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LSO: Witnesses help woman involved in situation on Highway 2

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) - The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office says witnesses helped a woman involved in a false imprisonment situation on Highway 2. According to Sheriff Terry Wagner, the incident started Sunday around 8:30 p.m., when deputies received a report of a rolling disturbance that started near Elk Creek and was happening at 120th Street and Highway 2.
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Lincoln Police investigating weekend park shooting

LINCOLN, Neb. — Police are searching for suspects as two people remain in critical condition after a park shooting in Lincoln. Authorities said the incident happened Sunday morning at about 2:30 a.m. at the Seacrest Field, a public park owned by the city next to East High School. When...
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Drunk driver still drinking after getting pulled over, according to NSP

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — A man was taken to jail Sunday after Nebraska State Patrol says he blew a .308 into a breathalyzer, almost 4-times the legal limit. The trooper who arrested him says the man was still drinking after getting pulled over for swerving, and had no clue he was in Seward County.
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Former Big 12 Interim Commissioner Forgets Why Nebraska Bolted for the Big Ten

Chuck Neinas clearly has questions to ponder more deeply as he doesn’t seem to remember why Nebraska left the Big 12 Conference. Neinas is blaming Nebraska, Texas A&M, and Missouri for the reason why Texas and Oklahoma are soon leaving the league for the Southeast Conference. However, the former Big Eight Commissioner and Big 12 Interim Commissioner along with other league staff can only blame themselves.
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Two in critical condition after Seacrest Field Parking Lot Shooting

LPD says officers responded to at least 23 complaints during the first weekend of summer. The Nebraska AIDS Project (NAP) in partnership with Greater than AIDS and Walgreens will be offering free HIV testing at select Walgreens locations on June 27. LPD searching for missing man. Updated: 5 hours ago.
LINCOLN, NE
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Shooting Victims Remain Critical After Weekend Shooting In East Lincoln

LINCOLN–(KFOR June 27)–Lincoln Police on Monday morning provided some additional information about the shooting in the parking lot of Seacrest Field, 7400 “A” Street, that happened around 2:30am Sunday. Captain Todd Kocian told reporters Monday that the 19-year-old man remains in critical condition, while a 24-year-old...
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Man Faces Charges After Breaking Into Tow Truck Lot Early Monday Morning

LINCOLN–(KFOR June 27)–Police early Monday morning arrested a 51-year-old man, after he broke into a tow truck lot in west Lincoln, throwing tools out of on truck and driving it around the parking lot causing a disturbance. Officers were called to Midwest Towing at 400 West “P” Street,...
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UPDATE: LPD says missing man with dementia has been located safely

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — Lincoln Police say they are looking for a 74-year-old man, who may be suffering from physical or dementia related health issues. LPD says Leon Vermillion was last seen Sunday morning near S. 40th St. and Yankee Hill Rd driving his red2019 Chevy Silverado. The license plate number is “NE-UYB475.”
LINCOLN, NE

Damage to cemetery at now-closed Hastings Regional Center saddens residents

LINCOLN — Drive down a long, shaded, country lane west of the long-closed Hastings Regional Center site, follow a couple of bends in the road, and eventually you’ll arrive at the Ingleside Cemetery.  The burial grounds are the last remnant of a mental health complex, formerly known as the Ingleside Hospital for the Insane, that […] The post Damage to cemetery at now-closed Hastings Regional Center saddens residents appeared first on Nebraska Examiner.
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Update: Endangered Missing Advisory canceled for Nebraska man

LINCOLN, Neb. (WOWT) -- Update: The Endangered Missing Advisory was canceled later Monday morning after Leon Vermillion was found safe. Previous story: The Nebraska State Patrol issued an alert Monday morning to help find a man last seen in Lincoln. Leon Vermillion is 74 years old. He was last seen...
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Domestic Disturbance While Driving Leads To Elk Creek Man’s Arrest

LINCOLN–(LSO June 26)–An Elk Creek man is in the Lancaster County Jail, after he allegedly forced his girlfriend to drive, then assaulting her in a ditch near 120th and Highway 2 around 8:30pm Sunday. Sheriff Terry Wagner says 32-year-old Cody Ringle forced the 37-year-old woman to drive to...
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Street Medicine Serving Lincoln’s Homeless

A new street medicine program is now an option for those homeless and unsheltered in the city of Lincoln. Clinic with a Heart recently launched the program in collaboration with Matt Talbot Kitchen and Outreach. The program offers basic medical care to those who do not have access to traditional health care. This is also referred to as “backpack” medicine and moves the care directly to the street.
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