Bayley Bischof, WOWT 6 News

Bayley Bischof

WOWT 6 News

Lincoln, NE, United States

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Past articles by Bayley:

Lincoln teens injured in Memorial Day cruise making strides in recovery

Now that they’re closer to being back on their feet, the same community that brought them out to 'O' street that night, is coming together to help keep them moving forward. Car clubs, Midwest Rollers and Rebels Auto Club have started a GoFundMe, are planning a silent auction and most importantly a real cruise on Labor Day. → Read More

Nearly a decade later, stakeholders say Pinnacle Bank Arena is smashing success, but debt still looms

In 2010, 56% of voters approved the creation of the West Haymarket Joint Public Agency which allowed the city to take out $300 million in bonds and use a new occupation tax on businesses like restaurants, bars and hotels to pay off the debt. → Read More

U.S. Government recommending prison time in case against former Congressman Jeff Fortenberry

The U.S. Attorneys Office is asking a judge to sentence former Congressman Jeff Fortenberry to six months in prison for lying to the FBI about illegal campaign contributions, while Fortenberry’s team is asking for no prison time at all. → Read More

Filibuster, cloture votes a growing trend in Nebraska Legislature

In the legislature there are time limits for how long debate can go on set by the speaker each session. When that limit is hit, a 1990 rule change calls for a cloture vote where a bill has to get 33 votes, eight more than a traditional vote, to move the bill forward or the bill dies. → Read More

Nebraska senators from across the aisle say low senator salary is impacting diversity in chamber

Nebraska’s state senators have debated abortion, prison reform and tax cuts, all issues critical to Nebraskans. But the people tasked with making those decisions get paid less than half of the median income in the state. → Read More

Congressman Jeff Fortenberry’s trial to begin in Los Angeles Wednesday

Nebraska congressman Jeff Fortenberry will be in a federal courtroom in Los Angeles, with jury selection set to get underway first thing Wednesday morning. → Read More

Lancaster County offers student loan forgiveness to attract nurses

While state facilities raised pay for nurses in 24/7 corrections facilities, Lancaster County is trying to compete offering student loan forgiveness as they try and recruit desperately needed nurses. → Read More

Nebraska’s first DUI court receives $550,000 grant to continue offering treatment, rehabilitation

Right now, there are 19 participants, with room for 20 total in the program. Each week they’re required to show up to a court hearing, answer journal questions, attend treatments and meetings as directed by the probation staff and submit tests for alcohol up to twice a day. → Read More

Lincoln man waiting for second double-lung transplant after COVID-19 infection causes rejection

Imagine finally being able to breathe and live a normal life after battle cystic fibrosis since birth, only to have it taken away by COVID-19. That’s the reality a Lincoln man is dealing with today. → Read More

Lincoln police investigate vandalism reports associated with Tik Tok trend

Officer Erin Spilker said the reports came in Saturday night around 11:00 p.m. She said officers were called to four separate homes. At each, the victims reported a group of people kicked in their doors and fled the area in a dark colored sedan. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccines pave the way for other mRNA vaccines

Two of the widely accepted COVID-19 vaccines use mRNA technology, Pfizer, the only FDA approved vaccine and Moderna, which is authorized for emergency use. → Read More

Nebraska corrections union strikes historic deal with governor; raises coming for all workers

After weeks of negotiating with the Governor’s office, the union representing Nebraska corrections workers has made a deal. → Read More

Bailey Boswell gets life in prison for killing of Syndey Loofe

Bailey Boswell, convicted killer of 24-year-old Sydney Loofe, will serve life in prison and will not receive the death penalty. → Read More

Delta 8 rising in popularity in Lincoln, providing a legal alternative to marijuana

A completely legal marijuana alternative is rising in popularity, it’s being described as a halfway point between CBD oil, which contains very little-to-no THC and marijuana, that police told 10/11 NOW is completely legal. → Read More

Lincoln woman watches herself having stroke live on Zoom call

A Lincoln woman watched herself suffer a stroke live on a zoom call just a few weeks ago and nobody noticed what was happening. Now she’s sharing her story, hoping it will help keep others safe. → Read More

Body of soldier back in Nebraska after 75 years

Nebraska native and United States Army Soldier Lyle Reab went MIA in Europe during WWII. → Read More

Jury finds two guilty of 2018 murder of Lincoln mother

Jessica Brandon was a mother of three and grandmother of two. → Read More

Lincoln man arrested on drug charges while making pizza delivery

Officers with the Lincoln-Lancaster County Narcotics Task Force had to finish a pizza delivery Wednesday night after arresting a delivery driver for possession of narcotics. → Read More

Witnesses show pattern of Bailey Boswell meeting women on Tinder, talking about torture & killing

Thursdays testimony in the Bailey Boswell trial showed a pattern of Boswell and Aubrey Trail meeting women on Tinder and engaging them in relationships involving witch craft, sex, torture and killing. → Read More

H&M to close 250 stores in 2021

H&M has 5,000 stores worldwide. Nearly 600 of them are in the United States. → Read More