The Nebraska Legislature recently passed a bill to ease regulations for wind power.  The change could affect wind energy in the state, but there are still other factors... more››
Do Space, Omaha’s free technology library, has been open for just under six months. The space is still adapting to demand, but in a short amount of time it’s created a diverse... more››
Planting season is underway, from backyard gardens to the vast fields of the Corn Belt. As farmers put seeds in the ground, and confidence in another crop season, they know they'... more››
This weekend’s runway show for fashion design students becomes as important as any final exam for a handful of students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.It is the nerve-... more››
In its just-concluded 2016 session, the Nebraska Legislature acted on subjects ranging from roads to prisons and property taxes. But senators also staged a record number of... more››
The Nebraska Legislature overrode Gov. Pete Ricketts veto Wednesday, voting to allow people brought to the U.S. illegally as children to get professional and occupational... more››
GMOs or Genetically Modified Organisms are the subject of great debate in grocery stores, at the table and even in Congress. But what are GMOs? And what will GMO labels tell... more››
Exports contributed $6.5 billion dollars to Nebraska’s economy last year. Trade is especially important for the state’s cattle, corn, and soybean farmers. But what does Nebraska... more››
Think about all of the decisions you've made since you woke up this morning. Bacon and eggs for breakfast or a healthy serving of fruit? What route should you take to work? NET... more››
Free trade has become a bad word on the presidential campaign trail. Both Democrats and Republicans are arguing against deals like the pending Trans-Pacific Partnership. But... more››
After World War II, Nebraska Army National Guard units went decades without seeing combat. That changed in 1990, when Iraq invaded Kuwait and soon afterwards a couple hundred... more››
After a sensational crime rocked Lincoln County, Nebraska in 1975 local judges issued a court order restricting what the local and national news media could report about the case... more››