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March 10, 2017
Funding for a prevention program targeting violent extremism will concentration on an unlikely place - central Nebraska. The funded program has... more››
March 9, 2017
A task force would recommend solutions to alcohol-related problems in Whiteclay; motorcycle helmets would not be required, a challenge to Sen. Ernie... more››
March 9, 2017
Rural voters overwhelmingly chose Donald Trump in the presidential election. But when it comes to the central campaign promise to get tough on trade... more››
March 8, 2017
Mandatory minimum sentences would be eliminated for people convicted of certain drug crimes, under a proposal advancing in the Nebraska Legislature.... more››
March 8, 2017
Combine quilting and painting, and you have an art form called barn quilts. You see these throughout Nebraska, and they’re the subject of a new NET... more››
March 7, 2017
Mandatory minimum sentences would be abolished for some crimes, under a bill being debated in the Nebraska Legislature. And it looks like chances... more››
March 7, 2017
While this is a diverse country, the people working in agriculture often don’t reflect the nation’s demographics. Changing that is becoming a... more››
March 6, 2017
In the Nebraska Legislature Monday, senators discussed prison spending with Corrections Director Scott Frakes in the aftermath of the latest violence... more››
March 6, 2017
It’s taken him five years, but Nebraska native and painter Todd Williams is finally ready for a vacation. He’s been working nonstop since 2011,... more››
March 3, 2017
Nebraska lawmakers reacted sharply Friday to news of two inmate deaths Thursday at the state prison in Tecumseh, while Corrections Director Scott... more››

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