Five arson fires that happened late Sunday night and early Monday morning in Lincoln are under investigation. It was around 3:30am that firefighters were called to the Chateau Apartment complex in the 63rd and Vine neighborhood.
A crowd at the State Capital yesterday celebrated the decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to lift all bans on same-sex marriages. Communications Director of the ACLU of Nebraska Tyler Richard says they have many clients who are excited their families have the same protection other couples have, and added that it was a momentous day for equality.
Now that the U-S Supreme Court has overturned Nebraska's ban on same-sex marriage, and those in 13 other states, Lancaster County Clerk Dan Nolte says the ruling also triggered a lot of marriage license applications.
Thousands of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska customers soon will have the chance to see CHI Health doctors again without financial penalty after the two sides signed an agreement to work together again through June 2017.
There's a new way to get rid of unwanted clothing and help a charitable organization. Lincoln's Garbage Haulers will begin, in August, picking up bags of clothing. The bags will be delivered to the People's City Mission.
A neighbor in the area where a 10-year-old girl was shot in her right knee on Tuesday night happened to find a bullet hole in his shed. Lincoln Police tell KFOR News the neighbor lives along Rose Street between 8th and 9th.
A Single Engine Piper Cherokee made a forced landing in a field southwest of Lincoln today. No one was hurt, and the pilot phoned the airport control tower shortly after landing, saying he'd had engine trouble and couldn't make it.
A falcon chick raised at the Nebraska Capitol has been named "Orozco" in honor of an Omaha police officer killed last month in the line of duty. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission announced Friday that the name was chosen from 507 submissions.