Lincoln Police are investigating a break in at the Kohll's Pharmacy at 27th and Vine Thursday night. According to police, someone saw a white male leave out of a window on the east side of the building and run off eastbound then southbound.
Two people from Idaho, who apparently said there was a hostage situation, are in jail for having-.8 grams of meth inside a motor home they were hauling. Lincoln Police arrested 26-year-old Shaylee Grant and 24-year-old Nigel Grant.
The University of Nebraska Board of Regents have approved of a deal where former Husker football star and Miami Dolphins tackle Ndamukong Suh will open up Niketown inside the former Nebraska Bookstore space at 13th and "Q".
City officials have launched the life-saving smartphone application called PulsePoint, which connects people trained in CPR with those who suffer sudden cardiac arrest in public places. It also notifies you of other incidents like traffic crashes and structure fires.
Lincoln's Police and Fire Pension fund hasn't fully recovered from the economic downtown seven years ago and a review committee will look for ways to fix it. An actuary in 2007 reviewed the pension fund and said the city should contribute $4-million, but the stock market crash of 2008 caused a deficit in the plan's funding.
The group that led a petition drive to reinstate Nebraska's death penalty is asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit that could keep the issue off the 2016 ballot. Attorneys for Nebraskans for the Death Penalty filed a motion to dismiss the case.