The suspect — who remains at large — had witnessed an altercation between two men at the bus stop and shouted a racial slur toward them, police alleged.
Kody Berner was riding west on O Street at 5:40 p.m. Wednesday when he and a westbound SUV both began to merge into the middle lane, police said.
Two people were hospitalized Wednesday afternoon after a motorcycle crash near the intersection of O Street and Cotner Boulevard, according to the Lincoln Police Department.
One person was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries Wednesday afternoon after a stabbing near 11th and N streets.
Sallie Gilmer and her 16-year-old boyfriend, Isaac Honigschmidt, who is accused of aiding and abetting the murder, both made their first court appearances on the charges Wednesday afternoon.
As she turned onto 35th Street, the 18-year-old entered the path of a motorcyclist, who had been riding west on Cornhusker Highway. The biker died at the scene.
Dylan Will, 22, fled the scene in the immediate aftermath of the crash but returned 30 minutes later and told authorities he hadn't been driving, police alleged.
The 24-year-old was charged with two felonies stemming from the incident, which transpired late Saturday night on Eighth Street between P and Q streets, police said in court records.
After deliberating for less than two hours, the jury acquitted the 44-year-old at the end of a trial in U.S. District Court last week and the case against him was dismissed.
Sallie Gilmer had called police to report her 70-year-old father, Jesse Gilmer, was unconscious at 4 p.m. Monday, Police Chief Theresa Ewins said. When police arrived, they found him dead.
A search of the vehicle revealed 17 pounds of suspected cocaine and dozens of unknown pills. The substances were located in a hidden compartment in the rear of the vehicle.
Officers arrived shortly after 4 p.m. to find a man dead with injuries consistent with being caused by a bladed instrument, according to Assistant Chief Michon Morrow.
Prosecutors charged Patrick Burling on Monday with use of a firearm to commit a felony, possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, resisting arrest using a deadly weapon and terroristic threats.
Staff and students waited outside for about 45 minutes until the all-clear before stepping back inside, but school was canceled for the afternoon.
Lincoln Fire and Recue crews responded to the fourplex shortly after 10 a.m. Monday after children playing with a lighter had set an apartment unit on fire, officials said.
"To die at 20 years old, 21, 22 years old — it's too young to die," one neighbor said. "It's not right."
When police arrived, they found the man dead in the bathtub with wet blankets covering him and a "a strong odor of a chemical agent" inside the house, police said.
Jason Hernandez, who has been charged with first-degree assault and two felony weapons charges, was arrested and taken to the Lancaster County jail Friday.
Tabitha Viktora, 36, started her sentence in July 2020. She was serving a six- to 10-year sentence on an attempted robbery charge out of Douglas County.
Clinton Seabrook, 30, was arrested Tuesday and booked in the Lancaster County jail on suspicion of first-degree assault, child abuse, terroristic threats and first degree false-imprisonment.
Lincoln Police found "human remains" in a dumpster south of the Motel 6 earlier this month, but it's unclear if investigators have found all of Ronnie Patz's remains.
The victim and Joshua Larsen were involved in an intimate relationship, according to Lincoln Police. Larsen was arrested on suspicion of second-degree murder.
A man was arrested Wednesday after he fled from officers on foot when they tried to confront him about an alleged home invasion.
The Metro Area Fugitive Task Force arrested Dr. Scott E. Schmidt, 54, at his home Thursday morning without incident.
The independent report represents the most in-depth examination to date of the department's internal culture, but is rarely critical and provides limited data from employee surveys.
Danielle Zelazny was in downtown Lincoln for an appointment and failed to return to custody.
In the indictment, Assistant U.S. Attorney Lesley Woods said the four men sold drugs and possessed firearms in order to protect themselves from being robbed and shared and exchanged guns.
William T. Wright has now been formally arrested for the death of Ronnie Patz, a 49-year-old Lincoln man whose remains were found at a northwest Lincoln motel in early September.
"The defamatory statements posted by the three defendants have caused an irreparable harm to the plaintiffs," District Judge Ryan Post wrote in the order.
The victim reported that he was talking with a group of men when the 43-year-old approached him and, unprovoked, punched him several times in the face.