Unmanned aerial vehicles aren’t just for spies or for the battlefield. Farmers all over the country think drones can give them a leg up, too. But without new rules from federal... more››
Many Colorado farmers are still recovering from September's massive floods that destroyed farms and homes, and many continue to worry they won't have enough water for the fields... more››
A divorce case sent to the Nebraska Supreme Court may provide the first direct challenge to the state’s ban on same-sex marriage heard by the high court.Bonnie Nichols, legally... more››
Nebraska’s becoming a better place for entrepreneurs, according to a new report. Today’s NET News Signature Story examines the pros and cons of Nebraska’s environment for... more››
More than half of Nebraska’s hog farms have disappeared since the late 1990s and most of those that are left are much bigger. Many are concerned large meatpacking companies will... more››
Six Republican candidates for governor debated Sunday in Broken Bow, highlighting differences in experience and emphasis.Toward the end of the ninety minute debate, Omaha lawyer... more››
What people see in a photograph can vary from person to person, and discussing those differences can often lead to a greater understanding of another person’s thoughts and... more››
For decades, scientists have studied the annual migration of sandhill cranes through central Nebraska. A new project is using time-lapse cameras to capture and study crane... more››
In Nebraska and across the country, more teenagers are waiting a few years to get their driver’s license. Teens have a few different reasons for delaying driving. Some of it has... more››
The Food and Drug Administration is establishing regulations aimed at protecting the U.S. food supply from terrorist acts. All but the smallest food manufacturing, processing and... more››
The U.S. has had its share of devastating terrorist attacks. The food industry, though, has remained relatively untouched. Now, the Food and Drug Administration wants the nation'... more››
Fifty years have passed since a guard has been killed at the Nebraska State Penitentiary.  Seventy-year-old correctional officer John Claussen, stabbed to death in the prison’s... more››

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