Category Archives: KLIN News

Sen Sasse Comments on Russian Midterm Election Interference

Sen Sasse Comments on Russian Midterm Election Interference

Nebraska U.S. Senator Ben Sasse says that America needs to see what Vladimir Putin is doing. His comments follow the Department of Justice charging Elena Khusyaynova, of Russia with conspiracy to interfere with the 2018 U.S. elections. Senator Sasse, who is a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, says that election after election, Putin…Read more »

UPDATED: Homicide Investigation Underway After Lincoln Man Shot In The Chest, Dropped From Moving Vehicle

UPDATED: Homicide Investigation Underway After Lincoln Man Shot In The Chest, Dropped From Moving Vehicle

Lincoln police have declared a suspicious death reported Thursday evening a homicide. Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister says early reports indicated 42-year-old Stacy-Talbot either jumped or fell from a moving vehicle near the intersection of 14th and Judson. “Officers and Lincoln Fire and Rescue arrived within minutes, and began life-saving efforts,” says Bliemeister. “Mr. Talbot was transferred to…Read more »

Serving Hands Sculptures Going Up Around Lincoln in 2019

Serving Hands Sculptures Going Up Around Lincoln in 2019

You will be seeing 6 foot high “serving hands” sculptures around Lincoln in 2019. Project Director Liz Shea-McCoy tells KLIN News they are celebrating 50 years of Campus Life. Shea-McCoy says that hands were selected by Campus Life to exemplify the heart of service for Campus Life and thousnds of Lincoln citizens serving their community…Read more »

Antelope Creek Removed From Impaired Waters List

Antelope Creek Removed From Impaired Waters List

  The Environmental Protection Agency’s removal of Antelope Creek from the impaired waters list is heralded Thursday by city, state and local officials at a ceremony near the creek. Governor Ricetts says that removal is a big deal for citizens safety and further development.  He says that a 20-year long collaborative effort decreased e.coli levels in…Read more »

Frost Talks Culture and Injuries

Frost Talks Culture and Injuries

From the Hawks Championship Center Thursday afternoon, head coach Scott Frost spoke to the media. Frost continued his trend of praising his team’s practice work ethic, claiming that the Huskers practiced “better this week than last week again.” Frost believes there’s room for improvement, but ever since the Husker’s played the Boilermakers, things have changed…Read more »

Rare Illness that can Paralyze Children is Suspected in Nebraska

A rare illness that can paralyze children is suspected in one Nebraska case.   Health officials say they are investigating a possible case of the rare illness that can paralyze children in Douglas County. Infectious Disease Specialist in Nebraska Dr. Mark Rupp says it’s a mysterious disease, very rare and there’s a lot they don’t…Read more »

Garage Fire Overnight

Garage Fire Overnight

Fire causes $20,000 overnight to a garage at 52nd and Holdrege. The fire started outside of the garage and spread in to the eaves and attic space of the structure. Fire was caused by combustible materials too close to a grill that was used earlier.  Lincoln Fire put the fire out in minutes of arrival.Read more »