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April 19, 2019
Flooding last month damaged lots of homes and businesses. High waters also reached Offutt Air Force Base near Bellevue, where cleanup and rebuilding... more››
April 18, 2019
A University of Nebraska-Lincoln researcher has been testing hybrid wheat lines throughout Nebraska to determine their agronomic worth. The focus is... more››
April 17, 2019
Sales and cigarette taxes would increase, and more items would be subject to taxes, in order to lower property taxes under a new plan introduced in... more››
April 17, 2019
A collection of photos that depicts the lives of African-Americans and immigrants in Lincoln in the early 20th century is on display until the end of... more››
April 16, 2019
The Nebraska Legislature voted Tuesday for a proposal aimed at fighting “spoofing” phone calls, despite criticism that it was “feel good” legislation... more››
April 16, 2019
Nebraskans are still recovering from record flooding last month, but the risk of flooding isn’t over. Conditions throughout the spring and summer... more››
April 15, 2019
The Legislature took a first step toward legalizing the growing and processing of hemp Monday, despite a few senators’ serious opposition. And a... more››
April 15, 2019
Meat and dairy are piling up across the U.S. It has cold storage places packed to the rafters, and the federal government, which subsidizes the... more››
April 12, 2019
One Nebraska family has spent their lives around the sport of bowling. This week, they'll play a part in the Huskers' hopes for a national... more››
April 11, 2019
 Gov. Pete Ricketts and key state senators challenged each other over property taxes, and a new report shows the difficulty of evaluating... more››

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