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Nebraska marijuana supply may hinge on...
Supporters and opponents of legal marijuana in Colorado say the success or failure of an open retail market for the drug will have “huge implications” for neighboring states like...
As marijuana arrests, availability increase...
Talk of the changing laws and attitudes concerning marijuana is everywhere. Everywhere except Nebraska, apparently. As the state deals with an increasing number of felony...
Nebraska law enforcement seizing more meth,...
As the federal government continues its war on drugs, Nebraska law enforcement says the single biggest threat is meth. However, the federal dollars needed to fund the fight are...
Proposed merger would create flour milling goliath
This year’s wheat crop went into the ground while big changes were underway in the wheat market. The biggest players in the flour milling industry – including Omaha-based ConAgra...
EPA proposing cuts to corn ethanol
The federal government is charting a different course for ethanol as early ambitions for renewable fuels have run into a different reality at the pump. Nebraska is the nation’s...
Nebraska county looks to send prisoners to Kansas
Imagine committing a misdemeanor in Beatrice, Nebraska but serving your sentence in another state. If Gage County has its way, this could soon be a reality. Gage County Jail in...
Reopening Nebraska's black history museum is...
Nebraska has museums dedicated to Latin American culture and history, Jewish history, Czech history and even Welsh history – but none that focus on the experience of black...
JFK Revisited: Memories of Kennedy's...
Memories of the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated run deep and long. For our “JFK Revisited” reporting project, Nebraskans share recollections and emotions from that...
JFK Revisited: Legacy in Perspective
The presidency of John F. Kennedy is remembered for more than it’s tragic end 50 years ago. The NET News special reporting project “JFK Revisited” talks with Nebraska historians...
JFK Revisited: Nebraskan Ted Sorensen, Kennedy...
On Nov. 22, 1963, a shocked nation mourned the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Fifty years later it’s an event that still resonates with many Nebraskans. The NET News...
Honoring Nebraska Veterans from "The...
Monday, Veterans Day ceremonies will take place across the country. Among those being remembered will be the more than one-and-a-half million Americans who served during the...
Citizen scientists study endangered species in...
An endangered fox species is fighting for its existence in western Nebraska, but it’s not alone. Students from across the state are helping conduct a new study to help the animal...
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