In order to serve you, our viewers, we must reach agreements with our local cable and satellite companies that bring our station to your home. We have been diligently negotiating with Dish Network to reach a fair deal. Unfortunately, Dish Network has refused to reach a fair deal with us. As a result, on January 17th at 6PM CT you could lose all programming. Don’t let Dish Network leave you with less than you are paying for. Use the information on to voice your opinion and learn about the choices you have, including switching providers and getting our station free over-the-air.

City of Lincoln street conditions update

Public Works reports that it has refocused all 20 city crews on the emergency snow routes, arterials, bus and school routes ahead of the rush hour traffic to lessen the chances of refreeze and slick spots during the morning commute.

KOLN/KGIN-TV and KSNB-TV, the local CBS and NBC affiliates found on Channels 10/11 and 4, today announced that pay-TV provider Dish Network has decided to stop carrying our programming at 6 p.m. Tuesday, January 17, 2017.

Over 140 people are still without power in the Lancaster County area, according to the Norris Public Power District, based in Beatrice.

What college kid couldn’t use some extra cash? One offer looked like a good deal for student at UNO. Too good, to be true.

Thousands of dollars in equipment stolen from sports broadcasting group

Weather causes rush for area emergency room

Volunteers work on flood-damaged home months after hurricane

Lincoln road condition update for Tuesday morning

Monday 10pm Forecast

An icy day at the zoo

Police fit preschool students with new bike helmets

An icy day at the Lincoln Children's Zoo

Police release images of robbers who hit Lincoln U-Stop

Ice storm turns Eppley Airfield into a ghost town

No injuries in fiery semi crash on I-80

Teen says stranger helped her when men tried to lure her into car

Mall security guard assaulted early Monday morning

Lincoln Police investigate reports of shots fired

Man killed in Otoe County collision, authorities say

Good Samaritans de-icing driveways for elderly, disabled

19-year-old woman killed in Waverly hit-and-run

Crews spread more than 1,000 tons of salt in ice storm

Ice melt going fast in Lincoln, local man helps out those who don't have any

UNO mourns loss of student killed in hit-and-run

Fatal deer disease found in Nebraska

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