Nebraska Cornhuskers head football coach Mike Riley announced Thursday that five of his players are suspended for Saturday's season opener against BYU. Samuel McKewon of the World-Herald reported Michael Rose-Ivey, Cethan Carter, Jonathan Rose, Robby Painter and Joe Keels will be held out of action to kick off the 2015 season. Show More Summary
A Nebraska man is facing felony charges after allegedly using duct tape to force two young boys to watch the cult classic Mommie Dearest. 29-year-old Glenn Oliver (pictured) has been charged with child abuse and false imprisonment, according to court records obtained by The Hollywood Reporter. Show More Summary
NEW YORK — Jack Sock became the latest victim of the brutal heat and humidity at this US Open. The Lincoln, Nebraska native became the 11th man to retire at the Open when he suffered a massive bout of cramps while up on Ruben Bemelmans of Belgium, 6-4, 6-4, 3-6, 2-1 on the Grandstand. “The […]
A Nebraska man is facing felony child abuse and false imprisonment charges after duct-taping two young boys to chairs to watch the film "Mommie Dearest."
Remember Nebraska mustache man? He's back, and he's here to tie up your loved ones to a train track. This is Nebraska defensive end Ross Dzuris: When you wake up and realize game day is only three days away... pic.twitter.com/ZPbSSepGuk — Nebraska Huskers (@Huskers) September 2, 2015 Every part of this is pure evil. Show More Summary
The University of Nebraska’s now on its third football public-address announcer this offseason, and their second one only lasted one day. Nebraska said Monday they’d hired former KETV local sports director Jon Scheutz for the position,...Show More Summary
The remodeling Cornhuskers definitely do not get into ease into Mike Riley's first schedule. Week one opponents Nebraska and BYU (September 5 at 3:30 p.m. ET, ABC) are pretty comparable programs at this point. Both rely on casting a wide net in recruiting, as neither is in a state that produces a ton of elite talent. Show More Summary
A Nebraska GOP lawmaker is planning to introduce a bill that would criminalize a common medical procedure used after a miscarriage and during second-trimester abortions. Image: Nebraska Family Alliance / YouTube The post Nebraska Republican Wants to Ban Second-Trimester Abortion Procedure appeared first on RH Reality Check.
Nebraska legislators are proposing a new bill that has recently become law in other states that would ban dismemberment abortions that tear babies limb from limb. “Dismemberment abortion kills a baby by tearing her apart limb from limb,” said National Right to Life Director of State Legislation Mary Spaulding Balch, J.D, whose group developed the […]
LINCOLN – September in Nebraska means football – and hunting. The first day of the month brings the opener of several hunting The post Several Hunting Seasons Opening in Early September appeared first on Hunting and Conservation New...
The card is complete for next month’s RFA return to Nebraska, including a pair of UFC veterans in the middleweight headliner. Filed under: AXS TV Fights, News
Nadine Armstrong took her son to his grandparents’ house as the skies darkened, and left him there as the ocean began to bellow off the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Now the starting quarterback at the University of Nebraska, Tommy Armstrong...Show More Summary
I’ve been following Jenny Nguyen and Rick Wheatley for several years through their blog Food For Hunters. The couple always had some inspired recipes to try out, and when they moved from California to Nebraska it was fun to see them adapt to all of the hunting opportunities my state has to offer. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) Nebraska attorney Dave Begley continues his series on the appearances of presidential candidates in Iowa. Dave gave it up for Power Line readers this past Wednesday by looking in on Madam Hillary’s appearance in Sioux City, Iowa. Show More Summary
A mother in Bellevue, Nebraska found these notes in her “drawer of fun.” (Looks like somebody wants a new little brother or sister!) related: You should probably delete your search history…
When it comes to power, Nebraska is unique from every other state. That’s because our state is the only one in the nation with public power, giving Nebraskans the ability to elect board members that will represent our interests when it comes to powering our homes and businesses. Show More Summary
Ninety days after the Nebraska legislature voted to repeal the death penalty, supporters of capital punishment say they have collected enough signatures to potentially bring it back. Nebraskans For The Death Penalty beat the ballot referendum...Show More Summary
Nebraska defensive end Ross Dzuris is incapable of properly tying a bowtie but his mustache is impeccable. Proudly presenting the 2015 (...)