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Pilger Residents "Reinventing" Village...
The village of Pilger in northeast Nebraska continues to make progress in its recovery from last summer’s tornadoes, but there have been setbacks. Last month, residents received...
Nebraska's same-sex marriage ban overturned...
Same-sex marriage advocates are praising Monday’s court ruling striking down Nebraska’s ban, but giving a week for an appeal. Meanwhile Attorney General Doug Peterson is pressing...
Back from war, on to the farm
Many of the millions of veterans deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan have returned home to resume civilian lives and civilian careers. Congress wants to help jump-start the...
When Things Speak: The Pistols
Eloise Kruger ran a laundry service with her husband in Lincoln in the 1960s and 70s. But in her spare time, she collected over 20,000 miniature pieces. As part of our occasional...
Ricketts concerned vets bill he signed may...
Gov. Pete Ricketts says he has concerns that a bill he signed on veterans benefits might be interpreted as violating Nebraska’s ban on same-sex marriage. The bill sponsored by...
Medicaid coverage of birth control fails in...
An attempt to use Medicaid dollars to provide birth control coverage for low-income women failed in the Nebraska Legislature Thursday. And the fight over whether people should be...
A trip to “the jungle:" the story of two...
About 10,000 people are homeless in Nebraska each year. They get to this point in many different ways. Mike Tobias of NET News visited one group of Nebraskans to learn how a...
Medicaid expansion argued again; $8.6 billion...
Supporters renewed their push to provide health coverage for more low-income Nebraskans through Medicaid, and a preliminary plan for state spending of nearly $9 billion dollars...
Counting and caring for Nebraska's homeless...
Some you see, most you don’t. The thousands of people who are homeless in Nebraska each year. Nebraska workers recently made an effort to count the homeless in the state to...
U.S. Supreme Court rules in Kansas-Nebraska fight...
The U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday resolved a lawsuit between Kansas and Nebraska over Republican River water. Under the decision, Nebraska will have to pay Kansas $5.5 million for...
Supreme Court rules on Nebraska river dispute
The U.S. Supreme Court says Nebraska should pay $5.5 million in damages to Kansas in a long-running legal dispute over use of water from the Republican River.The justices on...
U.S. ranchers counting on labels to stand out...
In the small print on meat packages at the grocery store is a note on where the livestock was born, raised, and slaughtered. That piece of information is at the center of an...
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