A group of HBCUs visited Lincoln high schools for informational sessions
Lincoln Public School students at four high schools had the opportunity to learn more about HBCUs this week. The informational sessions offered some students a first-time look at some of these schools.
Abortion exceptions considered; fentanyl penalties advanced
On Thursday, senators considered exceptions to Nebraska's abortion restrictions for fetal anomalies, and advanced enhanced penalties for suppliers of fentanyl-laced drugs.
LTU shares plans for temporary StarTran Transfer Center location
The hub of Lincoln’s bus system may be getting a new temporary location until the completion of a multi-modal transportation center in 2027.
Power play: Project meant to move power through Nebraska Sandhills, across US stalls – for 12 years
The R-Project transmission line was first proposed in 2012, meant to make our power grid stronger. Twelve years later, not a single mile of the line has been built, stopped by environmental groups, state senators, tribes and ranchers.