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Relief mixes with apprehension as floodwater...
Nebraskans reacted to the latest day of flooding along the South Platte with a mixture of relief at what didn’t happen, and apprehension about what still might On the highway 26...
Classic car auction attracting thousands to...
During the last weekend in September, thousands of people from across the world will travel to Pierce, Neb. for one of the most unique car auctions ever held. In the Northeast...
Flood Waters Move Into Nebraska
Floodwaters from Colorado continue to push eastward through Nebraska, leaving flooded roads behind them and uncertainty ahead. Big Springs, Neb. near the Colorado-Nebraska...
2014 shaping up as a chaotic election year in...
(Story updated Nov. 27, 2013) There are six candidates in Nebraska's U.S Senate race and six candidates for Nebraska governor, in hotly contested races that are constantly...
Nebraskans Brace for Flooding
As floodwaters from Colorado roll downstream into Nebraska, Nebraskans are bracing for the impact. In Big Springs, Neb., near the Colorado border, the scritch-thwump sound of...
Perlman and Eichorst: "We are prepared to...
The following is a statement released by the University of Nebraska- Lincoln Wednesday regarding head football coach Bo Pelini: Lincoln, Neb., Sept. 18, 2013 – University of...
Obamacare could be a tough sell in rural Nebraska
The Affordable Care Act takes a big step forward October 1, when new health insurance marketplaces open for enrollment. Rural families are more likely to qualify for subsidized...
Pelini Sees "Agenda" in Leaked Audio
Nebraska football coach Bo Pelini says whoever leaked a two-year-old audio tape of his profanity-laced tirade against Husker fans had an "agenda." Pelini told reporters on the...
Funding Shortages and Maintenance Force State...
Facing continued funding issues and a backlog of maintenance, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is temporarily closing roughly one-third of the state recreation areas and...
Government asks farmers to control runoff
Excess fertilizer runoff from farm fields is creating environmental concerns locally and nationwide. Iowa officials have been asking farmers to voluntarily reduce the amount of...
Looking to the future of technology-based health...
Imagine a world where you could visit with a medical specialist 350 miles away from the comfort of your own home … sounds futuristic, but it’s not that farfetched. In several...
The computer will see you now
As Nebraska health care providers incorporate more and more technology into even routine patient visits, the dynamic between doctor and patient is changing … and not necessarily...
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