This week we’re looking back at some of the more memorable stories of the year; for this “Best of 2014 Signature Story” we look back seventy years ago, when young Nebraska Army... more››
Concerns over concussions are often at the forefront of student athletics. NET News takes a look at how concussion research and recent Nebraska legislation are affecting student... more››
Like the rest of the US, Nebraska is a melting pot. A church next door to Nebraska’s State Capitol building in Lincoln is home to three different congregations: one for English... more››
The top legal officials for the states of Nebraska and Oklahoma have joined in a lawsuit arguing legal marijuana sales in Colorado violate the United States Constitution. It will... more››
Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning and Okahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt are suing Colorado over legalized marijuana, claiming the federal government's prohibition should... more››
As drought, feed costs, and urban development wear on West Coast milk producers, states like Nebraska, Kansas and Iowa are pitching themselves as a dairy heaven. Even in... more››
California is branded as the state with happy cows, but increasingly unhappy dairy owners. For many of them in the nation’s No. 1 dairy state it’s getting tougher to make a... more››
Fired Nebraska Head Football Coach Bo Pelini is returning to his hometown as the new coach at Youngstown State in Ohio.  The university made the announcement this afternoon.  ... more››
Water levels in the High Plains Aquifer, also known as the Ogallala Aquifer, fell at a faster rate in recent years as widespread drought increased demand on the underground... more››
A report on Nebraska’s prison problems released Monday strongly suggests prison overcrowding contributed to the early release of prisoners. But officials are still hesitant to... more››
A legislative committee investigating problems in Nebraska’s prison system issued its final report Monday, detailing  problems and recommending solutions. The committee... more››
On any given day about 50,000 American military veterans are living on street corners or under bridges, including several hundred in Nebraska. You may have seen him sitting on a... more››

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