Authorities have released the name of a retired University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor who died after being pulled from a YMCA pool in Lincoln. Police identified the man as 66-year-old Allan McCutcheon.
The Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles has released a second standard license plate design after the first attempt was criticized as inaccurate and sexually suggestive. The department announced Wednesday that it has finalized an adjustment to the new plates, which will be released in 2017.
Had Ted Cruz won the Indiana primary on Tuesday, he would have been in Lincoln Wednesday campaigning. Instead, the Texas Senator called off his bid Tuesday night, after Republican candidate Donald Trump won the primary.
A 66-year-old Lincoln man pulled from the Cooper YMCA pool Tuesday morning has died. His name has not been released, pending notification of family. Police along with Fire and Rescue were called to the YMCA just north of 14th and Pine Lake Road.
A home that the University of Nebraska Foundation purchased in 2013 for a former NU president has been sold at a loss after more than a year on the market. The house sold to an undisclosed buyer for $575,000 on Monday. (Photo: Watchdog.org)
The Nebraska Tourism Commission's chairman says he's alarmed by a new state audit that uncovered questionable spending practices within the independent state agency. Chairman John Chapo says the commission is "extremely concerned" by the report.