The pipeline that burst earlier this month and spewed oil into the Yellowstone River in Montana made headlines. But just across the border in North Dakota another pipeline was... more››
Concealed carry permits for military spouses and higher wages for waitresses and waiters were among topics in the Nebraska Legislature Monday. Monday was supposed to be the last... more››
Much of the fish in the supermarket is farmed. The U.S. Department of Agriculture is considering a rules to allow that fish to be certified organic. Several consumer groups say... more››
There are over 250 museums in Nebraska, and they all tell a slightly different story about our history. In Lincoln, 12 museums collaborated to tell that story together – using... more››
Advocates of medical marijuana gathered at the Capitol Friday to support legislation to legalize it, and debate continued on a bill to raise the fees charged for marriage... more››
Nebraska is in the process of applying for a waiver from the much-criticized federal No Child Left Behind law. How might the decision affect accountability in Nebraska schools?... more››
 How much Nebraska homeowners pay in property taxes, what benefits are available to low-income families, and how much people should have to pay for marriage licenses were all... more››
Nebraska’s Hispanic/Latino population is growing rapidly, expected to triple in the next 35 years. With this comes a growth in Latino-owned businesses in the state. Industrial... more››
The Nebraska State Board of Education voted today to ask Pat McPherson to resign from the board over racist posts on a blog he edited.  McPherson refused, saying the posts weren’... more››
A highly contagious strain of bird flu was found in the U.S. in December. Since then many countries have closed their doors to poultry raised here. The virus isn’t harmful to... more››
The Nebraska Legislature moved Tuesday against potential conflicts of interest on public utility boards, and critics of puppy mills disagreed over the reappointment Ag Director... more››
In the Nebraska Legislature Monday, advocates argued people should be allowed to smoke a cigar and have a drink in cigar bars, while opponents said cigars are a cancer risk and... more››