A Lincoln man is facing assault, among other charges, after officers say he continued ringing the doorbell at an acquaintance’s home and trespassed into their kitchen, eventually throwing glass jars at the homeowner.
Students in Nebraska’s largest public school district will begin going back into the classroom next week for the first time since March, when the coronavirus outbreak sent students home to learn remotely.
It marked the first legislative proposal Division I Student-athlete Advisory Committee has proposed since Division I governance was restructured in 2014 to give student-athletes a vote at every level of decision-making.
Every Husker game day, thousands of people make their way to the bars downtown to celebrate. They’re bars that have been struggling a lot over the last six months. But this gives them some much-needed hope. But things will look different.
Lincoln and Eastern Nebraska will be cooler Thursday and Friday due to the cold front that moved through the area Wednesday. Smoke from the wildfires in the western part of the country made it to closer to the ground due to sinking air behind the front. Warmer temperatures and less smoke in the air look likely by this weekend.