American and Nebraska flags are flying at half-staff for the next few days in memory of John Glenn who passed away earlier this week. Glenn was the last of the original Mercury astronauts and the first American to orbit the earth.
For many people, visiting the hospital can be a scary thing, especially for children. But the people at CHI Health St. Elizabeth say they hope to change that by holding events like Miracle on 70th Street.
After a life-altering car crash, doctors told Caleb Lindhorst he may never drive, walk or return to college. This December, he will graduate from UNL, inspiring others and overcoming the obstacles he faced.
The AG claims the company sold clothing to customers, but never actually delivered what they ordered. The AG claims Pixi Chix lied claiming that they had shipped the ordered merchandise. The complaint also accuses Pixi Chix of taking money from consumers with no plans of providing the purchased clothing.
Jack Johnson was born with a rare genetic disorder. This made it hard for Jack to play sports like other 8-year-olds his age. Partnering with the Make-A-Wish foundation Jack's wish to become a Husker football player became a reality.
In just nine short months, UNL's College of Business Administration will open a brand new $84 million, 240,000 square foot building. And 10/11 is giving you a behind the scenes look at how the construction is progressing.
Broadcasters Unite For Life Blood Drive, Thursday, January 12: Join 10/11 and 106.3 KFRX for our annual winter blood drive! We will be broadcasting live from outside the 10/11 studios at 840 N. 40th in Lincoln between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. To make a donation, drop by between those hours or make an appointment at ncbb.org. Presenting donors will get a Krispy Kreme Donut, long-sleeved t-shirt, and a chance to win a $25 Krispy Kreme gift card and men’s basketball tickets.
Chocolate Lover’s Fantasy, Saturday, January 14: Lincoln’s Historic Haymarket will be filled with the sweet smell of chocolate from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. at the Pinnacle Bank Arena. Local chefs share their sweet creations to raise money for the Historic Haymarket District. Tickets are $35. Visit lincolnhaymarket.org for more information.
United Way Women in Philanthropy Helping Hands Auction, January 26: The 10th annual event will be held at the Cornhusker Marriott Hotel. Women will gather to shop, eat, and help raise money to provide diapers and coats for children of local families in need. Learn more at unitedwaylincoln.org.
Team Jack Foundation Gala, Saturday, February 25: This year’s event features NFL Comeback Player of the Year, 2016 Espy Winner, 2 time All-American, and cancer survivor, Eric Berry. Tickets are $150 each. The event begins at 5:00 p.m. at the Embassy Suites in Lincoln. Learn more at teamjackfoundation.org.
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