Spring is here, and Nebraska gardeners will soon be digging in the mud with trowels, packets of seeds at their sides – if they aren’t already. Some will try to encourage... more››
The U.S. Postal Service is cutting costs. Along with the well-publicized end of Saturday delivery, another move is hitting home in Nebraska and other parts of rural America. The... more››
Tomorrow marks the anniversary of the deadliest tornado outbreak in Nebraska history. On March 23, 1913, seven tornadoes struck eastern Nebraska, ripping through Omaha and... more››
The deadliest tornado outbreak in Nebraska history occurred a century ago on March 23, 1913. More than 100 Nebraskans died, many others were injured. Those in the path of the... more››
It was a day like no other in Nebraska’s history. On March 23, 1913, Easter Sunday, seven tornadoes struck eastern Nebraska, ripping through Omaha and several smaller towns.... more››
Nebraska Independent Study High School has no walls, no classrooms, no sports teams, no prom and no snow days.  It does have a reputation that attracts students from all over the... more››
Whole Foods’ decision to clearly mark genetically modified foods by 2018, pushed the debate on food labeling forward. But the real action is heating up in state legislatures... more››
The well documented rise of anti-government groups has seen “explosive growth” according to the liberal watchdog group, the Southern Poverty Law Center.  In its annual report on... more››
Some states are trying to bring back industrial hemp as an alternative crop. The close relative of marijuana is used in a number of products like textiles, car parts, lotions and... more››
Across Nebraska, iPads and e-readers are becoming the new normal. The demand for downloadable content is so great, the Nebraska Library Commission recently asked the state... more››
Women and children are the fastest-growing segment of America’s homeless population, but shelters can’t keep up. NET News spoke with Nebraska case managers, researchers and... more››
Full-time farmers and ranchers are more likely than other people to buy their own health insurance. That means, as the Affordable Care Act is implemented, a greater percent of... more››

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