The gathering came just three days after the shooting in Uvalde and as the nation grappled with revelations that students trapped inside a classroom with the gunman repeatedly called 911 during the attack — one pleading “Please send the police now” — as officers waited in the hallway for more than 45 minutes.
The 11th annual Give to Lincoln Day on May 26 raised a record-breaking $8,006,074, almost $80,000 over the previous record set last year. The funds are designated to help support 479 local nonprofits that serve Lincoln and Lancaster County.
For folks looking forward to real summertime heat...we give you the holiday weekend...hot, humid and breezy conditions expected on Saturday...Sunday and Monday, along with scattered strong-to-severe thunderstorm chances.
Nebraskans from across the criminal justice system are calling for change when it comes to a broken mental health treatment system for Nebraskans accused of crimes and deemed incompetent to stand trial.