The College World Series brings baseball, fans and lots of excitement to Omaha. But it also brings an increase in sex trafficking."When you bring large groups of individuals... more››
Following several recent controversies involving the Nebraska State Patrol, Gov. Pete Ricketts announced Friday he’s ordered a review of the patrol’s policies, procedures and... more››
See a bee; hear a buzz. That is what researchers studying the declining bee population are banking on. A new technique based on recording buzzing bees hopes to show farmers how... more››
For a very long time Ashley Swartz kept a low-profile, satisfied with being on her fifth-generation farm land in Saunders County near Wahoo. Swartz is one of the few transgender ... more››
A little black and orange beetle may be the biggest obstacle to a 225-mile-long proposed power line through Nebraska’s Sandhills. But a proposal to protect the beetle while... more››
More than 200,000 Nebraskans don’t have consistent access to adequate food. Mike Tobias looks at the numbers and talks with one Nebraskan who deals with the challenge of feeding... more››
Discussion of health care dominated as Nebraska U.S. Sen. Deb Fischer hosted a “listening session” in Omaha Friday. (For the NET News Facebook page containing a video of the... more››
Tucked into rolling hills in the southeast corner of Nebraska, a college campus is celebrating an impressive anniversary. Peru State College was deeded into existence as the... more››
Nebraska's congressional delegation is looking for signs of unity following a shooting that injured a top House Republican leader and several others on a baseball field in... more››
A Nebraska tradition continues this week with an event that was an important part of the state’s social fabric more than 100 years ago and then made a comeback in the 1980’s.... more››
Members of the Omaha Tribe are fighting to keep their language alive. To the tribe's elders, it's not just about preserving the language; it also has to do with protecting the... more››
The most common occupation in America used to be farming. But farms are so high-tech these days, fewer farmers are needed to work the fields. That ends up having important side... more››

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