2015 was a historic year for Nebraska in many ways. Here are 10 of the top news stories for the year.
Obama announced the rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline during a late-morning news conference, citing the urgency of climate change. He appeared with Secretary of State John Kerry and Vice President Joe Biden, saying the pipeline would have neither been the economic silver bullet proponents said in terms of job creation and lower gas prices nor the environmental disaster opponents claimed.
Two lifetimes spent fighting for gay marriage culminated Friday in a quiet, two-story home near East Campus.
The evacuation was voluntary Thursday night, but law enforcement and fire and rescue teams were there to offer rides to higher ground to those…
Mike Riley's offense will "blend some stuff," according to coordinator Danny Langsdorf. At last, we'll know what that means, Steven M. Sipple writes.
A series of gunshots roused neighbors early Sunday as Lincoln's nearly year-long stretch without a homicide came to an end.
Two Lincoln police officers were wounded but are expected to survive, and one man was killed in what started as a traffic stop in northeast Li…