Horse racing in Lincoln is entering its final days for the near future. After this summer’s racing season ends, the track will be folded into the University of Nebraska Lincoln’s... more››
Missouri soybeans are exported all over the world, and markets are only growing - and farmers like Ron Gibson make those connections to global partners. Gibson has spent his... more››
Nebraska's cemeteries will be looking their finest this Memorial Day weekend. Rows of flags will honor veterans, and flowers on freshly mown grass will show that loved ones have... more››
Sitting atop a hill, just south of the small village of Douglas, the Rosehill and St. Martin's cemeteries are the setting you would imagine. On a sunny spring afternoon, there is... more››
"Wait, do we need to stand it up first?" At the Omaha Children's Museum last Friday, workers were beginning the process of installing the newest temporary exhibit, "The Wizard... more››
If you've ever taken highway 14 through Elgin, Nebraska, near Norfolk, chances are you've noticed the collection of bells off to the west side of the road. And if you stop... more››
The last family owned flour mill in Nebraska has a new future. Jerry Johnston has this story of how a landmark business will carry on a tradition of milling flour the same way it... more››
Editor's note: You can't feed the growing world population without farmers. But there are serious questions today about who will take on the job a few decades from now. Farmers... more››
Editor's note: You can't feed the growing world population without farmers. But there are serious questions today about who will take on the job a few decades from now. Farmers... more››
Republican state senator Deb Fischer will face off against former U.S. Sen. Bob Kerrey, a Democrat, in this fall's election for the United States Senate, following her surprise... more››
After yesterday's primary vote, the matchup is set to see who will follow Democrat Ben Nelson in the U.S. Senate. Former Senator, Democrat Bob Kerrey, won his primary contest... more››
There's always work to be done on the farm, but often it's the same work, day after day. Parts of the job can start to feel a bit like an assembly line. While it's impossible to... more››

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