Grabbing a quick meal doesn’t just mean fast food anymore. Now there are “fast-casual” restaurants like Chipotle or Panera, that borrow ideas from both fast food and upscale... more››
The Nebraska Legislature begins its 2016 session Wednesday. Lawmakers have no shortage of issues to deal with, from property taxes to prisons and medical marijuana to Medicaid.... more››
From the farm to our tables, there’s an enormous amount of energy that goes into our food. Food accounts for up to a fifth of our nation’s total energy use. Harvest Public Media... more››
How can animals help us learn? A small central Nebraska ranch where students are finding the answer first-hand at one small central Nebraska ranch.  At Brave Hearts Equine... more››
At the rodeo, bull riding is the main event. But when the bull ride ends, the work begins for rodeo bullfighters. A young bullfighter is making a name in the business by putting... more››
Four decades can take its toll on one’s memory.For members of the Nebraska Jazz Orchestra (NJO) two things seem to stick in their brains from the early days. First, they had the... more››
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››
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››
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››
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››