The EPA wants to reduce the amount of fuel in our gasoline supply that is made from plants and generates far less carbon dioxide than gasoline or corn ethanol. That has some... more››
Kalamazoo gets mentioned more often than you might expect in Nebraska these days.  During hearings to get public input on locating the Keystone XL pipeline in Nebraska, speakers... more››
As the debate over the Keystone XL pipeline resumed in Nebraska, a massive spill of oil sands in Michigan seven years ago routinely worked its way into public hearings and policy... more››
It’s troubling times right now for Midwest farmers. Farm income is down for the fourth-straight year. Prices for the most important crops are down. Some are comparing it to the... more››
You may know Bill and Evonne Williams for their honor flights. The couple have spent the past ten years taking more than 3000 Nebraska World War II, Korean, and Vietnam veterans... more››
This week, we’ve been hearing about Nebraska’s unique landscapes and the work of people across the state to conserve them. For our last story, we head into the woods. We’re... more››
A case of mad cow disease has been found in a cow in Alabama. U.S. Department of Agriculture scientists confirmed Tuesday that an 11-year-old cow found in an Alabama livestock... more››
This week, NET News is taking a closer look at some of the unique and diverse habitats of Nebraska. Today, we travel to the southeastern part of the state.You’ve probably been to... more››
Nebraska is home to many unique and diverse landscapes. The Nebraska Natural Legacy Project seeks to conserve the state’s plants, animals and natural habitats through voluntary... more››
Animal agriculture today doesn’t usually mix livestock. A barn is just for pigs or a pasture is for cattle-only. But some farmers are exploring grazing different animals on the... more››
A 20 percent increase in the number of requests for DNA testing at the Nebraska State Patrol Crime Lab has undercut hopes technicians could reduce the number of delays... more››
As the Nebraska Public Service Commission prepares for a hearing that could determine if the Keystone XL pipeline gets built, anti-pipeline demonstrators and law enforcement are... more››

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