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Study shows high rate of health problems among...
More often than not, adolescents in residential care have typically suffered from behavioral problems at both home and school. But that might not be the whole story. A new study...
Bridging the generation gap through food and...
A dinner bell rings. Elder Frank Likely leads a blessing a feast at the Adams Park Community Center in North Omaha. About 30 senior citizens gathered for an early Thanksgiving...
Pipeline bills passed and signed as session ends
The Legislature passed and Gov. Dave Heineman signed bills Tuesday to regulate the location of oil pipelines in the state, setting the stage for the first test of the legislation...
Pipeline proposals poised for final passage
The Nebraska Legislature is set to give final approval tomorrow (Tuesday) to two bills regulating the location of oil pipelines. After that, attention will turn to the rerouting...
"Gang Fight: Nebraska" part 4: Solutions
"Gang Fight: Nebraska" is a new NET News documentary airing tonight (Friday, Nov. 18) at 7 p.m. CT on NET television. The program examines Nebraska's gang problem and solutions....
Flood confident of pipeline legislation without...
There's no written agreement with TransCanada that its Keystone XL pipeline will avoid the Sandhills. But the company's public statements and a map it agreed to should ensure...
Bill on new route for Keystone XL advances
The Legislature gave first-round approval Wednesday to a bill authorizing a two-million dollar, state-funded study of a new route for the Keystone XL oil pipeline. The vote...
Oral History expert on collecting stories from...
For a link to the National Veteran's History Project, where you can hear stories from veterans from WWI to the present, CLICK HERE To register for the training session at the...
Honoring veterans more than a century later
While the U.S. has been involved in armed conflict for the last decade, some recognize those veterans who fought in the Civil War a century and a half ago. Shirley Gilfert never...
Tale of WWII paratrooper's fight across...
"Jumpin' Joe" Beyrle was the only American soldier to fight for both the United States and the Soviet Union during World War II. It's a rarity that has made his story an...
Exclusive: U.S. to seek new Keystone route,...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration plans to announce on Thursday it will explore a new route for a Canada-to-Texas oil pipeline, delaying a final approval beyond the...
Pipeline delayed; next state steps uncertain
Gov. Dave Heineman and critics said Thursday they were happy that the State Department will delay approval of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline for at least a year while it...
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