GMOs or Genetically Modified Organisms are the subject of great debate in grocery stores, at the table and even in Congress. But what are GMOs? And what will GMO labels tell... more››
Exports contributed $6.5 billion dollars to Nebraska’s economy last year. Trade is especially important for the state’s cattle, corn, and soybean farmers. But what does Nebraska... more››
Think about all of the decisions you've made since you woke up this morning. Bacon and eggs for breakfast or a healthy serving of fruit? What route should you take to work? NET... more››
Free trade has become a bad word on the presidential campaign trail. Both Democrats and Republicans are arguing against deals like the pending Trans-Pacific Partnership. But... more››
After World War II, Nebraska Army National Guard units went decades without seeing combat. That changed in 1990, when Iraq invaded Kuwait and soon afterwards a couple hundred... more››
After a sensational crime rocked Lincoln County, Nebraska in 1975 local judges issued a court order restricting what the local and national news media could report about the case... more››
More tax subsidies for convention centers and arenas, professional licenses for people brought to the U.S. illegally as children, and eased regulations on wind power projects... more››
Livestock researchers are looking into new ways to keep animals healthy and profitable. They want to know if different feed additives such as minerals, vitamins, or the kind of... more››
A move to return Nebraska to the winner-take-all system of Electoral College voting in presidential elections fell just short in the Legislature Tuesday. It’s the Electoral... more››
Farming is still a male-dominated field, but there are also thousands of women farmers across the country who are often left in the shadows. Some women farmers have started... more››
Many Nebraska authors took inspiration from the places they lived and traveled in the state. A new tool lets people explore and learn more about Nebraska’s Literary Heritage... more››
Property tax credits for farmers, professional licenses for people brought to the country illegally as children, and eased regulations for wind power projects all moved a step... more››

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