The bill passed with "little fanfare," said a spokesperson for the Governor. The post Nebraska Will Now Bar Employers From Asking Job Applicants About Criminal Records appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Coming out of spring practice, Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong has established himself as the clear-cut starter for 2014. It certainly wasn’t on the performance at the spring game, where he went 4-of-8 for 97 yards and an interception. But...Show More Summary
"Overall, I thought it was a very productive spring for us," head coach Bo Pelini said during his spring game press conference. "I thought we got a lot accomplished." While there were plenty of distractions on the field (specifically, a cat), it did seem Pelini was right. Show More Summary
Not to sound old, but when I was a kid, my dad had one rule for dealing with bullies. If someone hits you, hit them back twice as hard. That rule didn’t make this list: Click to enlarge. From The Blaze: // Post by Lincoln Public Schools. As...Show More Summary
Jeremiah Sirles, RT, Nebraska, (HT: 6'6 3/8"; WT: 312) Positives Durable player who played extensively through all four of his seasons at Nebraska. Tough prospect who played through injury during the final four games of the 2013 regular season. Big, long arms. Long and formidable presence on the edge of the line. Show More Summary
The students in a 5th grade class in Zeman Elementary School in Lincoln, Nebraska were recently sent home with a flier instructing them on how to handle bullies.
Joe Jordan | Nebraska Watchdog OMAHA—What, if anything, is next? In the aftermath of MECA’s decision to hand out a handful of records—board members using the CenturyLink Center’s private suite free of charge the past 15 months—what else is tucked behind the curtain that just might give the public an added glimpse or two of...
A Nebraska school is under fire for giving questionable bullying advice. On Wednesday, Zeman Elementary school distributed the flyers, which included nine “rules” for dealing with bullies. Parents were outraged, as the rules specifically stated “do not tell on bullies.” As the flyers appear to be outdated, their original source is unknown. However, school officials
A toddler in Lincoln, Nebraska recently ran away from his home and got himself stuck inside of a Bowling Alley claw machine. As employees tried to locate the boy’s mother and find a way to get him out, the 3-year-old enjoyed playing with all of the stuffed animals that were packed into the machine. Omaha’s [...]
So, on Monday a Nebraska toddler got stuck in one of those claw-style toy vending machine games. No, you read that right. That actually happened. In slightly less awesome news: Open Streets will happen this summer, a new zoning law could...Show More Summary
A three-year-old from Lincoln, Nebraska found himself living every child's dream on Monday, when he crawled inside a claw machine filled with stuffed animals and started helping himself to the toys. The boy, whose name has not been released,...Show More Summary
Lincoln, Nebraska – April 16, 2014 - Boutique Window, an all-in-one marketing platform for independent retailers, just announced their brand new integration with Shopify. Retailers who currently use Shopify can now automatically sync...Show More Summary
A school in Lincoln, Nebraska is wiping some major egg off its face after a horrible bullying advice flyer was sent home with kids. Read more...
In a few years, doctors say 8-year-old Max Vertin will be confined to a wheelchair. But on Tuesday, this little Nebraska boy got his chance to soar.
When a mom in Lincoln, Nebraska, realized her three-year-old son was missing from their apartment, she called the police, and a frantic search of the neighborhood ensued. Meanwhile, at a bowling alley down the street, employees were doing a double take at a shockingly realistic stuffed toddler toy that had suddenly appeared in their claw [...]
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Authorities say a toddler has been reunited with his mother after employees found Nebraska Toddler Gets Stuck Inside Claw Machine - -
The mother of the 3-year-old Nebraska boy who was reported missing before being found safe inside a claw machine at a nearby bowling alley will not face charges. The mother, who was not identified, called 911 Monday evening to report she could not find her ...
Aw, man. I wanted the Alf doll, not the kid. (via Madsen's Bowling & Billiards) While his mom was using the bathroom, a three-year-old Lincoln, Nebraska toddler somehow escaped from his home, crossed the street alone, entered a bowling alley, and climbed inside a toy claw machine called the Bear Claw. Show More Summary
Joe Jordan| Nebraska Watchdog Lee Terry, Omaha’s Republican congressman who knows a thing or two about apologizing, is now demanding an apology. Rep. Lee Terry Over the weekend New York Congressman Steve Israel, the man in charge of getting Democrats elected to the House of Representatives, told CNN that “not all” Republican lawmakers are racists....
This story starts out with an "OH HELL NO" and concludes with a strangely happy ending. After a three-year-old boy's mother discovered that he was missing from their Nebraska apartment at 5:30 PM, she called the police. Police were dispatched to search the neighborhood, and I'm sure, like me, you hate where this story is heading. Show More Summary