Climatologists predict in the next 25 to 50 years, typical Nebraska summer temperatures will be similar to the record-setting hot and dry year of 2012. The Nebraska Legislature... more››
Alcohol-fueled problems would be recognized as a public health emergency in the Indian reservation border town of Whiteclay, Nebraska, and lobbyists would be prohibited from... 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››
Debate over the state budget in the Legislature Wednesday turned into debate over whether Gov. Pete Ricketts has exceeded his powers. And clashing views were offered about a... more››
Cuts to the University of Nebraska, more spending on alternatives to prison, and changes to the tax system are being discussed at the Capitol. This is the first of two budgets... more››
How does sex trafficking happen? There’s a lot we can learn from the stories of victims. These are featured in the new NET News documentary “Sold for Sex: Survivor Stories,”... more››
Republican U.S. Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska says he applauds the overall objective of President Donald Trump’s executive order temporarily suspending immigration for citizens... more››
Supporters say the state should cut income taxes to help small business and middle class Nebraskans, while critics say the proposed cuts help mostly the wealthy. And objections... more››
Dairy farmers say the makers of plant-based milks -- like almond milk, soy milk and a long list of other varieties -- are stealing away their customers and deceiving consumers.... more››
A new photo exhibition that includes images from across the state is now open in Lincoln. It will travel across Nebraska as part of the state's 150th birthday celebration.   If... more››
How should the Nebraska Legislature balance minority rights with majority rule? That’s the question underlying a debate senators are having in Lincoln – a debate that could delay... more››
Proposed tax credits for scholarships to nonpublic schools provoked opposition from public school supporters at a public hearing Thursday at the Nebraska State Capitol. And there... more››

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