A group studying state taxes is getting ready for a series of public hearings to ask Nebraskans about possible changes. The governor says he thinks the group’s headed in the... more››
A public art project that’s been to cities across the world has made its way to Nebraska. 10 pianos placed throughout Omaha are bringing together music and art on the city’s... more››
Farmers in the Midwest were devastated by a crippling drought in 2012. The federal crop insurance program paid out a record $17.3 billion to help farmers get by, and one county... more››
The future of “The Arch” - a struggling Nebraska museum spanning Interstate 80 near Kearney - is in the hands of a bankruptcy judge. A ruling on the plan to save the business is... more››
A Midwestern farmer with a well-known last name has set out to fight food insecurity on a global scale. Howard Buffett, son of Nebraska billionaire Warren Buffett, believes to... more››
The future of agriculture across the Great Plains hinges on water. Without it, nothing can grow. Climate models show rainfall will become much more variable. Some farmers are... more››
The number of apps, or software programs for mobile devices, has ballooned to more than 800,000 each for both Apple and Android products. Using a trio of friends in Omaha working... more››
There are water problems all across Nebraska. Water shortages, water pollution, and water infrastructure problems range from the state’s western border to Omaha. Attempts are... more››
If you think soybeans are just for livestock feed and tofu, think again.  More than 3 billion bushels are produced in the U.S. each year. Increasingly soybean oil is being used... more››
With Brazil predicted to pass the U.S. as the world’s top producer of soybeans, American farmers are under pressure to eke out higher yields. Scientists are promising big... more››
Six years ago, Steve Quandt was struck with a disease that attacked his nervous system. It left him with no feeling from the neck down. Instead of being in the field that summer... more››
Nebraska’s Latino population continues to grow, but not all of that diverse group can benefit from services offered in Spanish. In Omaha, one group has started to train... more››

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