When you’re hungry, do you reach for potato chips or peanuts? What about a handful of crickets? One daring entrepreneur is bucking the “yuck” factor and opening the first U.S.... more››
Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale decided Wednesday Mike Foley’s name will be on the ballot in November.  The state auditor will replace former Lt. Gov. Lavon Heidemann as... more››
The Nebraska Department of Education is slated to release its 2014 State of the Schools Report on October 24th. NET News’ Ben Bohall talked with NDE Commissioner Matt Blomstedt... more››
Following allegations of domestic violence by his sister, Nebraska Lt. Gov. Lavon Heidemann resigned Tuesday and dropped off the ticket with Republican gubernatorial candidate... more››
Nebraska Lt. Gov. Lavon Heidemann resigned from office Tuesday.The resignation comes one day after a judge issued a protection order against him for allegedly grabbing his sister... more››
Local food is no longer just a novelty, it’s a big business. But it’s also a business that is difficult to make work in some parts of the country. Farmers trying to grow local... more››
Like a dusty old photo album, heirloom seeds have been passed down through generations. But today’s gardeners likely wouldn’t have access to many of their favorite heirloom... more››
Nebraska voters won’t decide on expanded gambling this November after all, as the Nebraska Supreme Court on Friday ordered a proposed constitutional amendment off the ballot.The... more››
The future of the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline is now in the hands of the Nebraska Supreme Court. The state’s attorney general faced off today against the landowners... more››
An American doctor infected with the Ebola virus arrived in Omaha for treatment this morning. Dr. Mark Rupp of the Nebraska Med Center in Omaha said the patient, Dr. Rick Sacra,... more››
Congressman Lee Terry has been in office for 16 years, representing Nebraska’s second district. State legislator Brad Ashford is challenging Terry for the job. As part of our... more››
George Green, former top lawyer for the Department of Correctional Services, was the focus of a legislative investigative hearing Thursday on the premature release of hundreds of... more››