Updated: 10:51 AM One of the best things about living in the heartland is the way people treat one another here. And Dean Hamling of St. Edward knows that better than anybody. Our Lance Schwartz explains.
Posted: 7:45 AM Residents of Stapleton are coming together to clean up from a fire that tore through miles of grassland and crops.
Updated: 10:31 AM Sunday hundreds of kids and their families met some of the biggest celebrities in Nebraska, Husker athletes. The Husker Heroes Outreach event invited people with disabilities and their families for a day out. 1011's Catherine Crane met up with one girl, who might just be your hero.
Posted: 7:49 AM A group of local kids won't just be asking for candy while trick or treating this year.
Updated: 10:51 AM Holiday Bell Ringers are needed for the Salvation Army
Posted: 7:44 AM More than 85,000 Big Red fans packed Memorial Stadium for Saturday's game, and they left behind plenty of trash. But some of that trash was recyclable, and won't be ending up in a landfill thanks to the hard work of Sustain UNL and volunteers.
Posted: 7:50 AM A boot camp class in Lincoln found a unique way to support a woman battling a deadly disease.
Posted: 9:16 AM The 7th Annual Ghouls on the Run 5k takes place Sunday, October 30 at Lincoln's Holmes Lake Park at 2:00pm.
Posted: 8:23 AM A fundraiser is being planned for a man who suffered a cerebral aneurysm in 2009, so that he can come home to live with his wife and son. The fundraiser is your chance to help the family.
Posted: 8:20 AM Skeeter Barnes restaurant and the Tri-City Storm are teaming up to raise money for area families affected by cancer.
Posted: 8:33 AM A flock of flamingos found a new temporary home this week, and it's not at the zoo.
Updated: 10:13 AM Safe trick-or-treating that will help feed the zoo animals over the winter, that's what you get with Boo at the Zoo.
Posted: 7:18 AM The Salvation Army in Omaha is again asking for volunteers to serve as bell ringers for the upcoming holiday Red Kettle fundraising campaign.
Updated: 11:54 AM Lincoln Public Schools hosted a free presentation today which featured lessons learned from LPS Superintendent Steve Joel and members of his staff after the Memorial Day fire that destroyed the LPS District Office facility.
Updated: 10:33 AM Husker defensive tackle Jared Crick has been out with a season ending injury. But on Monday morning, he got a nice little pick me up. Crick was visiting Roper Elementary school when he became part of a surprise award presentation.
Updated: 12:10 PM Thousands of people whose lives were affected by breast cancer gathered at Holmes Lake for "Making Strides", a walk for the cure.
Posted: 8:00 AM A new event is combining technology with athleticism to raise money and awareness for the United States' leading cause of death- heart disease.
Updated: 9:18 AM On average, three women a day in the United States die from domestic violence. In Lincoln, since the year 2000, 45 people have died.
Posted: 2:35 PM LSO presents a fully-staged orchestra adaptation of the Dr. Seuss classic Green Eggs & Ham on Sunday, October 23, at 2 PM at O’Donnell Auditorium.
Updated: 1:18 PM As part of the claims-filing process, attorneys appointed by the court will hold meetings around the country to provide assistance to Native American farmers and ranchers who wish to file a claim in the $760 million Keepseagle class action settlement.
Posted: 11:21 AM Law Enforcement want to prevent pill abuse and theft with National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
Posted: 7:35 AM It seems Husker football fans have come through in a big way for Lincoln's homeless population.