Koebernick said NDCS staff told him they have plumbers on site and are working as fast as they can to correct the problem. In the meantime, Koebernick said NSP staff are working to get inmates access to bottled water and porta-potties.
Every day after school, hundreds of LPS Students don’t head home, instead they attend after-school programs called Community Learning Centers. On Tuesday the Board of Education will be learning more about the kids involved and if these programs are making a difference.
Part of Phase 4 for the area near S. 120th Street and Highway 2 will require construction crews to change traffic from the eastbound lanes to the newly paved westbound lanes. That could happen anytime this week depending on weather.
A memorial three years in the making was finally unveiled Sunday evening. You’ll now see it outside the Hall of Justice. Three large marble monuments bearing the names and pictures of ten law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty in Lincoln and Lancaster County.Officers and deputies past and present came together Sunday night to dedicate the memorial to those officers and their loved ones.
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts is voicing support for U.S. Rep. Jeff Fortenberry, a fellow Republican who was indicted last week on allegations that he lied to FBI agents who were investigating illegal campaign contributions from a foreign national.
At the end of a news conference that highlighted the importance of data reporting availability to Nebraska’s COVID-19 response, Gov. Pete Ricketts on Monday defended the state’s decision to scale back its COVID-19 dashboard.
Gov. Pete Ricketts hosted a news conference with several state officials Monday morning to applaud the achievements of the state’s Center of Operational Excellence, particularly in its role in managing the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.