Many people who haven’t stepped foot on a dairy might think milking a cow is a sort of back-to-the land moment, where a milker bonds with his or her cow while communing with... more››
Irrigation helped some farmers keep the drought at bay over the summer. The water kept fields of corn green long after others withered away. Now those farmers are harvesting the... more››
New data from the United States Census Bureau paints two different pictures of economic health for Nebraska’s population. Overall household income in the state hit record levels... more››
The presidential candidates have yet to meet in a face-to-face debate. But last week in Des Moines, Iowa, ag leaders witnessed a preview of sorts during a Presidential Forum on... more››
ALMA, NE - Hal Haeker is the mayor of Alma, Neb. A small community in the central part of the state, Alma has a population of 1,133. But for such a small town, it has a pretty... more››
Head to your local filling station and you might see a new blend of gas at the pump. After a three-year regulatory process, the Environmental Protection Agency approved E15 – gas... more››
In Nebraska’s Omaha-area Second Congressional District, differences over economic policies are playing a major role in Democrat John Ewing’s challenge to Republican incumbent Lee... more››
“We have to maintain our culture. We’re selling our culture down (the) drain - we don’t have any standards anymore.”Greg Casady was one of roughly 15 anti-illegal immigration... more››
Omaha Public Power District’s troubled Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power Plant has been offline for almost a year and a half. And still, no date has been set for the plant to return to... more››
NET News will host a debate between Nebraska U.S. Senate candidates Bob Kerrey and Deb Fischer on Monday, Oct. 1st from 7 to 8 p.m. CT at the NET studios in Lincoln. It will be... more››
Omaha’s version of a world’s fair in the late 1800s put the city and the region in the spotlight. Now, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor is hoping the public will come... more››
With Congress going back into session, farm groups are demanding action on a new farm bill. The current law expires at the end of September. But an issue that goes beyond the... more››