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City staff head east on lobbying trip to D.C.

With city council members and staff in Washington D.C. for the Capitol-to-Capitol, Tuesday's council meeting has been cancelled. Council members Kent Nakata, Spencer Short and Tom ...

NM survey could net you $500

Where do you shop? What newspapers do you read? What radio and TV stations do you watch? Which mall do you call home? The Lincoln News Messenger would like to know, and we're givi ...

New leads emerge in dog attack on horse

Approaching a week since a vicious dog attack on a horse being ridden on an Auburn-area trail, the investigation into locating the animal was bolstered Wednesday by new information ...

Reward offered in pit bull attack

An Auburn feed store put up reward money Tuesday to help locate a pit bull and owner involved in a bloody attack on a horse. Echo Valley Ranch owner Greg Kimler said that he was s ...

No solid leads in pit bull attack case

Still without a license plate number of the fleeing dog owner in a pit bull attack that injured a horse last Thursday, state Parks and Recreation Department officials are having no ...

PAL Comedy Night will help at-risk kids

The Lincoln Police Activities League is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering positive relationships between police officers and young people. With a special emphasis ...

Police Log

Vandalism “ Damage to two drinking fountains and ten picnic tables was reported March 21 at the 1400 block of First Street. Vandalism “ Damage to trashcans and a window was re ...

Senior Café

Senior Café, located at 472 E St., Lincoln, has released its menu for next week: Reservations must be made 24 hours in advance by calling Lee Olsen at 645-1419 or the Auburn of ...

Lincoln Police take it off for charity

Members of the Lincoln Police Department gathered at the Roseville Galleria Saturday to have their heads shaved for a cause. St. Baldricks is the biggest volunteer-driven fundrai ...