The Nebraska Legislature began its 2018 session Wednesday, with senators introducing proposals affecting everything from where drones can fly, to when prisoners must be released... more››
Nebraska is known for its wild weather. After a warm fall and a frigid holiday season, we take a look back at weather trends in 2017 in today’s NET News Signature Story.Did you... more››
The Nebraska Legislature begins its 2018 session Wednesday facing a familiar list of issues, along with a familiar reason why they will be difficult to address: money.Ask state... more››
Advanced biofuels have been touted as the next step beyond the corn-based ethanol that’s the bulk of the country’s renewable fuel for cars and trucks. But cellulosic ethanol is... more››
An apartment complex and house in Omaha, and historic districts in Neligh. Grand Island and Kearney have all been added to the National Register of Historic Places.Here is what... more››
Sidney, Nebraska, has prospered while many rural cities have struggled. For decades the city has been home to Cabela’s, a major outdoor retail chain. But the future of Sidney’s... more››
Eight months ago, Judge Mark Ashford began presiding over Nebraska’s first court program assisting military veterans charged with felonies. It is exceeding his expectations.... more››
When the weather turns cold in Nebraska, many state residents head south—for a few weeks or even a few months. “Snowbirds” as they’re often called, migrate to several states, and... more››
She hated what was happening, but didn’t know how to escape being trafficked by her boyfriend. This story from a Nebraska woman is part of the NET News “Sold for Sex: Survivor... more››
In the middle of a cornfield in central Nebraska, an oasis of art is growing. Art Farm, situated off a long dirt road outside the small town of Marquette, started back in 1993 as... more››
How do you tell family members you are treating a patient with Ebola?What kind of reaction would you get?The staff of the Nebraska Biocontainment Unit (BCU) found out exactly how... more››
Nebraska college students were protesting the Vietnam War in the late 60s and early 70s. And you might be surprised how closely they were being watched, and who was watching. ... more››

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