Nebraska is home to many unique and diverse landscapes. The Nebraska Natural Legacy Project seeks to conserve the state’s plants, animals and natural habitats through voluntary... more››
Animal agriculture today doesn’t usually mix livestock. A barn is just for pigs or a pasture is for cattle-only. But some farmers are exploring grazing different animals on the... more››
A 20 percent increase in the number of requests for DNA testing at the Nebraska State Patrol Crime Lab has undercut hopes technicians could reduce the number of delays... more››
As the Nebraska Public Service Commission prepares for a hearing that could determine if the Keystone XL pipeline gets built, anti-pipeline demonstrators and law enforcement are... more››
Schools in rural districts often don’t have the budget or teachers to offer students all the courses they would like to take. One rural district in Missouri decided to offer... more››
The Missouri Department of Agriculture announced a temporary ban on the sale of agricultural products containing the pesticide dicamba on Friday, following a similar step by... more››
Churches play an important role welcoming refugees and immigrants to new communities. But church pews often don’t reflect that diversity. In one small town, though, congregations... more››
Six years ago we introduced you to two former south Omaha gang members connected by a boxing gym. Their stories were part of our documentary on gangs in Nebraska called “Gang... more››
Many rural parts of the U.S. don’t have enough doctors, and a growing number of smaller medical schools are opening outside of cities to address the problem. But the graduates... more››
It’s known mostly as a farming community, but Grand Island is hoping a new push for public art will add a metropolitan flavor to the central Nebraska city. The civic art effort... more››
A huge project is underway at Nebraska’s state Capitol: the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system is being replaced. The project is expected to take 10 years to... more››
As we hear more about terrorist acts across the United States and world, we also often encounter tales of heroism coming out of tragedy. Whether it’s ordinary civilians... more››

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