Migrant workers travel rural areas in the U.S. picking crops like cotton, apples, and melons. As they move, they find few social services and even less affordable housing. That... more››
The population of monarch butterflies has declined so dramatically in recent years that the iconic insect is being considered for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s endangered... more››
As rifle deer hunting season opens this weekend, a deer shot in Broken Bow could end up feeding a needy family as far away as Omaha. That’s because of the Hunters Helping the... more››
World leaders meet in Paris later this month to discuss climate change. This week, climatologists, researchers, and policymakers are converging on the University of Nebraska-... more››
A special event last weekend gave special recognition to Nebraska's Gold Star families. The Gold Star Kids Honor Flight brought together 55 widows and children of military... more››
One man’s plan to open a set of strip clubs along the I-80 corridor in Nebraska is forcing two counties, and perhaps several others, to reexamine the zoning laws used to regulate... more››
In 1944, young Nebraska Army National Guard soldiers fought in what’s been called one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. The 1991 NET documentary "All Hell Can’t Stop Us"... more››
President Barack Obama rejected TransCanada's request to build the Keystone XL pipeline today (Friday, Nov. 6).The announcement came just a few days after the White House... more››
Another push is underway to address alcohol issues in Whiteclay, a tiny northwest Nebraska village bordering the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Alcohol’s prohibited on the... more››
This may be the year of cage-free eggs. Several food companies and restaurants have announced timelines for phasing out eggs laid in cages. That’s pushing some major egg... more››
A new report says last May’s riot at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution stemmed from a planned protest of inmate grievances that got out of control.In the May 10 riot,... more››
The American agriculture industry has a problem. Each year fast-growing, high-tech food and agribusiness companies are adding more jobs than there are qualified college graduates... more››

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