A new book of photography examines some of the world’s largest landscapes contained under glass. Dana Fritz, a professor of photography at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln,... more››
Colonel John Bolduc took the oath to become commander of the Nebraska State Patrol on October 16, 2017. Previously he served as police chief at the Port of San Diego since 2010.... more››
A 65-year-old mural damaged in a fire at the Sons of Italy Hall in Omaha earlier this year will look a lot better when it’s returned to its home in 2018. The painting has gotten... more››
The Keystone XL oil pipeline took a step toward being built Monday when a government commission in Nebraska approved a route for the project. But according to pipeline opponents... more››
A Nebraska commission approved an alternative route for the Keystone XL oil pipeline through the state on Monday, removing the last major regulatory obstacle to building the long... more››
There’s a place where fans of old Hollywood western can dress up and shoot guns just like their favorite movie cowboys. In cowboy action shooting, a nickname and a pair of six-... more››
In a red metal barn on a hill in Denton, Nebraska, population 205, a retired Lutheran pastor is giving old organs new life. It’s a hobby that’s helping preserve musical... more››
Nebraska colleges are seeing an increase in political science majors. One professor thinks it could be related to the 2016 presidential election. Garrett Streeks was a business... more››
In September President Trump announced an end to the controversial Obama-era DACA program. It provides deportation protection and other benefits to thousands of immigrants... more››
Large farm groups say there is a shortage of farm labor in the U.S. and it has reached crisis levels. A proposal is working through Congress to increase the number of immigrant... more››
Nebraska regulators plan to announce their decision next week on the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline route across the state.The Nebraska Public Service Commission will announce... more››
In the hopes of not repeating a problematic year for soybean crops, farmers across the U.S. are deciding how best to protect their crops and their livelihood next year from drift... more››

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