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April 5, 2017
Gov. Pete Ricketts is criticizing senators for cutting proposed funding for prisons. And the head of the Legislature’s Government Committee says... more››
April 4, 2017
A proposal aimed at making it easier for students who are pregnant or are new parents to stay in school is moving ahead in the Nebraska Legislature.... more››
April 4, 2017
A new tractor often costs hundreds of thousands of dollars. Not included in that price: the right to repair it. Farmers on the front lines of a... more››
April 3, 2017
The Nebraska Legislature overcame a filibuster and approved “Choose Life” license plates Monday. And a committee met to try and resolve differences... more››
April 3, 2017
Hybrid seed and nitrogen fertilizer transformed farming in the 20th century, but are also tied to major challenges in the ag industry. Now, members... more››
March 31, 2017
It would be easier for ex-felons to vote, but harder for teachers to get early retirement, under bills advanced by the Nebraska Legislature Friday.... more››
March 31, 2017
The North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, has been very good to many Midwest agriculture producers. That’s why many farmers and ranchers are... more››
March 31, 2017
Oregon photographer Jim Lommasson has spent the last several years working with Iraqi refugees in a collaborative storytelling project. Some of that... more››
March 30, 2017
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... more››
March 30, 2017
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... more››

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