During the season of Lent, many Catholics don’t eat meat on Fridays. But fish is considered fair game, so the Friday night fish fry has become an annual tradition. All of that... more››
People would not be prosecuted for prostitution if they could show they were victims of human trafficking under a bill advancing in the Nebraska Legislature. Senators also... more››
The Nebraska Legislature is considering alternatives to relieve property taxes for farmers and ranchers. And higher fees for state parks moved one step closer to approval.As crop... more››
The latest tech start-up boom is not coming from Silicon Valley. It’s closer to home. Investment is booming for tech companies that make products for farming. Venture capitalists... more››
Girls are drastically underrepresented in high school computer classes. But a teacher who understands some of the reasons first-hand is trying a different approach.It’s a late... more››
The Nebraska Legislature debated raising fees for hunting, fishing, and other outdoor activities Thursday, while lawmakers continued maneuvering over Medicaid and property taxes... more››
If convicted killer Christopher Edwards gets a new trial in a 10-year-old murder case out of Omaha, one of his attorneys claims there is “significant evidence” which completely... more››
A new plan to pay for Medicaid expansion; food stamps for felons, and a senator’s encounter with a state trooper were subjects for discussion Wednesday in the Nebraska... more››
The popular notion that teens often view themselves as “invincible” is being challenged by new research out of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. NET News talks with Tara Warner... more››
A proposal for added secrecy in searches for University of Nebraska leaders is advancing in the Legislature. Negotiations continue on property tax relief. And medical marijuana... more››
A bill introduced into the Nebraska Legislature seeks to add further regulations to the oil and gas industry and the state commission that oversees it. LB1082 is in response to a... more››
The Nebraska Legislature is moving closer to major decisions affecting roads, prisons, water projects and property taxes. But some important questions remain.At the beginning of... more››

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