From weed trees to pricey eggnog, pioneer Nebraskans celebrated Christmas in different ways. We unwrap a collection of sometimes quirky holiday stories, as told by Nebraska State... more››
The U.S. Census Bureau released important new state population estimates this morning, figures that provide insight into Nebraska's ability to retain three seats in the U.S.... more››
The marijuana debate found itself in courtrooms, the capitol and police cruisers all across Nebraska in 2015. Expect even more pot news next year. Here's eight things you need to... more››
The fast-moving PED virus sent the cost of bacon soaring last year. Prices have recovered, but this winter will be a crucial test. A Minnesota veterinarian traced the pathogen... more››
Seed companies have poured billions of dollars into biotech soybeans, and corn that raises more grain with less water. Meanwhile, the wheat industry is finding it hard to keep up... more››
After the patent on one of the most popular genetically engineered soybeans expired this year, U.S. universities are creating new generic GMO soybean varieties. Many of them are... more››
A year after American hospitals treated their first cases of Ebola a new study finds the United States “has sufficient capacity for treating another outbreak.” The study, written... more››
Nebraskans are upset about property taxes. But property taxes provide most of the money for Nebraska schools. That leaves lawmakers grappling with what to do.In the last five... more››
Two years ago a new virus swept through the pork industry, killing millions of baby pigs. Researchers are still trying to track the source of the virus, which appears to be an... more››
Many Nebraskans have been to Pershing Auditorium in Lincoln for sporting events and concerts. The building is named after John J. Pershing who commanded U.S. troops in World War... more››
Three teenagers from small town Nebraska. Two went to war and never came home. The other spent much of this year giving new life to their story. Here’s how and why this happened.... more››
Nebraska irrigates more farmland than any state in the nation, and a lot of that water is pumped from underground. A new program for sharing Nebraska’s groundwater may help both... more››

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