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››
A troubled past and uncertain future. Lawmakers are trying to decide the Beatrice State Developmental Center's fate. That's brought out passionate voices for and against closing... more››
USDA had a golden vision when it launched MIDAS, a computer system meant to modernize how the government pays farmers and ranchers. But things went wrong with the program early... more››
The Changing Look of Nebraska Health Care: Making mental health part of physical wellness is the goal of a group of behavioral health providers in western Nebraska. They’re... more››
The Changing Look of Nebraska Health Care:  In communities across Nebraska, there’s an increasing emphasis in health care on prevention rather than cure. One clinic in Lexington... more››
The Changing Look of Nebraska Health Care: The Rural Healthcare Opportunities Program, or “RHOP," was created so students who want to practice medicine but still live in smaller... more››
The Changing Look of Nebraska Health Care: In rural Nebraska it’s hard to recruit and keep doctors in small towns. That leaves a gap for primary care. But in some communities it... more››
With a $7 million investment, an Omaha foundation hopes to make technology as readily available as books to the public in a unique new library.In November, the doors opened at Do... more››
Our special report "Libraries: The Next Chapter" examines how Nebraska libraries are keeping up with changes in technology and consumer demands. In this story, NET News reporter... more››
As the chill of fall sets in, farmers in the Corn Belt are bringing in the last of their crop. Harvesting millions of acres of corn and soybeans is a big job for big pieces of... more››
The Pew Research Center surveyed Americans this year about what they want to see in their public libraries. One theme that surfaced over and over again: people want libraries to... more››
What about the books?Librarians across Nebraska hear versions of that question almost every day as more and more readers use electronic devices to obtain, share, read, and store... more››

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