Is it possible to make a contest based on debate over the great ethical dilemmas of our time? Not only is the answer “yes,” but a team of students from the University of Nebraska... more››
This week we’re bringing back some of our memorable stories from this past year. For soldiers, the impact of combat lasts long after the shooting stops. In today’s NET News “Best... more››
In this Best of 2014 story, NET News reporter Ryan Robertson explored how photography is impacting at-risk youth in Nebraska. What people see in a photograph can vary from person... more››
The Happy Jack Chalk Mine in Scotia, Nebraska has been around under that name since the 1930s. It’s been an active chalk mine, an abandoned mine, a state-owned wayside park, and... more››
Managing lands for endangered species can lead to conflicts between environmentalists, businesses and landowners. But for the last 15 years, people from different camps have been... more››
The performers in Nebraska’s brand new FreakWorks circus troupe both honor the tradition of its three-ring ancestors and destroy the stereotypes.The basic acts on the FreakWorks... more››
In this Best of 2014 story, NET News’ Ryan Robertson and Fred Knapp reported on the recovery efforts in Pilger, Nebraska. Ryan Robertson covered the June 16th tornado that... more››
Food waste is a growing burden on our food system. Millions of tons of food end up in the landfill each year instead of on our plates. In the meantime, millions of Americans are... more››
This week we’re looking back at some of the more memorable stories of the year; for this “Best of 2014 Signature Story” we look back seventy years ago, when young Nebraska Army... more››
Concerns over concussions are often at the forefront of student athletics. NET News takes a look at how concussion research and recent Nebraska legislation are affecting student... more››
Like the rest of the US, Nebraska is a melting pot. A church next door to Nebraska’s State Capitol building in Lincoln is home to three different congregations: one for English... more››
The top legal officials for the states of Nebraska and Oklahoma have joined in a lawsuit arguing legal marijuana sales in Colorado violate the United States Constitution. It will... more››

Pages