Nebraska lawmakers appear locked in a game of chicken over taxes, as taxpayers look on to see who swerves first, and who gets helped, or hurt.It’s the dilemma that’s faced... more››
There’s an old army fort on the edge of the Sandhills that offers a glimpse into the life of soldiers 140 years ago. For this NET News Signature Story, Mike Tobias takes us on a... more››
Senators moved toward increasing penalties for sex trafficking and making it easier for political parties to maintain their place on the ballot in the Nebraska Legislature... more››
Farmers rely on data, often from the Department of Agriculture, to plant the right crops to make a profit. But what would happen if that underlying data was inaccurate? That’s a... more››
Proposals to stimulate bioscience businesses, help parents with problem pregnancies, and increase penalties for sex trafficking were among measures considered by the Nebraska... more››
Nebraska school districts have concerns over changing immigration policy. What role will a school play if a student’s parents are apprehended in a raid? A few are looking back to... more››
A new drug to help combat the effects of Parkinson’s disease was demonstrated as safe and generally well tolerated during preliminary stages of a human trial. The findings of the... more››
Sydney Thieszen wants the state of Nebraska to believe he has changed.He made the case recently in York County District Court. Thieszen never said a word. Instead his attorney... more››
Proposals designed to limit agricultural property taxes and cut income taxes got some preliminary thumbs up in a Nebraska legislative committee Thursday. But their fate remains... more››
President Donald Trump’s pick to lead the U.S. Department of Agriculture, former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue, testified in a confirmation hearing before the Senate Agriculture... more››
A proposal to freeze child care subsidies moved ahead in the Nebraska Legislature Wednesday, but proposed tax changes remain stalled. And senators discussed housing, lobbying,... more››
The reality of the state’s budget crunch hit home Tuesday, as lawmakers debated freezing child care subsidies – a move that could save money now, but at the risk of costs down... more››

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