Lincoln, Nebraska

A police officer in Lincoln, Nebraska, noticed the suspect was wearing a name tag for a man wanted on two arrest warrants.
"Abolish ICE" was spray-painted on the sidewalk but a broken window left a likeness resembling the cartoon character.
"I was the scariest-looking person at my wedding,” the bride said.
The pair were taken into custody after posting a bizarre series of videos online.
"We feel it might be an abduction -- possible trafficking," Sydney Loofe's mother said.
Nebraska locals and visitors alike told HuffPost about what they love (and don't) about the capital city.
For the past 20 years, the state’s politics have marched steadily to the right.
The employment picture in the U.S. has been brightening, but the improvement has not been evenly dispersed across the nation. Whether you have just graduated from college and are now looking for your first full-time job or you are looking for a job/career change, you're interested in finding areas with the greatest job opportunities.
What if you're a gay, Catholic male, sitting in church with your siblings and elderly parents, wanting to pray and receive the sacrament with them?
When you think of two-lane highways, you probably imagine small towns, tidy little main streets, undulating ribbons of asphalt through forehead-high corn fields: the picture-perfect road trip. But Route 6 passes through some great cities, too.
"We are shocked and saddened by the report of an alleged hate crime involving a member of the LGBT community early Sunday
It's not nice not to like your hometown, particularly when that hometown has a reputation for being a very nice place indeed.
After stating that "a huge percent of gay men in school grounds molest boys, partly because they don't have AIDS yet," she
HP: What made you decide to take on this project? CS: Well, I had actually wanted to start it a couple of years before Mott
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - A Colorado woman who was caught with more than 6 and a half pounds of cocaine has been given three-to