Editor's note: This report is part of NET's science and environmental reporting project, QUEST Nebraska. For many in Nebraska, wind is merely an occasional nuisance. But for... more››
The Nebraska Legislature finished its session last week, and the effects of their actions on everything from child welfare to taxes will be felt in the coming months and years.... more››
Rural America is fighting for its survival. The 2010 Census found that the share of people in rural areas over the past decade fell to 16 percent, passing the previous low of 20... more››
Editor's note: This Signature Story is part of the NET News QUEST Nebraska project, a multimedia series exploring Nebraska science, environment and nature. Class is over at North... more››
The Missouri River flood of 2011 was the worst in 60 years; nearly a year later, farmers are still dealing with the aftermath. Hundreds of thousands of acres of farmland were... more››
The Legislature overrode Gov. Dave Heineaman's vetos of prenatal care for illegal immigrants, and possible city sales tax increases. But they sustained his veto against betting... more››
In the U.S. House of Representatives, incumbents are reelected 93 percent of the time. But that figure isn't stopping a handful of Republican candidates from taking on incumbent... more››
It's been a tough year for officials at the Omaha Public Power District and Fort Calhoun Nuclear Station, from media outcries and national criticism all the way to committee... more››
Hog farmers are under a lot of scrutiny these days. Animal rights advocates say that the pork production system may be efficient, but it is also cruel and inhumane. That... more››
Editor's note: This is part one of a three-part series; tune into NET Radio tomorrow for part two, and Friday for part three. The NET News documentary "Home School Nebraska"... more››
Two controversial bills got final approval in the Legislature today (Wednesday). But lawmakers' votes are almost certainly not the last word on those subjects. One bill deals... more››
Twelve Nebraska high school teams have been practicing for months for a brand-new intramural tournament. The only equipment needed is a microphone - and the English language.... more››

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