Paul Shelgren

News Messenger burglarized

The need for vigilance was highlighted again when a burglar entered an unlocked door at the offices of the Lincoln News Messenger and stole about $300 Thursday night. The incident ...

Cops celebrate city's birthday

The Lincoln Police Department has gotten itself into a hairy situation. To raise awareness of Lincoln’s 150th birthday, officers from Chief of Police Brian Vizzusi on down are g ...

Lincoln's past grads see success

Paul Shelgren Class of 1980 Lieutenant with the Lincoln Police Department Paul Shelgren didn’t wait to graduate high school to find work. While attending classes at school, S ...

Man who helped resident move later burgled house, police say

A Lincoln man was arrested Sunday for burglary after he allegedly helped a resident move, later returning to steal items from the house, police said. Brandon Teague, 19, was conta ...

Carjacking sparks rumors, concerns

An attempted carjacking on the 1700 block of Sixth Street downtown at 4:50 a.m. Nov. 10 has sparked rumors and fear among neighbors last week and this week. As she prepared to l ...

Grant funds new youth center

A long-deferred dream for Lincoln youth has come to fruition, thanks to the generosity of Maloof Sports & Entertainment, the owners of the Sacramento Kings and Monarchs. A youth ...