The Oglala Sioux Tribe, headquartered on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, is building a nursing home near Whiteclay, Nebraska. People involved hope the project will... more››
A new, old way of playing golf is gaining players and business in Omaha. The game is called hickory golf.Dave Brown rips a drive from the first tee at the Champions Run golf... more››
Nebraska’s population is becoming more diverse- and a large part of that diversity includes the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender; or LGBT community. NET News' Ben Bohall... more››
Law enforcement agencies across Nebraska have quietly begun a major change in how eyewitness evidence is collected and utilized in criminal cases. New voluntary guidelines... more››
Nebraska manufacturers’ search for future employees is now stretching into the state’s middle schools.It’s the end of Mr. Trindle’s eighth grade woodworking class at Hastings... more››
About 10,000 people are homeless in Nebraska each year. They get to this point in many different ways. Mike Tobias of NET News visited one group of Nebraskans to learn how a... more››
Cancer is more likely to be fatal for rural residents than most city residents. It is hard to know why. Rural patients often live hours from their doctors, and farther from... more››
America’s Christmas tree growers are worried. Artificial trees are beginning to show up in more living rooms. Tree farmers are now pooling their money to advertise fresh-cut... more››
From weed trees to pricey eggnog, pioneer Nebraskans celebrated Christmas in different ways. We unwrap a collection of sometimes quirky holiday stories, as told by Nebraska State... more››
The U.S. Census Bureau released important new state population estimates this morning, figures that provide insight into Nebraska's ability to retain three seats in the U.S.... more››
The marijuana debate found itself in courtrooms, the capitol and police cruisers all across Nebraska in 2015. Expect even more pot news next year. Here's eight things you need to... more››
The fast-moving PED virus sent the cost of bacon soaring last year. Prices have recovered, but this winter will be a crucial test. A Minnesota veterinarian traced the pathogen... more››