almost impossible to argue that the Huskers are making any progress.
Though Lancaster County District Judge Robert Otte ruled in favor of the union, he was clear that his decision didn't mean HHS couldn't ban jeans in the future.
Nebraska now will try to make a move back up the Big Ten standings during a favorable stretch of its schedule.
After the issue has been shelved for nearly a decade, the City Council will be asked to consider a broader fairness ordinance, a revision of the city code dealing with equal opportunity including sexual orientation and gender identity protections.
A transportation employee noticed the student walking through a parking lot at the district's bus yard Tuesday morning.
More from the AD, and the next stop on Nebraska's recruiting tour being a talent-rich area the Huskers have struggled to gain a foothold in lately.
Prosecutors and law enforcement officers objected to proposed sentencing reforms included in a Nebraska bill that aims to reduce prison overcrowding and recidivism.
The number of virus hospitalizations exceeds the level that was supposed to trigger new restrictions from the state, but Gov. Pete Ricketts said those aren’t needed because hospitals are already limiting surgeries to preserve capacity.
When officers arrived to the house, they heard a woman screaming inside, and later found the 32-year-old with multiple stab wounds. In the basement, they found a 37-year-old man hanging.
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John Stamos reflected on his final meeting with Bob Saget, who was found dead Jan. 9 at 65, in a tribute to his longtime friend and 'Full House' co-star.
If you get the impression that Tina’s Café is a special place, you wouldn’t be wrong. In addition to its tasty breakfast and lunch offerings, Tina and Sue are not above adding an extra helping of fun and frivolity for customers.
Just like the licenses that allow us to drive an automobile and fish from Nebraska's many waterways, permits are an essential part of society.
While conservative politicians have said publicly they believe the state’s elections are secure, several lawmakers have proposed measures to tighten elections in the Cornhusker State. Many of those bills had public hearings Wednesday.
The Catholic nuns who started St. Elizabeth in 1889 hailed from Colorado Springs but were invited and sponsored by the Lincoln Diocese to come to Nebraska in run the hospital, according to the Diocese.
As Trev Alberts and the Nebraska Athletic Department begins to sift through survey results, one change to Memorial Stadium is coming immediately.
Quiet by nature, Franklin likes to let her play on the basketball court do the talking: "We just kind of call her the silent assassin."
State, local, tribal and federal partners will work together to track, apprehend and bring criminal charges against Nebraska's most prolific drug traffickers at a time when meth seized in Lincoln is 16 times larger than five years ago.
The United States District Court for the Central District of California, where the Nebraska Congressman is being tried, has suspended all jury trials through Feb. 28 due to a surge of COVID-19 cases there.
Case numbers increased less than 2% last week, but Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Director Pat Lopez said that's partially due to a decline in testing because of test site closures.
Two aircraft from Offutt Air Force Base’s 55th Wing are part of a growing wave of reconnaissance aircraft flying just beyond the Russian frontier, watching and listening for signs of war.
Foxtail Meadows, to be built at South Folsom Street and West Pioneers Boulevard, would have about 650 units, more than a quarter of which would be reserved for low-income renters.
Here's what the Journal Star learned about the Dragons' vacated title in four parts: the transfer, the complaint, the ruling and the aftermath.
Sgt. Chris Vigil said Wednesday's theft from Jo-Ann Fabric & Crafts was the fifth theft like it within a year.
The amendment would cover virtually all employers, not just those with 20 or more employees. And it would apply only to the COVID-19 vaccine, not all vaccine mandates.
Sen. Lou Ann Linehan, sponsor of the corporate tax reduction plan, said the reductions would attract businesses and talent to Nebraska. One opponent said the plan would "disproportionately benefit the highest-paid Nebraskans."
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