Over the course of nearly two months, field producer Pete Stegen and conservation photographer Mike Forsberg traveled 1,000 miles across the Platte Basin to call attention to the... more››
The Husker football season begins Saturday with a home game against Fresno State. Expectations are high for the team and head coach Mike Riley. The second-year coach sat down... more››
The Nebraska Legislature’s Executive Board voted unanimously Monday to ask Sen. Bill Kintner to resign by Friday for having used his state computer for cybersex. If Kintner... more››
Corn and soybean prices have fallen to frighteningly low levels and farmers are under pressure to curb the runoff of ag chemicals into waterways. A crop most farmers have given... more››
The Nebraska Legislature’s Executive Board meets Monday to talk about what -- if anything -- to do about Sen. Bill Kintner’s use of his state computer for cybersex.Executive... more››
One of the most well-known settlements of African American pioneers in Nebraska is DeWitty in Cherry County. But not everyone knows DeWitty’s biracial history – including some of... more››
In the last 15 years, just over 10,000 refugees from around the world have resettled in Nebraska. Refugees from Bhutan are one of the largest groups among newcomers to the state.... more››
The 2016 Nebraska State Fair opens Friday in Grand Island. The event has definitely changed from the version of a century earlier. Here’s a look back, from the perspective of... more››
This fall voters will decide whether Nebraska has the death penalty. It’s a complex issue with lots for voters to think about. With the election getting closer, both sides are... more››
The hardest part of starting a new food business should be in perfecting the secret recipe. For many entrepreneurial cooks though, the tough times come when searching for a space... more››
One of the lesser-told stories of Nebraska pioneers is that of black former slaves who fled persecution in the South. On the Missouri River, Brownville was home to a large... more››
Nebraska State Senator Bill Kintner will be asked to testify about using his state computer for cybersex at an August 29th hearing that could recommend his censure, impeachment... more››

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