After a sensational crime rocked Lincoln County, Nebraska in 1975 local judges issued a court order restricting what the local and national news media could report about the case... more››
More tax subsidies for convention centers and arenas, professional licenses for people brought to the U.S. illegally as children, and eased regulations on wind power projects... more››
Livestock researchers are looking into new ways to keep animals healthy and profitable. They want to know if different feed additives such as minerals, vitamins, or the kind of... more››
A move to return Nebraska to the winner-take-all system of Electoral College voting in presidential elections fell just short in the Legislature Tuesday. It’s the Electoral... more››
Farming is still a male-dominated field, but there are also thousands of women farmers across the country who are often left in the shadows. Some women farmers have started... more››
Many Nebraska authors took inspiration from the places they lived and traveled in the state. A new tool lets people explore and learn more about Nebraska’s Literary Heritage... more››
Property tax credits for farmers, professional licenses for people brought to the country illegally as children, and eased regulations for wind power projects all moved a step... more››
Sen. Ernie Chambers continued to slow-walk the Nebraska Legislature Wednesday, delaying votes on key bills in retribution for votes he didn’t like. Toward the start of Wednesday’... more››
Ronnie Green will be the 20th chancellor of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Green currently holds two positions at UNL: vice chancellor for the Institute of Agriculture and... more››
Higher fees for people to use Nebraska state parks moved a step closer to reality today Tuesday, despite opposition from Sen. Ernie Chambers that nearly brought the Legislature... more››
Maps redrawing Nebraska’s congressional, legislative, and other elective districts would be drafted by a bipartisan commission, not by the Legislature, under a bill advanced ... more››
Food waste is an expensive problem. The average U.S. family puts upwards of $2,000 worth of food in the garbage every year. But some are making that waste into an opportunity by... more››