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Heavy Rain Possible Through Monday

Heavy Rain Possible Through Monday

Strong to severe thunderstorms moved through parts of the area early this morning. Some storms produced winds over 60 mph and hail. New storm development is expected mid to late this afternoon and into the evening. Storms could be severe, with large hail, damaging winds and heavy rain. The area with the highest chance of…Read more »

red 94|5 Memorial Day Mix Weekend

RED 94-5’s Memorial Day Mix Weekend. 72 hours of non-stop mixing from our mix-masters: Tiago Rey, DJ Swift, Pink Bunny and DJ Grooves. Take us everywhere you go with the RED 94-5 app while you honor our fallen heroes this weekend.Read more »

Another Round Of COVID-19 Response Fund Grants Awarded

Another Round Of COVID-19 Response Fund Grants Awarded

Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird today announced that $60,500 from the Lincoln COVID-19 Response Fund was awarded to three nonprofit organizations serving those affected by the pandemic – Bryan Health, the Food Bank of Lincoln, and the Nebraska Health Care Foundation. This is the sixth round of grants from the Fund, and a total of $729,000…Read more »

red Prom 2020

Lincoln High, East, North Star, Northeast, Lincoln Lutheran, Southeast, Lincoln Christian, Southwest, Pius X! We heard your prom was canceled due to the pandemic. That’s why RED 94-5 and Southeast Community College are throwing the biggest prom party – while keeping social distancing of course – featuring a live acoustic presentation by Marro Lamar! Singing…Read more »

The Wait: Residents Struggle In Quarantine While Awaiting Test Results

The Wait: Residents Struggle In Quarantine While Awaiting Test Results

The bottleneck of COVID-19 test results are leaving some Lincoln residents in a needless quarantine. Tested for COVID-19 at Bryan Health’s drive-thru clinic,  Adam McQusitan, 32, developed a fever, headache and some cough on Wednesday, April 8. “It kind of more-or-less tickles your eyeball,” he told KLIN News. “It’s a pretty unpleasant experience.” Doctors told him…Read more »

Christian Churches Find New Life Amidst Challenging Circumstances

Christian Churches Find New Life Amidst Challenging Circumstances

Church buildings are shuttered from the public. Only a camera and a pastor stand in the sanctuary on Sundays. Aisles are clear from people awaiting in communion lines. Living rooms are empty from the weekly gatherings. But nothing can stop the Gospel’s connection through area churches, its people and those looking for a home. “I think we are…Read more »

Lincoln’s COVID-19 Case Total Now 18.  100 Individuals Being Monitored

Lincoln’s COVID-19 Case Total Now 18. 100 Individuals Being Monitored

Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird and the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department (LLCHD) Saturday announced that four more lab-confirmed case of COVID-19 in Lincoln have been reported, bringing the community’s total to 18. The cases are three individuals in their 50s and one in their 60s. LLCHD is conducting its investigation of contacts and will provide more…Read more »

CHI Health Tightens Visitor Restrictions

CHI Health Tightens Visitor Restrictions

CHI Health is reducing its current two visitor policy to only one visitor per patient beginning Friday, March 27. All visitors must be 19 years or older in Nebraska. The only exception to this new restriction will be for visitors of pediatric patients and patients in neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) areas. Those patients are…Read more »