The U.S. Air Force Running Low On Munitions

The U.S. Air Force Running Low On Munitions

December 9, 2015


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Friday, the United States Air Force has just released that the campaign against ISIL has led to a depletion in munition stockpiles. According to the Air Force, more than 20,000 missiles and bombs have been fired off since the U.S. launched their campaign against the Islamic terror group 15 months a...

House Speaker Paul Ryan Calls For “Pause” In Syrian Refugee Program

House Speaker Paul Ryan Calls For “Pause” In Syrian Refugee Program

November 19, 2015


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Tuesday, House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell proposed a "pause" in the acceptance of Syrian refugees into the United States after the terror attacks in Paris last Friday launched by ISIS. “It’s important that we have a refugee system in place; we respect that,...

Lincoln Northeast Students and Staff Gather To Support Sharon Holliday

Lincoln Northeast Students and Staff Gather To Support Sharon Holliday

October 13, 2015


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Crowds of students and staff adorned in pink lined the sidewalks on the chilly Monday morning of October 5 to show their support for Sharon Holliday, a beloved Family and Consumer Sciences teacher here at LNE. She not only taught us how to prepare a chicken, but also how to be better people with h...

General Campbell: “We Would Never Intentionally Target A Protected Medical Facility”

General Campbell: “We Would Never Intentionally Target A Protected Medical Facility”

October 8, 2015


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Thursday, General John Campbell, the top commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, released in a speech to the Senate Armed Services committee that he wishes to adjust the number of troops in response to the growing strength of ISIS and al Qaeda. In his speech, Gen. Campbell states that he has presented optio...

Five Teenagers Placed Custody For Suspected ATM Fraud Operation In Lincoln

Five Teenagers Placed Custody For Suspected ATM Fraud Operation In Lincoln

October 2, 2015


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Tuesday, Five teenagers from California were brought into custody after Lincoln police arrested them Friday in a suspected ATM fraud operation. According to authorities, A Pinnacle Bank customer who was having trouble at an ATM tipped the bank staff to the alleged skimming operation. Bank staff found s...

Lincoln Northeast Will Be Under Construction

Lincoln Northeast Will Be Under Construction

September 30, 2015


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This year, Lincoln Northeast will be under construction as the school’s weight room will be renovated.   Plans for the remodel began about nine years ago. Athletic Director Clayton Heath commented, “this way we can have multiple classrooms in the weight room at once and boys and girls wi...

Kim Davis Attacked By Billboard After Returning To Work

September 16, 2015


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Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who served jail time for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, is being attacked after a billboard defending LGBT marriage was displayed along a Rowan County road after her release. The billboard reads, “"Dear Kim Davis, the fact that you can't sell yo...

Lincoln Woman To Sue City for the Murder of Her Dog

Lincoln Woman To Sue City for the Murder of Her Dog

September 11, 2015


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Back in March, an LPD officer shot and killed a dog after searching the east side of a house for the 17-year-old son of Sharnick Compton, who reportedly was having multiple domestic disputes the night of the shooting. The dog was named Opie, a 9-year-old white pit bull belonging to Compton. Accord...

American Dentist To Return To Practice After Worldwide Controversy Over The Death Of Cecil the Lion

American Dentist To Return To Practice After Worldwide Controversy Over The Death Of Cecil the Lion

September 11, 2015


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American dentist Walter Palmer, who made headlines worldwide for killing the prized African lion named Cecil, returned to his practice in Bloomington, Minnesota, on Tuesday. Palmer broke his silence on Sunday in an interview with The Associated Press and the Minneapolis Star Tribune after keeping...

NFL Quarterback Tom Brady Nullified of Charges in Deflategate Scandal

NFL Quarterback Tom Brady Nullified of Charges in Deflategate Scandal

September 9, 2015


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Last Thursday, New England Patriot Quarterback Tom Brady was nullified of all charges in the deflating ball scandal from February. The scandal last February occurred because the Patriots were accused of deflating their footballs to help with their win against the Colts during January for the AFC ...

Kentucky Clerk In Custody for Refusing Marriage Licenses to Same-Sex Couples.

Kentucky Clerk In Custody for Refusing Marriage Licenses to Same-Sex Couples.

September 4, 2015


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In Rowan County, Kentucky, County Clerk Kim Davis is being held in jail after being found in contempt of court Thursday morning for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses to gay couples. Davis commented that granting marriage licenses to LGBT couples would "violate God's definition of marriage...

Massachusetts Teenager Michelle Carter Accused of Involuntary Manslaughter After Pressuring Her Boyfriend to Commit Suicide

Massachusetts Teenager Michelle Carter Accused of Involuntary Manslaughter After Pressuring Her Boyfriend to Commit Suicide

September 3, 2015


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Massachusetts teenager Michelle Carter has been accused of involuntary manslaughter after pressuring her boyfriend to commit suicide through texts, according to Bristol County documents released by the district attorney’s office. According to prosecutors, Carter antagonized her boyfriend, 18-year-old...

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