“Our people made it”: Otoe-Missouria descendants welcomed back to Nebraska, 200 years after being forced out
For nearly 200 years, September 21st marked the day the Otoe-Missouria tribe was forced out of their lands, which would later become the city of Lincoln. Now the tribe hopes the day will serve as an annual reminder of reconciliation. Nebraska Public Media's Jackie Ourada follows them on their journey home.
NU Regents approve pilot program to sell alcohol at basketball games
Lincoln City Council will need to give the plan a final stamp of approval to sell alcohol at Husker basketball games.
Harassment, low morale and heavy caseloads: Report details challenges facing LPD
The policing consultant agency, 21CP Solutions, conducted the review upon request of Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird. The report found growing concerns among its staff on harassment, staffing and diversity.