1011 Cares

Battle of the Badges continues Tuesday

Solidarity vigil for Charlottesville planned in downtown Lincoln

African Children's Choir performing in Lincoln

Lincoln Play Day at Woods Park announced

Diaper drive Friday & Saturday at Lincoln Walmart stores

Police give 12-year-old girl a ticket after driving without a license

Thrift store celebrates 10 years of business and giving back

Haymarket in White returns for third year with "love" theme

A fallen Korean War hero is returning home to Nebraska

Celtic Gathering to change venue, date for 2018

City and LHA seek input on fair housing

Strategic Air Command museum to hold Family Fun Carnival

Lincoln teens win scholarships for Duck Tape prom fashion

Broadcasters Unite For Life Blood Drive

City of Gering says it has to reject Croell land purchase offer

Homestead festival to feature old-time farming practices

SHS Drill Team garners more accolades, bid to NDA nationals

100 mph winds do damage in Arnold and Custer County

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August Events:
  • Spit Seeds for Proceeds, August 4: The Bay and Hear Nebraska are excited to present Spit Seeds for Proceeds: The Official Kickoff to Hear Lincoln. Come hang out at Tower Square and enjoy great local music, sweet treats, and lots of fun activities. You're encouraged to spit your watermelon seeds. Local celebrities will even compete against each other to see who can spit the distance! Watermelon is free and there's a suggested donation of $5. All of the money will be used to support The Bay and Hear Nebraska. Performances by Jack Hotel and Risky Clique. spitseeds.com.
  • Haymarket in White, August 4: Guests will dress in white, dine on gourmet picnic fare, and dance the night away at this fun summer event at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Cocktail hour is at 6:00 p.m. with dinner at 7:00 p.m. Music will be provided by High Heel. Learn more about the event and how to purchase tickets here.
September Events:
  • Husker Heroes, September 9: This great event is a chance for individuals with disabilities and their families to hang out with Husker athletes at Memorial Stadium. All ages and abilities are welcome. More information here.
October Events:
  • Go Red For Women Expo, October 12: Heart disease and stroke cause 1 in 3 deaths among women each year - more than all cancers combined. Hundreds will unite at this event to encourage women and their families to take action to live a healthier life. This year's event will be at the Cornhusker Marriott. Learn more and get tickets here.
  • Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, October 22: This walk raises awareness and funds to save lives from breast cancer. Held at Holmes Lake, it's a noncompetitive 3 to 5 mile walk that brings people together to make a difference for everyone who has been touched by breast cancer. Learn more and register your team here.