This is the complete audio of Sen. Bill Kintner's announcement Wednesday that he is resigning from the Nebraska Legislature. Kintner was under pressure from his colleagues for... more››
When the weather turns cold in Nebraska, many state residents head south—for a few weeks or even a few months. “Snowbirds” as they’re often called, migrate to several states, and... more››
A parade of Nebraska state legislators called on Senator Bill Kintner to resign Tuesday. That follows what they said was outrage from constituents for a pattern of behavior... more››
A new controversy erupted over state Sen. Bill Kintner’s behavior; the Legislature debated license plates honoring military reservists, and the Appropriations Committee moved... more››
Sweet potatoes are undergoing a renaissance in this country. While they have always appeared on many American tables around the holidays, year-round demand has grown. In 2015,... more››
A Saturday protest in Lincoln brought thousands of people to the streets in support of equality, human rights and women empowerment.The day after President Donald Trump’s... more››
Students with developmental disabilities are getting a chance to take center stage at a new theater camp in Omaha. It's a partnership between the Munroe-Meyer Institute and... more››
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts says he expects President Donald Trump to end federal overreach that’s hurting Nebraskans, while Democratic Party Chair Jane Kleeb says she thinks... more››
Under a proposal in the Nebraska Legislature, The public would not know which companies are supplying Nebraska with death penalty drugs. And the head of the state’s court system... more››
Following a failed attempt at privatization five years ago, Nebraska’s child welfare system has since been the subject of controversy and intense scrutiny. There are some... more››
President-elect Donald Trump plans to pick former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue to lead the Agriculture Department, a transition official and a source close to the process confirmed... more››
The head of the largest state employees’ union says Gov. Ricketts should devote more money to stopping massive turnover instead of pushing for tax cuts. A senator who represents... more››

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