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Big changes proposed for Platte River irrigation
Nebraska needs to leave more water in the Platte River for endangered species. A new proposal aims to do that, by using well water for irrigation instead of river water, in...
Kearney saves the World
"I don't think anyone's in here ... hello?" On a recent evening in Kearney, Jon Bokenkamp was knocking on the ladies' bathroom door at the newly renovated World Theater in...
TRAIN TUESDAYS: Where the rail meets the road
The scene is repeated thousands of times each day on Nebraska's nearly 6,000 public and private road crossings along more than 3,000 miles of railroad tracks. Bells begin...
Control of Missouri River divides communities
Along a vast stretch of the Missouri River, the floodwaters that ravished homes, businesses and farms last year are not a distant memory. For farmers and others whose lives were...
YOUNG AND OVERWEIGHT: One-on-one with Nebraska...
Editor's note: As part of the NET News "Young and Overweight" project, Mike Tobias talked one-on-one with Dr. Joann Schaefer, Nebraska's chief medical officer and director of...
YOUNG AND OVERWEIGHT: An Omaha school battles...
Editor's note: This story is part of the NET News "Young and Overweight: Fighting Obesity in Nebraska" project. Go to netNebraska.org/youthobesity for more stories and...
YOUNG AND OVERWEIGHT: An overview of the youth...
Youth obesity has been called an epidemic. Seventeen percent of American youth are overweight, and the percentage may be even a little higher in Nebraska. In part one of his...
TRAIN TUESDAYS: The Doodlebug: A Nebraska...
This is the story of a rail line from Kearney that never reached its intended destination, an inventive train mechanic and the little train car that could. It's also a story that...
Taking the guesswork out of cow breeding
For cattle ranchers and breeders, buying a new bull or cow is a huge risk: Will the offspring bring home the profit? Jared Decker, a Ph.D. student in genetics at the University...
Roller derby sees its stock rise in Nebraska
Emily Epperson did some moving around before she got to where she is now. The 25-year-old Lincoln native had a two-semester stint at a small college in California before working...
A tough transition: Former inmates receive aid...
Imagine living on a deserted island for several years. There's little doubt, coming back to civilization, you'd see the world as a changed place. That's what former inmates say...
Nebraska may be shifting on gay rights
Last week, the University of Nebraska Board of Regents approved health benefits for unmarried partners, including same-sex couples. Advocating for the benefits proposal,...
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